Great link, it should be stuck to the beginning of this thread.It seems as though there is a whole lot of Mis information about selling/shipping to California.......
Direct from the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General Website:
Frequently Asked Questions | State of California - Department of Justice - Kamala D. Harris Attorney General
Hope this helps!
Slow down there, brother. Sorry that you've been jumping through hoops. It sounds like you're frustrated. That sucks.And, I'm curious as to what your response to the MANY Ca FFLs that require sellers to go through extra gyrations and costs then??
I am also a veteran and LOVE my brothers, but have a problem with buyers' FFLs that make me jump thru hoops. Maybe, being from Ca, where u simply "receive" that makes no difference to you?? :vollkommenauf:
The commie elitists aren't the ones buying guns. I figure every gun shipped into the state pisses those people off and helps the good folks still there, so it's win win.California is like a foreign country to me and a lot of others. Let them sit in there little socialistic Ameritopia out there. Eat there granola and tree bark and drive around in there little toyota prius looking down on the rest of AMERICA. I would never ship to that commie state either.
As a relative new member, I am happy to help.
I am an FFL licensee and owner of a gun store and range in Fresno, Ca. The Range Pistol Club - Fresno's Premier Indoor Firearm Range
We receive firearms from out of state people all the time.
PM me and let me know how I can help.
Actually all sales are subject to sales tax. The difference is that when a gun comes from a dealer, the dealer will include the price paid. When it come from a private seller the details of the transaction, including the price paid, are private. The CA FFL will ask you how much you paid. What you tell them is entirely up to you....:flute:Yeah it's a new thing here, the State BOE (board of equalization) notified dealers they had to collect tax from out of state dealers sales. And you are correct a private sale is not one of the types in which sales tax is required! Good catch on that one.
What Are The Fees To Obtain CADOJ Authorization To Transfer A Firearm? There are no Firearms Shipment Approval fees, nor are there any fees for a transferring FFL to enroll in the CFLC program.