FFL GUN TRANSFERS

Oak Ridge Gun Range is a FFL Dealer

FFL GUN TRANSFERS

Generally, Federal law allows for private parties to engage in non-commercial gun sales to other private parties in their own state. This means if you own a gun, you usually can sell it to another person or a relative face to face, as long as that person isn’t prohibited from owning a gun. A simple bill of sale is all that is required in Florida.

However, once you have sold the gun, you will want to record the transfer of the firearm ownership to protect yourself in case that firearm is stolen or involved in any wrongdoing in the future. These are the broad aspects of FFL Transfers related to Florida. Check with your State for specific requirements as requirements may vary.

If you purchased a firearm from an online source, or from a private party out of state, or your state doesn’t allow private sales, you will need to do an FFL transfer between you and the seller. Oak Ridge Gun Range is here to be your licensed FFL dealer and has been helping customers for many year manage gun transfers.  We will manage and complete the gun transfer and ensure that all necessary background checks are in order before we release the firearm. 

HOW TO COMPLETE A FFL TRANSFER

When using Oak Ridge Gun Range to process an FFL transfer please follow the steps below to help ensure a smooth transfer. Failure to complete these steps will cause a delay in processing your order.

START YOUR FFL TRANSFER WITH OAK RIDGE

FFL TRANSFER FORM

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Seller's Name
Seller's Address
Shipper's Name
Buyer's Name
Buyer's Address

WHAT AN FFL IS NOT

An FFL transfer is not a gun registration. It is a felony under Florida law to create, maintain or publish any list, record or registry of legally owned firearms or law-abiding firearm owners.

Outside of NFA weapons, the US Government does not register firearms. If you live in a state that requires registration of firearms, this would have to happen regardless of performing an FFL transfer. In other words, an ATF form 4473 is not a registration document. To find out more about ATF rules click HERE

To Find out if you are eligible to purchase a gun in Florida click HERE