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FFL or Federal Firearms License is something that gun dealers have to have before they can sell or transfer a gun to you. Every gun dealer has one or more depending on the types of guns they sell. If you are buying a gun, you’ll be visiting an FFL holder and filling out some paperwork for a background check. Some states may also require additional paperwork for certain types of guns.
Many FFL holders are willing to handle the transfer of guns purchased online for a reasonable fee that covers their time and effort to deal with all the paperwork and other labor. For some, it is an important part of their business. Nobody can be in the business of selling guns unless they have an FFL, and all FFL holders have to perform mandated background checks before they can sell you a gun.
Right now, 42 states allow ownership of silencers and of those 40 allow silencers to be used for hunting. Even though silencers are federally registered, require fingerprinting, and a $200 tax, a few states still outright ban their ownership. Not surprisingly, they are major anti-gun states like California, New York, Illinois, and New Jersey. Nearly every other state allows their ownership and use in hunting.
Because silencers can be transported from one legal state to another without extra paperwork to the ATF, they are increasingly popular with hunters who may travel to another state for hunting. Silencers are also popular on home defense guns to protect the hearing of homeowners who might have to use the gun in self defense. This use is not restricted in any silencer legal state.
The cost of an FFL transfer depends on the dealer and how much work they are putting into it. Some dealers charge $50 or even more to transfer a single gun, while some charge much less. In many areas the average seems to be around $20-30, but it can vary.
The cost of an FFL transfer is usually based on if the dealer even wants to handle that kind of transaction, how much competition there is for the service, and how much work they have to put into the transfer. Remember, FFL holders have to do all sorts of paperwork on every gun they do a transfer on and this is reflected in the cost of the transfer. Transfers are also a great way for small home based FFL’s to make extra income without having to invest in inventory.
Not all states require gun registration. Fewer require that you register a specific carry gun. If you live in a state that doesn’t require registration, then this question simply doesn’t apply to you. States that do require registration will have their own unique rules that you need to confirm with a legal professional or other expert.
However, even if you can, it probably isn’t a good idea to carry a gun that isn’t yours in most cases. In an emergency or when hunting or sport shooting, you are likely to have the chance or need to use or carry a gun that belongs to a friend or family member, but for day-to-day use, it’s best to carry your own gun. Not only do you avoid the risk of damaging or losing somebody else’s gun, you might protect them from a vicious prosecutor or lawyer if you have to use the gun to protect yourself.
There is absolutely no restriction on how many guns a person can own. Well, other than the limits of your wallet and gun safe! You can own one gun or you can have many guns. Most Americans own more than one gun for various reasons. Some people have different guns for hunting, target shooting, self defense and collecting. In fact collectors might have hundreds or even more guns. Target shooters might have multiple guns for different kinds of shooting. Hunters even have multiple guns for different kinds of hunting.
If you inherit guns you might start building up a collection of heirloom guns too. If you carry a gun for self defense you might have two or three in different sizes or just because you like the caliber or design. The point is that there is no limit on how many guns you can own, and we like that!
A “Class 3 Firearms License” is a slightly incorrect way of talking about the Class 03 SOT (Special Occupancy Tax) that some FFL holders can pay to get into the business of manufacturing and selling NFA items like silencers or short barrel rifles. Some people think you need this license to own silencers or other NFA items, but that isn’t true.
A Class 3 SOT is a commercial license and is a requirement for the business that sells you a silencer. If you are buying a silencer, short barrel rifle, shotgun or similar, you just need to find a dealer who can sell it you, pay for a tax stamp and submit registration paperwork to the ATF. You won’t get any sort of special license, just approved registration paperwork from the ATF once your application is approved.
The idea of Class IV (or any other class number) weapons is mostly born out of video games and movies. There are ATF weapons classification types, but few people refer to them in regular conversation. They exist mostly for the purpose of regulating and licensing the import, sale and manufacturing of different kinds of guns and weapons. Of course, some weapons must also be registered with the ATF.
