Firearm Sales

We sell firearms

If you are interested in purchasing a new firearm, please e-mail us a description or a link to what you are interested in purchasing. We will then give you a quote for that firearm. When you buy your firearm here at All Terrain Firearms you will not have to pay transfer fees, shipping, etc. just the firearm plus tax. 


We do not and cannot stock the endless amount of firearms out there.  At most we never have more than 10 firearms here in stock.  We keep it that way to keep our overhead low and be able to provide the exact firearm you want.  Long guns usually take no more than 6 business days and 3 business days for handguns to get, upon receipt of your deposit.




Items you need to buy firearms in California:

  • You need to be eligible to posses firearms.  Click here for list of items to disqualify someone.
  • You need to be a CA resident with an Real ID card or Real Driver license. (NOT AB60) See here.
  • Proof of residency. Handguns require two forms, one for ATF(Federal) and one for CA DOJ. Long guns require just one, ATF (Federal)  Typically if your Real CA drivers license has your current physical address on it that works for ATF.  CA DOJ Requires one more for handguns. Click here for more info on this
  • You need a Firearms Safety Certificate (FSC).  If you don't have one, they are $25 and good for 5 years.  It is a 30 question test. Usually takes 20 min to complete. Below is more info on this.
  • A CA approved safe or lock box. Click here for the list.  Most firearms come with CA approved locks, but sometimes they don't.  If yours does not, we have some locks for sale here. These range from $1-$30 depending on the action of your firearm.
  • Age. For long guns 18 years of age minimum. For handguns and receivers 21 years of age minimum.
  • Last but not least be prepared to demonstrate your knowledge of safe handling of the firearm you purchase. Before receiving your new firearm you will be asked to demonstrate that you know how to keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction, keep your finger off the trigger, visually inspect if the chamber is loaded, load and unload the firearm, and know how to operate the safeties on the firearm if it has them. Before purchasing it is wise to rent the firearm your interested in, or in the least ask how the safeties are operated. If this is your first time handling a firearm we recommend taking some classes, before and after your purchase. 

240 Hour wait:

    The background check is a 240 hour wait from the time we enter you and your firearm info into CA DOJ.  We cannot enter your background until you provide us the proper documents proving your residence in Califorina and we have possession of your firearm. You must also have the ATF form 4473 filled out here in our presence.   Once we enter your background (DROS) into CA DOJ there are no refunds on the $25 fee.  If you don't hear from us there is no problem with your background. When 240 hour wait is about over please contact us to setup a time for pickup.  You must pick up your firearm between day 10 and day 30 from the time we entered your background (DROS).  If you don't pick up your firearm by the 30 day mark (720 hours) you will incur a $75 fee and 240 hour wait along with redoing all paperwork. 



Special Order Firearms (sales)

      If you order a firearm through us (All Terrain Firearms) we require a $200 non-refundable deposit towards the purchase of your firearm.  As soon as your signed estimate or $200 deposit is received we will place your order.  We take Cash, Check or Credit Cards. Usually it takes 3 business days for handguns and 6 business days for long guns for us to receive.  As soon as we receive it, we will contact you via e-mail or phone number provided. From that point you have 30 days to come in and start your background check (DROS).  More than 30 days here will incur monthly fees of $50 per month until the firearm enters DROS.  After 120 days the firearm will be considered abandoned and all rights will be surrendered to the firearm.  

Firearms Safety Certificate

Firearm Safety Certificate Program

 

Effective January 1, 2015, the Handgun Safety Certificate program was replaced with the Firearm Safety Certificate (FSC) program. Under the FSC program, requirements that previously applied to handguns only now apply to all firearms (handguns and long guns), unless exempt. A list of exemptions is available on this website.

A valid Handgun Safety Certificate can still be used to purchase/acquire handguns only until it expires. For long gun purchases/acquisitions made January 1, 2015, and thereafter, an FSC will be required. Once an FSC is obtained, it can be used for both handgun and long gun purchases/acquisitions.

FSCs are acquired by taking and passing a written test on firearm safety, generally at participating firearms dealerships and private firearms training facilities. A Firearm Safety Certificate Study Guide to help individuals prepare for the FSC test is available for viewing/downloading from this website. A Firearm Safety webinar is also available for viewing or download on the Videos page.

