The HuntingPA.com Outdoor Community banner
  • Hey Guest, it looks like you haven't made your first post yet. Until you make an introduction thread, the rest of the site is locked to posting. Why not take a few minutes to say hi!
1 - 12 of 12 Posts

Registered
Joined
2,437 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I noticed on Gunbroker that they require you to provide a FFL person in order to ship an inline ML. Is that their policy or a law here. Never bought a gun like this, but then all my transactions have been FTF, some even at flea markets.
 

Registered
Joined
4,149 Posts
Technically, it depends if it is inside Pa, or from out of state.

If it is within the state, they can ship it to you with no transfer needed.

If it is crossing state lines, it needs to go through and FFL transfer, which most shops will do for a reasonable fee....

oops......didn't see you said muzzleloader, the above is good for long guns IE: rifles, and shotguns...

Muzzleloaders can be sent anywhere no FFL needed....
 

Registered
Joined
6,283 Posts
Muzzies and pre-1900 (not sure of exact cutoff date)long guns are exempt from ffl transfers. Muzzie pistols are too.Handguns of any age that shoot cartridges are not exempt. Could be Gunbroker policy
 

Registered
Joined
3,475 Posts
Pre 1898 guns of all types and modern blackpowder muzzleloaders ( NON Cartridge ) can be shipped by anyone to anyone. Gunbroker post its rules for liability purposes, which it should. In reality, after the sale, the transaction can be handles in several different ways.
 
1 - 12 of 12 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top