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So I'm trying to sell either my FN FiveSeven or my PS90, maybe both, to buy a 1911 and free up some funds. Whats the proper process for selling a handgun out of state and having it shipped to a potential buyers FFL. What would I then need to have it removed from my NYS Permit and such.
 

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hmmm.. out of state is a good question. i know in state you need the buyers coupon to remove it and for them to take possesion.
 

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I sold a handgun on gunbroker and my FFL had to ship it for me, he gave me a piece of paper so I could get it removed from my permit.
 

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Pretty sure when you drop it off at your FFL, they will give you a receipt which you take to the county office to have removed from your permit. Just pay your FFL for shipping and probably a fee, and they take care of the rest.
 

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What Huggy and Scott said. I sold a handgun and had a local dealer ship it to the buyers dealer. Got my receipt from the local FFL and had it taken off my permit.
 

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What others have said. Bring to FFL receipt given to pull off your permit and gun gets shipped to buyers FFL.
 

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What others have said. Bring to FFL receipt given to pull off your permit and gun gets shipped to buyers FFL.
If i were to sell it on gunbroker is shipping it out something you are able to do?
 

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Yea I could take care if it for you. Give me a call and we can go over the details. It's easy to take care of
 

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So I'm trying to sell either my FN FiveSeven or my PS90, maybe both, to buy a 1911 and free up some funds. Whats the proper process for selling a handgun out of state and having it shipped to a potential buyers FFL. What would I then need to have it removed from my NYS Permit and such.
That 5.7mm ammo can get pricey.
 

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That 5.7mm ammo can get pricey.
It's not super horrible but for what it is and what it does I have way other cost effective options for similar results
 

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Hickok45, of YouTube fame, said they are having trouble putting together a FiveSeven review video because the round won't knock down his steel targets reliably. That surprised me, I thought it was supposed to be so potent. I guess its because it relies on tumbling to do its job, and doesn't have the force to knock down steel.
 

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Hickok45, of YouTube fame, said they are having trouble putting together a FiveSeven review video because the round won't knock down his steel targets reliably. That surprised me, I thought it was supposed to be so potent. I guess its because it relies on tumbling to do its job, and doesn't have the force to knock down steel.
Yea i saw that too, he also said its hard to even hear if the round hit the steel or not. Love that guy, wish he was my grandpa lol
 
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