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  • No, all firearms have to be shipped to a ffl dealers. Normally both the shipping ffl and receiving ffl have a charge to do so as well.


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  • Lol you can't get a gun sent to a P.O.box in any state.


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  • Lol you can't get a gun sent to a P.O.box in any state.


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  • Chris - Ah, what the heck, I'm sure you have the answer already! :-)


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  • Chris, no Sir. All firearm (except certain Black Powder Firearms - which ship directly to your residence "also not P.O.Box) must ship to a Federally licensed FFL Dealer for proper transfer of said firearm to the purchaser/owner.


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  • Chris, This firearm must be shipped to a "Federal Firearm Licensee" (FFL). You pay a transfer fee and inspect and take possession of the firearm.