Puerto Rico Gun Shop Directory

With local firearms often in limited supply, you might turn to the internet to order your next gun, but before you get started, you’ll want to find a local Puerto Rico FFL to handle the transaction. Of course, what are you supposed to do if you can’t find a local gun dealer? Developed to answer this question, FFL Easy was designed as a one-stop destination for the modern shooter. We provide an easy directory to find the dealers nearest you. This way, you have no trouble picking out the right San Juan FFL or finding the Bayamon FFL that charges the most reasonable transfer fees.

Though a beautiful place to live, Puerto Rico gun laws can be a bit difficult to navigate, especially when local governments seem to have trouble knowing how to apply the law themselves. For many years, the territory acted on a “may issue” basis, but in June 20, 2015, this was ruled unconstitutional. In effect, both open and concealed carry became legal, at least technically. Unfortunately, many local law enforcement officers will still enforce old statutes restricting this carry and right now there is still some question as to what gun owners can and cannot do. This makes it important to speak with a Federal Firearm Licensee (FFL) in your area to get a better idea, which you will also want to do if you are ordering any firearms online.

Locating the Perfect Puerto Rico FFL

Are you searching for a gun store that is close to home? Did you just move and need a quality Ponce FFL to handle your next gun transaction? Do you want to make sure you find the best transfer fee from your local Caguas FFL? Whatever the case might be, FFL Easy is built for you. Our intuitive federal firearms license database not only includes local dealers’ contact information, but also offers transfer fee information as well. This makes your search easier, and allows you to find just the right dealer to handle your transaction.

At the end of the day, if you want a good FFL in PR, you are in the right place. If you want to get the best information for dealing with your local dealer, make sure to read our How To Buy a Firearm Online Beginner’s Guide.

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