Houston FFL Transfers – Get your FFL Transfer Today!
Our Transfer fees are only $15 per item w/ TXDL, and $10 per item w/ TXCHL
We make it easy to get your firearm transferred in. Just follow these simple steps.
Notify us at the time of transfer by filling out our notification form below. All transfers are required to fill out the inbound transfer form. This is for our records and really helps us should we need to look up information in the future.
Notify the seller that our FFL License is located HERE. Many sellers already have our license on file. Your seller should give you tracking information when it ships. We only accept items that have been shipped from another FFL dealer. We do not take transfers from individuals.
Wait for our email that your item(s) are logged in and ready for pickup, then reply with your preferred Houston FFL Transfer appointment time between 1030-3pm Wed-Sat. Your appointment will only take approx 10 minutes total (in most cases) to complete the background check and receive your firearm. ITS EASY!!
That’s it! Getting your firearm transferred is too easy!
If you need a gun transfer in Houston, look no further. We are the highest volume FFL Transfer agent in the Houston area! We do FFL Transfers in Houston on an appointment only basis Wed-Sat 1030am-3pm. To set up your transfer, please read and follow the instructions below!Our methods are simple. We provide a quick and easy transfer, at the BEST PRICE IN TOWN.
WE BUY GUNS! Bring in your old firearm to make room and help pay for your new gun!
If you have an item you have sold online and need it shipped out of state to another FFL dealer, contact us for an outbound transfer by CLICKING HERE. We do outbound FFL Transfers to your buyers dealer and include outer shipping box, packing material, tape, labels, and tracking for you.
“A strong body makes the mind strong. As to the species of exercises, I advise the gun. While this gives moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball, and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind. Let your gun therefore be your constant companion of your walks.” —Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, 1785