[EXPLAINED] HR 7115 – 3D Firearms Prohibitions Act

[EXPLAINED] HR 7115 – 3D Firearms Prohibitions Act

Q: What does HR 7115 mean? A: HR 7115 is effectively a prohibition on the advertisement of “80% receivers” and AR parts, a requirement that homemade guns be serialized with FFL-assigned serial numbers, and it re-defines certain products as “banned...
FFL License Types

FFL License Types

FFL License Types Depending on the type of firearm business activity you’d like to conduct, you’ll need a particular “type” of FFL license. An FFL is a license that allows the Federal Firearm Licensee (the person/company that has an FFL license) to import, make, or...
ATF Ruling 81-4 – Drop In Auto Sear (DIAS)

ATF Ruling 81-4 – Drop In Auto Sear (DIAS)

Summary: AR15 Drop In Auto Sears (DIAS) manufactured after October 31st, 1981 are considered machine guns and are therefore regulated under the National Firearms Act of 1934. IMPORTANT: Despite this ruling, possession of ANY Drop In Auto Sear along with an AR-15 with...
FFL Number – What it Means and How to Look it Up

FFL Number – What it Means and How to Look it Up

What is an FFL number? An FFL number is a unique identifying number assigned to every Federal Firearms License issued by the ATF.  In addition to identifying FFLs, the FFL number also shares some information about the FFL (like the Type of FFL, the expirations date,...
How Much Does an FFL Cost?

How Much Does an FFL Cost?

How Much Does an FFL Cost?  An FFL costs between $30 and $200 for 3 years. The most common type of FFL, a Type 1 Dealer’s license, has a license cost of $150 for the first three years and $90 to renew your FFL thereafter. There are three main FFL costs to...

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