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Yes, provided you obey your local, state and federal rules and laws. What that means is that if you have a local registered firearms dealer, sporting good store, or gun broker that can legally ship, send or receive the firearms for you legally, then we have no problem with that and are not responsible for what you do with your legal firearm. In most cases, many gun shops will send and receive your firearm through the mail for you for a small fee, but it is up to you to make sure you are compliant with any and all rules and regulations that apply.

Some of the more well known online market places don't allow firearms transactions mostly due to their "gun-grabbing" and far left political agendas and politics, but it is my opinion that guns don't get up and break rules by themselves - people do (or don't). And a firearm is a tool, just like and no different than a hammer or a nail gun that can also be used for any purpose (good or evil). And as long as you follow the rules and obey the law, we are not responsible for what you do and have no problem with legal gun ownership.

Therefore, I am hoping that everyone who has been ridiculed or deleted from Craigslist, eBay or Facebook for trying to legally buy, sell, or trade guns, weapons and firearms online, will find a fantastic new home here for buying and selling their items (legally of course).