BEFORE BIDDING, ALL BIDDERS ARE TO READ THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE. ALL ITEMS SOLD AS IS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND ALL SALES ARE FINAL. FIREARMS LAWS. You must be 21 years of age to purchase a hand gun and 18 years of age to purchase a long gun. Photo ID is required to run a background check. All firearms are sold in accordance with Federal and Pennsylvania State Laws. All post - 1898 (Modern) firearms must be registered in compliance with Federal and State Law. Purchasers of Modern firearms who are Pennsylvania residents must complete state and federal registration forms at Pa Auction Center 1141 Wea-Wit St. East Earl PA., or provide a signed copy of a Federal Firearms License from a dealer that your purchase can be shipped to. FFL Dealers and out-of-state buyers must have in their possession on the day of sale, signed copies of their Federal Firearms License in order to accept same-day delivery of modern firearms. Buyers who act as agents for FFL dealers must have a letter of agency as well as a signed copy of the dealers Federal Firearms License (FFL). Internet bidders who are out-of-state buyers and FFL dealers must fax a current FFL license within 48 hours of the close of the sale to Pa Auction Center 717-687-8819. Curio & Relic FFL licenses will be accepted on auction lots indicated in the description '(C&R)'. All Firearms sold only to US Residents. Be sure to check your state and local regulations as some items in our auction may be illegal in your state. All firearms in this auction that have a (R) in the description are considered modern firearms and will need a NICS background check completed unless you are a dealer holding a FFL license. All firearms in this auction that have (C&R) in the description need to have a NICS background check done unless you carry a Curio & Relics license or an FFL license. All firearms in this auction that DO NOT have a (R) or (C&R) in the description DO NOT need a NICS background checked and can be picked up or shipped directly to your door UNLESS a mistake was made when cataloging and it should have been marked with a (R) or (C&R) If you are the high bidder of a firearm that has a (R) or (C&R) in the title you must send us a copy of your FFL or the C&R license holder we are sending to prior to us sending out the gun. FFL's can be emailed to [email protected]
or faxed to 717-687-8819. Please make sure you reference the name or lot number when sending the FFL. This MUST BE DONE WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS OF THE AUCTION. All pickup must be done within 3 business days of the auction. Nics background checks can be done at our location. All hand guns sold to out of state bidders must be shipped. All items are sold "AS-IS, WHERE IS" in their CURRENT CONDITION WITHOUT GUARANTEE OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND WITH ANY AND ALL FAULTS. All item descriptions are based upon visual inspection only. All measurements are approximate and are used for general descriptive purposes only. Bidder's are solely responsible for determining the condition and authenticity of items. Physical inspection of items is highly encouraged, since they are used and not new. Any statements, or lack thereof, made in regards to accuracy of descriptions, typographical errors, condition, size, authenticity, age, restoration, reproductions, quality, historic relevance, or otherwise, are all for catalog information only and do not represent warranties, guarantees, or representations, of any kind. Again, physical inspection is highly encouraged by all bidders. NOTE: By placing a bid online, the bidder has signified that they have examined the items to their complete satisfaction and/or they have chosen not to physically examine the items and waive any and all rights regarding the aforementioned pertaining to each item/lot. NO GUARANTEE IS MADE ON CONDITION. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO RETURNS ACCEPTED OR REFUNDS GRANTED. The auctioneer determines the highest bidder. Any dispute which arises will be handled at the auctioneer's discretion, which can include, but is not limited to, putting the lot in question back up for auction. In the instance there is a tie bid between the floor and/or the internet bidders and/or absentee bidders, it will be handled at the auctioneers descretion. Because it is a live auction it will always be the 1st bid the auctioneer sees. AS AN ONLINE BIDDER YOU ASSUME ANY RISK ASSOCIATED WITH "WINNING" AN ITEM AND NOT ACTUALLY HAVING THE ITEM SELL TO YOU. THIS IS DUE TO (1) THE FINAL HAMMER OF THE AUCTIONEER AND (2) ONCE A LOT IS CLOSED ON THE ONLINE BIDDING PLATFORM THE OPERATOR IS NOT ABLE TO RE-OPEN THAT LOT. Absentee bids are accepted up to and during the live auction. Pa Auction Center is not responsible for, and shall not be held liable for any errors, omissions of, or failure to carryout an absentee bid, regardless of how the bid was submitted. This also includes any technical failures that may arise during the auction that affect absentee bids, including but not limited to, internet connections, telephones, computers, and networks. The auctioneer reserves the right to accept and/or reject any and all bids. The final call of the auctioneer or fall of the hammer of a lot to the highest bidder formally indicates the change of title and possession passes to that high bidder, regardless of the bidding method used, including in house, online, or via an absentee bid. Immediately upon this transfer, the high bidder assumes all responsibility and/or risk of the lot(s) purchased, including but not limited to loss, theft, damage, etc. Internet bidders, be aware that in the case of any internet connection or computer failures, etc. the live auction will proceed as scheduled.