Firearms & Weapons Auctions - Shotguns in Virginia - Live & Online

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Date(s) 7/23/2021 - 8/3/2021
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Date(s) 7/29/2021 - 8/4/2021
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Date(s) 7/28/2021 - 8/8/2021
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Date(s) 7/30/2021 - 8/26/2021
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Auction Notice: PLEASE CONSIDER USING MAX PRE-BIDDING IF YOU WANT TO BE WINNING BIDDER. Auction rules All firearms sales are final and no returns or refunds are accepted. Winning bidder is responsible for verifying that the firearm is legal in their area and that they can legally take possession of it. Buyers that want their firearm shipped to their local dealer are responsible for having their dealer contact the transferring FFL (Armada Arms LLC) and providing a copy of their license. License copies must be submitted by email to sales@armadaarms.com and the email should reference the Lot number and firearm (example: “Lot 123 - Glock 19”). Firearms will only be shipped to FFLs. There are no exceptions. Buyers are responsible for paying for shipping. Fees: $45 for each firearm. This does not apply to black powder/muzzleloaders Shipping (per firearm): Handguns: $30 (priority mail with insurance) Long guns: $40 (UPS ground with insurance) Local (Virginia) buyers may pick up the firearms from the transferring FFL by appointment. All local buyers will be required to complete Virginia Form SP-65 and Federal Form 4473 at the time of transfer. You must have a Virginia Driver’s License or military orders to a base in Virginia to legally take possession of a handgun. Buyers located in Virginia are subject to the “one handgun per month” rule as of July 2020 unless they are exempt from this restriction under Virginia law (typically having a concealed carry license or being Commonwealth Law Enforcement). Factory new firearms will be covered byz any transferrable manufacturer’s warranty that may apply. Any used firearm should be inspected by a competent gunsmith to verify that they are in working order before firing.

The shotgun category is for long guns with relatively large bores (inner barrel diameters). Most are smoothbore and shoot clouds of spherical metal shot, hence the nickname “scattergun.” Other models called slug guns are rifled for shooting only heavy slugs or saboted bullets for hunting deer and other big game. Shotguns are also used for bird and small game hunting; trap, skeet, and sporting clays; varminting at close range; home defense; and law enforcement and military use. Most are pump-action, semi-automatic, single-shot, or double-barreled in either side-by-side (SxS) or over/under (O/U) configuration. Typical shotguns are chambered for 12 gauge, 20 gauge, or .410 shells, but you’ll also see 28, 16, and 10 gauge guns on the market. There have been countless shotgun manufacturers over the years, but some of the major brands are (or were) Remington, Winchester, Browning, Mossberg & Sons, Franchi, Beretta, Benelli, Weatherby, Stoeger Industries, Ruger, SKB, Charles Daly, Ithaca Gun Company, H&R Firearms, CZ-USA, Savage Arms, Stevens, AYA, and Baikal. Note that certain laws may apply in your area. Keep an eye out for new items being posted to HiBid.com.