Are you an FFL dealer?

      Yes we are a certified federal firearms licensed dealer. 

Do you require an FFL to ship a gun?

      Yes, before we can ship the firearm, we require payment and a signed copy of your local dealer's FFL. There are 3 ways they can get it to us:

  1. You or your dealer can mail us an ink signed copy to our address.
  2. We accept a scanned and emailed copy (This is the preferred option)
  3. We can accept a faxed copy of a signed FFL from your dealer.

What is your FFL transfer fee?

      $30 and all ATF rules apply.

Why can I not get you on the phone every time I call?

      We try to answer as many calls as we can, but we place a higher priority on customers in the store. However, you can leave a message and we will try to return your call the same business day. It works best if you use our contact us page to send a message. We will reply as soon as possible.

Can I buy a firearm from T&K, if I am not a SC resident?

      Yes, long guns such as rifles, shotguns, and AR's, may be purchased (excluding some states). However, handguns must be transferred to a gun store in your state of residence.

What methods of payments do you accept?

      Cash, credit and debit cards

Do you offer layaway?

      Yes, we require a 20% down payment with a minimum deposit of $50. The balance must be paid within 3 months.

Do you accept trades?

      No, we deal in new firearms only.

What is the return policy on firearms?

      Due to legal ramifications, we cannot accept any returns on firearms.  All gun sales are final.  However we strive for good customer service and we will assist you in returning it to the manufacturer to repair any defects. We're happy when you're happy.

Does my firearm have a warranty?

      Yes, warranty information on your firearm can be found in the manual located in the original box which your firearm came in.

What do I need to bring with me to purchase a firearm?

      You will need to bring a valid photo ID (such as a driver's license) with your current address on it. If your ID does not have your current address you will need to have an additional government document with your name and current address on it, such as vehicle registration, tax statement, fishing/hunting license, or city water/power bill. All ATF rules apply.

My new gun looks used, like it has been fired, why is that?

      All new firearms are test fired at least twice at the factory. You might notice residual powder, marks on the cylinders, grease/cosmoline, which appears to look like rust sometimes. You may also find the spent shell casings in the box along with the manual. All firearms sold as "new" are in fact new firearms in the manufacturer's box as received from the dealer.

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