1. Buying a gun online is safe and legal if you are over the age of twenty-one.
  2. FFL dealer stands for Federal Firearm License. The license is issued by the BATFE also known as The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.
  3. There are many rules and regulations when purchasing a firearm, which is why it is important to go through a FFL dealer. A FFL dealer knows what you can or cannot buy in your specific area. A licensed dealer is given the rights to legally transfer ownership of a gun from one party to another. If you are purchasing your gun online, you will need to identify a local FFL dealer before starting the process.
  4. It’s important to understand the role of a FFL dealer when purchasing a gun online because no online gun store can ship a gun directly to you legally. That is why we ask you to find your local FFL dealer so that your gun will be shipped to a convenient and certified location.
  5. FFL dealers do charge a small fee for pickup.
  6. Purchasing a firearm and owning the firearm are two different processes. It is important to arrange the transfer with your local FFL dealer so that when the gun is ready for pick up the transfer is already made in order for your gun can go home with you.
  7. If you are going to finance your gun online, our team at Gun Financing we try our best to make it easier for you. All we ask of you is to find the gun you’re looking for, select the best payment option for you and to choose your FFL dealer.
  8. When picking up your gun, always inspect the gun thoroughly before accepting the transfer. If you aren’t happy with your purchase we ask that you leave the gun at the FFL dealer so that it can be shipped back and replaced at no cost to you.