FFL Transfer prices in the San Antonio Area?

TravRich

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Jun 21, 2011
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Still new to the area and have found a few guns online I would like to purchase, any FFL transfers under 50$ around?
 

Southpaw

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Mar 30, 2009
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$25 is the going rate for the one's I use on the Northside, not sure if you are looking at traveling that far into town from Boerne, though but I figured I would chime in anyway.
 

Patrón

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Feb 28, 2008
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There is a guy in Boerne that does it for $25, if I'm not mistaken. Nice guy, bought a pistol from him in December. Ricky Recon is the name of his company.
 

00-Guy

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Jul 27, 2011
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San Antonio
Try Gunwurkz. Larry is the owner's name. Last time I checked he was still charging $25. He is located in Fair Oaks Ranch. (NW Bexar County)
 

shortround

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I've seen a low of $15.00 for NRA members and a high of $50.00 at the Gun Shows.

Some FFLs cut active duty military a deal at $20 - 25.

In other words, it's all over the place.

It is still cheaper than Obamacare at $50.00 a pop per transfer.
 

T-FAST

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Mar 9, 2011
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San Antonio, TX
Larry at gunwukz is a great guy and the prices and selection of his sigs is really good as well. I did a transfer with him a couple months ago. One note, he runs this business from his house and you need to call him before showing up.
 

Southpaw

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Mark Chernushin does them for $15 each. He's a bit of a drive, though, being on 1604 south. Well worth it if you are doing multiple transfers.

Chernushin Enterprises - Texas - FFL gun dealers directory

Speaking of multiple transfers, I believe Hill Country Black Rifle will transfer as many guns as you can fit on the 4473 for what they charge for one ($25). I would have to double check with a phone call, but I do remember being told that last time I was there.
 

wakal

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Mar 20, 2011
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I'm going to start charging $20 for a CHL holder, and $40 without...I was charging beer. Now I have lots of beer :)


Alex
 
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