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How exactly does an online gun transaction work?

April 12th, 2013 · 1 Comment · How To Get a FFL FAQ

Question: How exactly does an online gun transaction work?
I am looking to purchase a gun online. When it says that you cannot receive the Firearm directly from the seller and you must go to an FFL holder, does the FFL holder charge you on top of what you already payed for.
I am buying from Able Ammo.

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Answer by Ed Gein 67
Usually the gun is sent to a dealer near you(you can see a list of participating dealers and the price for each) then you make arrangements with the dealer. Tax, price and other costs vary by dealer.

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  • Christopher H

    Unless you hold a Federal Firearms License (FFL) you cannot make such a transaction directly. The online dealer will of course have an FFL. You must provide them with the local FFL holder you wish to work with. The two FFL holders will trade copies of their FFL’s and then the local dealer will purchase the gun.

    When the local dealer has the firearm, he/she will be required to comply with all federal, state, and local laws to then “sell” you the gun. Normally a gun shop is where you find an FFL holder but some individuals have them as well or pawn shops. You are normally charged something for their trouble, just how much depends on the individual FFL holder.

    The cost of getting an FFL is around $ 600 these days and I believe it must be renewed every year so few enough people hold them that are not gun dealers.