Transfer fee is $23 per firearm plus $2 NICS. NFA items are $50 per item plus $2 NICS.
*By approval only. We are not a counter sales storefront. Please call before having a firearm transferred to us. Firearm will be refused if no prior notification is made.*
Transfer Pickup Mon-Fri 4:30PM-7:00PM
*No “Straw Purchases” of firearms. The individual paying for the firearm and completing the 4473 Firearms Transaction Record must be the same person (the intended owner)*
*(Please read Transfer Pickup below)*
Virginia Residents - Identification and Residency Requirements
Prospective purchasers of firearms must present a valid photo-ID form issued by a governmental agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia that denotes the individual’s name, sex, and date of birth. Where the primary form is a photo-ID issued by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), 30 days must have passed since the original date of issue or duplicate driver's license unless a copy of his/her DMV driver's record is presented showing that the original date of issue was more than 30 days prior to the attempted purchase.
Have you purchased a handgun within the past 30 days? This will include private transactions...If so you will need a VA Concealed Carry Permit to pick the firearm up.
Nonresidents - Identification and Residency Requirements
Rifles and shotguns may be purchased from licensed firearms dealers by persons who are residents of other states upon the presentation of one photo-identification form issued by a governmental agency of the purchaser's state of residence and one other form of identification determined to be acceptable by the Department of Criminal Justice Services (6VAC20-130-10).
The following secondary forms of ID are acceptable:
A current lease.
Evidence of currently paid personal property tax or real estate tax.
A current utility or telephone bill.
A current voter registration card.
A current bank check.
A current passport (must include an address).
A current automobile registration.
A current hunting or fishing license.
Other identification allowed as evidence of residency by Part 178.124 of Title 27 of the Code of Federal Regulations and ATF Ruling 2001-5.
Active military personnel permanently stationed in Virginia, including the Pentagon, are treated as Virginia residents for the purchase of a handgun. Identification and residency are established by a military photo-identification card issued by the United States Department of Defense and proof that Virginia is the permanent duty station via current military assignment orders or the purchaser's Leave and Earnings Statement.
If permanently assigned to a mobile unit in Virginia, and the home-port is listed as Virginia; the transaction may be processed as a Virginia resident the same as any other permanent military assignment to Virginia supported by military assignment orders. The individual is treated as a non-Virginia resident if the home-port is listed as any place other than Virginia.
Non-Citizens of the United States
Individuals with permanent resident alien status are subject to the same identification and residency requirements as citizens.
The Federal Gun Control Act prohibits any individual "who has been admitted to the United States under a non-immigrant visa" to ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm. This prohibition applies to "any alien in the United States in a non-immigrant status." There are exceptions to the non-immigrant alien provision. A non-immigrant alien is not prohibited from purchasing, receiving, or possessing a firearm if the alien: (1) is in possession of a hunting license or permit lawfully issued in the United States; (2) is an official representative of a foreign government who is accredited to the United States Government or their Government's mission to an international organization having its headquarters in the United States; or (3) has received a waiver from the prohibition form the Attorney General of the United States.
There is a process for non-immigrant aliens to petition the Justice Department to waive the prohibition. Individuals should contact the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms if you have questions about the prohibition, its exceptions, or the waiver process.
If a firearm is sent to us for a transfer and then you fail to pick it up, storage fees will apply after the firearm has been in our possession for 7 days unless prior arrangements are made. The storage fee will be $10 per week until the paperwork is completed and the firearm is picked up.
When a firearm is transferred to our store, the buyer is responsible for payment of the transfer fee. If the transfer cannot be completed because of the background check, the buyer is still responsible to pay the transfer fee.
It is your responsibility to let us know how you would like to handle the firearm.
Send it back to where you purchased it from (handling/shipping fees will apply). You must contact the seller to discuss their return policy.
Put it on consignment at our store.
Ask if we are interested in purchasing the firearm from you.
We will not transfer the gun to a friend/relative (straw purchase).
If you do not make arrangements within 4 months of the denial date, we will place the firearm for sale on a consignment basis. The firearm will be priced at our discretion. Once the firearm is sold, we will deduct a 25% consignment fee and write you a check for the balance.
FFL POLICY & FIREARM PURCHASES
Firearms are only shipped to valid FFL Dealers. You must be 18 years or older to purchase rifles or shotguns and 21 years or older to purchase pistols, pistol grip only shotguns and stripped lower receivers. You must send us a copy of the transfer dealer’s signed Federal Firearms License before ordering firearms. Any applicable local or state licenses required for a firearm purchase must also to sent to us to be on file. If the transfer is to the state of California, a valid CA DOJ Centralized List (CL) number of the transfer dealer must also be sent to us.
You must also be a resident of the same state as the transferring dealer for Handguns, Frames/Receivers, and PGO Shotgun-type firearms.
Documents can be sent to:
True Aim Tactical, LLC reserves the right to limit the purchase of multiple Firearms.
**We comply with ALL Local, State, and Federal laws. You must be aware of any Federal, State, or Local laws affecting your purchase.**
No AR/M16/M4 specific parts will be shipped to the state of Connecticut.
Stripped Lower Receivers will NOT be shipped to:
Complete Lower Receivers will NOT be shipped to:
Non-Compliant Firearms will NOT be shipped to: