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  • No international sales.

  • Orders shipped via UPS.

  • An express option for an additional $30 is available at checkout. This means it will be shipped UPS Express (Either Next Day Air Saver, 2nd Day, or 3 Day Select depending on shipping region and cost) at time of processing. It does not guarantee receipt the next day.

  • Shipping costs are as follows:

Most orders : $10.00

*Large items and restricted items, such as guns and ammo, have an additional shipping charge.

  • Limited products can be shipped to APO/FPO Addresses. We apologize for the this inconvenience to our troops. Unfortunately, many of the products we sell cannot go to APO/FPO addresses due to new laws (see http://www.epic.org/crypto/export_controls/itar.html ). Email us for further info and alternate shipping options.

Payment Options

  • We prefer customers order via the website.

  • If problems with on-line ordering, please email us.

  • We do not accept Money Orders due to high turnaround on most products.

  • Ohio residents pay 6.5% sales tax.

  • Please note: Your card is processed at time of ordering. If an item is in stock on the site and discovered out of stock at shipping, your card will be credited for the item in a separate transaction.

Refund/Return Policy- PRINT RETURN FORM HERE

  • All products are new and under warranty. If product is defective, please contact manufacturer directly for replacement. Used items cannot be returned (this includes opening the packaging and firearms that have been transferred). Be sure to inspect your firearm at your dealer, once transferred you cannot return it.

  • Actual shipping costs for returns/exchanges are not reimbursable.

  • If no shipping was charged and all items are returned, the initial shipping cost will be charged.

  • 15% Restocking Fee on returns and exchanges.

  • 30 day exchange/return policy from purchase date (above restocking fee applies and the item must be unused). You must first receive approval before doing this, email us or call.

How to Purchase Firearms Online:

G&R Tactical, LLC, sells firearms, ammo and custom firearms only in accordance with Federal, State, and Local firearm laws.

In order to Purchase Firearms Online:

You must be 18 or older to purchase long guns and 21 or older to purchase hand guns. Check your local & state laws. You must complete the following steps listed below before we can process your order.

1. Verify that the product you wish to purchase from us, G&R Tactical, LLC, meet your state, county, or city firearm laws.

2. Find a local FFL that will accept the transfer of the firearm for you. This can be your local Gun Shop, Pawn Shop, Gun Range or any other location that holds a current FFL and will help you with your transaction. Have your dealer fax or email their license to us (info is on contact page).

3. Once you have completed your firearm purchase online. You will receive an order confirmation e-mail.

4. Once your FFL holder receives your firearm; you will need to pick it up.

***Important: **** Upon arrival at your FFL, inspect your firearm to make certain that everything is acceptable before filling out the necessary paperwork. Once the transfer of the firearm is complete, the manufacturer's warranty is then in effect and from that point on any complications with the firearm will need to be handled by the manufacturer.


Firearm Restrictions by State:


Handguns must be on Approved List. Assault weapons must be CA Approved.


No Semi-Auto Rifles.


Firearms sales only to Class 01 FFL Dealer. Varying restrictions on Assault Weapons


No Handguns, Varying restrictions on Assault Weapons

New Jersey

Firearms sales only to Class 01 FFL Dealer. Varying restrictions on Assault Weapons

New York

No Assault Weapons, No Handguns (NYC)

Washington D.C.

No Firearms

Please check your local laws for restrictions before ordering firearms.

NOTE: Ammunition and Firearms must be purchased separately, in two separate orders.

To Purchase Ammunition Online:

Federal law requires that you must be at least 18 years old to purchase shotgun ammunition and 21 years or older to purchase handgun and rifle ammunition.

  • We can ship ammunition to your door via UPS.
  • No sales outside the U.S
  • Ammunition shipped by air requires Hazardous Material (HazMat) classification and additional fees will apply.
  • Ammunition shipments to Alaska and Hawaii must be by air.
  • Ammunition and firearms must be purchased separately.
  • For safety reasons, we do not accept returns on ammunition.
  • Always make sure you use the correct ammunition for your specific firearm.
  • Check your local laws for any other regulations before ordering.
  • All sales over 100.00 that are being shipped to a residence will require an adult signature and are not allowed to be left at the door.

