Transfer Process: Updated 5/15/2021
Information on this page may change without notice. Please check back periodically for the latest information.
-We are able to assist you with your firearm or NFA item transfer. We only accept transfers from licensed FFL and SOT holders. We DO NOT accept or execute private party transfers.
-Due to high demand, the Nevada Department of Public Safety (NDPS), who executes Form 4473 background checks, is roughly 5-10 business days behind in completing NICS background checks. Duration is subject to change without notice.
-If you have a current LVMPD issued Concealed Firearms Permit (better known as a CCW), you are still required to fill out Form 4473 but the background check with NDPS is not required.
-Do not ship a firearm to us without contacting us first. We reserve the right to reject all firearms shipped to us without our knowledge or consent.
Pricing for ALL customers:
$40 per firearm.
$40 per NFA item.
Nevada sales tax for each item you paid for (see Nevada Department of Taxation Tax Bulletin SUT 15-0001).
Customers without a current Nevada CCW: $25 per NICS background check.
The following are the basic steps we will assist you with during the transfer process:
Step 1: You must contact us and obtain approval prior to shipping your firearm or NFA item to us AND you must provide us with a valid receipt from the seller.
Step 2: Select "IMAIGKA Corporation dba Centerfire Sports" as your destination FFL. The seller/sender must hold a valid FFL.
Step 3: Instruct the seller or sender to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the transfer process.
Step 4: Obtain all shipping and tracking numbers from the seller/sender and email them to us along with a copy of your receipt to email@example.com. Doing so will ensure a smooth transfer process.
Step 5: After your item has arrived and we have executed our internal paperwork we will contact you to schedule an appointment for you to execute your portion of the paperwork, collect all fees and taxes, and perform the background check. If you purchased an NFA item, additional paperwork is required. We can discuss this with you via email or on the phone.
If the seller or sender of your item does not collect Nevada sales tax, we are required by the state of Nevada to collect sales tax (see Nevada Department of Taxation Tax Bulletin SUT 15-0001). You must provide us with a valid receipt from the seller so we can determine if Nevada sales tax was collected.
The Nevada Departement of Public Safety is roughly 5-10 business days behind with the NICS background checks. Once your paperwork is complete, we will fax it to NV DPS. When the background check is complete NV DPS will contact us with the required information to complete your paperwork.
If your background check is Denied or Unresolved, we will not proceed with the transaction. You may visit the NV DPS website to request information regarding the reason and resulting decision.
Step 6: After your background check comes back as a "Proceed", we will contact you to set up an appointment for you to recertify your paperwork and to pick up your firearm(s) or other NFA items to enjoy safely and responsibly.
Clear as mud? You may click here to initiate your transfer request or to ask us questions.
**Information on this page may change without notice. Please check back periodically for the latest information.**