Item: Mark III Hunter Laminated Target Grips
Caliber: 22 Long Rifle
Up for auction is a beautiful Ruger Mark III Hunter model. Brand new in the box, ready to ship. Buy it now!! A Tradition of Excellence, Like No Other. Ruger® Mark III™ pistols represent the evolution of Ruger 22 LR pistols, continuing the legacy created by the Ruger Standard, Mark I and Mark II pistols and yet incorporating many new engineering refinements. They are simple, rugged, and affordable, making them a great value for any sporting purpose - whether target shooting, plinking or small game hunting.
Whidbey Arms will NOT ship this item to California or New York and MUST ship to your FFL for delivery. Background Check and Federal 4473 WILL be required at pickup.
- Caliber - 22LR
- Model No. - 10160 Mark III Hunter with Laminated Target Grips
- Barrel Length - 6 7/8" with a 1:10 RH Twist
- Overall Length - 11.12"
- Includes Fiber Optic Front Sight
- Rear Sights - Adjustable
- Features - Stainless Steel with a Satin Finsh
- Capacity - 10+1 (Local & State Restrictions MAY Apply)
- Weight Unloaded - 41oz With Magazine
- Condition NEW
ASG Global, Inc. dba Whidbey Arms
11042 SR 525 Suite 128, Clinton, WA 98236
Toll Free (855) 230-1911
Direct (360) 770-9079
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We accept all major credit cards (WITHOUT A SURCHARGE), USPS Postal money orders, cashiers checks, and wire transfers optional on purchases over $1000.00 (a $10 Wire Transfer fee will apply). Wire transfers will require that we email you our bank information and the transaction ID for the transfer.
We do NOT accept personal checks nor can we accept PayPal on gun transactions. There is NO surcharge fee for credit cards as we believe it is a cost of doing business and should not be transferred to the customer.
Fixed shipping fees to the United States lower 48 states, Please contact us of you wish us to ship it elsewhere before bidding for a shipping quote.
- All Long-guns ship insured UPS Ground at a flat rate of $25.00.
- All Handguns ship USPS priority insured mail for a flat rate of $25 dollars.
In either case an ADULT SIGNATURE will be required at the location of the FFL Dealer where you wish to take delivery of your new purchase.
Please Check Your Local and State Laws Before Bidding. It is YOUR responsibility to know what YOU can and cannot own. Remember your bid is a contract, not something that can be retracted or taken back. Please know what you are doing before you place a bid, as your bid cannot be cancelled.
We have some BLANKET RESTRICTIONS on sales:
- No Firearms will be shipped to the state of California. We refuse to do business with the California Department of Justice and establish a Nexus for State Sales or Income Tax.
- No Firearm with a capacity of over 7 rounds (with a removable magazine) or high capacity magazine will be shipped to the State of New York. This is a new 'nanny state' law implemented by the People's Republic of New York and until challenged and overturned in the courts, we have no choice but to comply.
- Other states may also prohibit you from owning a firearm or item that is legal in Washington. BE AWARE BEFORE YOU BID. If you win the bid and cannot take legal delivery of your purchase in your state or if you are DENIED by the FBI/NICS you will be charged a 25% restocking fee plus the cost of shipping.
We ask that you or your local gun shop dealer send us a copy of your dealer's signed FFL by fax to 1-855-282-7552 or by email to email@example.com.
Please include the GunBroker transaction number in the email or on the fax. We will verify all information through Federal FFL eZCheck System for a current FFL status.
We will gladly accept all Curio and Relic (C&R) FFL licenses as long as the gun in question is ATF classified as a Curio & Relic. Please do not ask to use a Curio and Relic on a 'non classified' firearm, we will not break the law and we will NOT accept them for shipment.
All shipping costs of non-firearm items will be listed in item description. We Do NOT export firearms, firearm components, magazines or parts. Don't even ask.
Please don't go to the large chain stores for your FFL Transfer, as it is our hope that we can push sales for ammunition, bags, cases, accessories and other items to local mom and pop gun shops struggling to compete with the large discount houses/outfitters.
Buy LOCAL and get to know your gunsmith and dealer. Most large gun chains and mega stores will not process an 'FFL to FFL Transfer' as the paperwork required is not what their minimum wage employees are trained to deal with.