Surprisingly enough, it is possible to own Class IV weapons, as they just require registration and a tax stamp. Collectors of rare and unusual weapons, some types of security contracting firms, manufacturers and people who sell to law enforcement and government all handle and own different kinds of Class IV weapons. Many historical arms from both World Wars would be Class IV weapons, as would many modern devices.
Outside of gun industry licensing for manufacturing and dealing firearms, few people discuss “classes” of weapons. Generally speaking, you have guns that are regulated by the National Firearms Act (machine guns, short barrel rifles and shotguns, silencers, destructive devices and similar things) and guns that are not. NFA items need a special Class 03 license to sell. However, the ATF classifies any rifle made in the US that isn’t an NFA item as Class II.
Unless made into a short barrel rifles, AR-15’s are not treated any differently by the ATF than any other modern firearm. There is no real need to discuss the “class” of an AR-15 as it’s either an NFA item or it isn’t. Some states sadly have restrictive laws that use technologically inaccurate terminology like “assault weapon” to classify guns based on cosmetic and other simple design features.
Many years ago, Amazon allowed the sale of things like black powder gun kits, but those days are long gone. Amazon does not allow the sale of guns or ammo, and does not sell them. Gunbroker is a popular online gun sales and auction website.
If you are looking to buy a gun online, be aware that in most cases you’ll still have to transfer it through an FFL. If you live in a state that allows face to face private party sales, you can sometimes arrange purchase through the internet. Legal private party sales are usually conducted on gun owner forums or similar websites. FFL holders will charge a small fee to handle transfers of online purchases. This covers the cost of time involved in paperwork, processing the gun and of course some profit for their time and labor.
Of course you can. While local and state laws may restrict the types of guns you own, or even mandate some form of storage of guns, it is perfectly legal to have a gun in your home. No place in the United States bans keeping a gun in your home.
If you are unsure about any laws around keeping a gun in your home, you should check with a competent legal professional. Talk to a state gun rights organization or ask local law enforcement to show you the applicable laws for your state. Your local FFL holder also should be able to help you with gun storage laws where you live. Again, it is not illegal to keep a gun in your house.
There is no federal requirement to have an FFL if you are just selling small arms ammunition. Some states may require additional licensing or permissions to sell ammo, but there is no federal requirement. FFL’s are for selling guns or manufacturing activities. Since ammo isn’t a gun, and if you aren’t making it, you don’t need an FFL to sell ammo.
If you are manufacturing ammo, you’ll need an 06 FFL which permits you to make and sell most types of ammo, except armor piercing or other restricted types of ammo. This is popular with people who want to make and sell match grade or special hunting ammo, or do bulk loading or reloading on a commercial level. If you want to manufacture ammo for commercial sale, our FFL123 kit will help you get the correct FFL for the business you want to run.
Only a few states require guns be registered. Many people think all guns are registered everywhere, and talk of gun registration as a universal fact when that is simply not the case. Most states have no gun registration requirements and no ready way of tracking gun ownership.
If your state does not require registration of gun ownership, then you can have whatever legally acquired guns in your home that you want. If you live in a state that requires registration, then you have to follow appropriate state or local regulations concerning registration. What registration is, and when you have to register a gun will vary from state to state. You’ll need to check with local law enforcement or a skilled firearms lawyer to find out about gun registration requirements in your state.
Nope! Class 3 licenses are for dealers and manufacturers of NFA items, not private owners. No license is needed to buy a suppressor, but you do have to pass an extensive background check and pay a $200 for a tax stamp. Some people confuse the registration with getting a special license.
The most common tool for handling suppressor and other NFA firearm ownership is to form a NFA gun trust. When you put your suppressor or other NFA item in the name of a trust, you can add other people to that trust and let them take possession of your NFA item if you choose, and ease estate planning and inheritance of NFA items like suppressors. But there is no requirement at all to have a special license or FFL in order to own a suppressor or other NFA guns.
FFL holders are in business, which means they don’t give away their services for free. Different FFL’s will have different rates for different services. These rates vary based on local demand and competition, and the amount of work that goes into the service.
