Please refer to my earlyer post
Thanks to all who helped out in the search.
I have great news!!!!!
Just found a FFL in the bay area.
Great guy. he's retired, works out of his home and charges 30 bucks for the transfer.
If your interested here's his info.
1901 Lopez dr
He also has an inventory of guns at a resonable price. Thinking of buying from him to support his buisness. I can't let a great guy like this go out of buisness.
Another Bay Area FFL on mid-Peninsula (San Mateo) is Mike Krause of Krausewerk... see website: [url]http://www.krausewerk.com[/url]
You may have seen him on "Tales of the Gun" (Luger expert). Mike's major focus is militaria & collectibles but he does do FFL transfers.
Last time I checked it was 10% of Shotgun News price, $50 minimum, excluding any taxes, DROS fees, etc. This isn't a bad deal - he's got a biz to support, high Bay Area costs, etc. You do the work lining up the deal (i.e., payment, etc.)
But do contact Krausewerk to square the deal ahead of time to assure his services are available...
83-B 21st Ave
San Mateo, CA 94403
San Mateo, CA
My brother in law just did a deal with Lefty for a Springfield 1911...he was very satisfied.
This is great!!
We should have a good guy list of FFL, not only in the SF area but all over the country.
I would greatly appreciate the compilation of this information. A ready made list of "friendly" federal firearms license holders would prove most helpful.
A nationwide list of friendly FFL's is a great idea - especially for our brothers caught "behind the lines" in the commie states.