FFL Guru Brandon Maddox Advises on Federal Firearms License

FFL Guru Brandon Maddox has come up with a guide to assist Americans planning to apply for Federal Firearms License (FFL). The guide apprises them of the nuances of the procedure, ensuring that their applications are approved.

Online PR News – 25-June-2012 – Midwest – Midwest , United States, 22 June 2012: Getting a Federal Firearms License (FFL) is a tough nut to crack and a person needs step by step solution to get past the road blocks. What better to get it from FFL Guru Brandon Maddox, the owner of one of the largest and most trusted FFL dealerships & Class 3 (SOT) FFL Dealerships in the entire Midwest. His Federal Firearms License Guide, available just for $39.99, can guide applicants through the process.

As Maddox put it, “The ATF requires manufacturers and dealers of firearms, who ship or receive firearms, interstate or foreign, to obtain a FFL license. Transfer of firearms is forbidden as well unless certain conditions are met. The laws limit trade of firearms for persons not holding the license.”

It is hard for a citizen to determine the requirements to fulfill in order to succeed in the application. FFL requirements guide prepared by Brandon Maddox come handy when filing an application for the firearms license. These are words from a known expert in the industry which lends them the reliability. The license allows one to manufacture, repair or deal in the firearms.

The regulation segregates dealers from type one to type 11 and one can get the license for more than one category. As Maddox says, “Every type of dealership has separate requirements which makes applying complex. One is not certain what and how to put up things which results in rejection of the application. This is where my guides role in.”

There is a cost for the federal firearms license guide, but it beats the disappointment of an unsuccessful application. Maddox’ s guide helps you track down where to get the forms, fill them out correctly, back these with the appropriate paper and submission. With the guide kit at your disposal, you need not in-person support of anyone.

About Brandon Maddox:

Brandon Maddox, himself an FFL dealer, provides applicants with expert advice for getting a license. He is the owner of FflLicense, a venture that aids Federal Firearms license applicants as they apply for their licenses. He holds both an FFL license and a Class 3 FFL license.

Contact Information:

For detailed information, please visit – http://www.ffllicense.com/