The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

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The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by blackblade » June 25th, 2010, 4:28 pm

The ATF list has just been updated:

http://www.atf.gov/publications/firearm ... -2010.html

I haven't checked with vendors yet but this is good news for C&R license holders.

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by hardcorekeith » June 25th, 2010, 8:34 pm

Exciting. J&G has them listed as C&R, but SOG doesn't yet. Unfortunately I don't have an account set up with J&G and they don't accept faxed C&Rs. :roll:

So, uh, leave some for me, guys. :mrgreen:

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Post by blackblade » June 25th, 2010, 8:57 pm

Yeah, I pulled the trigger and bought 5 more from J&G. I now save $125 on the transfer fee, $50 on the bulk purchase price and a break on shipping per gun basis. Now I need to buy some more Wolf mainsprings and maybe a couple Marschal grips.

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by hardcorekeith » June 25th, 2010, 9:16 pm

Some of us only have one single sad P64, please leave some for the less fortunate...

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Post by shinerjohn » June 25th, 2010, 10:09 pm

This is great news! I should have my C&R in a couple of weeks! I sent in the paperwork about 10 days ago.

I have 2 P-64s and won't hesitate to get at least a couple more!

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Post by gwbiker » June 26th, 2010, 4:11 pm

Have fun fellows. One P-64 is all I really need. I have far too many other fine handguns.

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by tankdriver » June 28th, 2010, 3:39 pm

J&G already sold out.

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by blackblade » June 28th, 2010, 5:09 pm

SOG is now selling them as C&R guns. You get the extra magazine, cleaning rod and holster. Depending on shipping it may be a slightly better deal.

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by TriggerMortis » June 28th, 2010, 6:24 pm

Went to the local gun shop to see about getting a P64 from SOG. $170 for the gun + $65 for the transfer, shipping, credit card + $20 taxes = ~$255. Is this a reasonable price? Anything I'm missing or somewhere else I should try?
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Post by normsutton » June 28th, 2010, 7:26 pm

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$ 65.00 for a for the transfer fee , a C&R licence is only 30

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by shinerjohn » June 28th, 2010, 8:47 pm

Eric, as Norm pointed out, a C&R 3-year license is only $30. Personally, I would not pay any FFL $65 for a transfer. Get the C&R license or find another FFL holder. That's hiway robber, my friend!

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Post by soram » June 28th, 2010, 9:39 pm

shinerjohn wrote:Eric, as Norm pointed out, a C&R 3-year license is only $30. Personally, I would not pay any FFL $65 for a transfer. Get the C&R license or find another FFL holder. That's hiway robber, my friend!
I agree with both Norm and ShinerJohn. The $30 C&R license price is what I pay in MD for one transfer fee for one gun!?! Over the course of three years with buying direct from the seller, not having to drive to my FFL, pay additional fees, filling out gov't forms, etc; I can't afford NOT to get the C&R license! 8)

Also, paying a $65 transfer fee IS HIGHWAY ROBBERY! :twisted: Very few FFLs in MD dare to charge over $40 and that is too high for me! :shock:

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by TriggerMortis » June 28th, 2010, 11:50 pm

you guys didn't read my thing, because i didn't say the transfer was $65. i said the transfer, shipping and credit card (and other filing) fees was $65. the transfer fee itself is only $25. but for the gun shop to buy the gun for me and then transfer it to me, he has every right to make the ~$5 of profit he'll get from it.

and ~$60 just for a transfer is par for the course from where I'm from in california.

but maybe i will have to look into the C&R license thing.
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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by juniustaylor » June 29th, 2010, 12:28 am

If I break this down right...

$170 - Gun
$5 - Credit Card Fee (3%)
$35 - shipping
$25 - FFL Transfer Fee
$20 - Taxes
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$255 Subtotal

Are you buying the gun from your own state and the seller charges tax? $20 in tax seems kind of high. However, the combined $65 of random fees/shipping seems alright.

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Re: The P-64 is now C&R eligible!

Post by TriggerMortis » June 29th, 2010, 2:01 am

The gun is coming from out of state. without at C&R, he buys the gun from SOG and then sells it to me, hence the sales tax, ~$20.
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