If you are looking to get a FFL, please see:

How to get a FFL (without paying for the forms)


My items for sale on GunBroker.com



Firearms for sale:

Nothing Currently


Items for sale:

The following firearms are being offered for sale due to the passing of a long time friend. I need to take time to determine the value of the firearms, but feel free to make an offer.

Savage 59RXL Series E shotgun, 12ga.
Terni bolt action rifle, caliber 3.5 (hard to read)
Crossman CO2 pellet gun, revolver
"Blue Streak" 5m/m cal pellet gun, bolt action rifle


Name: KS
Location: Simi Valley, CA
Phone: 805-285-FFL2
Email: webffl4@net-ffl.com Note: the email address used will change without notice due to spammers
Note: the email address used will change without notice due to spammers
WWW: http://www.net-ffl.com/


PROCESS

Below is a brief summary of the transfer process, just so you get an idea of what has to be done. Sometimes things are a bit different, so feel free to ask if you have a different situation.

Any handgun must be on the CA DOJ certified list, with the exception of some firearms such as certain single action revolvers and private party transfers. Semi-auto longguns must be legal for CA and not considered a so-called "assualt weapon". See the CA DOJ web page for more specifics.

Note: Due to issues with sales tax, I will not transfer any firearms from "penny auction" sites. The CA BOE says that sales tax is due based on the total the company receives for the auction (cost of all bids + the sale price + shipping), which is impossible to accurately calculate since the companies will not say how much money they received. This means that the only option is to use the highest cost for a bid.

This assumes you know where you want to get the firearm from:

  • You need to arrange for payment of the firearm to the seller, this can be done concurrently with the sending of my FFL
  • Please email me the information on the Transfer Request Form .
  • I will mail (USPS, I don't fax my FFL) my FFL, which will take a couple of days, or email my FFL (now acceptable).
  • Once my FFL arrives, the shipper will be able to ship the firearm, it is nice if the shipper provides a tracking number
  • When the firearm arrives, I will let you know so that you can arrange a time to start the paperwork
  • In order to start the paperwork, you will need to have the required documenation:
  • Waiting period of 10 days (240 hours from time DROS is submitted).
  • After waiting period or near to the end of the waiting period, you need to arrange a time to pickup the firearm and complete the paperwork.
    Please realize that I am providing this service as a service to the community since 1993 and it is not a full-time profession. This means that I am not always available and sometimes my schedule will demand a change in when you can start the paperwork and/or pick up the firearm. I also have a customer agreement (please click on and read) which needs to be signed, for my protection and to ensure a clear understanding of the fees. If this is not acceptable then I would strongly suggest that you use the services of another FFL.

    Prices Effective as of 01-Jan-2013 (subject to change):