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  • swatbwana
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    Originally posted by squad51
    yehh gawds check with DPMS they have great rifles and they have a LEO model like 899......
    I would not pay 600.00 for a DPMS.
    Save yourself Headaches and Buy a Colt or LMT.
    I see DPMS rifles regularly go Tango Uniform in My carbine classes. Followed by Bushmaster they have serious issues with Carrier Keys not Staked to specifications.

    CMMG also makes a darn fine rifle. gO TO WWW.AR15.COM AND CHECK THE RIFLES FOR SALE PAGE .

    DPMS may make a good rifle or two but I have seen spotty QC out of them and would not buy for duty use.

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  • 6233108
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    Originally posted by AtlCop
    FFL Transfer Fee? Geez.. I'm glad I live in Georgia... Here, if you go to a gun shop with a permit.. No background check and no fees. No permit and you have a $5 instant background fee.

    What and how much is an FFL Transfer fee???

    Buy something and have it shipped to you from say West Virginia or Ohio or any other state that you are not a resident of and FFL transfer is FEDERAL LAW, unless you do it on Dept. letterhead which waives the NICS check.

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  • badger
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    Originally posted by AtlCop
    FFL Transfer Fee? Geez.. I'm glad I live in Georgia... Here, if you go to a gun shop with a permit.. No background check and no fees. No permit and you have a $5 instant background fee.

    What and how much is an FFL Transfer fee???
    FFL transfers are when your purchase has to get shipped from the seller. The dealer you buy from, ie on the internet, will ship it to a dealer near you. Your local dealer then charges a nominal fee to do the paperwork to show that the firearm/s were transfered to you. These vary from $20-$50. If you see something in your local dealer's shop and buy it from him, the transfer fee is already included in the price and is why you don't see it as a seperate charge. The instant background check fee is unrelated.

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  • Nightshifter
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    That guy,

    I sent you a pm.

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  • wolverine652001
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    Originally posted by AtlCop
    FFL Transfer Fee? Geez.. I'm glad I live in Georgia... Here, if you go to a gun shop with a permit.. No background check and no fees. No permit and you have a $5 instant background fee.

    What and how much is an FFL Transfer fee???

    Ditto here on the CCW, you can get an civilian assault weapon or a pistol the same day. without, there is a 10 day waiting period at 20.00 I think.

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  • AtlCop
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    Originally posted by TradArcher
    "As long as the gun is semi-auto, you should not need a letter period. Remember, for those of us not in socialist/communist states... The Assault Weapon Ban has expired.... Therefore, letterhead is not required... It even says that on B&H's website."

    Fully aware about the assault ban expiration. If I order a firearm for duty use, no way am I going to pay an FFL tranfer fee. By ordering it on a individual officer purchase department letterhead they can ship it straight to my agency and no background check or other fees are involved.

    "Thanks for the link." No problem.
    FFL Transfer Fee? Geez.. I'm glad I live in Georgia... Here, if you go to a gun shop with a permit.. No background check and no fees. No permit and you have a $5 instant background fee.

    What and how much is an FFL Transfer fee???

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  • squad51
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    yehh gawds check with DPMS they have great rifles and they have a LEO model like 899......

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  • TradArcher
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    "As long as the gun is semi-auto, you should not need a letter period. Remember, for those of us not in socialist/communist states... The Assault Weapon Ban has expired.... Therefore, letterhead is not required... It even says that on B&H's website."

    Fully aware about the assault ban expiration. If I order a firearm for duty use, no way am I going to pay an FFL tranfer fee. By ordering it on a individual officer purchase department letterhead they can ship it straight to my agency and no background check or other fees are involved.

    "Thanks for the link." No problem.
    Last edited by TradArcher; 03-22-2005, 04:11 AM.

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  • That Guy
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    Originally posted by TradArcher
    As long as it is semi-auto only you should have no problem buying leo guns on a department letterhead. Some places on line have prices below $1000 for colts such as www.bhgunrack.com.

    My pd also have DPMS. For non-colt, I would go with bushmaster or rock river arms, probably bushmaster.

    I checked them out and found that the prices are a LOT better than what I've seen. They said that they had the Bushies in stock and I hope they have the Colts. Thanks for the link.

    TGY

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  • AtlCop
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    As long as the gun is semi-auto, you should not need a letter period. Remember, for those of us not in socialist/communist states... The Assault Weapon Ban has expired.... Therefore, letterhead is not required... It even says that on B&H's website.

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  • TradArcher
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    As long as it is semi-auto only you should have no problem buying leo guns on a department letterhead. Some places on line have prices below $1000 for colts such as www.bhgunrack.com.

    My pd also have DPMS. For non-colt, I would go with bushmaster or rock river arms, probably bushmaster.
    Last edited by TradArcher; 03-21-2005, 01:43 PM.

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  • That Guy
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    Originally posted by mjcek
    What is an average asking price for a Colt M4 LEO model???

    Well in town the only dealer that had them was asking $1200 and offered NO LE discount. With the on-line auctions I have found no less than $1300. I am not pushing SAWLESALES (on-line) but so far they have the lowest price for LE which a little over $1000.
    What seems to be a trend is that many shops for ALL ARs, local and on-lin,e run out just as fast as they get them.

    TGY

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  • mjcek
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    What is an average asking price for a Colt M4 LEO model???

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  • keith758
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    We've got some DPMS M4s from Streicher's that are great. They cost less than the Colts, and the quality is the same, if not better.

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  • That Guy
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    Originally posted by wolverine652001
    LOL, You left that Minor Details out of your Original start thread. Streicher's have a good deal on those. But to get one, you have to call them.
    I noticed that. I've heard different opinions on whihc is the best brand. Most say go with Colt but they rose thier prices and I don't want to spend over a $1000 since all the bells with surpass that. I've benn looking at Rock River and Bushmaster but the cheapest I found in town is $1100.

    TGY

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