1. What is an FFL ?
A "FFL" is a Federal Firearm License. There are currently over 58,000 FFL holders nationwide. FFL holders are commonly gun stores, pawn shops, and retail sporting goods stores. However, there are also many individuals that hold a FFL. All firearms sold to individuals online must be shipped to a local FFL holder who will then transfer the firearm (via ATF form 4473 and associated background check) to the individual.
2. How do I arrange to have a local FFL handle my transfer?
You simply choose a local FFL from your area, have them email us a copy of their FFL at email@example.com. Please communicate with your chosen FFL prior to completing your purchase with us. You will want to ask for their approval of the transfer as well as their transfer fee.
3. What is the average FFL transfer fee?
The transfer fee varies widely among the FFL holders nationwide, the average fee tends to be between $25-$50. For their exact transfer fee, please contact your chosen FFL directly.
4. Can you ship my firearm direct to me at my home or office?
No, all firearms must be shipped to a verified FFL (Federal Firearm License) holder. The only exceptions are some black powder firearms, and then only to approved states.
5. How do I know if I can legally purchase a firearm?
Before you're able to take possession of your firearm from your dealer you'll be required to pass a background check. This is a fairly simple process. You'll fill out the form 4473 and your dealer will call the information in to FBI NICS. Typically, while your dealer is on the phone he'll receive one of the following responses - approved, delayed, or denied. Please check your state and local regulations as well, several states/locals have additional requirements.
6. Why does my Customer information have to match?
Due to firearm regulations the Customer name must be the intended recipient of the firearm, meaning no one can pick up the firearm but you--the actual purchaser. If this information doesn't match, your order can be delayed or canceled with fees. Simply put, no one can accept transfer of a firearmexcept you, the actual buyer.
7. I just bought a gun from you guys and now the advertised price is less than what I paid. What's up ?
Our website updates every 15 minutes, 24/7, with our distributors current inventory and cost. We do not price our guns manually based on our cost in each, rather we use a live download from manufacturers and distributors to set our price based on our current replacement cost. As our cost changes, the corresponding website price of each make/model will change up/down accordingly. Although our profit margin remains unchanged, our advertised prices will change frequently, sometimes several times per day.
8. Do you accept PayPal?
Yes but only for items that are not firearms, accessories, or ammunition. We do accept Paypal for apparel, custom laser engraved wall décor and items of a similar nature. Paypal refuses to process payments for firearms or ammunition. Per their web site: "We don’t allow PayPal members to buy or sell any kind of firearm, whether it’s in working order or not. The same goes for certain firearm parts and ammunition.
For example, using PayPal, you can’t buy or sell:
Any firearm, including rifles, shotguns, and handguns, whether they’re for sport and recreation, collectibles, or curio or relic firearms.Firearm parts, including but not limited to receivers and frames, silencers, and kits designed to modify guns so that they fire automatically. High capacity magazines, multi-burst trigger activators, and camouflaging firearm containers are other items in this category.Ammunition, including propellants like gunpowder or blank ammunition; ammunition or cartridge cases; and primers, bullets, or propellant powder designed for any firearm."
9. Why are the firearms shipped "within 1 to 2 weeks" of completing my order ?
Our firearms are located throughout our distributors warehouses and may not necessarily be on site physically. We have to wait to get the item from our distributors to ship it out after.
10. Do you guys accept gun trades and/or will you buy my used gun?
No. We are a dealer and we also manufacture custom firearms. As a homebased business we do not have the space or customer base for used guns.
11. I just received my new gun and It looks used, as if it's been fired, what's up?
Many new firearms are test fired at the factory. You may notice residual powder, rotation marks on revolver cylinders, residual cosmoline which sometimes appears to look like rust, etc. All firearms sold as "new" are in fact new in box as received from the manufacturer or distributor and include new manufacturers warranty....no exceptions. We do not test fire any new firearms unless specifically requested by the customer. We do test fire custom builds and gun repairs.
12. Do you ship to California or build California compliant firearms?
No. We do not ship or build firearms to any gun restrictive states.
FAQ last edited: 23 April 2020