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    Most common around here is $25 with a few places charging as much as $50-$75 (which usually indicates they don't want to screw with it).
    The guy I use charges $15 and it's a solid hour round trip.
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    $20 for me, cash only.

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    Same, $20 for me. Cash only.

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    I had a neighbor with his FFL so I used him at $10 per but a couple of years ago I shipped a nickel Colt SAA to him and when I went to pick it up he was sitting at his dining room table spinning the cylinder. Don't use him anymore...

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    The gun store I deal with the most (and the closest) charges me $30. Another which is a bit further away charges $25. Others I know of charge $50 and one charges $100 which doesn't get any business of mine.
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    In Washington state the local FFL charges $50.00, he charges me $30.00 due to the number I buy. The paper work here has increased 500 percent since the passage of 1639.

    Arizona, no charge at the local FFL.
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    The LGS I deal with charges $40 for the transfer to their books and then the transfer to the customer. The paperwork has to be stored for twenty years. A transfer takes the same time as selling a gun from their stock with much more profit. The Oregon State Police charges $10 for the background check. The LGS doesn't charge me for transfers or background checks because I am a good customer.
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    I charge $20/gun for cash. I add a small amount to take a card. I have been considering raising to $25. I also know at least one guy that charged a higher fee if he it required a background check as on slow days they only take about 10 minutes but on weekends and days where they might be a gun show somewhere in the state it can take a few hours of being on the phone.

    For now though I do $20. I am on the lower end of the spectrum here.

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    I have a pawn shop about 2 miles from my house that charges me $30. The lady who owns it is nice and them being so close is really convenient.

    However, just this year, I discovered a guy who has a small gun shop next to his house out in the middle of nowhere in the next county. He's just a part-timer while going to college after getting out of the army. He does his transfers for only $15, but the disadvantage is that he is 35 miles away and being a part-timer, his availability is based on his class schedule.

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    Ok, Oregon is kinda different. If you go to a dealer to make a transfer of a used gun even to a close friend then you pay a dealer fee of $20 and up plus a $10 background check. However if you are a private party making a sale at a gunshow then you can call in yourself and run a BC for $10. Honestly I wish we could avoid dealers all together in a private sale and call the state to do a check on those you don't know personally.


 
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