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How to Purchase a Firearm Online

Mack's sells firearms in accordance with Federal, State, and Local laws


  • 1.You must be 18 to purchase long guns and 21 to purchase hand guns.
  • Note:All handguns must be shipped overnight (no ground allowed per shipping regulations). The order will show ground shipping at the $65.95 rate, but it will go overnight.


  • 2.Verify that the firearm meets the laws of your state, county, or city.

  • 3.After completing the purchase, you will receive an order confirmation e-mail with your order number.
    Note: Your order total is subject to change depending on the tax regulations at the delivey/transfer address of the FFL compared to customers home address.
    Note: In-Store Pickup firearms must be picked up by the person who purchased the firearm and does the NICS federal background check. No exceptions.

  • 4.Find a FFL (Federal Firearm License) holder near you that will accept a transfer of the firearm from us (Mack's Sport Shop). This can be your local Gun Shop, Pawn Shop, Gun Range or any other location that holds a current FFL. Likely they will charge a fee for receiving the firearm into their FFL gun books and doing the NICS federal background check on you. This transaction is solely between you and the FFL holder.If we do not receive an FFL within 5 days the order will be canceled

  • 5.Have them e-mail a file copy of their FFL to us. Please have them include the sales order number and your name.


  • FFL Email:guns@mackspw.com

  • 6.After we recieve the FFL with your order number and name we will ship the firearm within 2-3 business days (with the current high volume). You will receive an email with you tracking number.
    Important: Upon arrival at your FFL holder, inspect your firearm to make certain that everything is acceptable before filling out the necessary paperwork. Once the transfer of the firearm is complete, the manufacturer's warranty is then in effect and from that point on any complications with the firearm will need to be handled by the manufacturer.