Ordered a lower from Military Gun Supply in TX so I look on gunbroker for a listing of FFLs near me and there's two different ones on there who transfer for $25, so I just picked the closest one. I call them up and ask if they can do transfers, and the guy says there's a "complicated list of rules" and that I should come in to talk about it . I couldn't imagine how complicated it would be, but whatever I drive the 15 miles out there and I figure I could check out the store too. Turns out his "store" is a barn behind a farm house, it was a bitch to find. His website advertised "rare ammo, fair prices." I figure maybe they have some 5.45x39 since noone else carries it around here. Turns out all that rare ammo is just weird obscure calibers that noone uses anymore. Anyway, he starts going through all these rules about a private citizen selling to a private citizen and I'm like "Woah, hold on. I'm buying from an FFL you know that right?" Then he basically said I don't have to worry about anything and he'll fax his FFL tomorrow. Fine, I wasted 20 minutes driving each way, but whatever. I ask about his fee and he says it's $35. I say his ad on gunbroker said $25. He says he upped it because of the election and I have to pay MI sales tax. I say that makes no sense because I technically bought the gun in TX and he's just transferring it fucking shady as shit. He just said "That's the rules". I just laughed and walked out of there. Called up the local pawn shop where I bought my glock and asked him. It's just a $25 flat fee, he faxes his FFL and he needs a copy of their FFL. Done and done, order is shipping tomorrow.