What’s is the FFL?
Listing of Federal Firearms Licensees throughout the US.
Why do I need to know my local FFL?
FFL Dealers manage transfer of firearms for purchase. In order to purchase a Firearm you need to have it shipped to an FFL, where they will be able to apply the applicable state laws (ex Background Checks, Taxes Etc.)
Should I contact my FFL Before Purchase?
Yes, It is highly recommended that you contact the dealer before your purchase.
The Federal Firearms Licensing database (FFL) access is provided as a convenience only. We simply link to the searchable database to help you find the closest FFL dealer in your area. The FFL database is updated by the Federal Government and Guns2Ammo is NOT responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.
It is ultimately YOUR responsibility to be aware of the laws in your state regarding the purchase and delivery of firearms, ownership and required licensing and/or registration. FFLs will ship your purchase to the most convenient FFL dealer in your area that YOU choose. Therefore, it is YOUR responsibility and obligation to verify that your chosen FFL dealer is currently in compliance with all Federal and/or state regulations and requirements.
Orders and Shipping
What are the shipping charges?
Shipping charges are by product type and are based on size, weight, etc.
Which payment methods are accepted?
We accept all major credit cards, which are processed through a third party card processor.
How long will delivery take?
Depending on your dealer location and applicable state laws delivery time can vary.
Can you ship to my state?
It is up to you to understand the gun laws of your state. Your best option is to contact your local FFL Dealer to find out.
What exactly happens after I order?
We will contact the dealer of your choice to acquire their licenses information, we will then setup delivery.
Do I receive an invoice when I order?
Yes, you will receive an invoice once your order has been processed.