Texas FFL Transfer List

Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by Texas1911, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

    May 29, 2017
    Austin, TX
    List your local FFL transfer people, their location, and the applicable fees. If they have any special requests then list it as well.
     


  2. idleprocess

    idleprocess Active Member

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    Sporting Arms, southwest Lewisville, $20/gun transfers, appointment-only transfers
     
  3. brickboy240

    brickboy240 Active Member

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    I have used Pasadena Gun Center in Pasadena, TX for several transfers and always been happy.

    They charge 25 dollars per transfer and are very good about calling when its in and waiting until I have time to pick it up. I am sure there are cheaper transfer fees to be found, but these guys have always been good to me.

    - brickboy240
     
  4. smschulz

    smschulz Paid for CUT TGT Supporter

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    I am struggling for a reasonable FFL in Houston (SW)
    I used to use Loan Star Pawn ~ they sold the business to Bayou Pawn and now won't accept any incoming.
    Fountain Firearms advertised for $35 and wanted $48+ when I got there.
    SOG Armory says they will do it but act like they don't want to and I can't get them to send the FFL info and they refuse to give it to me.
    You would think that gun folk would unite more for the common cause rather that being so secretive and opportunistic. This ain't going to go on for ever and they shouldn't piss off the faithful for a fast buck.
     
  5. toold128

    toold128 New Member

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    I have used these people several times. They stopped for a while after Ike but I talked to them today and they are again making transfers. I paid $20 the first time I used them, and each time afterwards, the charge was $10.

    Cyndi or Chuck
    Martini Hardware Co., Inc.
    7145 Lawndale
    Houston, TX 77023-7298
    phone: 713-926-7466

    Hours: 8:00am-6:00pm Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:30pm Sat, 9:00am-3:00pm Sun
    Transfer fee: $20.00 per gun
     
  6. dbgun

    dbgun TGT Addict

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    I use these guys:
    Gilstrap Shooters Supply
    Alvin, TX 77511
    email: Click here to email me
    phone: 281-331-7208 (Ron)
    Transfer fee: $25.00
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    Elk River Tool & Die
    8777 Tallyho Road
    Bldg 1A, Suite 1
    Houston, TX 77061
    email: Click here to email me
    phone: 713-944-3351
    fax: 713-944-3581
    Hector or Stephanie
    Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm
    Transfer fee: $20.00
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    I used Martini Hardware, last year for a transfer. I highly recommend them as well.
     
  7. Southpaw

    Southpaw Sucker MC TGT Supporter

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    Fistfull of Firepower
    Mike Grosko
    210-885-3972

    Fist Full of Firepower LLC



    He doesn't have a store front and only does transfers. $27.00.
    I've had 2 transfers with him so far, and they were both great.
     
  8. diverge

    diverge New Member

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    I just spoke with them and it is now $20.00 all transfers.
     
  9. diverge

    diverge New Member

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    Not in the area you are looking for but just in case. Memorial Shooting Center does transfers for $30.00. The person sending the firearm has to call them. Then they will fax their FFL to them. They will not give you a copy.

    Transferring firearms was better with the previous management at that place.
     
  10. goldenchild3079

    goldenchild3079 New Member

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    Become a FFL dealer it cost $150.00 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Firearms_License

    Everyone is charging $35.00 and they give you a hard time with the paper work too, they want you to buy the gun from them. But it's kinda hard to buy a gun from them if they don't have it in stock.
     

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