Whenever you purchase a firearm that
you've found on Gun Dealers Online, you can rest assured that your
purchase is backed by the reputation of a Federally Firearm Licensed
Dealer. Every dealer within our site has been verified to ensure
A dealers reputation for value-added services, remarkable reliability
and excellent customer service is their back bone for getting new
customers. Dealers who take care of their customers are ultimately the
ones who succeed and survive in the long-term.
The process for purchasing a
firearm online is quite simple and ensures that firearms do not get into
the hands of under age and prohibited persons.
1) Contact the dealer that is showing the firearm you desire to ensure
that it is still available. This can also be the time that the
transaction terms can be made.
2) Locate someone in your area who has their Federal Firearms License
(FFL). Any gun shop, gunsmith, pawn shop, or gun range operates with
an FFL and can help you out with your transaction.
3) Contact the local FFL holder and tell them you would like to transfer a firearm
from the dealer that has it. Most FFL holders will perform this action for a
nominal fee. If a dealer is unwilling to transfer a firearm for you,
or wants to charge "an arm and a leg" take your business elsewhere.
4) Your FFL holder will send a signed copy of their license to the
dealer that has the firearm.
They can send a signed copy of their license by mail or fax. Faxed copies
are also now acceptable. Always include a note with
the FFL stating your name and the item you have purchased.
**You Can Fax A Signed Copy Of Your FFL. Recent changes by the ATF now allow you to fax a copy of your dealer's FFL directly
to expedite your firearm purchase.**
5) Once they receive the FFL & payment the item
can be shipped to your local FFL holder.
6) Your local FFL holder will be responsible for performing your background
check and adhering to any other state or local laws affiliated with
firearms transactions. If unsure about regulations in your state,
please consult your local FFL. Example: Some states only allow 1
Handgun to be purchased in a 30 Day period; and some firearms are not
legal in some states.
Remember, a firearm can ONLY be shipped to someone who holds a Federal
That is all there is to purchasing a firearm online!
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