The most common service FFL holders offer is that of transferring guns. Because all online gun purchases have to go through an FFL for a background check, most FFL holders will handle those transfers for a fee. Some charge a flat rate, others by the gun. Some charge more for guns that might come with extra state paperwork like handguns. Some don’t handle transfers at all. In states that prohibit face to face private sales, FFL’s also perform background checks for those transfers and charge a variable fee for it.
Other than the special collector’s license, making money is literally the reason to have an FFL. FFL holders must be engaged in the business of selling firearms, and that means the potential to turn a profit, even big profits is there. With the rise of online sales, there is more demand than ever for FFL’s to handle the required background checks those sales need.
There are many ways to make money with your FFL. Some small home based FFL holders just do transfers from online purchases by appointment. Other FFL holders manufacture machine guns and silencers for government and authorized private sales. Others deal in guns out of a storefront, or are licensed gunsmiths. There are several ways you can make money with an FFL, and FFL123 can match the right FFL for your business plans.
An FFL is not a concealed pistol license. It is a federal license that depending on the type of license allows you to sell, manufacture or acquire guns for a personal collection. It gives no authority to carry a gun. Some states may allow persons who deal in guns to carry a weapon when going directly to or from a gun show or similar event, but this varies by state and is not broad permission to carry a concealed weapon based on having an FFL.
If you want to carry a weapon for self defense, you’ll need to check with local law enforcement for the appropriate laws. Some states no longer require a permit to carry, while others make it nearly impossible to get a concealed carry permit. You should never rely on an FFL as permission to carry.
That’s a tough one to answer as there is no hard and fast rule for markups. Market demand, price paid, and competition all impact how much markup you can apply to a gun. A new gun bought from a distributor will have less of a markup than a used gun bought for pennies on the dollar at an estate sale.
Typically markups of 10-35 percent are common on new guns. Used guns may have a higher markup, or they may not if there is demand for it and the owner is unwilling to sell for much below common retail. Sometimes you can accept guns on consignment and take a fee for selling it which again changes on type of gun and market demand. Manufacturers will have a suggested retail price or even minimum price you can advertise, but they are all suggestions and you can adjust your markups based on what will turn you the most profit.
That’s a difficult question to answer and one we wish didn’t have to be asked. Different states have different gun laws and some are more strict than others. For instance, some states restrict the capacity of magazines and types of guns you can own based on cosmetic features, while others have no such restrictions. Washington state considers a semi-auto .22 rifle an “assault weapon” and imposes additional background checks and age restrictions. California would not impose the same restrictions for the same gun, however both states have severe restrictions on gun rights.
The strictest states, like Illinois, impose licensing just to own guns and also ban guns based on cosmetic and style features. They also restrict the capacity of magazines. But it’s pretty tough to say “this state is strictest” because each combination of gun laws impacts different people differently.
Not at all! FFLs are only for the purpose of manufacturing or selling guns. There is a special collector’s FFL that makes it easy to get collectible guns but it isn’t required to own guns. You do need to have the services of an FFL holder if you are buying guns online or out of state so that they can be legally transferred to you.
FFL holders can use their license to acquire guns for their private use aside from their regular business activities, but anyone can still buy guns without holding an FFL themselves. If you buy guns online or out of state, simply find a local FFL holder to handle the transfer for you. If you want to be able to buy collectible guns without doing transfers for each one, just get a C&R license, but again there is zero requirement to have an FFL just to own a gun.
Yes, you do. Gunsmiths are licensed to take in guns for repair, modification or other work, and because of that need an FFL. The proper FFL for gunsmiths is the 01 FFL. This FFL also permits selling and transferring firearms. Even if you aren’t dealing in guns, you’ll still need an FFL if you are a gunsmith.
Because gunsmiths have to maintain records on the guns they take in to do work on if they keep the gun to the next business day. Same day modification and repairs do not have to be recorded though. If you want to get an FFL to be a gunsmith, you need to make sure you aren’t doing what the ATF would consider manufacturing instead of repairs. Some types of modifications or services are considered manufacturing and would require a different form of FFL. The FFL123 kit can help you determine which FFL is right for your gunsmithing business.
