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https://www.gunbroker.com/ffl/index you can look up FFLs near you that will do internet transfers here.
It's always a good Idea to contact the FFL before you order and have it delivered. If you can't get ahold of them ahead of time, you will have problems getting ahold of them after they have your stuff. But even so it's a good idea to let them know something is coming and to make sure their listed rates are current so there are no surprises.
You're going to go all the way to Atlantic City just to buy from Cabela's?
I'd suggest looking up FFL's in your area. You may want to start another post asking for FFL recommendations and give them a call.
its not that complicated and gives you the option of shopping for the best deal online which can more than offset the transfer fee.
Try https://gun.deals to get a list of online vendors and prices.
Thanks everyone for the info. Still seems somewhat complicated if I have to make multiple trips. Maybe I can find a FFL in Camden County with low prices. I see that I can buy certain models online at Cabela's and sent to the Atlantic City location. That might be the simplest thing for me to do n my first transaction. I have two P2P that are good for about 6 months. I Have a busy work schedule and just want to get something under $300 that doesn't require multiple trips to fill out in triplicat
Not sure why, but it kind of reminds me of the Johnny Seven OMA (one man army) toy I had as a kid. Johnny Seven OMA
It was pretty cool. Just seeing one in the toy aisle would give a lot of today's parents an aneurism.