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organizations serve to protect various rights in the Constitution
and its amendments. The categoritization below is not absolute.
Similarly, the list of organizations is far from complete.
We welcome additions of other organizations that mainly serve to
preserve the rights of U.S. citizens. Please contact us with your
Internet Gun Dealers
These dealers allow one to buy a firearms over the Internet, where the arms are shipped to a local FFL holder, and the purchaser completes the sale with the FFL holder.
- Gallery of Guns
This site has weekly gun specials. It's best feature is the Gun Genie, which allows one to search for guns based on brand, gun-type, model number, and caliber. It also has other useful search categories. It then provides local FFL holders registered with the site, with their cost, allowing one to select the local FFL to be involved in the sale.
- Gun Broker
This site describes itself as the largest online gun auction.
This site has guns for sale as well as gun auctions and gun accessories.
- Grab A Gun
Another internet gun sales site.
Gun Rights Organizations
These organization educate and defend the
rights in the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
- National Rifle
While widely recognized today as a major political force and as
America's foremost defender of Second Amendment rights, the NRA
has, since its inception, been the premier firearms education
organization in the world. In 1975, recognizing the critical need
for political defense of the Second Amendment, NRA formed the
Institute for Legislative
Action, or ILA.
- Gun Owners of America
Gun Owners of America (GOA) is a non-profit lobbying organization
formed in 1975 to preserve and defend the Second Amendment rights
of gun owners. GOA sees firearms ownership as a freedom issue.
GOA says Americans have lost some precious gun rights and want
them back. This is why GOA is considered the "no compromise" gun
lobby. Over the last 30 years, GOA has built a nationwide network
of attorneys to help fight court battles in almost every state in
the nation to protect gun owner rights. GOA staff and attorneys
have also worked with members of Congress, state legislators and
local citizens to protect gun ranges and local gun clubs from
closure by overzealous government anti-gun bureaucrats. As an
example, GOA fought for and won, the right of gun owners to sue
and recover damages from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco
and Firearms (BATF) for harassment and unlawful seizure of
firearms. Associated with GOA are: Gun Owners of America
Political Victory Fund, Gun Owners of California and Gun Owners
Foundation. Gun Owners Foundation is a non-profit, tax-deductible
education foundation. It is the research arm of GOA. Among the
activities sponsored by GOF are seminars which inform the public,
the media and government officials about key issues affecting the
Second Amendment. GOF also publishes books and articles
concerning gun issues as they affect people throughout the
- Second Amendment
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) is dedicated to promoting a
better understanding about the U.S. Constitutional heritage to
privately own and possess firearms. To that end, they carry on
many educational and legal action programs designed to better
inform the public about the gun control debate.a
- Georgia Carry
Georgia Carry (GCO) believes that citizens of Georgia and the
United States have the right to own and carry the firearm of
their choice for any reason other than to commit a crime. GCO
works tirelessly to ensure that the rights of gun owners are not
compromised by the Georgia General Assembly, local officials, and
those who ostensibly support gun rights while they work behind
the scenes to erode liberties. GCO is a 501(c)(4) non-profit,
non-partisan, grassroots organization. GCO works for gun owners,
not politicians. They are not interested in "access" or being
"inside players." They don't protect or make excuses for
politicians who say they are GCO "friends" and then demonstrate
otherwise by voting against the GOA.
- Well Regulated Militia, Inc.
Militia (WRM) is a public, non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable
organization. WRM believes in the freedom and liberty of the
individual, and that the Creator gives them unalienable rights as
emphasized in our initial founding document, the U.S.
Declaration of Independence. WRM is dedicated to education and
promotion of freedom, liberty, and rights under the U.S.
Constitution. The organization name implies that we, as a
country, are together a well-regulated militia, and only we
together, can ensure our liberty, rights and freedoms, provided by
the Creator, are being protected.
These entries are associated with FFLs.
- ATF Firearms License Search
This webpage is part of the ATFOnline site, which allows one to enter a FFL and verify that the FFL number is valid. It also returns the type of FFL, because there are various types of licenses. The various types distinguish between activities like collector os relics, manufacturers, typical third-party sales, etc.
- Requirements for those Holding a FFL
Part of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, this page describes the requirements for those who hold a FFL. It also enumerates the various types of FFLs and the costs to obtain each.
- Wikipedia entry for FFL
This Wikipedia article describes what a Federal Firearms License (FFL) is. Other than a private sale between two relatives or other private parties, all firearms sales since 1969 must involve the holder of a FFL on at least one end of the transaction. The holder of the FFL must adhere to federal requirements on checking the suitability of the other party for possessing a firearm.
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