Home-Based FFL Guide

Contrary to popular belief, getting a home based FFL is perfectly legal, easy to do, and very common. Unfortunately, there are many myths about getting a home based FFL from the BATF. Myth #1: The ATF doesn’t allow home-based federal firearms licenses. You can absolutely be an FFL dealer as a home-based business. Myth #2: […]

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NFA Gun Trusts

Gun Trust Guide [2021] Everything You Need to Know about NFA Trusts

Many people looking to purchase NFA Firearms wonder if they should put the guns into a special kind of trust called an NFA Gun Trust. As you’ll see below, we don’t think using a regular firearms trust is worth it anymore. Sure, there was a time when a gun trust was a smart idea for […]

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Electronic 4473 Storage (Digital FFL Records)

When a customer purchases a firearm from a Federal Firearm Licensee (FFL), the firearm must be “transferred” to the customer using a federal form provided by the ATF called the “Firearm Transaction Record” or ATF Form 4473. If you’ve ever purchased a firearm from a gun dealer, the 4473 is the form you filled out […]

FFL License Types

FFL License Types – Which FFL Should You Get? [2021]

There a different types of FFL to choose from. Make sure you understand which FFL type is best for you.

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How Long Does it Take to Get an FFL?

When you’re trying to decide whether you should get a federal firearms license (FFL), one of the things you may wonder about is how long it’s going to take the ATF to approve your FFL application, and give you a federal firearms license. This is a fair concern, especially when dealing with the ATF. After […]

ATF Form 3 (5320.3)

ATF Form 3

Depending on whether you want to make, buy, or sell an NFA firearm, there is an ATF Form that must be used. This is because, in most cases, the ATF must approve the making, selling, and/or buying of NFA firearms, those firearms regulated under the National Firearms Act (e.g. silencer or suppressor, short barreled rifle […]

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How to Get an FFL in West Virginia (WV): 2021 Dealers Guide

A growing number of people across the nation want to serve the general public as Federal Firearms License (FFL) holders. FFL dealers are permitted by federal law to handle the selling and distribution of firearms and ammo. There are just a few requirements to follow to get your FFL in West Virginia. At Rocket FFL, […]

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4 Steps to Get Your FFL in Pennsylvania (PA) in 2021

Many gun owners look for ways to share their passion with other people around them. This may take the form of taking their friends shooting, teaching people about firearm safety, or simply talking about it in conversations. But for many, the epitome of this passion is opening up their very own gun store. To do […]

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How to Get Your FFL in Oregon (OR) [By a Firearms Attorney]

America is one of the only countries in the world where individuals can possess and sell firearms without having to worry about oppressive gun laws (in most states). If you want to open up your own gun shop, you can do so with relative ease in many states — just like Oregon! All you need […]

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How to Get Your FFL in Rhode Island (RI): Gun Dealer’s Guide

The firearms industry is full of people passionate about exercising their second amendment rights to the fullest extent. This includes people who want to serve their communities by opening their very own gun shop and becoming Federal Firearms License Holders. FFL gun dealers are people who are legally able to sell firearms, ammo, and other […]

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How to Get Your FFL in Tennessee (TN): Step-by-Step

Many personal firearms owners are exploring the idea of expanding their personal use of ammo and firearms to becoming a Federal Firearms Licensee. The difference is FFL holders are allowed by federal law to sell, distribute, and handle firearm transfers at gun shows, gun shops, and pawnbrokers. There are not many requirements in Tennessee to […]

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4 Steps to Getting Your Missouri (MO) FFL in 2021

Are you one of the many looking into how to serve their communities as Federal Firearms License (FFL) holders? As an FFL holder, you are allowed by federal law to handle the selling and distribution of firearms and ammo. There are just a few requirements to follow to get your FFL to become a Missouri […]

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Here’s How to Get Your FFL in Montana

Across the nation, there is concern about accessibility to firearms, which has many people looking into becoming Federal Firearms License (FFL) holders in their community. As an FFL dealer in Montana, cleared by the NICS, you are allowed by federal law to sell and distribute firearms and ammo as a gun dealer. There are some […]

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