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Firearms Transfers

Centennial Gun Club can facilitate transfers from other FFL holders.


Please have the transferring FFL email us with a copy of their FFL and all contact information for the transferee to This is the preferred method. As we are usually very busy, calling us may result in a delay in communication. NFA transfers can be facilitated as well. 

Transfer fees are as follows:


  • $50 per firearm
  • $100 per NFA item (SBRs, suppressors, etc.)


  • $150 per firearm
  • $200 per NFA items

In addition, there will be a $12.50 background check fee as mandated by the State of Colorado.

When the firearm arrives at our facility, please allow between 24-72 hours for us to bring it into our system. Once the firearm is ready for pick up, we will give you a call.

We also facilitate person-to-person transfers. Both parties must be present to conduct the transfer. $95 per firearm for non-members or $35 per firearm for members (plus $12.50 background check fee) will be charged for the buyer.


Does Centennial Gun Club handle firearm transfers to another FFL?

No, we are not equipped to ship firearms to other dealers.

Am I able to get a copy of Centennial Gun Club's FFL to send to the seller?

We will only send a copy of our FFL to other licensed dealers.

Why have I not been contacted even though freight tracking shows that the firearm was delivered to Centennial Gun Club?

Depending on the volume of transfers we receive, from receipt of the firearm, it takes us 24 to 72 hours to receive the firearm in our system and have it ready to start the transfer procedure with you. We are unable to transfer any firearm that is not properly entered into our system. If the selling dealer has not provided us with your contact information we are unable to contact you. We are unable to process a transfer without proper ATF required documentation from the seller and Centennial Gun Club retains the right to return any firearm to the selling dealer at our sole discretion. It is a violation of Federal law to transfer a firearm without proper documentation.

What if the firearm is damaged in shipment?

Centennial Gun Club takes no responsibility for firearms damaged in shipment, warranties, or repair of the firearm.

How long do I have to pick up my firearm once transferred from the seller to CGC?

Customers have 30 days from the date CGC contacts them to pick up their transfers. Firearms left at CGC for more than 30 days will incur a storage fee of:

  • $50 per month for members
  • $150 per month for non-members

What happens if I do not pick up my item in a timely manner?

A firearm left with Centennial Gun Club as a result of a transfer, layaway or other reason without a response from the owner of more than three (3) months after contact has been attempted, or an NFA item left without any attempt to process beyond three (3) months or that period beyond the receipt of a valid tax stamp or notice of denial, is declared as abandoned and may become the property of CGC and may be disposed as CGC management may determine.

Judicious efforts will be made to resolve the delay by requiring at least three attempts via at least two different methods (Phone, Email, US Mail, text, etc.) to contact the owner. Contact with the original seller will be attempted to seek additional contact information if necessary.

Upon failure to obtain a response from any of the above, CGC will send a notice via USPS Certified mail, receipt requested, to the address provided. The letter will identify the firearm by make, model, and serial number. It will note how long CGC has had the firearm and that the owner has thirty (30) days to resolve the issue or the firearm will be declared abandoned and become the property of Centennial Gun Club.

If an individual transferring a firearm through CGC has been contacted and has indicated that the firearm needs to be left for an extended period of time, arrangements may be provided upon agreement of the owner and CGC. This may involve additional charges.

If an item has been denied, the customer will be provided information to contest the denial. However, if the resolution has not been resolved within three (3) months the above policy will apply.

If I have additional questions, can I talk directly to someone in your transfer department?

Yes, we’re happy to take your call at 303-397-3231 if you need clarity on anything.

What if my transfer comes with high-capacity magazines?

If a transfer comes to us with magazines over the Colorado legal limit of 15 rounds, we will remove them and will not be able to transfer them.

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