2000 State Route 125
Amelia, OH 45102
Jeffery C Pierce. All are licensed through the Ohio Dept of Agriculture and part of the Ohio Auction Recovery Fund
RESPONSIBILITY OF BIDDERS: Read the descriptions of each firearm carefully. Please personally inspect each firearm on which you intend to bid and form your own opinion of the firearm. All guns are sold as is, where is. We do not test fire each gun and therefore do not guarantee that they will fire correctly. All gun sales are final, in many cases we had to rely on the consignor's description. We offer no, guarantee nor warranty on these firearms. All consignors' names are withheld due to security reasons. As per contract, consignors may not bid on their firearms, nor may they purchase them. If a consignor wishes their "No-Sale" firearm back, they must complete an FBI "NICS" instant check before the gun can be transferred back to them. This is Federal Law.
TAKING POSSESSION OF AN AUCTIONED FIREARM: We absolutely observe all Federal and State gun laws - no exceptions. The same person who registered the bid number must be the one to pick up the firearm(s) at the conclusion of the sale at Auction 360 - no one else is permitted to make the transfer. All gun sales (with the exception of muzzle loaders or antique arms manufactured before 1898 or non-guns) will be subject to the FBI Instant Check - NICS. The only exception is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer or Curio & Relic Collector License holder (guns MUST be on ATF approved C&R list or be 50 years or older) who must present a current, signed copy of a license (OR FAX A COPY). If you are NOT an Ohio resident, you may not take direct possession of a handgun (FFL Dealers may take immediate possession of qualifying handguns) - see next section below. If you are “denied” after your Instant Check, you will pay in full for the Firearm , you will NOT take possession of your weapons and they will remain at Auction 360, and auctioned off at the next available auction, and a check will be mailed to you for whatever the gun brings at that time, minus a the commission fee. If you know you are not supposed to possess a firearm, do not bid at this sale. We strictly adhere to all State and Federal Firearms Laws without exception, so please read carefully. Federal Firearms Laws specify that you must be at least 18 years of age to bid on rifles and shotguns and you must be at least 21 years of age to bid on handguns. You must not be under any disability in terms of owning a firearm to bid.