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Posted: 10/21/2004 4:02:03 PM EDT
I live in danville and want to buy a rifle from another board member in texas...do you guys know any FFL holders that will do the transfer? I talked to one guy and he quoted me $85 including the DROS fee. Is that too much? Thanks, mike.
Link Posted: 10/21/2004 5:30:51 PM EDT
Try JD Security, John Gaye. He is in San Jose. You may find him at on-line FFL dircetory.

He is good guy. He charge $35 per FFL usage plus DROS fee. It'a about $55-$60.
Link Posted: 10/21/2004 6:34:22 PM EDT
R&B enterprises
1000 Jaclyn Rd.
Milpitas Ca. 95035
408-946-5289
His name is Rob, and he charges 60.00 DROS is included in this price. Expensive, but you'll be hard pressed to find it cheaper.
I have used him for several out of state trans-actions, and no hiccups yet.
Link Posted: 10/22/2004 7:59:52 AM EDT

Originally Posted By colossians323:
R&B enterprises
1000 Jaclyn Rd.
Milpitas Ca. 95035
408-946-5289
His name is Rob, and he charges 60.00 DROS is included in this price. Expensive, but you'll be hard pressed to find it cheaper.
I have used him for several out of state trans-actions, and no hiccups yet.


Rob is the man! I've done business with him for several years, very easy transactions.
I've also been screwed over by JD Security, and I don't trust him at all!!!
Link Posted: 10/22/2004 12:48:44 PM EDT
Uhm... next time I will try Rob. His location is closer to me compared to JD Security.Thanks!
Link Posted: 10/24/2004 12:21:43 AM EDT
Irvington Arms
across the street from Tri City sporting goods in Fremont (Grimmer Blvd?)
BigMac is a member here and at calguns.net
And I think I remember him telling me that he does internet/out of state transfers for $50.00
Link Posted: 10/24/2004 1:12:32 AM EDT
i have to agree with irvington arms. the guys there, Martin and some other guy are the best in the bay. Their prices are the cheapest for guns in the bay area! and they are just good guys, my lady just did a FFL tran from texas for a kimber with them, no probs at all
Link Posted: 10/24/2004 7:27:25 AM EDT
I forgot about Irvington Arms.
Since the cranky old man sold the store, how are they doing?
Do they have any sort of stock on the shelves, or is the store still empty?
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 2:02:16 PM EDT
Cool! Irvington Arms is 5 minutes walk away from my home. I will visit them next time.
Link Posted: 10/25/2004 11:50:48 PM EDT

Originally Posted By colossians323:
I forgot about Irvington Arms.
Since the cranky old man sold the store, how are they doing?
Do they have any sort of stock on the shelves, or is the store still empty?



Better now. Plus Martin, et al, are good folks and occasional posters.
Link Posted: 10/27/2004 10:31:26 AM EDT
The "cranky old man" didn't sell the store. He died.
Link Posted: 10/30/2004 12:33:44 PM EDT

The "cranky old man" didn't sell the store. He died.


Didn't sell the store... bought the farm!
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