Ladies and Gents,
I have a one in a lifetime business opportunity, but I need to raise some serious cash in order to take advantage of it. (The opportunity involves ownership of a small suppressor manufacturing company, along with its' several post-sample machineguns.)
So, in order to fund this endeavor, I'm selling the following:
One recently acquired, hardly used, Remington 870 Express Magnum, with wood stock/foreend, 28" vent rib bbl, and Rem choke. The shotgun will ship in its original box. I bought the shotgun recently at Academy Sports, for $219 plus tax and TN Background check fee, making the total about $250. I'd like to sell if for $200, shipped. I've also put sling swivels, a sling and a buttstock ammo cuff on the shotgun, all of which cost me around $25.
Obviously, unless the buyer happens to be an FFL, they will have to pay FFL fees on their end. (And if they are an FFL, why would they buy this shotgun, as $200 is above dealer cost?) Therefore, I am willing to negotiate on price. If you'll have your FFL write his transfer cost on the copy of the FFL that he sends me, I'll take half (1/2) of his fees off of my asking price. (Now, this sounds entirely fair to me. It saves you some money on transfer fees, while still encouarging you to find a dealer who'll do the transfer as cheaply as possible, because you will still save money.) All you have to do is find a cheap transfer price, and have the FFL mail me a copy of his license, with his fee written on the license. The FFL must be mailed directly from the dealer in order for me to split the fees.
For a local, FTF transfer in the Nashville, TN area, I'll take $20 off of the price.
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Thanks for looking,