SELL HUSBANDS GUNS
Where Can You Sell Collectible Guns?
If you're not in a big city, you will likely have some trouble finding a good local place to sell collectible guns. That's because there are far fewer vintage or rare gun collectors than people who buy guns in general. Therefore, even if you do a consignment deal with a local gun store, your collectibles may sit there for a long time. In order to avoid this scenario, you need to place your weapons with an outlet that normally caters to those looking for vintage or rare firearms.
One question you may have had, especially if you don't usually sell guns, is "how do I get rid of my old guns legally." When you deal with an experienced firearms auction company, you don't have to worry about this. The company will be familiar with both federal and state regulations, and can tell you exactly what you need to do in order to legally sell your old guns. Selling them is the best option because you get money for them, and because they won't be picked up by random people like they could be if you just threw them away.
While regulations vary by locality, one thing is always true: You need to have legal possession of an item before you can legally sell it. This means that, legally speaking, you can't just sell husbands guns unless he has agreed to it. If he gave them to you, making them your guns, you have nothing to worry about. Otherwise, he will likely need to sign an affidavit before you can sell husbands guns without any trouble.
If you choose to deal with an auction company that isn't in your area, you'll need to find out about how to get your guns to their location. Some will require that you deliver them in person, but this isn't always the case. Poinsett Armory in South Carolina will travel to pick them up if needed, and is able to travel across state lines to do so. If you're a very long distance away, they may have other options that will allow you to sell your firearms through them.
When you sell collectible guns this way, you won't have to worry about how to get the firearms to the winning bidder. That is handled by the auction house, so everything goes as smoothly as possible. The auction house will also make sure that all of the relevant regulations are followed, so you'll have no liability to fear after the guns leave their business. Everything will be as easy and stress-free as possible.