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We can handle all of your FFL transfers needs.
At just $40.50 total for each firearm ($10.50 CBI Background Check Fee/$10.00 FFL Transfer Fee/$20.00 Handling Fee), Our rates are some of the lowest in town!
We also offer private party transfers and handle all of the paperwork involved. The buyer will have to provide a valid state or government issued ID and fill out a background check form 4473. The seller simply needs to provide a State or Government issued ID. We are NOT currently processing Private Party Transfers at this time. Internet transfers must be started 1/2 Hour prior to close.
If you are having a firearm shipped to us, please make sure your seller has up to date contact info for you. We do NOT accept transfer from individuals any longer. All transfers must ship through a dealer.
If you are going to purchase a stripped lower receiver or frame, you must be: a Colorado resident with valid CO ID/DL or US Military with PCS orders to Colorado, and be over 21 years old.
Our FFL is on file with many popular dealers online. If your seller needs a copy of our FFL, it is linked at the top of the page. Just right-click and save-as and send it to them, direct them to our page to download it themselves, or contact us if they need it direct from us.
NFA/Title II/Class 3 Transfers are available upon request. Suppressor transfer fees start at $75. AOW/SBR/SBS and Machine Gun transfers start at $100. Please contact us with the item specifics for an exact price.
Abandoned Transfers will be charged storage fees of $10 per week after 30 days. Once the storage fees have exceeded 50% of the firearm's value we will sell the firearm, deduct our storage fees, and return the remainder to the buyer.
The CBI background check and transfer fees are non refundable and will not be refunded in the event that the customer fails to pass their background check or the transaction is cancelled by either the sending dealer or the receiving customer. We are not responsible for the condition of the transferred firearm. All shipping charges are
the sole responsibility of the customer.
If the CBI/FBI NICS denies the transfer, the buyer has several choices:
1.) We will hold the firearm while the buyer appeals the denial. If the buyer files the appeal in store at the time of the denial, no storage fees will accrue as we will not penalize buyers for the state or government's delays. If the buyer does not file the appeal in store at the time of denial we will charge a storage fee of $10 per week to store the firearm. Once the storage fees have exceeded 50% of the firearm's value we will sell the firearm, deduct our storage fees, and return the remainder to the buyer.
2.) Arrange with the seller for the return of the firearm and pay us for any return shipping fees incurred.
3.) Consign the firearm with us. For current rates see our Consignment page.