Home based ffl

Discussion in 'General Firearm Forum' started by rexg23, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. rexg23

    rexg23 New Member

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    Am considering on trying to get home based ffl has anyone done or tried please all and any info helpful I am in Texas
     
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  3. rexg23

    rexg23 New Member

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    Thanks I am fixing to check it out
     
  4. jonm61

    jonm61 New Member

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    Also check out ffl123.com. It doesn't cost much and has a lot of extra info that I found useful.
     
  5. rexg23

    rexg23 New Member

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    I just saw that ffl123 in a magazine I just picked up from what I read it seems to give you everything you need I an just wondering how much hassle and what all I need to do at home as far as being approved
     
  6. Hamster

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    I don't think you can have an FFL tied you your actual residence. I have a friend at work that has an FFL but, he's having to build a seperate building on his property with a seperate address number for the FFL.
     
  7. You can as long as you are not in violation of local law/code/ordinance. I'm LEO, have good friends in BATF, and am doing home based ffl until I get full shop built (on same property). I do not live in city limits so not subject to in-town ordinances. I also have a range and have department training here as well as teach State concealed carry.

    Hope this helps.
     
  8. I should add there are certain requirements the BATF will look for during initial inspection and all subsequent inspections.