1 I need help with my online order
1.1 I have a question about my online order, how do I get a hold of the right department.
All online orders are processed through our Yuma Warehouse entity, you can contact them by:
email:[email protected] (this will probably be the fastest way to get a hold of someone)
phone: 619-866-5101 (this method will have a delayed response if we have higher than normal order volumes)
1.2 How long does it take you to ship once I place an order?
Most shipments happen within 24 hours, however, we sometimes receive order volumes that can push shipping times out to 5 days.
1.3 Hey guys, I see you take a bunch of different Crypto-currency, I'd like to pay with my shitcoin, but you dont offer it, what do?
You can email us at [email protected] and we will consider accepting your preferred coin-type. There are a lot of coins out there that we just wont touch, so we can't guarantee that we will end up accepting your shitcoin.
1.4 Hey, I keep seeing these receipts posted online but I didn't get a cool receipt, WTF bro.
To get our actual receipts you need to visit us in person at one of our retail locations, online orders do not currently include these, they instead get packing slips.
2 FFL Questions
3 Home Building of Firearms
3.1 I live in California, do I have to serialize firearms I make?
Homemade firearms are legally required to be serialized and registered in the state of California.
As of July 1, 2018, prior to manufacturing or assembling a firearm, a person shall apply to the Department for a unique serial number.
Please refer to California Penal Code sections 29180-29184 and the California Code of Regulations, title 11, division 5, chapter 41 (Regulations regarding Identifying Info and the USNA Process and Emergency Regulations regarding Firearms: Identifying Info – Existing and New California Residents) for complete instructions on the process and information regarding firearms that are eligible for a unique serial number prior to starting the application process.
The Unique Serial Number Application shall be submitted via the California Firearms Application Reporting System (CFARS) to request unique serial number(s). Access CFARS at:
3.2 I live in California, can I make up my own serial number and apply it to homemade guns?
No, you are legally required to obtain serial numbers from California DOJ prior to building homemade firearms.
You can start your application by going to the following webpage: