Log Book

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A customer asked us “What kind of information on my guns do I need to keep?” The best answer, for most cases, is “Everything you can”. Whether for theft, fire or just a personal inventory, we could only suggest getting a notebook and keeping any state “pink forms”.

Available for purchase in store or on Gunbroker.


Duffy’s Personal Firearm Log Book
8.5 x 11″ | 68 Pages | $12.95

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That sparked an idea, and Duffy’s Personal Firearm Log Book was designed. This book will give you a place to record the basic details, but also a log of gunsmithing and photos and various notes for your firearms. There is even a section for the disposition or sale for each. The Personal Firearm Log Book will record the details for up to 32 firearms in a single place.

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The Personal Firearm Log Book begins with an index of each firearm, allowing you to quickly find any specific record, but also to provide a quick overview of what has been logged. From there the book is a series of two page spreads for each weapon. On the left page you can attach photos or make notes.

Available exclusively at Duffy’s Gun Room.

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May I lawfully ship a firearm directly to an out-of-State licensee (FFL holder), or must I have a licensee in my State ship it to him? May the licensee return the firearm to me, even if the shipment is across State lines?


Any person may ship firearms directly to a licensee in any State, with no requirement for another licensee to ship the firearm. However, handguns are not mailable through the United States Postal Service and must be shipped via common or contract carrier.(18 U.S.C. §§ 1715). Firearms shipped to FFLs for repair or any other lawful purpose may be returned to the person from whom received without transferring the firearm through an FFL in the recipient’s State of residence. FFLs may also return a replacement firearm of the same kind and type to the person from whom received. 18 U.S.C. § 922(a)(2)(A).

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