Dollars' Auctions Terms!
All firearms will be
transferred to your FFL dealer. A signed copy of your dealer’s license has to be
in hand before we ship. A C&R License is acceptable for C&R firearms only. Or
guns listed by the BATF on the C&R list, and guns known to be at least 50 years
old. California laws DO NOT allow shipping of a handgun directly to the C&R
holder. It must be shipped to an FFL dealer. Antique firearms require bidder to
supply proof of age. Some areas still require an FFL transfer for antique &
black powder firearms (New Jersey, NYC, etc.) Please find out if there are any special regulations
in your state before bidding!
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shipping charge for guns includes: New hard case if a long gun, packaging, insurance, and shipping costs,
for UPS ground, or USPS Priority Mail for handguns. And
is for shipping to the lower 48 states only. Contact us for shipping quotes to
Alaska or Hawaii.
PLEASE READ BEFORE
The winning bidder of all
Firearm Auctions is solely responsible for determining that a used firearm is
safe to shoot. Firearms have been given a visual inspection only for auction
purposes, unless noted in the description. Dust 2 Dollars urges that every used
firearm is inspected by a qualified gunsmith before firing, whether won here, or
purchased anywhere! By placing a bid, you are agreeing to hold Dust 2 Dollars
harmless against damages, injury, or death caused by defective firearm.
Return Policy: All firearms come with a 3-day inspection privilege.
Inspection period begins the day of delivery to your FFL It is your
responsibility to inspect the gun in that time frame. In the case of a return,
buyer pays all shipping. This does not cover items damaged in shipment; you must
save the damaged shipping box and file a claim with the appropriate shipping
company. All items must be in the exact condition that they left us in. The
inspection period does not include the firing of the firearm. If the Buyer does
fire the firearm at any time during the inspection period, the sale is
considered final. Inspection consists of external examination, functioning the
action by hand to see it operates, checking bore and having headspace checked by
a gunsmith. No further disassembly is permitted, include but not limited to
turning any screws or removing any punch pins.
ATTENTION: Residents of
HI, MA, and NJ, please check your local laws for restrictions before bidding on
any black powder firearm.
Residents of NY, MD, CA (California
Firearms Laws.), you have special requirements and restrictions on certain
types of firearms, especially handguns. Some of these laws require your firearms
to be specially registered and tested. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE TO MAKE SURE YOU
FULFILL THESE REQUIREMENTS, NOT US. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXPENSE OF THESE
REQUIREMENTS, NOT US.
Large capacity magazine restrictions: New Jersey - 15
round maximum for semi-automatic firearms only. California - 10 round maximum
for all magazines. Maryland - 20 round maximum for all magazines. Massachusetts
- over 10 rounds Hawaii - 10 round maximum for all handgun magazines.