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Legal Descriptions

FFL Required
FFL is an abbreviation for Federal Firearms License.

Items marked with "FFL Required" require that Firearms Dealers must have their "FFL" on file with LMT.

Once the paperwork is on file with us, your online shopping cart account will be flagged as a "Dealer Account" or "Law Enforcement/Government Account."  Upon confirmation that your paperwork is on file, you may "login" and order "FFL Required" items.  If you are a retail customer, click here to be redirected to our dealer locater and one of our registered dealers will be happy to assist you.

Call us at 1-309-732-9527 if you require additional information, assistance, or if your paperwork is already on file with us.


NFA Restricted
NFA is an abbreviation for National Firearms Act.

Since 1934, the Federal Government has regulated the ownership of machine guns and several other types of weapons (including grenade launchers).

The National Firearms Act of 1934 provides for the registration, and the taxing of the transfer, of a class of weapons described as NFA Title 2 weapons (sometimes referred to as "Class 3 weapons").  These include machine guns, short barreled rifles (i.e. rifles with barrels less than 16" or less than 26" in length overall), short barreled shotguns, silencers (also known as suppressors) and regulation of destructive devices such as grenade launchers.

Call us at 1-309-732-9527 if you require additional information, assistance, or if your paperwork is already on file with us.


Excise Tax
Orders containing one or more "complete upper receiver half" and "complete lower receiver half" pairs will be assessed an 11% federal excise tax on the price of each complete upper/lower pair (excluding any accessories).

Call us at 1-309-732-9527 if you require additional information or assistance.

Warning!
Firearms may be severely damaged and serious injury to the shooter or to others may result from any condition causing excessive pressure inside the chamber or barrel during firing. Excessive pressure can be caused by obstructions in the barrel, propellant powder overloads, or by the use of incorrect cartidges or defectively assembled cartidges. In addition, the use of dirty, corroded, or damged cartridges may cause personal injusry from the sudden escape of high-pressure propellant gas within the firearm's mechanism.

Only use cartridges that are specific for the barrels chambered caliber.