California has changed thier Proposition 65 Laws to require that we let every California customer that buys a Firearm or Ammunition from us that "This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more Information go to https://www.p65Warnings.ca.gov
We are Registered with the California Dept. of Justice and we will ship any CA Legal Firearm to your CA FFL for you.
If you are Law Enforcement or otherwise Roster Exempt we will be happy to ship any Firearm to you CA FFL for you.
We can not ship any Ammunition to the state of California.
Here is a link to the CA DOJ Roster of CA Legal Handguns.
Q: Can I purchase firearms online?A: Yes, you most certainly can! The process is actually quite simple; just follow these steps:
1) Find the item you want. (Like the many deals posted Here in our Store, for example!)
2) Find an FFL (Federal firearms license) holder to complete the transfer. You can't just have firearms shipped to you; they need to be shipped to an FFL holder where you can pick them up (and complete a federally-mandated background check). Most FFLs will charge a nominal fee for this; prices may vary depending on where you live. ($25 seems to be an "average" price.)
3) Get your FFL to send a copy of his license to the place that has the gun(s) you want. Usually you can do this by e-mail or fax; the website will list ins...
We get alot of questions about buying Semi-Auto AR-15 Rifles in the State of Colorado. It is actually a pretty simple process. Colorado only has a 15 round magazine limit that effects AR-15 sales. So all other Semi-Auto AR-15 Rifle features are legal in our state. If you find an AR-15 Rifle that you like you can purchase it and either have the FFL Dealer keep the standard capacity 20 or 30 round magazine and sell the Rifle to you without a magazine or you can ask your FFL Dealer to swap the factory magazine for a CO legal 10 or 15 round version. Standard capacity magazines that you owned prior to the magazine limit law taking effect are still legal to own and use in the State of Colorado.
You might ask yourself, Why would I go to the trouble of buying my firearm from out of state and having it shipped to me? Or, Why buy from this little local FFL when I can go to one of the huge gun stores in town? I am going to answer this from my personal experiences and opinions. First, a little about me, I have been a competitive marksman and a member of the National Rifle Association since I was 11 years old. I have a passion for firearms, I enjoy learning about them, shooting them and I also personally, legally, carry for personal defense. I read everything I can get my hands on about both the guns and the industry as a whole. I never want to stop learning about this constantly changing industry. I have personally frequented 2 of...