One thing that separates this site from the few others I frequent is this simple thing. Shipping. Why are so many here unwilling, perhaps unable, to ship? How is it easier to meet a stranger in a parking lot an exchange cash than to take a box to the post office? Here is what the ATF "Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide"' (ATF P 5300.4) says: A nonlicensee may mail a shotgun or rifle to a resident of his or her own state or to a licensee in any state. Simply put. A person without an FFL can mail a long gun to a resident of the same state and to an FFL in any state. Secondly, the idea that a firearm is " IN YOUR NAME" I'd a complete myth. When one purchased a firearm from an FFL a 4473 form was used and a background check via FBI instacheck was made. During that phone call the firearms make model or serial number WAS NOT GIVEN. no matter what TV and movies purported, the only firearms related information in the check is " long gun or handgun". As to shipping out of state to an ffl. If you can accept a text, email or letter in the mail you can ship to an FFL. The FFL sends their info and you can verify by the ATF website. Transfer of funds is the absolute most simple thing. Safer than cash. Postal money order, Wells Fargo, bank check, zelle, VENMO....the list goes on and on. I'd bet there's at least a dozen deals I've passed because someone in Hickory or Jacksonville wouldn't ship. If your not willing to, your limiting your audience and market greatly and likely reducing how much you could be getting for your item.