Category: Gun Laws

Virginia Gun Laws. Looking to Sell Your Gun in Virginia?

From a report done in May 2019, Virginia ranks fourth in the United States for the number of registered weapons. If you are looking to sell your gun, research can be confusing and privately selling your gun can be a hassle. The easiest, safest and most hassle-free way to sell your gun in Virginia is ...

How to Sell a Gun in North Carolina

Navigating the complexities of North Carolina guns laws can be a real pain. Even with positive intent, failure to interpret gun laws correctly can land you in serious trouble. For those willing to learn about and adhere to the relevant gun laws, we want to help keep you informed about your privileges and responsibilities. For ...

How to Sell a Gun in Georgia

Those of you in Georgia and we here in Nevada are big on state pride. We’re live and let live states that hold our second amendment rights in the highest regard. Georgia, just like Nevada, has plenty of gun shops and gun shows available to sell your guns and gun collections. We’re happy to tell ...

How to Sell a Gun in Ohio

Whether you’re an Ohio gun collector, gun hobbyist or you just have a few extra guns lying around, you might wonder, “Should I sell my guns?” The death of a spouse, inherited belongings, upgrading gun collections and thinning out gun collections are just a few of the reasons why people want to ditch firearms. If ...

How to Sell a Gun in Pennsylvania

We at Cash My Guns purchase new and used guns from hard-working Americans. We’re also a resource for information surrounding the purchase, possession and ownership of guns. We’re not attorneys; we’re firearms enthusiasts that wish to clarify difficult to understand and confusing gun laws. As avid supporters of the second amendment, we do our best ...

How Well Do You Know Florida Gun Laws?

February 14th marks the one-year anniversary of the tragic Parkland shooting in Florida. We at Cash My Guns advocate for gun safety and following gun laws to the T. Our hearts hurt for those affected by the Parkland shooting, and our thoughts are with affected families. Due to the callousness and sheer malice of a ...

What Do You Need to Pawn a Gun & Is It a Good Idea?

We at Cash My Guns know that gunowners can sell, give away, consign or pawn their guns using a number of different means. Gunowners can engage in private party gun sales, surrender unwanted firearms to local law enforcement, sell guns to gun shops, engage in transactions through pawnshops and more. Many believe that pawnshops are the fastest method to get ...

New Jersey New Gun Laws

A restrictive New Jersey gun law passed in June 2018 went into effect on December 10, 2018. Guns and gun magazines that were once legal are now illegal. The possible penalty for breaking this law includes being charged with a fourth-degree felony that can result in 18 months in prison and up to $10,000 in ...

What Is Stand Your Ground Law?

Cash My Guns holds the right to bear arms in the highest regard, but we realize that the laws that govern self-defense while using a firearm can be difficult to understand. Gunowners and non-gunowners alike may wonder, what is stand your ground law? In this article we define in broad terms what these laws do, ...

New York Gun Laws & How To Sell a Gun in New York

New York gun owners are often aware that New York state gun laws can be difficult to navigate. Selling a gun in NY can be a time-consuming burden. Legal gunowners and those that wish to sell a gun in New York needn’t worry, the process can be made easy with the help of a company ...

DC Gun Laws & How To Sell a Gun in DC

Gun laws in Washington D.C. are some of the most restrictive in the country. To make matters worse, residents of D.C. are represented by a delegate in the House of Representatives who cannot vote on the House floor. Further, D.C. residents are not represented in the United States Senate at all. One of the consequences ...

How to Sell a Gun in California

California gun owners, new or longstanding, know that purchasing or selling a firearm in CA can be an expensive hassle and can hold the buyer or seller liable if the transaction is not conducted per state and federal regulations.

The regulatory hoops to purchase a gun in California cannot be avoided outright, but the party shouldering ...