You can do through OOB if I got your question. Here is the steps:
Specify a Send To destination in the document library where the source files (original versions) are located.
1-Make a note of the URL for the SharePoint library to which you want to be able to copy files.
2-If the library for which you want to specify a Send To destination is not already open, click its name on the Quick Launch.
If the name of your library does not appear, click View All Site Content, and then click the name of your library.
A-On the Settings menu settings menu , click the settings for the type of library that you are opening.
For example, in a document library, click Document Library Settings.
3-Under General Settings, click Advanced settings.
4-In the Custom Send To Destination section, under Destination Name, type a brief name for the destination to which files will be copied. It is helpful to keep this name brief because the name appears after the Send To command on the shortcut menu for the library.
5-Under URL, type the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) for the SharePoint library to which you want to be able to copy files. For example, to copy to a specific document library or to a folder within a document library, type either: http://servername/sitename/libraryname or