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SKU: KIT-0363
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SKU: 180021
Caliber: 9mm
Capacity:  7 Round & 8 Round
Action: Striker Fire
Barrel Length: 3.1" / 7.874 cm
Front Sight: White Dot
Rear Sight: White 2-Dot
Overall Length: 6.1" / 15.5 cm
Frame Width: .95" / 2.413 cm
Overall Height: 4.6" / 11.684 cm
Weight: 19.0 oz / 538.7 g
Frame Material: Polymer
Barrel/Slide Finish: Black 68 HRc
Trigger Pull: 6.5 lbs. +/-
Sight Radius: 5.3" / 13.3 cm
Safety Mechanism: Thumb Safety
SKU: 7065
PSA AR-15 Complete Lower Magpul MOE Edition - Black, No Magazine

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My FFL charges me one price for up to 3 transfers. Possible 5. 15$ for it. Can put that many at a time on paperwork at a time so has no more work in doing 3 then he would in doing one so yes he should only charge you once. He encourages me to do more then one to save me money. It's in Indiana. Would think it's the same everywhere.

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$65 bucks for tax and shipping cost to TX. Kills the deal right there.

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If you FFL will will only charge you 1x it may be worthwhile.

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Are you saying an FFL should charge the same thing for one item as two? Both items have to be logged in and out, both have to be put on the 4473. Further, if the FFL experiences the theft, should he only replace one of them because you weren't going to pay for the processing of the second one? I only charge $15 (and $1.07 of that is tax) for first item, $10 for second item. If I was getting $150 per item like the DC FFL, or $350 like the FFL in Alaska, or even $75 like the FFL in LA, that would be another matter.

It doesn't cost me to process a background check, NICS is free. There would only be a fee in places like the Republik of CA.

What do you consider gouging?

It happens I ordered this very package today when ordering other items from PSA to resell.

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It is a capitalism vs socialism. People are entitled for free transfers. My closest retail store charges 10$ to do paper work for guns they sell. I don’t complain - don’t like, don’t buy. Everyone has to make living

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I ordered 3 striped lowers and my ffl only charged me 25. That is his standard fee.

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Calm down sweetie! Many FFL's charge per shipment not serial and you were the only one bringing up "gouging." What the OP was suggesting is this stops being a deal if you have two pay a transfer fee on both items....unjerk those knees!

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Keep in mind, if I charge $15 (includes tax) for first gun and $10 for each additional, that would be a better deal than the FFL that charges $50 or whatever for the first gun. I talked to a customer in Alaska and his FFL fee was $350. DC was $150... The local gun/shop range charges $65. So paying two fees vs. one fee isn't the issue as how much total in FFL fee you are paying. At $13.97 for a transfer, I am making minimum wage and that doesn't factor in overhead.

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Since it doesn't cost them anything to run a background check on a long gun or a "receiver" for the lower, and a handgun background check only costs them $10, I'd look for a different FFL if they wanted to gouge you for ordering this since there is 2 firearms.

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If you’d rather order from the web and not support your local gs, they have every right to charge per item and you should not complain. It is a service they are providing you, and you are not purchasing items from them. If they combo deal it, then maybe buy something from them to show your support. Some ammo or something.

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Giving a local gun store $20-$50 processing a piece of paper is supporting them. You are paying for 10 minutes worth of their time and they have absolutely zero cost in the transaction other than an hourly employee who would most likely be on the clock either way.

What do you think is more profitable? A) Sitting on a $20 box of ammo for 3 months to make $3 profit off of it? B) Making a couple photo copies, double checking a piece of paper, writing something in a "log book," then and calling a 800 number all for a profit of 10 times option "A?" (In my case with a CCW there is no 800 number required)

Other businesses would kill for those kinds of profit margins.

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Zero cost ? They have to keep lights on and doors open entire day. Someone has to pay rent, salaries to employees, million other fees. Wake up. How dare you to tell the guy that he has to do these things for free. If you are so smart then borrow from a bank some money, get ffl3, open your own shop and do FFL transfers free. None of you sure will.

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Both of you get over yourselves. We have a few FFLs in my area and in others who only change one fee for one transaction. My FFL only charges $20 for the first 3 serials. That is all kholmes80 was referring to, and no, it doesn't take the FFL a lot of work to do so. It litterally takes mine a few minutes to type everything into a computer and take my payment.

Plus it's not an obligation to buy anything from LGS's, and I'm not into throwing money away just because. It's a free market. I buy from who offers the best price. FFLs make way more money/profit from a transfer than they do from buying ammo. I showed my appreciation by giving my repeat business instead of going to their competitors.

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In reality, that isn't how it works.
1. I get a call, hey, can I have XYZ ship you a gun....sure, send me the seller's FFL info
2. I get his email with the FFL info, now I send my info to the seller's FFL
3. Then I have to get tracking info as I am a home based business and need to know when a gun is coming in so I am here to receive it
4. I track the shipment and have to stay home that day to receive it.
5. log into log book
6. Contact the buyer to let them know the gun is here...
7. they call back and we schedule a time
8. they come over and fill out the paperwork and I input the data to NICS....min 15 min, due to NICS delays, can be 30-60 minutes to get proceed or delay
9. customer pays, more hassle if CC
10. log the gun out of the log book and file the paperwork in a secure manner...

Just saying....

All for $13.97 before income taxes, not to mention overhead...

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Maybe you should charge more! You could easily raise it to $20-25 (+ tax) and get no complaints. You're shooting yourself in the foot!

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Shield goes for about $250 these days and the lower is $160 for this config. So this deal saves you about $30 or so. Not bad if you are wanting both.

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Did you notice all the places selling shields for $249 have bumped their prices to $259 and $269.

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Not entirely a deal. You can get the lower in this config about every month or so for 129.99 from PSA. 250 for the shield. So its actually same price.

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I think you are thinking of the normal stock price which goes for $130 on deal. The MOE version doesnt ever go for less than $160 from PSA in the last 7 years that I've bought from them. So as I said, the deal is about saving $30 for the combo which if you want both is a decent enough deal.

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The Daily Deal 7/26 had this lower (7065) at $119.99 with FS.... I don't always pay attention so I don't know how often the price gets in that range, or the $130 as mentioned. As mentioned, if you were already going to get the Shield and the lower, it is an OK deal. Frankly, I would pay more and get the V2 Shield.

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True, unless it's a blem. I picked up a moe blem for around $130 plus a shield in .40 when s&w was doing the $75 rebate. Palmetto was selling them for 280. It was a sweet deal. I put an ar together with a shield for around 600.

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