Reasonably Priced Transfers In Myrtle Beach Area

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      Question Reasonably Priced Transfers In Myrtle Beach Area

      Are there any reasonably priced dealers in the Myrtle Beach are left? I called Coastal Indoor shooting range and they wanted $100.00 to transfer.
      Dead Bang won't transfer S&W Colt or Walther. MB Indoor wants $50.00 + 18% of the sale + 7% tax. Almost all the dealers listed on auctionarms.com and gunbroker.com are out of business. Closest reasonable one is a 2 hour drive.

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      I'm about in the process of doing the same. $30 for the transfer + a nics check even though I have a cwp. BUT...thats over here in Anderson,SC.

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      Shotgun News has an FFL listing. http://listings.shotgunnews.com/fflguide/

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      I just did it yesterday. I have a rifle coming from Centerfire systems inc. to a local dealer. $35 total transfer fee.

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      Quote Originally Posted by drummin man 627 View Post
      Shotgun News has an FFL listing. http://listings.shotgunnews.com/fflguide/

      At least 3 of the listings are out of date by a year or two. One local pawn shop told me he'd do the transfer for $25 but he would charge a $75.00 nics fee even with cwp. And none will receive from an individual dealer only.

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      If that wasn't so lousy, I'd laugh. I've bought a gun from both Coastal and MB Indoor and had to have them sent to a NoVA FFL. It only cost me $35 each time. Didn't know they hit you so hard the other way around. If (as planned) I become a SC resident in a few years, I'll have to shop elsewhere.

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      Quote Originally Posted by falshman70 View Post
      If that wasn't so lousy, I'd laugh. I've bought a gun from both Coastal and MB Indoor and had to have them sent to a NoVA FFL. It only cost me $35 each time. Didn't know they hit you so hard the other way around. If (as planned) I become a SC resident in a few years, I'll have to shop elsewhere.
      Welcome to SC. (if all goes as planned) I live in the western part of the state and $35 is what I paid about 3-4 wks ago. It's a pretty gun friendly state.

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      A year or so ago there was a guy over on Rt. 707 - near where it hits 544. You might look up 707 guns in the yellow pages.

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      Finally found someone reasonable, and will receive from individuals.

      Myrtle Beach Police Supply Near 6th ave. N and Broadway

      $25. Inclusive.

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