FFLs See Great Success Selling Firearms on Guns.com
Bob Hritz of Lilly's Tombstone Memories, a brick and mortar gun store located in Tombstone, Arizona, has had great success selling fine vintage firearms on Guns.com.
Hritz was good enough to share his experience with Guns.com recently. He met us at the 2020 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. We explained how we're helping brick-and-mortar gun stores compete in the ever-expanding digital realm. Guns.com has the most competitive performance-based fees, and we don’t collect a commission unless we sell your firearm.
JOHN WAYNE REVOLVER
Hritz thought it sounded pretty good and gave it a go in 2021. He listed five beautiful guns on our site. Since they were so unique and valuable, Guns.com sent a video producer to Tombstone to film five unique videos to help them sell.
This revolver, along with the four other guns, sold within a few weeks.
Thrilled by his success, Hritz is now selling a beautiful Winchester 1873 rifle on Guns.com. Again, we were able to send a video producer to Tombstone to film a special video.
The rifle has the serial number 258259 and was produced in 1888. It was engraved by the famed John Ulrich, the master engraver of Winchester. It has deluxe wood in excellent condition. It is gold plated and sports an octagon barrel. It has a folding rear sight that is completely adjustable for elevation. It also has a folding front peep sight, which was an expensive addition to the gun at the time.
SELLING MADE EASY
If you're a brick-and-mortar gun store looking to boost your sales, give Guns.com a try. Signing up is easy and listing is simple. It doesn't have to be antique guns either. You can list any type of gun. As mentioned, we do not charge a fee until the gun sells. So you can continue to sell it in your shop while it's also listed on Guns.com. It's a win-win situation.