transfer fees in Philly area- who's cheap and reliable?

Discussion in 'Pennsylvania Glockers Club' started by tat2guy, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. tat2guy

    tat2guy NRA Life Member Silver Member

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    Apr 5, 2004
    The Smoky Mountains of NC
    I've only ever had one gun shipped to an FFL, and it went to SPA&G. Their fee structure is weird- it's $15 for members UNLESS the gun is coming from out of state, then it's $40 (I believe it's $25 and $50 for non-members).

    It seems to me that I could do better than $40 somewhere else. Any recomendations?

  2. MOHAA Player

    MOHAA Player Guest

    If you are comfortable with SPAG as I am then it's worth the extra 10 or 15 bucks for that piece of mind that your dealing with someone you have done transfers with before.Jimmy(owner)is a nice guy to deal with,and his staff are very friendly.

  3. jthuang

    jthuang Guest

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    Jan 17, 2000
    Any of these look good?

    I personally have not used any of the above but I'd be interested to see if anyone has. I don't know of any established gunshops that will receive guns (say from CDNN) for you because they would make more $ by just selling the gun to you directly. Normally I don't have an issue with that, but ordering direct can save you from the sales tax and sometimes that can be a boatload of money on a $1k+ gun.

    ETA: I have heard good things about Dave Donley and John @ Seneca Arms. I'd like to give them a whirl but I don't have a car and Quakertown is a bit of a hike.