What to Expect When Buying Your First Gun Online
Gun purchases differ from purchasing any other type of commodity in the United States. Learning the laws and regulations governing the purchase and ownership of guns might seem intimidating at first, especially for firs Ak74 t time gun users. Below is a description of a typical online gun sale transaction.
Procedures for Online Gun Purchases
These days, 60% of all gun purchases are bought online. If the gun shops in your area don’t carry the gun of your dreams, you might want to consider the vast availability online gun sites have to offer, such as the Appalachian Sportsman Club. The Appalachian Sportsman Club is listed with every single gun site online under FFL. If you are in Virginia and do not see our FFL listed, contact us if you would like us to handle your gun transfer.
Once you make your online purchase, if you are a resident of the State of Virginia, the gun will be shipped to Appalachian Sportsman Club. All gun shipments are required to be delivered by two-day service.
You will receive a call once the gun is in our possession. We are required to keep records of the guns that go into and out of our store, so the gun will be entered into our book.
When you pick up your gun, you will need two, matching, valid forms of ID, at least one being a government issued photo ID that is not expired and the second proving residency, such as a gun permit. You will be required to fill out an ATF Form 4473 and a Virginia State form SP-65 in their entirety.