Shop for Firearms and Accessories Online


Don’t have time to run to the local gun shop?  Try buying your guns online instead!

And remember…it’s not like it will ship directly to your house with no background check.  You’ll have to ship to your local shop/dealer with an FFL (Federal Firearms License) and follow the normal procedure for your city/state – WE CAN RECEIVE YOUR FIREARM AND FACILITATE YOUR TRANSFER FROM ANY LEGAL SOURCE.

Transfer Fees:

  • $15 for LTC Holder
  • $30 for non-LTC Holder

Here are some of the top sites for online firearms sales:




Best Online Gun Stores


1. Brownells: The Big Store










Brownells is a popular go-to for firearm accessories and specific tools.  But it’s also one of my favorites for actual firearms.  They have almost all of the popular handguns and rifles in stock and ready to go.

Prices are near MSRP but non-gouged but you can still score a great bargain if you keep an eye out for deals.

During these crazy times they have an in-stock guns section that helps a lot.

2. Palmetto State Armory: Low Prices


Palmetto State Armory


Palmetto State Armory now carries tons of popular handguns and rifles too?


3. Kentucky Gun Company: The Massive Online Gun Shop


Kygunco Logo


Known more as “Kygunco” since that’s their website.


Tons of gun selection with things that are actually in stock.  Plus decent shipping times.


Oh and one of the most important things…they are super competitive in their pricing.  Especially when you can save 3% by using their “text a check” method of payment compared to a credit card.


Chances are someone already bought from them before and had the gun shipped to your receiving FFL…so it’s already in their system.


4. Gunbroker: Auction Route



If you’re looking for a screaming deal or something rarer…you’ll have to go the auction route.  And Gunbroker is the biggest one out there.


Since it’s an auction you’ll be dealing with individual sellers.  I would recommend going with a well-rated one since they’ve gotten it all figured out.

You’ll likely have to pay for shipping and also some sellers won’t accept credit cards (or will charge 3%).  Plus you’ll probably have to send in your FFL information since the chances are slim that the specific seller has sent a gun to your specific FFL.


5. Armslist: Face to Face


armslist firearms marketplace



Armslist is where people post of their wares and you message to meet them up and complete the transaction.

It’s worth noting that Armslist charges a $6.99 membership fee to join which allows you to message sellers and post your own guns for sale.

Check out our guide to staying safe and getting a good deal if you’re unfamiliar.


6. Sportsman’s Warehouse: Lots of Selection


Sportsman's Warehouse Logo 












Sportsman’s Warehouse is another overall good place to buy guns online.

They get on the fast track for new guns (probably because they sell a lot) and have many of the most popular guns in stock.


7. Rainier Arms: Cutting Edge


Rainier Arms


Want the highest-end tricked-out pistol, rifle, or shotgun?

Check out Rainier Arms.

They’ve got a stellar reputation in the business and I’ve personally visited their shop and warehouse.  They’ve got their system down and will take care of you.




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9. Euro Optic: Sniper’s Paradise






 facilitates the legal exchange of firearms and accessories between legal adults. It is legal to buy and sell firearms in the US, provided you adhere to all Federal, State and Local laws.

Transfer of Firearms ownership REQUIRES an FFL Licensee holder:

A Federal Firearms License (FFL) transfer dealer is required for the transfer of firearm(s) ownership between individuals. Buyers should Find an FFL Dealer in their local area to receive and manage the transfer of the item for them. Ideally, this would be done before they place a bid or purchase an item on That way you are ready to go and there will be good communication between the buyer and the seller, with little or no delays. This typically means the buyer must contact a local FFL transfer dealer to make arrangements for the transfer and make sure they are willing and able to work with you on your particular item (for instance, you will need to make sure your FFL choice is able to do Class 3 Transfers, etc…). Accessories such as: Non-ATF registered parts, holsters, mags, sights, scopes, etc., often are not required to ship to a FFL. Non-firearm items such as: ammunition, antique guns built before 1899, and some gun parts also do not require transfer by a licensed dealer BUT may require proof of age before shipping.  Please review the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) FAQ about transferring ownership of firearms by unlicensed persons: .


10. Trusted Used Guns 










One of the best places for news and reviews… recently stepped into the world of used gun sales.

And we’ve got to say…the prices are pretty good.

Plus you’ve got the peace of mind with a large company that has its own appraisal and inspection team.