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  • Mini14tac

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    May 14, 2013
    2,045
    North County
    Just picked up another regulated transfer yesterday that I had processed through Blue Fins. As usual it was a great experience and hats off to the MDS discount. Jamie, Dave and Wayne, Thanks again!!!:thumbsup:
     

    Gorba

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    Aug 24, 2018
    282
    Annapolis
    Help me understand something. Why are so many people willing to fork over $40-$50 or more for a FFL transfer when you can pop into your nearest MSP barracks and accomplish the same thing for ten bucks? I, as a buyer, effected a transfer last week at the Annapolis barracks. The seller and I were treated very professionally by a MSP Sgt White and the deed was quickly done for ten bucks. What am I missing?
     

    Mini14tac

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    May 14, 2013
    2,045
    North County
    Mine was a new purchase and was shipped in from Kentucky Gun Co. They will only ship to an FFL. This was not a private sale.
     

    tjv4163

    Member
    Jun 27, 2012
    297
    21234 city side
    Help me understand something. Why are so many people willing to fork over $40-$50 or more for a FFL transfer when you can pop into your nearest MSP barracks and accomplish the same thing for ten bucks? I, as a buyer, effected a transfer last week at the Annapolis barracks. The seller and I were treated very professionally by a MSP Sgt White and the deed was quickly done for ten bucks. What am I missing?


    internet or over state line sales.
     

    eruby

    Confederate Jew
    MDS Supporter
    Help me understand something. Why are so many people willing to fork over $40-$50 or more for a FFL transfer when you can pop into your nearest MSP barracks and accomplish the same thing for ten bucks? I, as a buyer, effected a transfer last week at the Annapolis barracks. The seller and I were treated very professionally by a MSP Sgt White and the deed was quickly done for ten bucks. What am I missing?
    Maybe not near a barracks.

    Or maybe the seller doesn't want to register for an MSP ID# and pin#
     

    Bob A

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    Nov 11, 2009
    23,397
    Or maybe the seller doesn't want to register for an MSP ID# and pin#

    I think any transfer within the state of a regulated firearm now requires registering for the ID and pin #.
     

    johnhmpg

    Member
    Mar 14, 2011
    335
    Can I not bring a regulated firearm to an FFL, and transfer it to someone who has an ID, pin#, and HQL (if needed) without having an ID and pin # myself?

    That is what I was getting at.

    The buyer starts the process and has the pin. The seller only has to give pertinent information at the barracks or FFL. No pin, no registration.
     

    Bob A

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    Patriot Picket
    Nov 11, 2009
    23,397
    What he said. ^^^

    Sorry to misunderstand your question.
     

    Mini14tac

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    May 14, 2013
    2,045
    North County
    Had another great experience with a transfer at Blue Fins. Thanks again to Jamie, Dave and Wayne for a great experience as usual!!!
     

    Biggfoot44

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    Aug 2, 2009
    25,844
    With MSP barracks transfer the buyer and seller have to meet in person twice . If they live a significant distance apart, or if at least one of them has a crazy schedule , it can be hassle and/ or cumulative travel expenses . Using FFL, the seller can drop it off @ FFL at his convience , and buy can do his two appearances whenever the FFL is open .
     

    Mini14tac

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    May 14, 2013
    2,045
    North County
    With MSP barracks transfer the buyer and seller have to meet in person twice . If they live a significant distance apart, or if at least one of them has a crazy schedule , it can be hassle and/ or cumulative travel expenses . Using FFL, the seller can drop it off @ FFL at his convience , and buy can do his two appearances whenever the FFL is open .

    Yeah, that works either way but the stuff I had transferred was purchased new online and had to be shipped to an FFL.
     

    ted76

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    Jan 20, 2013
    2,944
    Frederick
    I have not done a transfer thru them, but I did a hand gun purchase from them them and had a smooth easy, transaction.

    :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     

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