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  • JefroJefro
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    DM area.

    Thanks

    MyDogCarlMyDogCarl
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    CrossRoads Shooting Sports in Johnston. They make it very easy with an on-line form you can fill out.

    Avatarmaxx
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    Yup but they are expensive.

    If you go to Gunbroker you can do a search of all the FFL’s in the DM area. I have used a guy that does it out of his house by Hoover high. He is a good guy and he doesn’t charge that much.

    He also said he will work with you if you are doing multiple transfers.

    AvatarPaulB
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    Rhine arms in Ankeny is good. [email protected] should get you there.

    AvatarCRIA1576
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    Its a bit of a drive for you, but the lumber yard in Guthrie Center does FFL transfers for free.

    JefroJefro
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    Quote by: maxx

    Yup but they are expensive.

    If you go to Gunbroker you can do a search of all the FFL’s in the DM area. I have used a guy that does it out of his house by Hoover high. He is a good guy and he doesn’t charge that much.

    He also said he will work with you if you are doing multiple transfers.

    Thanks! I found a guy right down the street from me!

    Avatarwmgeorge64
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    Expensive you mean like $25 to assume all the liability associated with the transfer and keep BATF records? That seems to be the going rate and I pay it without a second thought.

    AvatarJPenny
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    Brownell’s in Grinnell charges $25.

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