Get Top Dollar for Expensive Guns in Montana Using Dunlap Gun Consigners
In Montana, buying, selling and transferring firearms is simple when compared to restrictive states with respect to gun regulations. Gun rights advocates will find the state welcoming in that regard. However, for those who own valuable and high-priced firearms, the stakes are raised. Owners of investment grade firearms cringe at the though of settling to sell their coveted gun for less than its potential. The process of finding a buyer willing to pay the premium and knowing its value can be challenging to ay the least.
Instead of playing the guessing game and hoping to sell quickly for a random price, use Dunlap Gun Consigners to achieve top dollar on the sale!
Our team of experts implement accurate sales data that shows firearms potential worth, employs cutting edge marketing tactics to advertise the firearm, showcases it to an enormous audience of potential buyers that spans the entire United States and covers all costs associated in the transaction.
Most importantly, we guarantee selling clients guns and paying them out within 15 – 30 days of agreeing to use our service; something that no other consignment service can offer.
Our clients get to relax from the comfort of home and have peace of mind that our staff will take care of all of the hard work and put in the time to maximize profits from the sale.
If this is not enough to convince the skeptics to use our service, we have compiled a useful guide to navigate the state and federal regulation in place in Montana below for those determined to sell on their own.
According to the Montana Attorney General, any local government entities may not enact any additional regulations on the sale transfer or purchase of firearms. Below is the legal text:
§ Sec. 45-8-351 Restriction on local government regulation of firearms.
- Except as provided in subsection (2), a county, city, town, consolidated local government, or other local government unit may not prohibit, register, tax, license, or regulate the purchase, sale or other transfer (including delay in purchase, sale, or other transfer), ownership, possession, transportation, use, or unconcealed carrying of any weapon, including a
rifle, shotgun, handgun, or concealed handgun.
(a) For public safety purposes, a city or town may regulate the discharge of rifles, shotguns, and handguns. A county, city, town, consolidated local government, or other local government unit has power to prevent and suppress the carrying of concealed or unconcealed weapons to a public assembly, publicly owned building, park under its jurisdiction, or school, and the possession of firearms by convicted felons, adjudicated mental incompetents, illegal aliens, and minors.
(b) Nothing contained in this section allows any government to prohibit the legitimate display of firearms at shows or other public occasions by collectors and others or to prohibit the legitimate transportation of firearms through any jurisdiction, whether in airports or otherwise.
(c) A local ordinance enacted pursuant to this section may not prohibit a legislative security officer who has been issued a concealed weapon permit from carrying a concealed weapon in the state capitol as provided in 45-8-317.
In order to purchase a firearm legally, the buyer must be 18 years old to purchase rifles, shotguns and ammunition. Buyers looking to purchase handguns must be at least 21 years old. No permits or registration are required to own a firearm in this state.
Anyone purchasing a firearm from a licensed firearms dealer must complete a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms form 4473 (firearms transaction form). This form will be maintained by the dealer. A firearms purchaser must, under the permanent provisions of the Federal Brady Law, also undergo a National Instant Criminal Background Check System check, which will be performed by the firearms dealer.
This check will indicate to the dealer whether the purchaser’s background allows for the person to complete the purchase of the firearm. If the check disallows the sale for no warranted reason, there is an appeal process the purchaser can pursue to receive the necessary clearance to complete the purchase.
How to Conduct a Private Sale in Montana?
Montana does not regulate private sales of firearms.
Montana Firearm Ownership Restrictions
FEDERAL DISQUALIFICATION CATEGORIES
- Conviction (felony or misdemeanor) where the crime has a maximum imprisonment term exceeding 1 year (even if a buyer did not receive actual imprisonment exceeding 1 year).
- Warrant (felony or out-of-state misdemeanor).
- Felony pre-trial release.
- Misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence restraining/stalking/protection order mental health adjudication or commitment.
- Unlawful use or addicted to a controlled substance (including marijuana).
- Dishonorable discharge from the armed forces.
- Renounced U.S. citizenship.
- Illegal alien.
For more details on Montana’s gun regulations visit: atf.gov/file/117281/download and dojmt.gov/features/frequently-asked-firearms-questions/
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Our service allows you to relax from the comfort of home while our staff of professionals navigate the hard part of selling a firearm through consignment. Our process is not only safe and hassle-free, it is lightning fast.
We guarantee your consigned firearm will fetch top-dollar and you will be paid within 15 – 30 days no matter what time of year it is or where you are located within the United States!
Just tell us the specific make, model and caliber of your firearm, upload a few photos of it and once we agree on a price, we’ll provide a cost free shipping label via UPS. Any and all additional expenses will be paid by Dunlap Gun Consigners.
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