Piece of Mind Firearms LLC.
Transfers to or from other FFL dealers.
I will transfer firearms(for a fee) to or from another FFL dealer to enable transactions to occur across state lines.
Please contact me about fees and ability to process the transfers before completing the purchase or bidding on a firearm (such as Gunbroker.com)
In most cases it would cost you less to purchase a new firearm from me than to purchase one online from a dealer or the Gunbroker site and pay shipping and transfer fees.
Please contact me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Layaway plans available also for some firearms. A deposit of 20% or more may be required down for a layaway. Payments are required to be made at least every 4 weeks. The entire amount must be received and the firearm paid off within 90 days of being ordered.
There will be a 10% charge added on to the total cost of the layaway every 30 days starting at the completion of the original 90 day layaway period if not paid off.
Once the firearm is ordered the deposit is non-refundable. Until the firearm is ordered the price is subject to change and firearm availability.
Laws for Firearm Purchases
Must be at least 18 years of age to purchase a Rifle, Shotgun, or ammunition for a rifle or shotgun.
Must be at least 21 years of age to purchase any firearm that is not a rifle or shotgun and also any ammunition that is not for a rifle or shotgun.
All firearms must be picked up in person by the purchaser whom is legally allowed to purchase and possess the firearm.
ATF form 4473 and FBI NICS check will be completed. A WV CCW permit may exempt you from NICS check.
NFA/Class 3 firearms will also require a Form #4 to be completed and sent to the ATF with any additional paperwork.
The ATF site is a great resource for federal laws on firearm purchases and regulation of sales. Click here to go to the ATF website.
West Virginia attorney general's website gives you information on WV laws and Concealed Pistol Permit requirements as well as a list of states that honor WV CCW permits. Click here to visit WV attorney general's site.
The NRA is the largest organization to support and organize firearm safety education and training. The NRA works hard to support our 2nd amendment right. Click here to visit the NRA's site.