To ship your firearm you must do the following:
- Call or e-mail to arrange for delivery.
- Be sure your gun is completely unloaded.
- Remove all accessories such as scopes, slings, and ammunition.
- Package securely with bubble wrap in a cardboard container.
- Enclose a letter with your firearm that clearly describes the trouble experienced, the repairs or alterations desired, your address, a daytime phone number and method of payment.
- Do not mail ammunition with your firearm.
- If you are sending your firearms in for service for “feeding issues” or anything that might be magazine related, we require you send magazines with your firearm.
- Insure your firearm(s) for their full value. The shipping company is responsible for firearms that are not received or are damaged in transit.
Effective September 1, 2013: Customer agrees to pay $30 to cover the cost of evaluation and return shipping if quote is declined.
11762 State Highway 64 E
Tyler, TX 75707
May we recommend?
In our experience, USPS has been the most cost-effective way to ship guns; however, to ship a handgun you must use either FedEx Express via their Priority Overnight service or UPS via their Next Day Air service. If you’re looking for a more technical breakdown of shipping firearms, continue reading at the GunBroker.com.