Q: Is this legal?
A: We understand that navigating firearm laws and regulations can be complex, especially given the dynamic and evolving legal landscape across states, counties, and cities. As a licensed FFL dealer based in Texas and serving customers across the lower 48 states (excluding Hawaii and Alaska), we strive to stay informed about the laws and any changes in the areas we serve. However, due to the rapidly changing nature of laws and the existence of local variations, it's challenging to guarantee that we have knowledge of every law in every jurisdiction.
While we make every effort to prevent the shipment of firearms or accessories that are illegal or non-compliant in a particular area, we cannot always guarantee that an order will be caught in time before shipping. We strongly emphasize that it is your responsibility as the purchaser to be aware of the laws governing firearms and accessories in your area before making a purchase.
If you have any doubts about the legality of a firearm or accessory you're considering purchasing, we highly recommend reaching out to the FFL dealer you plan to use for the transfer of ownership. FFL dealers are required by the ATF to stay up-to-date with local laws and regulations and can provide you with accurate information about the legality of a specific item in your area.
Additionally, before selecting an FFL dealer for your firearm transfer, we encourage you to inquire about their willingness to handle the transfer and their associated fees. Pricing for firearm transfers can vary among dealers, as they set their own rates. It's also important to discuss any specific policies or requirements they may have for transfers. Respecting their independence as business owners and open communication will contribute to a smoother transfer process.
We are here to assist you throughout your purchase journey and encourage you to reach out to our customer service team if you have any questions or concerns. Your safety and compliance with the law are our top priorities.