NOT FOR SALE WHERE PROHIBITED
Modern firearms must be transferred through a licensed FFL dealer in your area. The bidder is required to supply a
signed copy of their local dealer's license before shipment. Antique firearms require the bidder to supply proof of
age in the form of a copy of their driver's license. Some areas require a FFL transfer for antique and black powder
firearms (New Jersey, NYC, etc.). It is the buyer's responsibility to find out if there are any special regulations
in their area before bidding.
PAYMENT OPTIONS: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, money orders, cashier's checks, personal and business checks
will be gladly accepted. Items paid with money orders or cashier's checks will ship the fastest. These items will ship
as soon as we have clearance from the bank. Items paid for with personal or business checks will ship as soon as we have clearance from the bank.
SHIPPING COST AND FFL HANDLING: Buyer pays $29.95 per item in auction listing. Fee includes insurance. Handguns are shipped using Registered Mail or Priority Mail
depending on the amount of insurance required. Long guns are shipped via UPS Ground.
U.S. sales only.
SAFETY NOTICE: The buyer is solely responsible for determining that a used
firearm is safe to shoot. The firearms offered have not been test fired. Whether purchased here or somewhere else we
urge every buyer to have any used firearm they purchase inspected by a qualified gunsmith before firing.
All firearms come with a 3-day (M-F) inspection/return privilage. The inspection period begins at the time of
delivery to your dealer or if antique, delivery to you. It is the buyer's responsibility to inspect the firearm within
this time frame. In case of a return, the buyer pays all shipping costs. This does not cover items damaged in shipment;
you must save the damaged shipping box and file a claim with the appropriate shipping company. All returned items must
be in the exact condition that they left us. Inspection does not include firing of the firearm, if the buyer does fire
the firearm at any time during the inspection period, the sale is considered final. Inspection consists of external
examination, functioning the action by hand to see if it operates, checking the bore and having the headspace checked by
a gunsmith. No further disassembly is permitted, including but not limited to turning any screws or removing any punch
Please ask questions or ask for more pictures before bidding if you are unsure of anything about this item.
Thank you for your interest and good
luck with your bidding.