I pay them $20 to put in their display case, and when it sells, They take a 10% cut and handle all the FFL paperwork. I brought in three firearms about three months ago; 2 pistols and an AR. The AR and one of the pistols sold within a couple of weeks. The second pistol hasn't moved. It's a S&W M&P40c 1.0 with the manual safety, factory night sights, Apex sear, nice Don Hum IWB leather holster, original box, all mags and paperwork. It shows no wear and has a very sweet trigger. I figured $449.00 was fair. Nobody wants it. Whatever, I figure I'll just keep it. So, I go in to the LGS and tell them I'd like to just get my pistol back and understand that I lose the $20. Not so fast. They tell me that ATF rules require that they do a background check on me before handing me back my pistol. Really? The pistol was purchased through an FFL and I already passed a background check. Sorry, those are the ATF rules, not ours. Fine, I pull out my ID for the check and the guy sees my Washington DL and says they can't transfer a pistol to a WA resident. The store is in Idaho, 15 miles from my house in WA. Now, they say they do all their pistol transfers through their FFL in WA, which costs $25, requires a waiting period, and the local sheriff's office has to sign off on it. Seriously?? I told them that I was going to consult with my dad, the former Chief of Police in the town where the LGS is. He is livid. But, he admits he is not an expert on the current ATF rules for FFLs. Does anybody have any idea if this is legitimate ATF policy?