A Type 01 FFL is the FFL for gunsmiths. It allows a person to not only deal in guns but take them in for repair. Even if you don’t plan to deal in guns, you’ll still need an 01 FFL. With the 01 FFL however, you can expand your business to include things like transfers from online purchases which can help your bottom line with little extra work.
Gunsmiths also need to make sure they have all the proper local and state business licenses and that their zoning is proper for doing business. The ATF will not grant an FFL to somebody who is not properly licensed to do business, or who can’t get a local business license for their location. The FFL123 licensing kit will walk you through all these steps and help you make sure you are fully prepared to apply for and get your 01 FFL for gunsmiths.
Well, almost anyone can. Obviously there are some restrictions. Persons who are felons or who can’t legally own a gun will not be approved for an FFL. Basically, anyone who can own a gun and is over 21 years of age can get an FFL.
You may still face some hurdles even if you meet the basic legal qualifications to get an FFL. The ATF doesn’t give FFL’s out to all who apply. Instead, you have to still have a good reason for applying and be able to prove it. Other than the 03 for collectors, all FFL holders have to be engaged in commercial activity. So even though you can still acquire guns for your personal use with an FFL, that can’t be the main reason for having an FFL. As long as you have proper business licenses, have no legal restrictions and can show that you are in the business of selling guns, you can get an FFL.
You certainly can! While small home based FFL’s have been a popular target by anti-gun politicians who try to restrict the sale of guns, home based FFL’s are more common than ever before. There is no size requirement to have an FFL, nor a requirement that you operate out of a designated commercial storefront. The ATF only cares that you are in compliance with regulations and engaged in the business of selling firearms.
You may have local restrictions about commercial activities out of your home but in nearly all cases those can be handled for small, part-time businesses. FFL123 offers personalized services and support to help small FFL businesses work with local government on zoning and licensing issues to help ensure that you can run the home based business you want.
Yes they can! In fact, every business starts with an individual with a vision and dream. Many people looking to get an FFL just want to run a small part-time home based business and can get an FFL for that purpose. Many of our customers are individuals looking to start their own business and we specialize in helping them get an FFL that suits their needs.
There is no requirement for business size, or specific amount of sales or transfers to have an FFL. As long as you are actively engaged in the business of making or selling firearms, you can get an FFL, no matter if you operate out of a spare room by appointment, or if you are building a multi-million dollar manufacturing facility. FFL123 has a handy kit that will guide you step by step through the process of getting your individual FFL.
There are many different types of FFLs. They cover everything from a simple dealer’s and pawnbroker’s license, to complex licenses for importing and exporting military grade munitions. There are also FFLs for collectors, manufacturers of non NFA items, manufacturers of NFA items, and still others. Collectors who don’t want to deal in guns and only want to be able to easily buy vintage and antique arms opt for the 03 Curio and Relics license that lets you buy certain guns without transferring them through your local dealer.
Probably the most common type of FFL is the 01 for dealers and gunsmiths, though it is losing popularity. More popular is the Class 07 FFL that lets you do everything an 01 can do, but also manufacture firearms. FFL123 can help you choose which FFL is right for your business needs, and help you easily apply for it too.
The Class 7 FFL is for manufacturing and dealing firearms. So if you want to assemble custom firearms, or simply build AR style rifles from parts and machine out your own receivers, you’ll need a Class 7 FFL. It costs $150 every three years and is fairly inexpensive. There is also an initial $150 application fee that covers your first three years of licensing.
However, depending on what kinds of guns you are manufacturing, there may be more fees. Certain government laws that regulate the export of guns require registering and paying an annual fee to the State Department. The good news is, if you are making common commercially available guns, you don’t have to worry about this. Learn more about this here. Basically as long as you aren’t making uncommon, non commercially available military arms you’ll have no other fees.
There is a bit of confusion between a Class 03 FFL for Curio and Relics and a Class 03 Special Occupancy Tax (SOT) for manufacturers and dealers of NFA items. Often people are referring to the Type 03 SOT when they say Class 3 FFL.
The Class 03 SOT is a special license and tax for businesses engaged in the manufacturing and/or dealing of NFA items like silencers, machine guns and short barrel rifles or shotguns. This is a must have if you want to enter the financially lucrative world of selling silencers and other NFA items. Some Class 03 holders even make and sell machine guns to law enforcement and other government agencies, or use it to prototype new inventions.