Win the gun at auction with us on GunBroker and have it shipped to your local dealer, but remember to shop local for your accessories, holsters, conceal carry purses, cleaning, supplies, training and ammunition (if it is available). Developing a good working relationship with your local mom-and-pop gun shop is most often an enjoyable experience and can build great friendships.
Sometimes you will get a 'DELAY' response from NICS. It happens quite often. This often simply means they need more time to process your transaction because of varying factors including someone with a similar name, birthdate, demographics and/or because of issues in your past or present which may not prevent you from owning a firearm, but will delay the process.
The dealer will tell you the day after a delay response on which a firearm may at the dealers discretion be lawfully transferred under federal law if a final determination has not been received from the NICS. This is usually THREE INTERVENING STATE BUSINESS DAYS (assuming there are no intervening Federal, State holidays or closures).
If the FFL has not received a final determination from the NICS after three 'intervening' business days have elapsed since the delay response, it is within the FFL's discretion whether or not to transfer the firearm (if state law permits the transfer).
If the FFL transfers the firearm, the FFL must check 'no resolution was provided within three business days' on line 21d of the ATF Form 4473.
We will never take shortcuts, will obey all Federal and Washington law (RCW 9.41) on firearms transfers and will always provide you with proper tracking and updates.
Buying A Gun Online: Buying a gun online is easy, safe and a great way to get that must-have & hard-to-find part of your collection.
FFL dealers (gun dealers) are bound by Federal laws such as NFA, NGC (18 U.S.C.), Brady Act, RCW 9.41 (Washington) and other State and even shipper requirements when transporting and selling firearms to a remote buyer.
Here is an overview of how the process works:
- You bid on the auction you want - and win the auction. Great - you now own the firearm. Now we need to get it in your hands as the owner.
- We (ASG Global, Inc. dba Whidbey Arms) finalize the auction(s) you won and collect payment for the firearm or component and the cost of shipping/insurance/delivery confirmation as stated above or in the auction.
If the item is an upper, magazine or other 'non serialized part' we will ship directly to you at your home address. If the item has a serial number or is classified by the ATF as a firearm or receiver we MUST ship to a registered FFL for delivery.
- Next we ask that YOU call your local FFL dealer and ask them to do an INCOMING FFL Transfer. Most gun shops charge between $30-50 for this service depending upon the type of firearm and the paperwork required. As an example Whidbey Arms incoming FFL Transfer fee for our local customers is $29.95 for us to receive and process up to FIVE guns per transaction (plus a $10.00 Multiple Pistol Form Fee) and we DO collect Washington State Sales Tax per the WA DOR Regulations.
We believe the money,time and effort is well worth it to make sure that the paperwork is done properly and the transaction is completed pursuant to State and Federal laws.
- Your local gun shop will then fax or email us a signed copy of their FFL, and we will include a copy of OUR signed FFL in the box with your firearm or part and a receipt with your contact information for the dealer.
- We will at this time ship your firearm or component and send you a tracking number by email so you may track your firearm as it goes on its journey to your local gun shop.
- Upon receipt, your local gun shop will receive and in-take your firearm into their inventory for delivery to you. You have paid for the firearm, but in some states (such as Washington), you will be required to pay the SALES TAX to the local FFL dealer on either the retail value of the item or the price you paid at auction.
NOTE: Your local gun shop has 24-36 hours from receipt to enter YOUR FIREARM into their 'bound book' and will give you a call. 18 U.S.C. and the Brady Act require that the RECEIVING FFL enter it in their 'bound book' (their inventory) by the end of their next business day.
Some shops are not open on Sunday or Sunday/Monday so don't count these days and as always, please be courteous. We know how much fun it is waiting for a new toy to show up, but please do not call you dealer immediately as the USPS or UPS truck leaves the package. Let them inspect the firearm and get it on their books. It is a process, and a well documented one, which they MUST and WILL follow.
- Most likely at this point your local gun shop will call you to let you know that they have received your firearm. You may then go to your local gun shop and complete the 4473 (Federal Paperwork) and State mandated Pistol/Rifle transfer paperwork and depending upon the laws of your state and the result of the NICS check with the FBI, you MAY be able to leave with the gun that day. Some states have mandatory waiting periods, or waiting periods without a Concealed Pistol License (CPL) so be aware and talk with your local gun shop about this process. Everyone is just trying to follow the laws and be sure that the transaction happens in a safe and courteous manner.
- Take your new firearm to the range and practice, practice, practice. Remember the rules of firearm safety and have fun acquainting yourself with your new firearm.