Firearms and Ammunition Sales:
Once a firearm is transferred into a customer’s name, Freedom Outdoors will not accept a return or exchange under any circumstances. After the transfer of a firearm, it is the customer’s responsibility to contact the manufacturer with any defects and/or repair requests. Once ammunition is delivered, it cannot be returned or exchanged under any circumstances. If there is an issue with ammunition, the customer is responsible for contacting the manufacturer with any comments or concerns.
The customer is responsible for knowing the laws of his/her state pertaining to firearms, magazines and firearms transfers. Contact your local FFL dealer with any questions or concerns regarding firearms transfers. Contact your local FFL to verify their transfer fee and to make sure they will receive your firearm transfer.
The customer assumes all responsibility and cost for returned firearms due to FFL refusal or failure to receive.
When ordering a handgun, stockless shotgun, complete receiver (AR or AK Variant) or a stripped lower receiver, YOU MUST BE:
- A legal resident of the state in which the firearm is being shipped to.
- 21 years or older to complete a transfer through your local FFL.
Exceptions: Military personnel stationed in a state other than their legal residence can purchase firearms across state lines. Contact your local FFL about proper documentation you may need to purchase a firearm.
Magazine Ordering Restrictions:
Follows ALL state regulations regarding to the sale of high capacity magazines.
Will NOT ship high capacity magazines with firearms to the states listed below.
Will NOT replace high capacity magazines with state compliant magazines.
Will NOT offer refunds in place of the magazines.
It is the customer’s sole responsibility to inform themselves and abide by all state laws and regulations pertaining to magazine capacities.
Any customer ordering magazines that are illegal to own in his/her state will have their order canceled and will be charged a 10% restocking fee!
States with Magazine Restrictions:
California: no magazines greater than 10 rounds.
Colorado: no magazines greater than 15 rounds.
Boulder, CO: no magazines greater than 10 rounds.
Connecticut: no magazines greater than 10 rounds and must have a valid permit to possess them.
Hawaii: no pistol magazines greater than 10 rounds
Illinois: various magazine restrictions
North Chicago: no rifle magazines greater than 16 rounds.
Aurora, Skokie, Chicago, Evanston: no rifle magazines greater than 15 rounds.
Highland Park, Cook County, Dolton, Homewood: no rifle magazines greater than 10 rounds.
Deerfield: no rifle magazines greater than 10 rounds or shotgun magazines greater than 5 rounds.
Maryland: no magazines greater than 10 rounds.
Massachusetts: No magazines greater than 10 rounds.
New York: No magazines greater than 10 rounds.
New Jersey: No magazines greater than 10 rounds.
Vermont: No magazines greater than 10 rounds.
Washington, D.C.: No magazines greater than 10 rounds.