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31Jul

Silencers Transfers

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Silencers Transfers

Many of our customers, both on FFL123 and from Dakota Silencer, are always curious about how long the current wait time for silencers is. It’s a very important question in many people’s minds as the sooner is always the better. Here’s our advice: ask questions! Start asking other customers about how long they’ve been waiting or how long they waited (if they already have their silencer). Jump on forums to find out what people across the country are seeing- if times are slowing down or speeding up and …

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31Jul

Make Extra Money with your FFL License

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Make Extra Money FFL License

Once you have your FFL in hand, doors will open to avenues to create a side income. You’ll be able to set up accounts with wholesalers and manufactures directly, thus giving you access to wholesaler pricing. As has been mentioned before, these prices are often around thirty percent lower than retail. Of course, this is no hard and fast rule and you’ll quickly discover that pricing varies from wholesaler to wholesaler.

You don’t have to worry about doing a lot of shopping around though. One of the benefits of using the FFL123.com guide is that the shopping …

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31Jul

FFL License Location

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FFL License Location

Based on our experience with the FFL process, we have come to the conclusion that it is wise to define the perimeters of where your federal firearms license is actually located. When you put down your home’s address as the licensed premises, it is presumed by the ATF that the entire property is the licensed location. They will want to come and see your proposed location, and unless otherwise stated, that could potentially mean your entire house. Furthermore, should an inspection need to be conducted, your entire house could once again be inspected for inventory, bookkeeping records, etc.

However, …

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31Jul

Hours of Operation- FFL License

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Hours of Operation- FFL License

On the ATF application for a FFL license, there is a section which asks the applicant to list the intended hours of operation. Deciding the best hours of operation is ultimately up to you as the FFL holder, but it may be a decision which you find tricky. How many hours are enough? Should you put down hours for every day of the week? Are there any hours you’re not allowed to be open? These are all important questions, all of which are answered in the guide. We’ll help you navigate the waters to decide what …

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31Jul

FFL License Location Specifics

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Home FFL Location Requirements

As has been publicized in most of our online content, FFL123.com was created to help members obtain their home-based FFL license. We continue to do just that on a daily basis with great success, and it accounts for the vast majority of our members. However, we sometimes get asked if this process will also work for those who happen to have a non-residential address, like a commercial address.

The answer is yes! The very same process that is laid out with such care in the guides is also …

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31Jul

FFL – Making Changes

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FFL – Making Changes

One thing we have discovered about our customers and potential customers is that many of them like to move around occasionally. Some may move because they are in the military; others simply end up moving by chance. Either way, a concern that frequently comes up is “what happens if I move?”

Changing location is not as big of a deal as one might believe. Within the guide, we explain the procedure to update your FFL correctly when the address of the license needs to be changed. By following the instructions Brandon has laid out, you will not need …

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31Jul

FFL License Application

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FFL License Application

The application for a federal firearms license is, quite obviously, one of the most important parts of the entire FFL process. It’s likely what brought you here! However, what may not be as obvious is that the application is a little more complex than you may have originally thought. It’s made up of four different parts, each of which needs to be filled out completely and correctly. That’s one of the biggest benefits of becoming a member of FFL123.com!

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31Jul

FFL License Types

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FFL License Types

Before applying for an FFL license, it’s important to know which type is going to suit your needs the best. The different types of licenses allow you to be a ffl dealer of different types of weapons or provide different types of services. And so, without further ado, here are the various types of FFL licenses:

Type 01 FFL – Dealer in Firearms / Gunsmithing (firearms repair)

This license allows you to buy, sell, and repair firearms. This is the most basic of FFL licenses and what you would find most gun shops …

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31Jul

FFL License Experts with Real-world Experience

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FFL License Experts with Real-world Experience

With a quick internet search, you can find “experts” on absolutely every subject. Someone does something once, and suddenly, armed with the power of a witty blog, they know everything there is to know on the subject matter! But obviously, this isn’t true. Otherwise, you’d find thousands of “FFL Experts” (FFL License Experts) all over the place. It takes continuous research and understanding of a subject to truly create an expert in any field.  Just because you have an FFL does not mean you are an expert at helping others get an FFL also.

Our unique …

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31Jul

Why are Class 3 Weapons so Popular Lately?

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Class 3 Weapons so Popular?

You may have noticed lately that there is a boom in popularity of NFA Class 3 weapons (aka silencers, short barreled rifles, and the like). ATF approval wait times have jumped in the past couple of years from a few weeks to about 6 months. But for what reason? Well, it’s difficult to know the exact reasons, and they likely vary by region around the country. Here at FFL123.com, we decided to brainstorm and came up with our own list of why we think NFA weapons have taken …

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