I used AuctionArms for years with never a problem. I began using that site and GunBroker about the time both started. Both seem to offer essentially the same services so why one grew bigger than the other I do not know.
GunAuction is a good place to buy and sell just like GunBroker. You will find some of the larger players on both.
I was ripped off by this site. The owner made a bunch of excuses for the fraudulent seller. I never did receive the rifle I paid for. The site changed my negative review into a positive review. According to the forums on that site He changes negative seller reviews often.
LIke all FAQ pages gunauction.com's sucks because the Q I have is never covered with any of them. Unlike all the other sites like Ebay and gunbroker.com, There is only one unique way to get "support", by text, which apparently is never answered, at least they haven't been twice for me. One of my 4 firearms I had up for auction got a bid and now the winner isn't responding, So I start looking into getting a refund for the final valuation and find this unheard of fraudulent policy (well except with cancelled airline tickets ).:
"A Relist Credit is a credit issued to your account at GunAuction.com when the winning bidder did not complete the auction. Relist Credits are for use with future sales at GunAuction.com and Relist Credits ARE NOT credited back to your credit card under any circumstances." one problemo: just as I'm never doing business with JetBlue ever again, Nor am I with Gunaucution.com
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