We are a Class III firearms dealer and rent them as well.
You can order Class III firearms from our shop. As you can expect there is a tedious process for ordering
these. When you are in the market, take the time to come in and see
us. I have done transfers on several hundred class III firearms, so I can ensure its a smooth and streamlined process for everyone. We can provide the expert advice that will save you time and money.
We have suppressors in stock, and demos to try !!!
Your own Class III firearms can be used on our high capacity range.
When you check into the shop, tell the nice person behind the counter
you have Class III firearms. If not, our Range Officer will be quick to
give you a visit.
We have Class III firearms for rent: 50 Cal. Single Shot Armalite AR 50 and various full auto guns.
The National Firearms Act of 1968 (NFA) defines a number of
categories of regulated firearms. These weapons are collectively known
as NFA firearms and include the following:
Machine guns—this includes any firearm which can fire more than 1 cartridge per trigger pull. Both continuous fully automatic fire and "burst fire"
(i.e., firearms with a 3-round burst feature) are considered machine
gun features. The weapon's receiver is by itself considered to be a
regulated firearm. A non-machinegun that may be converted to fire more
than one shot per trigger pull by ordinary mechanical skills is classed
as a machinegun. Such as a TEC-9 pistol (pre-ban ones are "grandfathered").
(SBRs)—this category includes any firearm with a buttstock and either a
rifled barrel under 16" long or an overall length under 26". The
overall length is measured with any folding or collapsing stocks in the
extended position. The category also includes firearms which came from
the factory with a buttstock that was later removed by a third party.
Short barreled shotguns
(SBSs)—this category is defined similarly to SBRs, but the barrel must
be under 18" or a minimum overall length under 26". and the barrel must
be a smoothbore.
—this includes any portable device designed to muffle or disguise the
report of a portable firearm. This category does not include
non-portable devices, such as sound traps used by gunsmiths in their shops which are large and usually bolted to the floor.