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Local Gun Dealer recommendation

Postby JoeHPhil » Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:24 am

All - I need a local reference -

My father passed away a few weeks ago and I am trying to ship his guns here. According to the Montana dealer through whom I need to use as an intermediary I also need to find a Missouri dealer who can accept the shipment.

I went to Cabela's who wants to charge $50, which is a bit high compared to what I've heard of (plus I like dealing with small business where possible). so, any suggestions preferably closer to Creve Coeur/Maryland Heights?
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Re: Local Gun Dealer recommendation

Postby tlael » Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:31 am

JoeHPhil wrote:All - I need a local reference -

My father passed away a few weeks ago and I am trying to ship his guns here. According to the Montana dealer through whom I need to use as an intermediary I also need to find a Missouri dealer who can accept the shipment.

I went to Cabela's who wants to charge $50, which is a bit high compared to what I've heard of (plus I like dealing with small business where possible). so, any suggestions preferably closer to Creve Coeur/Maryland Heights?


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Postby SteveO » Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:34 am

Normal FFL dealers charge ~25.

I have some IL connections, but maybe someone will have something closer for your.
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Postby mbuckdc » Tue Feb 14, 2012 4:52 pm

I have had several guns shipped to a pawn shop in Arnold called Pawn King. They were very friendly and happy to do it. I would suggest calling around to a few pawn shops that have a FFL license. They may be more likely to help than your big outdoors shops. Can't remember what they charged me, but it wasn't bad.
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Postby Kerth » Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:49 pm

Pawn King is were I bought my S&W 357. Nice owner.
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