Firearms FFL Consignment Sales Policy
- Our consignment inventory changes rapidly. Please call us with what you are looking for.
- We will accept most all legal firearms for consignment sale, provided the firearms is clean and in good working order.
- Most Wanted List: Sig Sauer, Colt, Browning, KImber, Les Baer, S&W Revolvers, Ruger Revolvers, Colt Python Revolvers
- Consignment fee is 20% of the selling price. Fee may be applied to the purchase of a new firearm or a business check will be issued to the seller.
Consignment fee is 15% of the selling price, for all ACTIVE LEO, First Responders, and Military Personnel (ID Required)*.
- *Excludes former or retired personnel.
- All consignment firearms will be entered into the FFL’s ATF Bound Book software system.
- Consignor must provide the FFL with a valid Government issued photo id.
- All firearms must have a FDLE Stolen gun check run, before any firearm will be accepted for consignment sales.
- Consignor must sign our Consignment Sales Agreement with the term of 90 day, which is renewable upon expiration.
If a consignor wishes to receive the firearm back, before it is sold,
- A new Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) background check must be performed per Federal ATF regulation.
- Once the FDLE background check is approved, the firearm is dispositioned out of the ATF Bound Book back to the original owner.
- A FFL transfer processing fee of $15 (cash) will be charged to the consignor, which includes the FDLE Background check fee.
- If the consignor is not approved for the FDLE background check, the consignor has up to 60 days to appeal the FDLE decision.
- If the consignor’s FDLE appeal is not approved, the FFL is not allowed to return the firearm to the consignor and must disposition the firearm in accordance with ATF regulations.
A three (3) day waiting period applies, once the FDLE background check is approved;
- An exemption for this mandatory 3 day waiting period is only applicable to those individuals with a valid Florida Concealed Carry Permit
- Law Enforcement Agencies are exempt from the mandatory 3 day waiting period.