A Class 3 FFL or more properly a Class 3 Special Occupancy Tax (SOT) is a very popular license. It allows you to manufacture and deal in NFA items like machine guns and silencers. It is a surprisingly inexpensive FFL to get considering how powerful it is and what it lets you do.
To get a Class 3 license, first you need to have a Type 1 FFL. A Type 1 FFL costs $200 to apply and $90 every three years. Your Class 3 license will be another $500 per year on top of what it will cost you to keep your Type 1 FFL active. You may have other costs associated with local and state business licenses, insurance, or other business related fees. However, the Federal fees are fairly inexpensive and do not pose a real burden on the FFL holder.
The answer to that is no, they do not. Amazon prohibits the sale of ammunition and most gun parts on their platform. You can find some gun parts, accessories and reloading tools on Amazon but that is it. They ban the sale of parts for so-called “assault weapons” but do sell optics, tools and some other common gun parts.
If you want to buy guns and ammo online, you still have to comply with local and federal laws about gun and ammo purchases. This means you’ll still have to do a background check from a local dealer for a gun purchase bought on GunBroker or a similar website. Some areas require background checks or special licenses to own ammunition too. If you have an FFL, handling transfers from online purchases is an increasingly important source of income and a good way to build your business.
Gun permit laws vary by state. Some states require a permit just to own guns, others only require them to carry a concealed pistol. Some states allow pistols to be carried without any sort of permit at all! Depending on where you live and the kind of permit you need, you may have to take training classes, or simply submit a set of fingerprints and pay a fee.
When in doubt, check with a reputable local or state gun organization, or with local law enforcement. Typically permits are issued by your sheriff’s department or police depending on where you live. Some areas may even require special permits to own certain types of guns. A few states go as far as to require a special permit or license just to own a gun. You can learn more about gun permits and licenses here.
Major sporting goods retailer Cabela’s is located all over the US, and sells a large quantity of guns. Of course people wonder if they do FFL transfers, and the answer is yes. However, like with any big retailer, custom services like this can be time consuming. Often you have to either schedule a time to do the transfer or you may have to stand in a very long line with other customers and deal with staff members that are too busy. This makes a simple sounding transfer become a lengthy process.
Take note, almost any FFL holder in the business of selling guns can do transfers as well. Many small FFL holders find transfers to be an easy and lucrative source of income that takes little time and requires holding no inventory.
The idea of a “class 5 weapon” comes from the movie “The Purge.” It is a purely fictional concept, and there simply is no such thing as a “class 5 weapon.” But people keep looking for them, logically thinking some authenticity went into elements of the film. It is likely the term was invented to sound authentic, while suggesting a world where new categories of weapons had been created.
The ATF does define four classes of weapons – Class I are imported rifles, handguns and shotguns. Class II are rifles, pistols, shotguns and silencers made in the USA. Class III weapons are things like machine guns, sawed off shotguns and short barrel rifles made anywhere in the world. Class IV weapons are things like destructive devices, grenades and similar weapons.
You can do a lot of things with an FFL depending on what type you have. For instance a Type 07 license allows you to manufacture guns, while other types let you import different kinds of guns, or simply more easily buy vintage collectible firearms.
One popular aspect of having an FFL is the fact that you can purchase new guns at wholesale prices for yourself alongside your retail sales. In fact, you can save up to 30 percent or sometimes more when you buy guns wholesale from distributors or importers. For small part time FFL holders and gunsmiths, this “perk” of the business is an important consideration. Other types of FFL’s, when combined with a special occupancy tax even let you build silencers and machine guns!
An FFL 03, or Type 03 FFL, or Curio and Relics (C&R) license is a special license for gun collectors. Unlike most FFL’s which are for dealers, gunsmiths, manufacturers and importers, the Type 03 FFL is intended to make gun collecting easy.
