Midwest Precision LLC is a Type 01 Federal Firearms Licensee. We can process any of your non-NFA transfer needs subject to all current and local laws. Our transfer fees are very reasonable at only $35 per serial numbered item plus $5 for each additional.
All transfers are by appointment only.
We are on file with the following national retailers among several others:
Bud's Gun Shop
Cheaper Than Dirt
DS Arms Inc.
Palmetto State Armory
Contact us at email@example.com BEFORE having your firearm purchase shipped to us, so we can make proper arrangements with you and your retailer.
See our FFL TRANSFER POLICY for more information.
We install and configure everything that we sell. Got firearm reliability or accuracy problems? It may be not mechanical but possibly an ammunition or maintenance issue, but we can talk you through it. And if we cannot repair your firearm, we'll point you to someone who can. All our work is guaranteed. Contact us for a quote.
Midwest Precision LLC is a Glock certified armorer.
If you are interested in training in firearms safety, concealed carry, improving your accuracy, or honing your defensive/tactical mindset and capabilities, we are partnered with RSB Defensive Solutions LLC as well as other trusted training organizations with proven and highly respected programs in these disciplines. You can contact us or RSB directly, and we can help tailor your next training session based on your immediate and future needs.
The Fine Print
DISCLAIMER: There has been quite a bit of confusion in response to the recent Presidential Executive Order regarding the forcing of mom and pop gunsmiths to register as full fledged manufacturers under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). In hoping to minimize the industry outcry, the U.S. State Department's Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) issued a clarification document on July 22, 2016, which can be found here.
This formal explanation from the DDTC reinforces that all sales and LIMITED gunsmith operations executed at Midwest Precision LLC are fully legal to the best of our understanding.
WARNING: All firearms are inherently dangerous and should be handled with care. Read and fully understand the operations manual of your firearm before use. If you are unclear as to how to safely handle a firearm or wish to learn how to properly use your particular firearm, we ask that you seek proper training or contact us before proceeding, and we can connect you with an appropriate class or instructor.