Can I legally own a suppressor?
There is no Federal Government prohibition on individuals owning a suppressor. However, some states have laws prohibiting individual ownership of suppressors. Alabama is one of the states that allow individual ownership of suppressors.
How long do I have to wait to get a suppressor?
The processing time for a transfer request varies depending on the volume of requests for transfer. Most transfer requests are completed in four to six months.
Do I have to have a permit to own a suppressor?
No, but every suppressor transfer of ownership must be approved by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) and ATF charges a, one time, $200.00 transfer fee.
How do I buy a suppressor?
Contact me and I will be more than happy to walk you through the process!
What is the process to buy guns online from places like gunbroker.com or gunsamerica.com?
Complete your weapon purchase with the seller of your choice.
Tell the seller that STEWART SOLUTIONS LLC is your transfer dealer.
Email or phone us your name, phone, email address and gun description, along with the contact info for the seller. We need name, voice phone, fax phone and email address.
We will send a copy of our FFL to the seller.
Seller will ship your weapon to us.
Upon receipt of your weapon, we will contact you for pickup arrangements.
Upon arrival for pickup, you will be asked to complete the ATF Firearms Transfer Record form (4473) and we will call the National Instant Check System (NICS) for permission to deliver the weapon.
What is an FFL?
FFL is the acronym for Federal Firearms License. Some of the types of FFL are; Manufacturer, Dealer, Pawn Broker, Importer and Exporter.