There are laws pertaining to the interstate transport of firearms which I intend to follow. This means that in order to get the gun, you will have to have it shipped to an FFL (dealer). They will run a background check (if you can't legally own a gun, don't try this because you will get arrested).
Even though the guns are sold, I needed to ask this:
In our concealed carry class our instructor was a firearms dealer. He made it a clear point to say that PRIVATE sales from a non-dealer to a non-dealer did NOT need to have it background checked. Only dealers selling to a private individual or dealer to dealer needed it checked if it was going across state lines. I'm going to have to look up the laws now, as this has certainly piqued my interest.
BookofNick is right. In Florida, private individuals can buy and sell guns as long you're both residents of Florida. You're also supposed to know that the person isn't a felon. Selling to a felon is illegal. But there is no background check, no registry, nothing.
And also, as was said, most of these guns are no longer available. I can check and maybe one or two might still be on the auction block, but the prices have certainly changed since July of 2011. Also, if anyone needs cleaning stuff (patches, Safari Charlie, etc) or holsters I can still get that stuff to you. I set up a BitPay account and I plan on putting it on my site, but I haven't got around to it. One of the best deals I could give someone local right now is on a gallon of Safari Charlie. I picked it up for a client who ended up not wanting it. It retails for $180 but if someone wants it, I'll do 25btc. It's great for soaking parts and big pieces like suppressors. I'll have to get back to everyone on if I have a gun or two available.