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Buying a Gun from Us
Buying a gun online
Because D4Guns.com handles all the complexities and legalities of buying a firearm, buying a gun on our website isn’t too much different than buying otheritems online. We try to make the process easy and it starts with you finding and evaluating your options. At D4Guns.com we spend a lot of time taking photos and documenting our products to ensure you get a complete digital representation of a firearm. We’ve organized our inventory to make things easy to get to and other search tool to help narrow your search.
What paperwork is involved?
For all firearm sales, the law requires us to ship your purchased firearm to a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer or person. It’s your choice which one you use, you just need to let us know. We do the legwork of determining if the FFL store being delivered to has a valid license and we handle all of the transfer paperwork to make it easy.
D4Guns.com will organize these logistics on your behalf, determining the fastest way for you to receive your firearm.
Taking possession of a firearm
After we take care of the shipping and firearms transfer, it’ll arrive at the local FFL dealer you chose.
Please have a state ID and any other appropriate identification materials when you pickup your firearm at your local FFL gun store. Your local FFL gun store will perform the necessary background check when you arrive to pickup your firearm.
Can I have a gun sent directly to me?
No. Per Federal Law, all firearms must be sent directly to a Federal Firearms License (FFL) gun store. D4Guns.com will make sure that we ship your firearm to a proper FFL gun store that you choose.
What is an FFL?
“FFL” is a Federal Firearm License. There are currently over 58,000 FFL holders nationwide. FFL holders are commonly gun stores, pawn shops, and retail sporting goods stores. However, there are also many individuals that hold a FFL. All firearms sold to individuals online must be shipped to a local FFL holder who will then transfer the firearm (via ATF form 4473 and associated background check) to the individual.
Find an FFL here.
What is an average FFL transfer fee?
Although the transfer fee varies widely among the +58,000 FFL holders nationwide, the average fee tends to be around $25. For their exact transfer fee, please contact your chosen FFL directly.
How age requirements are there to buy a gun?
Federal law allows sales of long guns to persons 18 or older, and of handguns to persons 21 or older.
Do you accept returns?
YES! We have a No-Questions-Asked return policy. Read here for more information.