You found a great deal on a firearm but the seller can only ship to an FFL.

Not to worry, we can help you with that as well.

Just follow these simple steps

  • You contact us and we do the rest :)
  • When the fire arm arrives we will contact you to schedule delivery
  • You arrive at the agreed upon time and pay the transfer fee ($20 cash, $25 credit card...no checks)
  • You fill out the computerized 4473
    • Make sure you understand the residency and identification requirements
    • Active duty military with PCS orders for a Colorado duty station are welcome here
  • We submit the information to the CBI
  • If the CBI approves the transfer we will record it,  and you can be on your way.
  • If the CBI denies the transfer
    • We can discuss your options but none of them allow you to leave with the firearm!!!!!

In the state of Colorado, no one may transfer possession of a firearm to another person (FFL holders excluded) without the receiving party filling out a 4473 and being subjected to a background check by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. There are some exceptions, but most people do not qualify for them.

We can gladly provide the transfer service for a flat rate of $20 (cash) or $25 (credit card) but no checks.

The process is very simple. All you need to do is follow a few simple steps.

  • Agree on a price with the buyer, but DO NOT accept payment!!!!
  • Contact us to arrange for a transfer
  • You, the buyer and the firearm arrive at the appointed time
    • The firearm(s) to be transferred must be UNLOADED and in a case or other container.
      • Firearms not arriving in this manner will NOT be transferred!!!
      • No ammunition may be in the case or other container!!!
      • No exceptions!!!
  • One of you pays the non-refundable transfer fee.
  • The buyer fills out the computerized 4473
    • Make sure you understand the residency and identification requirements
    • Active duty military with PCS orders for a Colorado duty station are welcome here
  • We submit the information to the CBI
  • If the CBI approves the transfer we will record it,  you accept payment from the buyer and the two of you can be on your way.
  • If the CBI denies the transfer
    • You have to find a different buyer (for now)
    • The buyer can appeal the denial to the CBI (they do not tell us why it is being denied)
    • If your buyer is wanted by law enforcement, the CBI will contact local law enforcement and they may come pick him (or her up)!!!!!

Imagine pitting your skills against another living breathing human being.

No paper or steel targets, no plastic pellets or fake guns.

Real guns (Glock 17), real scenarios and potentially painful (bruises) for lapses in judgment or other deficiencies.

This is force on force training.

We tailor our training for real world scenarios that a home owner or concealed handgun permit holder might encounter.

But we take it a step further. We incorporate force on force training in nearly all of our handgun courses.

We do not limit this to advanced students or charge a premium for it.

We are the ONLY instructor for civilians in the state of Colorado that is authorized to use non-lethal training munitions from Ultimate Training Munitions.

If you want to really experience force on force training, we are the people to call.

If you are shopping for a specific firearm, give us a call and let us quote you a total (out of the door) price, complete with a lifetime warranty (at no extra charge).

If we do not have it in stock but you are willing to wait a few days for it to come in you might find our total pricing to be very competitive. We can even offer layaway purchasing!!

If you buy a defensive handgun from us, you can enroll in our NRA Basic Pistol class for only $15.00 or our Advanced Concealed Carry class for only $50.00

If you believe what you see in the movies, gun fighting (back in the day) was simply a matter of squaring off at high noon and shooting a one another until one (or both) shooters were no longer able to shoot back.

There was also the occasional ambush where one side shot at the other side from cover and without warning.

Both of these events were either legal or illegal depending on the mood of the locals at the time.

Frontier justice was rarely fair nor was it just.

Guilt was often times a matter of who got killed and their standing in society.

Kill the preacher...oops.

Kill the town terror...the drinks are on us!

Gun fighting as it was, is illegal today in most places. Yet it still happens.

Bad guys ambush good guys (Dallas PD) and bad guys ambush bad guys (Chicago gang violence).

The bad guys know that the best way to prevail is to strike first and without warning.

This extends to interactions with other parts of society as well.

If the bad guy is going to commit a robbery he\'s going to pick his mark, the time and the place that gives him the greatest advantage.