whats wrong with it
I need to send back my 870 for a repair. I was told I could send it through UPS and then could then have it shipped back to me (not an FFL,) because it's not a "transfer."
This sounds too easy. Has anyone gone through the process? Any problems getting UPS to accept it? Did you return through an FFL?
It's in NJ.
I can't imagine Mr. UPS showing up at my doorstep and saying, "here's your gun, sir!"
How do I prove that I owned it before, and it's not a new transfer?
I'm inclined to go through FFL just to be safe.
yup ups sucks i use the good old us mail its cheaper and no problems
I'm not using US mail, because if some overzealous prosecutor decides to invent a law to go after me, I've now committed his imaginary crime on federal property with a federal agency. Aren't there no gun signs in the post office? I've never read the fine print, so maybe there's an exception for properly boxed, unloaded guns.
I'm not taking my chances.
And yes, I am paranoid. You'd be crazy not to be in this state and time.
ive shiped hundreds of guns in the post office nevr had an issue ...its the only way to ship a rm....also if you feel better about it you dont have to tell them what it is i never do not that it matters
what do you mean, only way to ship a rm? I was specifically instructed to use UPS, and they sent me a UPS mailing label.
Did you have any guns sent back to your home?
ive had them turn me down they told me if i wanted it shiped ups that i would have to go to the main office or depo''witch is over 60 miles from me
if they sent you a UPS label.....ship it through UPS...it won't be a problem
UPS won't let me ship USPS, and UPS may not let me ship at all.
Someone, get me out of this state, please.
I'll give you my wife's phone number. Email/call/fax her now! Let her know how you feel about her keeping me in this state!