Outfitting you with the perfect firearm

Purchasing a Firearm

In order to buy a handgun, you must be 21 years of age. For long gun purchases you must be 18 years of age.

According to Federal Law, all firearms must be shipped to the holder of a current Federal Firearms License (FFL). Therefore, we are unable to ship directly to customers but are able to ship to a local FFL holder.

Stephen Parnell

From assisting in the sale of an older gun to keeping you up to date on the latest in firearm technology and products, Stephen is here to help make sure your gun collection is top-notch. 

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Steps to Purchasing a Firearm


First and foremost, make sure that the firearm you wish to buy is legal in your state. State laws differ to varying degrees. Please make sure that you are not in violation of any of the laws of your state before purchasing.


We will need to have a copy of a Federal Firearms License (FFL) for the address that we will be sending to in[hand before shipment. Holders of FFLs vary from retail gun stores to pawn shops to gun clubs. Normally you can contact someone locally and arrange for them to either mail or fax (251-473-3035) us a copy of their license. We will be happy to assist you as we have several thousand FFL dealers on file. We recommend that you contact the dealer personally as fees and policies vary.


Once the FFL dealer shipment has been arranged, we will send your firearm to your dealer and supply you with a tracking number.


When your firearm has been delivered, you will go to the FFL to complete the registration paperwork. Before registering the gun, make sure that you inspect the gun and find everything to your liking. By completing the registration process, you are taking ownership of the firearm and asserting that it arrived as described in store or over the phone.