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04-20-2008, 19:29
thinking about making my first purchase on gunbroker.com and im wondering where some you guys go for the transfers?

doctor subie
04-21-2008, 04:13
look up Blackwell Enterprises, he's in Renton, and charges $20 for up to 3 guns (handguns, rifles, etc...)

04-21-2008, 20:23
I personally know of 2 guys who charge $20, the cheapest so far.

A. Todd Hildebrand 206-910-1853
B. Eric Berg of Blackwell Industries 425-442-8200

04-21-2008, 21:08
Next part of the question. I am not a US resident but AM indeed a US citizen and hold several carry permits stateside but live in Canada, where I also have a restricted weapons permit. Anyone know how one gets a handgun from gunbroker.com into my hands to cross the border with without either committing a felony or paying $300 in fees? I am tempted to learn how to do the paperwork to cross the border (the US paperwork - as far as Canada is concerned all I need to do is call them with the serial number, make and model and they will issue a registration). I can buy and import as a US citizen but am expected to return to the US with the gun in short order. I can bring the gun from Canada into the states but am expected to return the gun with me when I come back to Canada. I can carry concealed stateside but not in Canada... it has to go in the trunk unloaded. Jeez.

04-21-2008, 22:04
thanks for the inforamtio guys!

okay lets say i win my auction, and i want to pay with a money order, so i write the total amount for the firearm plus shipping. then i go to my ffl dealer and ask for a signed form or a faxed copy to seller, pay the ffl charge, mail money order. recieve gun. is that the whole process?

04-21-2008, 22:52
After you win the auction, pay for the firearm and notify gunbroker of your FFL here and his address. Notify your FFL to fax copy of license. FFL will notify you when gun arrives and you pay FFL when you pick your firearm after he does routine check for you. Then go to range and try it out................

04-22-2008, 22:40
American Pawn in Seattle = $20

04-22-2008, 23:03

$20? thanks, i live only 5 minutes from there at my place.

05-31-2008, 13:12
ahh damn, it too bad that american pawn is going out of business next week.

i gave eric from blackwell a call, he answered all my questions and right away faxed the info to the gb seller. very nice dude, great service.

06-02-2008, 14:28
Ive gone through Discount Guns (D.G.S) in tukwilla and they seemed nice and easy to deal with although I think I spent 35 instead of 20

06-12-2008, 01:23
look up Blackwell Enterprises, he's in Renton, and charges $20 for up to 3 guns (handguns, rifles, etc...)

Does that mean if you happen to have 3 guns there, he charges $20 for the one-time transfer? Or is it $20 each firearm?

06-12-2008, 01:26
$20 each

06-13-2008, 08:42
Oh, Ok. I was going to say that $20 for 3 guns would be the lowest fee I've ever seen.

06-17-2008, 00:39
eric from blackwell is a very nice guy, i recently did my transaction with him. he actual lives 4 houses away from my friend.