Dealers found within miles. Choose one below.
REQUIRED INFORMATION for CHOOSING AN FFL DEALER
1) They are open for business and have not moved.
2) Their listed address that we show on file is correct.
3) They accept USPS, FedEx, and UPS with no restrictions.
4) If they use their mailing address for shipments instead of their physical address.
5) They have no objection to drop-shipped firearms from a distributor.
6) Some distributors will NOT drop-ship to a home-based FFL.
7) They will transfer the firearm to you.
8) The firearm is legal to ship to your state/area (or you have approval from your FFL).
Some dealers have closed, some have moved and failed to update their address with us, some will not accept USPS, FedEx, or UPS, and some FFL dealers listed will ONLY accept and transfer firearms for “approved” customers. We do our best to keep these updated, but it's impossible to keep up with 60,000+ FFL dealers and the constant daily changes that occur. It would delay shipments several additional days if we had to verify all of these requirements prior to shipping. We do validate the FFL dealer by checking the ATF database, but just because they are validated, does not mean they will accept your transfer. You should always, regardless of who you purchase a firearm from, verify the required information. You need to know who you are sending a firearm to and what they charge for the transfer. Failure to verify this information could cost you excessive transfer fees, shipping delays, cancellations, restocking fees, and extra shipping charges. We use the least expensive shipping method to offer our low shipping rates. If the dealer does not accept shipments from the carrier we are using, you can elect to change FFL dealers or pay the extra shipping cost by contacting us prior to ordering. We use the FFL dealers's physical address unless you already see that their mailing address is listed as the address on file... otherwise we will need to know by way of your verification that we need to use their mailing address.A All emails should be sent to email@example.com.COPY OF FFL NOTICE: We require a copy of the dealer's FFL license if they are not listed in green. In some cases dealer's listed in green will have an expired FFL and we will need it updated. If you would like to help speed up the process, you are welcome to have them email a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org ... although you are not required to do so. If we are having difficulties retreiving a copy, we will let you know so that you are aware of the delay and can help if you so desire. Dealers in green are those whose FFL copy is already on file with Family Firearms, which typically means we do not need a copy of the FFL, unless it has expired and we haven't received an updated copy. This does NOT necessarily mean we know the dealer, it does NOT mean we recommend the dealer, and it does NOT mean we know any of their transfer or shipping policies. Always verify this information with your FFL dealer. The fact that we may have an updated copy of their FFL does NOT mean we will remember notes about any transfer and shipping requirements they may have noted on their FFL. We do not physically inspect every FFL copy before we ship firearm orders.
If your FFL dealer uses their mailing address instead of their premises address for shipping, or if they have restrictions for USPS, UPS or FedEx, we MUST be notified in advance, BEFORE you place the order. Failure to do this will result in your package being returned and you will incur additional shipping charges. We cannot use an address if it is NOT listed on their FFL.
Please do not assume that we will see a note on an FFL copy that states shipping requirements or restrictions. Please advise us by email of these requirements and restrictions. This has to be done BEFORE we ship the firearm, not after it's too late.