How To Buy a Gun Online From JetGuns
Please Read the Following Carefully:
First Step to Buying a Gun Online – Arrange FFL Transfer
Before placing an order, please contact a local dealer in your area to arrange legal transfer.
Second Step to Buying a Gun Online – Determine Legality
Third Step to Buying a Gun Online – Determine Eligibility
Final Step to Buying a Gun Online – Place the Order
States with Restrictions – We will not sell, ship or transfer restricted items unless ALL state and local requirements have been met:
California – The state Department of Justice requires a background check on all firearm sales. There is also a mandatory 10-day waiting period and a $25 fee associated with every gun purchase. All handguns, "assault weapons", .50BMG rifles & clip- fed shotguns require state registration. All guns sold to California must be DOJ compliant (click here for a complete list). All "assault rifle" type firearms must be equipped with DOJ required modifications. Finally, the magazine capacity limit for California is 10 rounds (excludes tube fed).
Connecticut – An eligibility certificate is required in order to purchase any handgun. Assault Weapons‚ are prohibited and there is a 2-week waiting period for all rifles and shotguns.
District of Columbia – All firearms may only be kept in one's home or place of business. The D.C. City Council requires registration and permitting of all firearms, while prohibiting the sale of new handguns. In addition, there is a 48-hour waiting period for handguns. Ammunition may only be purchased for the exact caliber or gauge of the registered firearm.
Florida – There is a 3-day waiting period for handguns.
Hawaii – Registration and permitting is required of all firearms and ammunition (14 to 20 day waiting period for a license to purchase any handgun). There is a $24 one-time registration fee for firearms and completion of a safety course is required. "Assault pistols" are prohibited (threaded barrel or flash hider). Finally, there is a magazine capacity limit of 10- rounds.
Illinois – A state issued "Firearm Owner's Identification Card"is required in order to purchase firearms or ammunition. There is a 72-hour waiting period for "concealable" guns, 24-hour waiting period for long guns and a $2.00 state fee for the Department of State Police background check. The city of Chicago requires registration of all firearms, and prohibits handguns and "assault rifles". Chicago has a magazine capacity limit of 12 rounds, the limit in Aurora is 15 rounds.
Iowa – A state issued permit is required to purchase handguns. A person must apply through their local sheriff‚Äôs department, fingerprints may be required and color picture I.D. card issued.
Maryland – The state regulates the sale and possession of handguns and "assault weapons" by registration and permitting. Purchase of a handgun or "assault weapon" is subject to approval by the Maryland State Police during a 7-day waiting period. Finally, Maryland has a magazine capacity limit of 20-rounds.
Massachusetts – Good luck trying to figure out their complex set of licensing and permitting procedures that are required to purchase firearms, magazines (feeding devices) and ammunition. Check carefully before making the decision to purchase a firearm-- please make sure you know what you're getting into! There is a 10- round magazine capacity limit in Massachusetts.
Michigan – Registration and a permit issued by the Chief of Police is required in order to purchase a handgun. No registration or permits are required to purchase a rifle or shotgun.
Minnesota – A 5-day waiting period is required for all handguns and semi- automatic "assault weapon" style rifles.
Nebraska – A 3-day waiting period is required for handguns.
New Jersey – A valid Firearms Purchasers Identification Card and fingerprints are required to buy a handgun, rifle or shotgun, with a waiting of up to 30 days. The licensing fee is $2, the FID card is $5 and the fingerprint fee is $54. State licensing is required for "assault firearms", which also includes shotguns with a capacity of greater than 6 rounds, a folding stock, a pistol grip, etc. Finally, a magazine capacity of more than 15 rounds is prohibited (including tube fed).
New York – A state issued permit is required in order to possess & purchase a handgun, with a waiting period of up to 6 months. New York has a magazine capacity limit of 10- rounds. New York city also requires a permit to purchase rifles or shotguns. "Assault Weapons" are prohibited.
North Carolina – There is a waiting period of up to 30 days for handguns.
Ohio – There is a 30 round magazine capacity limit.
Pennsylvania – There is a 48-hour waiting period for all firearms.
Rhode Island – There is a required state criminal history background check and 7-day waiting period to purchase a rifle or shotgun. To purchase a handgun, one must not fall into the category of persons prohibited (determined by criminal, mental & substance abuse history) and receive a state issued handgun safety card.
South Dakota – There is a 48-hour waiting period for all handguns. Concealed permit holders are exempt from the waiting period.
Tennessee – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) requires a criminal history background check for handgun purchases. The FFL dealer is required to take a thumb print at time of purchase and the TBI can charge up to a $10 fee.
U.S. Virgin Islands – There is a 48-hour waiting period for all firearms.
Utah – The state Department of Public Safety: Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) must conduct and approve a criminal history background check on all firearm sales. The fee is $7.50
Virginia – A state criminal history check is required in order to purchase any firearm. The fee is $2 for in state residents, $5 for out of state residents and there is a 1-handgun per month limit (without a permit to purchase more than one). 12- Round shotgun drums are prohibited.
Wisconsin – There is a 48-hour waiting period on handguns, during which time a state DOJ criminal history form must be submitted. An $8.00 fee is for the criminal history check.