Shipping Firearms

To ship your firearm you must do the following:

  1. Call or e-mail to arrange for delivery.
  2. Be sure your gun is completely unloaded.
  3. Remove all accessories such as scopes, slings, and ammunition.
  4. Package securely with bubble wrap in a cardboard container.
  5. 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.
  6. Do not mail ammunition with your firearm.
  7. 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.
  8. 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. 

Ship To:

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