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Question on gun tradeing????

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by 007, Oct 26, 2007.

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  1. 007

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    Ok, I have bought and sold guns on the internet without problems but never traded. Can someone with experience give a little advice on the proper way to do it so both parties can sleep at night until it is over.
     
  2. lumper

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    FFL dealer to FFL dealer ... and each pay there own shipping and transfer fee's.

    The only thing you need to then worry about is if he and you actually do send your part of the trade.
     
  3. cimmaronkid

    cimmaronkid TS Member

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    Trading guns is just like trading horses, dogs, or cars. You make the deal you can live with and if both parties are satisfied, then you can sleep at night. Just remember that sometimes you eat the bear and sometimes the bear eats you. Trick is not to be the "Blue Plate Special" on every deal. Pat
     
  4. WarEagle2017

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    If you are trading Handguns the above post by lumper is correct, or even if only one handgun is involved Lumper is still correct, but if you are trading Long Guns you do NOT have to have a dealer send it for you, but you must send the gun you are trading to his dealer and He has to send the gun He is trading to your dealer.
     
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