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Posted: 8/13/2017 4:58:00 PM EST
No more sales tax for online gun transfers. Fuck yeah.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 5:07:34 PM EST
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 7:02:43 PM EST
https://tax.nv.gov

Look for the PDF titled "Technical Bulletin: Private Party Transfers of Firearms"

New Frontier Armory posted about it on their Facebook too.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 7:04:25 PM EST
[Last Edit: 8/13/2017 7:04:47 PM EST by 45ProCarry]
I picked up a new VP9 Tactical today and the salesman told me about it when checking out.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 7:29:00 PM EST
Nothing new, since this is about private party. Just like any other private party item you buy.

Still paying for dealer transfers coming in.
Link Posted: 8/14/2017 3:02:30 PM EST
It says that tax is only to be collected if the FFL brokers the deal or charges a commission:

In no event does the FFL have an obligation to collect sales tax unless, in addition to having performed
the background check, the FFL has simultaneously brokered the sale by negotiating terms on behalf of
the seller and/or charging a commission against the proceeds of the sale.
1. The FFL does not make a retail sale simply by conducting the background check


To me, this applies to online sales where the FFL receives the item and does the 'transfer'.
Link Posted: 8/21/2017 12:55:09 PM EST
Sooooo, may I assume that we still have to pay the extra sales tax on inbound NFA items? ...i.e. Cans bought through Silencer Shop, for example?
Link Posted: 8/21/2017 11:34:28 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ManNamedJed:
It says that tax is only to be collected if the FFL brokers the deal or charges a commission:

In no event does the FFL have an obligation to collect sales tax unless, in addition to having performed
the background check, the FFL has simultaneously brokered the sale by negotiating terms on behalf of
the seller and/or charging a commission against the proceeds of the sale.
1. The FFL does not make a retail sale simply by conducting the background check


To me, this applies to online sales where the FFL receives the item and does the 'transfer'.
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This is talking about a face to face. The items shipped in are completely different. The letter was for the mandatory background checks on private in state transfers.
Link Posted: 8/26/2017 4:15:57 PM EST
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Originally Posted By UV18:
This is talking about a face to face. The items shipped in are completely different. The letter was for the mandatory background checks on private in state transfers.
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Originally Posted By UV18:
Originally Posted By ManNamedJed:
It says that tax is only to be collected if the FFL brokers the deal or charges a commission:

In no event does the FFL have an obligation to collect sales tax unless, in addition to having performed
the background check, the FFL has simultaneously brokered the sale by negotiating terms on behalf of
the seller and/or charging a commission against the proceeds of the sale.
1. The FFL does not make a retail sale simply by conducting the background check


To me, this applies to online sales where the FFL receives the item and does the 'transfer'.
This is talking about a face to face. The items shipped in are completely different. The letter was for the mandatory background checks on private in state transfers.
Yeah the lady I talked to in the sales tax office made it clear that transfers were taxable. I would have done anything to get out of paying the tax on my STI.
Link Posted: 8/28/2017 6:52:25 PM EST
Wait sooo do we pay tax or not if I buy a pistol/rifle from out of state and my FFL is simply "doing to the transfer"?
Link Posted: 8/28/2017 7:32:07 PM EST
Still do as far as I know.
Link Posted: 8/30/2017 11:21:21 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Torchy:
Wait sooo do we pay tax or not if I buy a pistol/rifle from out of state and my FFL is simply "doing to the transfer"?
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I talked to a dude at New Frontier Armory last week about transferring something I bought at Atlantic Firearms and had shipped to them, and he said "no tax".
Link Posted: 8/30/2017 2:00:49 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MudEagle:
I talked to a dude at New Frontier Armory last week about transferring something I bought at Atlantic Firearms and had shipped to them, and he said "no tax".
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Originally Posted By MudEagle:
Originally Posted By Torchy:
Wait sooo do we pay tax or not if I buy a pistol/rifle from out of state and my FFL is simply "doing to the transfer"?
I talked to a dude at New Frontier Armory last week about transferring something I bought at Atlantic Firearms and had shipped to them, and he said "no tax".
Weird
Link Posted: 8/30/2017 5:45:33 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ALASKANFIRE:
Weird
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Originally Posted By ALASKANFIRE:
Originally Posted By MudEagle:
Originally Posted By Torchy:
Wait sooo do we pay tax or not if I buy a pistol/rifle from out of state and my FFL is simply "doing to the transfer"?
I talked to a dude at New Frontier Armory last week about transferring something I bought at Atlantic Firearms and had shipped to them, and he said "no tax".
Weird
Yeah! I got a half-dozen cans in jail at New Frontier with stamps for 2 of 'em due any day now... So, if they don't want tax to pick 'em up, I sure as hell ain't going to be complaining!
Link Posted: 8/30/2017 9:18:11 PM EST
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Originally Posted By klaxxon:
Yeah! I got a half-dozen cans in jail at New Frontier with stamps for 2 of 'em due any day now... So, if they don't want tax to pick 'em up, I sure as hell ain't going to be complaining!
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Originally Posted By klaxxon:
Originally Posted By ALASKANFIRE:
Originally Posted By MudEagle:
Originally Posted By Torchy:
Wait sooo do we pay tax or not if I buy a pistol/rifle from out of state and my FFL is simply "doing to the transfer"?
I talked to a dude at New Frontier Armory last week about transferring something I bought at Atlantic Firearms and had shipped to them, and he said "no tax".
Weird
Yeah! I got a half-dozen cans in jail at New Frontier with stamps for 2 of 'em due any day now... So, if they don't want tax to pick 'em up, I sure as hell ain't going to be complaining!
I have been using silencer shop direct because of how it has the price all built in. Seems to be enough of a difference to beat out most prices.

It really put a damper on my online purchases.
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