With a Type 03 FFL, you can have guns classified as curios and relics shipped directly to you, without having to go through a regular FFL dealer for the transfer paperwork and background check. This lets you build a collection of old guns with less hassle and paperwork, and sometimes even buy them direct from wholesalers and importers at less than retail cost. Many popular guns are classified as C&R’s including all guns 50 years old or older. Some restrictive states may still require certain types of C&R guns be transferred through a dealer.
FFL stands for Federal Firearms License. There are several different types of FFL’s which allow you to sell, manufacture, import or even acquire collector’s guns more easily. FFL’s are usually described by the type number assigned to them by the ATF. For instance a Type 01 license is the most common, and is for basic gun dealing and gunsmithing, while a Type 07 lets you manufacture and sell guns.
FFL’s are required for anyone who sells guns commercially. You can get an FFL for a home based business, and many FFL holders are just small part time concerns ran out of a spare bedroom or a garage. We are happy to work with you to figure out what FFL is right for your business needs, and with our FFL123 kit, you can get your FFL as quickly as possible!
Create a side income from home to make extra money in this tough economy. Also, Save 30% on your guns & ammo! Eliminate those FFL transfer fees and hassles. Enjoy the freedom to buy and sell guns as you please. Plus, having an FFL License may protect you from future gun laws that may restrict the rights of unlicensed persons.
The application fee is based on the type of license that you apply for. (There are eight types of FFL licenses.) The fees range from $30 to $200 and covers the first 3 years. Yes, the ATF will take a credit card on the application. The FFL renewal cost is $90 every 3 years afterward (which is only $30 per year). It’s a wise and cheap investment.
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No, a storefront is NOT required if you follow the processes in my kit. In fact, I started all my FFL Licenses & Class 3 FFL’s at my home address. Yes, renting from an apartment is fine, too!
My guide will cover this in great detail, and I will explain how you are not required to modify your home. Even cover FFL location changes if you decide to move.
Yes, the guides contain all of that information.
No, a safe is not required by ATF and I explain in my guide how to keep from purchasing a safe.
Yes! Wholesalers will sell all the above items (tax-free!) after you have an FFL License. I will serve as a reference through my other firearms businesses to help you set up relationships and tell you which ones have best prices, payment terms, and selection.
Internet! Post an auction on GunBroker.com. Once the item sells and you get paid, then order item directly from wholesaler. Item normally arrives in 1 to 2 days, then ship item to customer’s FFL dealer in their home state.
Wholesaler won’t require their money until 30 to 120 days. Easy money with very little paperwork. Gun shows can be profitable as well. This is just one example; there are more in my kit.
No. In fact, I only order once the customer has paid me (yes, cash in hand) before I order their gun. I cover how in my kit.
Yes, my kits will help you overcome this tough obstacle. I currently have wholesaler relationships with 30 plus firearms wholesalers/manufacturers from my home. Each wholesaler and manufacturer requires an industry reference to apply for an account; I can serve as a reference through my firearms business, Dakota Silencer.
There are eight types of FFLs. They are Type 01, 02, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, and 11. My guide covers ALL those listed. The Class 02 and Class 03 FFL License are covered in my combo package. In my guides, you will learn exactly what type of FFL to apply for based on your needs. I will recommend the opposite of what Type you might expect, I learned the hard way and you can learn from my mistakes.
Yes, my kit covers the pre-work in great detail. This area has become a key focus for ATF to ensure the pre-work is completed correctly prior to applying.
Key point to consider; if ATF denies your FFL application the first time, you have to explain why you were rejected in great detail if you apply again. A failed attempt will basically be used against you later, so doing it correctly the first time is critically important. My guides walk you through the entire ATF process BEFORE you apply, significantly reducing a chance your application will be denied. My guides will help you identify local or state issues specific to your local area and help you approach the application process correctly. If you don’t do it correctly… your application will be doomed for failure, doomed to more red-tape, or doomed to unneeded delays. I have read a lot of information about obtaining an FFL on the Internet and almost all of it is outdated and completely wrong.
