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|Type 1 FFL Transfer (1-2 Firearms)||$40.00/ Per Firearm|
|Type 1 FFL Transfer 3+ Firearms||$50.00 Per Firearms|
NFA Class III Transfers Starting at
$275.00/Per NFA Item
Actual Shipping Cost
To Process an FFL Transfer: You must be a resident of the State of Oregon. Please have your dealer Email us (info@PatriotFirearmsOregon.com) a copy of their FFL or Email us their contact information and we will take care of the rest. It is required that your dealer include your full contact information to process the transfer.
Transferring FFL Dealer Information:
All Firearm and NFA Class III, Title II purchases & transfers, require a background check and are subjected to the associated fees. All fees and shipping (too and from) charges are nonrefundable, regardless of successful, human error/mistake, no result, non-completed, or failed background checks.
What is a Background Check?
A prospective buyer who wishes to purchase, transfer, or apply for a NFA Class III weapon must successfully pass a state and federal firearm background database check, which verifies the buyer does not have a criminal record or isn’t otherwise ineligible to purchase or own a firearm. For the State of Oregon, the current cost for a Background Check is $10.00 per FICS/NICS Check, and is due prior to the time of service. An additional $10 must be paid for every 30 days a background check is pending and or has failed.
***In-Store Background Checks Require 2 Forms of Valid Identification:
1) State ID or State Driver's License (not expired), AND
2) One of the following (not expired): USA Passport, USA Birth Certificate, USA Military ID/ Military Orders, Oregon Vehicle Registration, Oregon Conceal Handgun License, Oregon Voter Registration Card, Official State or Federal mail, or ODFW Angler License.
What is a Type 1 FFL Transfer and/or Purchase?
For Transfers: When a prospective buyer who successfully passes a background check and has a firearm transferred from the seller through a licensed FFL dealer, then to themselves (the buyer). For Purchases: When a prospective buyer who successfully passes a background check and has a firearm transferred over to the buyer from a licensed FFL dealer directly.
What is the National Firearms Act (NFA)?
The NFA was originally enacted in 1934. Similar to the current NFA, the original Act imposed a tax on the making and transfer of firearms defined by the Act, as well as a special (occupational) tax on persons and entities engaged in the business of importing, manufacturing, and dealing in NFA firearms. The law also required the registration of all NFA firearms with the Secretary of the Treasury. Firearms subject to the 1934 Act included shotguns and rifles having barrels less than 18 inches in length, certain firearms described as “any other weapons,” machine guns, and firearm mufflers and silencers. The National Firearms Act, lawfully governs the purchase, sale, transfer, and creation of restricted weapons. These weapons are interchangeably referred to as Class III (3), Title II, and NFA firearms. “Class 3” refers to the Special Occupational Tax (SOT) stamp that is required for weapons dealers to sell such items. “Title II” is another term used to refer to the NFA itself; the Gun Control Act is “Title 1” of Federal firearms laws, and the NFA is “Title II”. The NFA requires the registration of all NFA for a non-FFL/SOT to possess any NFA Firearm. The Class III, title II Tax Stamp fee is $200 for the creation or transfer of an NFA weapons.
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