Ammunition Restrictions by State:


We must have a copy of your FOID and State ID on file


We must have a copy of your AEC or Pistol Permit and State ID on file

Chicago, IL

No Ammo without a FFL

Cook County, IL

No Ammo without a FFL

Los Angeles, CA

No Ammo without a FFL

Massachusetts (Statewide)

No Ammo without an FFL

New York City, NY

No Ammo

Oakland, CA

No Ammo without a FFL

San Francisco, CA

No Ammo without a FFL

Sacramento, CA

No Ammo without a FFL

Washington D.C.

No Ammo

APO & FPO Address

No Ammo

PO. Boxes

No Ammo

Please check your local laws for restrictions before ordering ammunition.

NOTE: Ammunition and Firearms must be purchased separately, in two separate orders.

States That Prohibit Large-Capacity Magazines:


10 round limit


10 round limit


10 round limit


10 round limit


10 round limit


10 round limit

New Jersey

15 round limit

New York

10 round limit

Buying an NFA firearm

NFA firearms are divided into seven types - Machine guns, silencers, Short barrel shotguns, short barrel rifles, AOW's and Destructive devices. For all practical purposes these can all be considered pretty much the same in the way the transfer process is handled by ATF. These types of weapons are legal in most states (see our legality map) and are easier to require than many people realize. In fact if you can buy a handgun at your local gun store ATF will most likely approve your transfer of an NFA weapon. We have had very few customers denied transfer of an NFA weapon. There tends to be a lot of confusion about how the NFA transfer process works. The following is a brief description of the process, designed to help our potential buyers understand what is required.

First it is helpful to understand an NFA weapon is a registered weapon. These can be owned by individuals, Corps or trusts. The NFA branch of ATF must approve transfer of these types of weapons from one individual or entity to the next prior to transfer of actual physical possession. You can think of an approved transfer document as a title so to speak, and the said weapon to be actually titled to its owner. It is a serious violation for anyone to possess an NFA weapon which is not currently titled to that person or entity and is therefore important that the item remain with its previous owner until the NFA approval of transfer is received.

ATF regulations require that an NFA weapon be transferred to its new owner from a class 3 dealer in their own state. For this reason, after payment is received for an item purchased, we submit a request for transfer by submitting an ATF form 3. This form 3 is submitted to the NFA branch of ATF via fax and is currently approved within 30-45 days. When approved NFA branch will physically mail the approval to our office. We will not be able to send the NFA item to your dealer until this approved form is received.

When your NFA item is received by your dealer, it will be time to inspect the weapon. If there are any issues we should be made aware of, this is the time. We stand behind our product with an unconditional 3 day inspection period after your item is received. If needed we will refund the purchase, or repair the item. Problems are fairly uncommon but we want you to know your satisfaction is important to us.

Your local class 3 dealer will work with you on submitting a one page (front and back) form called an ATF form 4. The dealer normally completes the front of the ATF form 4 with information about the firearm, serial number, etc. as well as his FFL numbers and info. On the front page your name or trust name will be listed as the transferee of the item. You will normally complete the back of the form and will attach a passport size physical photo of yourself. Fingerprints are also currently required. The CLEO sign off is no longer required. This is a big change as this means your local law enforcement agency will no longer be able to block your acquisition of legal NFA firearms.

After your form four is ready to send, it should be sent in duplicate to NFA branch along with a one-time 200 dollar tax payment. The NFA branch will do a background check and verify the document sent is correct prior to approval. You will be able to check on your transfer via phone, but will need the serial number for the item in order to check. The process times for items going to individuals, trusts and corps vary based on ATF work load, but have been averaging roughly 4-6 months. When the item is approved NFA will send the approval to your local dealer. At that time it will be legal for you to possess your new NFA firearm!

The NFA purchase process takes time, and is frustrating for some because it takes a fair amount of time to actually acquire the item purchased. It is however, worth the wait. Most of our customers very much enjoy their machine guns and silencers. It’s an amazing privilege to own these types of weapons and is a privilege not available to law abiding citizens anywhere else in the world!  Due to the 1986 ban on further production of machine guns for civilians, these have become the most collectible firearms available. Our sources tell us there were approximately 250,000 registered transferable machine guns when the 1986 ban was put into place. Due to various causes of loss, there are now approximately 186,000. As a result of a decreasing supply and a vastly increasing demand, these have been an excellent investment.  It may be a wise decision to invest in machine guns as part of your retirement portfolio.

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