If you’re into firearms, chances you may have heard of ARMSLIST., and with over 2.5 million users and over 1,300 registered FFL dealers, chances are, you’ve also been on the website. ARMSLIST doesn’t actually sell firearms. Instead, they help their large network of registered FFL dealers to help serve users.
Plus occasionally you run to some particularly entertaining listing.
What is ARMSLIST
ARMSLIST allows people in the United States to list firearms for sale and communicate safely, securely, and legally. Whether you’re a dealer, manufacturer, or individual gun owner, Armslist provides you with an alternative to auction sites and has drastically lower fees, and zero commission fees.
ARMSLIST has guns and gear, accessories, blogs, and reviews on hundreds of products you’d be interested in owning, all while conducting business easily and legally.
Buying or Selling on ARMSLIST
The first thing to know about buying a gun on ARMSLIST is that you don’t need an account to buy a gun. As a non-subscriber, you can still purchase from the ARMSLIST network of over 1,300 FFL dealers. However, having an account opens up new possibilities for you.
Armslist offers two different account types, the Premium Vendor account, and the Personal account. Each account is adjusted to the seller’s needs, which provides options that many online companies don’t offer.
Plus while you’re looking to buy or sell you might run into one of these, like a Taylor Swiftnikov or a Mosin Nag-not.
ARMSLIST Legal Defense Fund
Arsmlist also helps maintain the ARMSLIST Legal Defense Fund that fights to protect the 2nd Amendment rights of all Americans, focusing on issues regarding the internet. We know that might not apply to all of you but, Armslist also provides up-to-date news articles about guns, gun laws, and opinionated articles to educate the public on matters affecting gun rights.
We encourage anyone interested in selling or buying guns to try ARMSLIST today. But, of course, if you’re not interested in buying or selling products, you could always support the Legal Defense Fund to ensure the gun tights are not stripped away.