Does any one know if gun broker or guns America charge extra for tax than price that is quoted.
I appreciate your opinion, but I've bought 15-20 guns on Gunbroker without being disappointed.Im highly skeptical and only buy when I can hold the gun in my hands.
True, and of the few purchases Ive made, its been just fine. I wouldnt dismiss a good deal if it came up on Gunbroker, I just really prefer to be able to hold it and determine if I want to pay for it from that.I appreciate your opinion, but I've bought 15-20 guns on Gunbroker without being disappointed.
Gunbroker's buyer/seller rating system allows everyone to see the record of people involved in a transaction. I've always been careful to buy from folks who have sold enough guns on Gunbroker to have a well established A+ rating. I also speak on the phone with sellers I'm thinking about buying from, and I require a 'satisfaction guaranteed' arrangement. The only gun I rejected was returned to the seller with a full return of my money, including FFL fee and shipping both ways; the gun had rust the seller wasn't aware of.
Gunbroker's success depends on maintaining a high reputation for buyer and seller integrity. After My due diligence process of telephoning the seller, I'm perfectly comfortable buying this way.
I have some beautiful Marlins that I never would have found locally. While the amount I paid might have been higher with shipping and the FFL fee, I have no regrets.