Get Your Home-Based FFL

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posted on October 27, 2011
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The paperwork and regulations for acquiring a Federal Firearms License (FFL) can seem overwhelming, especially for those who lack storefronts. The FFL123 Guide takes users from start-to-finish in the FFL application procedure and guarantees an FFL, offering 150 percent refund if the customer who is legally able to acquire a license is denied. The guide covers all nine FFL licenses. Founder Brandon Maddox helps applicants through the process of obtaining home-based FFLs for personal firearm and ammunition purchases or to start their own retail firearm business.

Using clear and easy-to-follow instructions and examples, Maddox demonstrates in detail his five-step process to get an FFL approved. The FFL123 Guide provides information on how to follow through with the application process and which type of FFL is right for the applicant. After building a foundation, he addresses the key reasons and expands on how to overcome home-based FFL denial. Every form needed to complete the application is included, and example forms instruct the applicant on what to fill out and where. The guide covers local, state and Federal requirements including ATF pre-work requirements. Maddox gives practical advice for the ATF meeting and official interview processes. Maddox also helps customers build on the new FFL by explaining different types of licenses such as a Class 3 or SOT Dealer license. For more information, visit www.ffl123.com.

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