Problems with Background


  • Delayed -  A DROS application can be delayed for many reasons. Most often it is because the background check found a record matching your personal descriptors (such as your name, date of birth, etc.) and more time is needed to verify that the record is yours and to obtain missing information needed to determine your eligibility to own or possess firearms. Please be patient and allow the Department enough time to gather additional information and resolve any issues. The Department will notify the firearms dealer to delay the transfer of a firearm to a purchaser if the Department is unable to determine the purchaser’s eligibility within the 10-day waiting period. Many county courthouses are operating on shortened work weeks and with fewer staff, delaying the approval or denial of applications. If the record is an out-of-state or military record, you should anticipate a longer response time from our office to get the needed information. If 30 days has passed since the transaction date and the Department is still unable to determine the purchaser’s eligibility to own/possess firearms or whether the firearm involved in the sale/transfer is stolen, the Department will notify the dealer. If you believe there is a discrepancy in your eligibility to own/possess firearms, you can obtain a copy of your California record by completing the Request for Live Scan (BOF 8016RR) form located on the Department’s website:http://oag.ca.gov/firearms/forms. You should review the record, identify any incomplete or missing court information, and then follow up with the court where your case was held and request the court submit corrected information to the DOJ's Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis (BCIA). If you disagree with any information in your record, you should follow the instructions in the letter for disputing inaccuracies. You may wish to obtain an attorney for legal advice and who can best represent your interests on how to restore your rights to buy firearms.  CA DOJ can be contacted HERE.
  • Undetermend -  The California Department of Justice (the Department) is authorized by Penal Code section 28220 to temporarily delay a firearm transaction for up to 30 days from the date of transaction when the Department is unable to immediately determine the purchaser's eligibility to own/possess firearms. If 30 days has passed since the transaction date and the Department is still unable to determine the purchaser’s eligibility to own/possess firearms or whether the firearm involved in the sale/transfer is stolen, the Department will notify the dealer. It will then be at the dealer’s sole discretion whether to release to you the firearm. If you believe there is a discrepancy in your eligibility to own/possess firearms, you can obtain a copy of your California record by completing the Request for Live Scan (BOF 8016RR) form located on the Department’s website:http://oag.ca.gov/firearms/forms. You should review the record, identify any incomplete or missing court information, and then follow up with the court where your case was held and request the court submit corrected information to the DOJ's Bureau of Criminal Information and Analysis (BCIA). If you disagree with any information in your record, you should follow the instructions in the letter for disputing inaccuracies. You may wish to obtain an attorney for legal advice and who can best represent your interests on how to restore your rights to buy firearms.
  • Rejected -  There are two common reasons why a DROS application may be rejected:  (1) you attempted to purchase more than one handgun in a 30-day period (California Penal Code section 27540, subdivision (f)); or,  (2) you attempted to purchase a firearm with an invalid, suspended, revoked, or expired California Driver’s License or California Identification Card (California Penal Code section 16400). In the case of a 30-day handgun purchase restriction, you cannot attempt to buy more than one handgun in a 30-day period. If one of your transactions was a private party transfer or pawn redemption, you need to check with the dealer to make sure the correct transaction type was selected when the transaction was submitted to DOJ. In the case of a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) rejection, your application was rejected based on information provided to us by the California DMV. You must contact the DMV to make sure your California Driver’s License or California Identification Card information is up-to-date and correct.  If you get rejected you can contact them HERE if have more questions.  If you get rejected you will be charge $75 and another 240 hour wait after you get it corrected.
  • Denial -  If your DROS application is denied, you will receive a letter from the DOJ Bureau of Firearms within two weeks. The letter will explain the reason and instructions on how to get a copy of the record that resulted in the denial of your application. There will also be instructions on how to dispute and correct information in your record you believe is wrong. DOJ staff cannot discuss your record over the telephone. Therefore, it is recommended that you get a copy of your record and follow the instructions for disputing inaccuracies. You may also wish to retain an attorney for legal advice and who can best represent your interests on how to restore your rights to buy firearms.If your DROS application was denied based on a Federal Brady prohibition (e.g., out-of-state conviction, illegal/unlawful alien, military dishonorable discharge, out-of-state mental health record, etc.), you can appeal the denial of your application directly to the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Instant Criminal History Background Check System (NICS). When discussing your situation with NICS, you must include the NICS Transaction Number (NTN) associated with your firearm purchase as referenced in the denial letter sent to you by the DOJ Bureau of Firearms. You can appeal directly to NICS by downloading the NICS appeal brochure and following the instructions found at NICS Appeals page..  You will also not be refunded your FSC, DROS (background), and $200 deposit per firearm.  If you do not know if you are eligible to possess firearms you can fill this form out and submit it for $19.  Click HERE.  

Storage / Abandoned Firearms

 For the first 30 days from the time of firearm delivery to All Terrain Firearms for transfer, there is NO CHARGE.  After 30 days there will be a charge of $50 per month unless another agreement is made with All Terrain Firearms.  The $50.00 fee is not prorated. After 120 days from date of receiving the firearm, if it is not in DROS or other agreement is made with All Terrain Firearms, it will be considered "Abandoned". The firearm will then be the property of All Terrain Firearms, which will turn the firearm over to law enforcement or sell it. 

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