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FFL Transfers in Springfield MO

FFL Transfers in Springfield MO

How Does an FFL Transfer Work? When you buy a firearm from another dealer in another state, or city, you will need to do what is called a FFL Transfer. A transfer is a process that ensures both firearm dealers are protected by law that the other is a federally licensed dealer, and that the firearm has cleared the police investigative process. We will explain how the process works and what you will need to do to ensure a quick and smooth experience with your purchase in the guide below. What Is an FFL Transfer? FFL stands for Federal Firearm License. This is a federally protected license that a person or business obtains from the ATF (Alcohol Tobacco Firearms) in order to buy and sell firearms. The holder is allowed to purchase and ship across state lines, and performs the required background check to deliver the firearm to the customer. There are 3 types of FFL licenses, and you must ensure that you are dealing with the correct type when buying automatic firearms, silencers, or incendiary devices. It is in your best interest to deal with licensed dealers to ensure your protection from fraud or stolen firearms, as they are regulated by the FBI/ATF. No matter what kind of firearm you may be looking to purchase, you need to make sure you get it from a business with a current FFL. How Does an FFL Transfer Work? Generally, the dealer wanting to receive your purchase will send a copy of his license to the dealer selling your item. He will verify the validity of the license and will in...
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