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Old 08-12-2017, 01:47 AM   #1
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So I came across this on my instagram feed from new frontier armory. I guess we no longer have to pay sales tax on incoming transfers? If this is indeed true.......👍👍👍👍👍**** Yes!!!!!!!

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Old 08-12-2017, 01:48 AM   #2
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By the way thanks to guido and new frontier armory as well as all the other pro gun groups for fighting the good fight!


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Old 08-12-2017, 02:21 AM   #3
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To bad it's only on private party transfers ... Who goes to a FFL for that anyways
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To bad it's only on private party transfers ... Who goes to a FFL for that anyways
It was already in the law...... I am confused as to why they were charging tax for a non-commercial purchase.
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Old 08-13-2017, 03:08 AM   #5
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To bad it's only on private party transfers ... Who goes to a FFL for that anyways
How about everyone buying from a private party out of state?
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How about everyone buying from a private party out of state?
Can't remember where I read it but I believe if they only sell a few guns a year no sales tax. I just bought a gun online and the FFL I used locally charged me tax even on what I paid for shipping which I thought was a little crazy.
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Can't remember where I read it but I believe if they only sell a few guns a year no sales tax. I just bought a gun online and the FFL I used locally charged me tax even on what I paid for shipping which I thought was a little crazy.
Yeah. I get that dealers are charging tax when they don't need to per the law. It seems like it's cleared up now, but I was responding to the question of who uses a FFL with a private party. The answer is a hell of a lot of people.
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Yeah. I get that dealers are charging tax when they don't need to per the law. It seems like it's cleared up now, but I was responding to the question of who uses a FFL with a private party. The answer is a hell of a lot of people.
That's what I get for being on the forum on my phone. Agree with you 100% I am always looking for a deal and a lot of times it's private party online
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I can start buying on gunbroker again
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I have never bought "mail order", so I apologize if this question is dumb, but if you buy out of state, and an ffl ships it to an in-state ffl, is there something that identifies the incoming item as being a "new retail purchase" that would trigger the NV ffl to collect sales tax?
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