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Greater Pitt Gun Club

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Dave Peterson, Sep 29, 2004.

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  1. Dave Peterson

    Dave Peterson Member

    Sep 2, 2004
    This clarifies this issue and puts to bed the accusations that Greater Pitt was "breaking a law" by collecting sales tax on an out of State FFL transfer. I felt I needed to start a new thread to bring this evidence to light and exonerate Tex and the club.

    Please find below a disucssion with the PA State Department of Revenue concerning this issue. As you can see I asked for further from the original response to be certain they understood the question.

    Question Reference #040902-000153
    Subject: Sales Tax on Out of State Friearms
    Tax Category: Sales Tax
    Submitted: 09/02/2004 05:27 PM
    Last Updated: 09/21/2004 02:29 AM
    Status: Solved

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    Response (Rachelle) 09/14/2004 03:43 PM

    I consulted with our Office of Chief Counsel, sales tax attorneys, and yes, the transfer is subject to sales/use tax.

    Customer 09/09/2004 01:22 PM
    The firearm was purchased and paid for out of State.
    The Pennsylvania FFL was simply doing the transfer.

    Response (Rachelle) 09/09/2004 12:41 PM

    Did you pay the dealer while you were out of State OR did you pay the dealer in Pittsburgh? Your first question led me to believe that money exchanged hands in PA. If you would clarify that for me, then I will better know how to answer your question.

    Customer 09/08/2004 01:21 PM
    Let me just clarify this. The firearm was purchased out of State. The FFL dealer in PA is simply transferring the firearm ownership,not completeing a pruchase tansaction. Is the FFL dealer in PA still obliged to collect sales tax?

    Response (Rachelle) 09/08/2004 11:21 AM

    Absolutely. The firearm was delivered to a location within the Commonwealth and actually you should have been charged 7% as the purchase took place in Allegheny County.

    Auto-Response (Rachelle) 09/02/2004 05:27 PM
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