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I've sold several items on GunBroker in the past. There are no listing fees (unlike eBay) to put your item up for sale. You only pay a final value fee based on the sale price of the item. If it doesn't sell, you pay nothing.

As far as buyers getting your home address, I shipped all guns from a local FFL dealer. If your concerned about giving your home address out, you could have buyers send payment to a work address or PO Box.






from GunBroker.com seller tutorial page:


Final Value Fee
A Final Value Fee is assessed if your item is sold. The Final Value Fee is assessed when the listing closes and is based on the price that the item is sold for. If the item is not sold (reserve not met or no bids were placed) there is no Final Value Fee. For Dutch auctions the Final Value Fee is based on the cumulative sale price of all items sold out of the lot.

Here is how you calculate your Final Value Fee:

Take the first $25 of your final value and multiply it by 5%. If your item sold for $25 or less this is your Final Value Fee.
If your final value was more than $25, take the additional amount between $25.01 and $1,000 and multiply it by 2.5%.
If your final value was more than $1,000, take the additional amount above $1000 and multiple it by 1.25%.
Add up these these amounts and that is your Final Value Fee.
For example, a $1500 item would cost:

$25 times 5% = $1.25
$975 times 2.5% = $24.38
$500 times 1.25% = $6.25
Total = $31.88
A $500 item would cost:

$25 times 5% = $1.25
$475 times 2.5% = $11.88
Total = $13.13
http://www.gunbroker.com/User/SellerTutorial.asp
 
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