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I can answer questions regarding FFL transfers, purchasing firearms online or through auctions sites, out of state transfers, purchasing NFA items. PLEASE read Instructions to Questioner section so your question will not be rejected. I offer no legal advise.

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NRA,, International Defensive Pistol Association, Glock Sport Shooting Foundation


Type 01 Federal Firearms License Dealer, Class 3 SOT, Licensed Small Arms Dealer, business owner.

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Recent Answers from Michael T.

2015-09-18 Buying a gun:

Hi Mitchell, The process of purchasing a firearm online goes like this:    1. Find the firearm you want from a FFL dealer (online or not). If the FFL dealer is out of state then it must be transferred

2015-09-17 certified Cresent 410 with 12 1/4 " barrel:

Because the barrel length is less than 18 inches, it is considered a short barrel shotgun and must comply with National Firearms Act. You should remove the barrel now and keep it separate from the receiver

2014-11-19 rock river lar-8 bullit buttons:

Sorry I took so long to respond. This site isn't as active as it used to be. To answer your question, you can purchase one from Golden State Tactical. It's call ROCK RIVER LAR-8 BULLET BUTTON GEN 2 $45

2013-03-07 hunting rifle:

This is from the ATF website:    <i>The Gun Control Act (GCA) makes it unlawful for certain categories of persons to ship, transport, receive, or possess firearms. 18 USC 922(g). Transfers of firearms

2013-01-21 Shipping a gun:

Hi, To answer your question, no he cannot use FedEx to mail you a firearm. The firearm must be shipped to a Federal Firearms License dealer in Mesa AZ who is willing to accept the transfer from a non-licensee


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