I quickly decided when I started this process… when I need an electrician, plumber, or a mechanic, I hire one. I used the same logic when deciding to apply for my FFL from home. I heard all the stories and obstacles and decided to seek help to improve my chances of approval. Honestly, this kit was created mainly because the help I obtained was not accurate, not enough insight or expertise, not personal, not updated, and even sent me in the wrong direction; which required me to start over. The plan with my FFL kit was to create a better, more thorough, inclusive kit and stick behind it with a 150% money back guarantee to give the buyer solid confidence in my processes. My customers give me feedback constantly and I update and enhance my kits each day over several years now.
I have never had a customer say this was not a very wise investment after getting their FFL. I take great pride in this fact and will work hard to please each customer to exceed their expectations.
No, a concealed carry permit is a state issued permit. This is a Federal License. It makes no difference if you already have your State concealed carry permit and will not speed up the approval process.
Getting it done before the government makes drastic changes to the process. I make it easy and I even guarantee your results! Let’s partner together and get it done! You have been thinking about doing this for years… pull the trigger and act now!
Yes. This meeting is just as important as the FFL application itself. It is truly a meeting face-to-face at your address for the FFL License. The ATF needs to ensure that you understand the federal laws governing firearms sales. This can be a difficult meeting. After learning from my kit, you will know what to expect and will be well prepared. I help you get approved by telling you exactly what to expect at this meeting and how to answer their questions or concerns. This is a major benefit of purchasing my guide. I consider this Step 4 in my approval process, preparing for ATF meeting. My kit often cuts this meeting time in 1/2, saving you and ATF time.
Not true, my kit covers everything needed to get your Home FFL approved.
According to Federal law, the ATF must contact you within 60 days of ATF processing your payment. They will set up the ATF interview at that point. More details related to entire approval process are outlined in the guide.
You can buy, make, sell, and transfer all NFA items like machine guns, silencers, explosives, and other destructive devices. Most popular reason is to buy or make machine gun dealer samples, much cheaper than buying a $10,000 machine gun, make one! You can buy NFA items without having to pay the $200 tax stamp for each item. You can save thousands of dollars that other people have to pay. As a firearms dealer, you will make a lot more selling silencers than just firearms alone.
Daily, with my very active customer base and many former customers who have an FFL, I am always adding new updates, feedback, and suggestions to make the guides even better. All guides have been professionally reviewed by lawyers, accountants, several copy editors, and current FFL license holders to ensure highest quality.
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My father-in-law has had an FFL License for over 40 years based within his pharmacy. I witnessed first-hand how easy and cheap it is to order guns directly from wholesalers and manufacturers. I quickly learned that having my own FFL was the way to go! I really enjoy varmint hunting and wanted easy access to cheaper ammo, nice varmint rifles, and high-end rifle scopes . My father-in-law said it would be impossible to get an FFL from my home…
Guess what? I did it, and I can show you how to do it too!
The local gun shop charges 15% over MSRP and make a killing. They have a modern day monopoly. Margins are much higher selling silencers and this part-time/Internet business model worked really well when I first started. I now sell silencers full time wholesale and retail via the Internet. I can get a silencer shipped the same week to me. Without the license, you will have a 6 to 9 month wait.
Most of my customers state that the process went from 20 to 30 hours of work down to only 1 to 2 hours, simply by following my 5 step-by-step instructions and insights. Again, you can feel confident that you’ll do it correctly the FIRST time. You will know what to expect and how to respond accordingly.
I have helped many thousands of gun owners in all 50 states. I promise you, there is no need to call me and ask about your specific location or “unique” situation… I have seen and heard every possibility and my guide has succeeded, no matter the challenge.
I have a learned skill and acquired expertise, and I look forward to working with you. My solution is results guaranteed, and you will spend less time on your end.
The People should be in control, not the Government. I enjoy helping others and it brings me great satisfaction helping a gun owner gain access to an entirely new world and freedom. I barely break even with all the expenses of this business and the time spent answering so many emails. But it creates a great deal of self-satisfaction. I have also been able to justify all the expenses of this website (to my wife ) because I am building a network of FFL dealers to sell my private label silencers. I am passionate about helping others navigate through the government’s maze of bureaucracy. A maze which the government hopes will scare you away, but which I simplify and make easy. My mission: every gun owner has an FFL License and can buy and sell guns as they please!