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Firearmspro was was founded in 2007 as a firearms instruction company and operated under the name of Professional Firearms Instruction, LLC until 2011. We renamed our company in 2011 to better reflect the full range products and service offered through our webstore as well as our traditional retail location.  We offer a wide rage of tactical and survival gear as well as firearms and gunsmithing services.  

At Firearmspro we pride ourselves in providing the best experience possible for our students and customers.  Customer satisfaction is always our top priority.  We work hard to ensure that you will enjoy your experience with Firearmspro and hope that you’ll soon become part of the Firearmspro family.  



FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

Can I purchase a Firearm?

We can only ship firearms within the United States (No shipping outside of US). However, certain restrictions apply.  Even if you live in the US, you should verify that owning a firearm is legal in your area. If you are unsure of whether or not your Firearm is Legal, you can contact us at 801-416-0606 or at Sales@Firearmspro.com or you can contact your local Police Department. 

Will I pass the Background Check?

According to the BATFE, You cannot legally possess a firearm if you answer yes to any of the following:

  1. Has been convicted in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding 1 year;
  2. Is a fugitive from justice;
  3. Is an unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance;
  4. Has been adjudicated as a mental defective or has been committed to a mental institution;
  5. Is an alien illegally or unlawfully in the United States or an alien admitted to the United States under a nonimmigrant visa;
  6. Has been discharged from the Armed Forces under dishonorable conditions;
  7. Having been a citizen of the United States, has renounced his or her citizenship;
  8. Is subject to a court order that restrains the person from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or child of such intimate partner; or
  9. Has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence
  10. Cannot lawfully receive, possess, ship, or transport a firearm.

How do I purchase a Firearm? 

  1. Find the gun that you would like to purchase.
  2. Add the item to your cart and "Check-Out" and Pay for the item. It's that easy!
  3. We will contact you via email with further instructions which are as follows: Select your FFL and please ask them to fax or email a signed and dated copy of their FFL to 801-820-5673 or to Sales@Firearmspro.com. Please ask them to reference your Order number (Which is automatically supplied to you after check-out and is also emailed to you.) when sending us the information.
  4. We will ship the firearm to your FFL and supply you with the tracking information so that you know when it has arrived. 
  5. Complete your state required background check & Pick up your Firearm!


Can my Firearm purchase ship to my home address?

No. You cannot have a Firearm ship to your home address. All Firearm purchases must ship to a Federal Firearm Licensed (FFL) Dealer. We ask that the Firearm be shipped to your FFL of choice in your area. If you do not have an FFL dealer of choice, you may view the options HERE.

What is a Suppressor?

Firearm sound suppressors, or “silencers” as they are sometimes called, are devices which help reduce the noise of gunfire to hearing safe levels when attached to the end of a firearm’s barrel. Suppressors are generally nothing more than containment systems with a series of baffles which help contain and re-direct the expanding gasses that exit the end of the firearm’s barrel when it is discharged. Suppressors help to lessen the sound of the muzzle-blast only. Using suppressors can make shooting firearms safer, more enjoyable and help make shooting ranges more neighborly.

Can I purchase a Suppressor?

Under federal law, it has never been illegal to own a silencer. If it is legal for you to buy a handgun, and you live in a state that allows ownership, then it is probably legal for you to own a silencer. The basic requirements are as follows:

  1. You must be at least 21 years old
  2. You must live in a state that allows ownership
  3. You must not have any felony convictions

Do I need a License to Own a Suppressor?

No. What is required is a $200 "Tax Stamp" and an ATF Form 4. 

Which states allow Suppressor Ownership?

The following states allow private ownership of silencers: AL, AR, AK, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IN, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MI, MO, MS, MT, ND, NE, NV, NH, NM, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WV and WY. Even if you live in one of these states, you should verify that owning a suppressor is legal in your area.

Of the remaining states; CA and IA may allow silencer ownership for people in possession of a valid FFL.

Can I use one Suppressor for multiple Firearms?

Yes. As long as the firearms are threaded in a way that will accept the silencer, you shouldn’t have any problems.


What is Difference between a Suppressor and a Silencer?

There is no difference.  These words are used interchangeably and mean the same thing.

How do I purchase a Suppressor?


  1. Find the Suppressor that you would like to purchase.
  2. Add the item to your cart and "Check-Out" and Pay for the item. It's that easy!
  3. We will contact you via email with further instructions which, are as follows: Select your Class 3 SOT FFL and please ask them to fax or email a signed and dated copy of their SOT FFL to 801-820-5673 or to Sales@Firearmspro.com. Please ask them to reference your Order number (Which is automatically supplied to you after check-out and is also emailed to you.) when sending us the information.
  4. We will ship the Suppressor to your SOT FFL and supply you with the tracking information so that you know when it has arrived.
  5. There will be a wait time from when we receive your order and when your SOT FFL receives the Suppressor.
  6. Complete your state required background check & Pick up your Suppressor!
How long does it take to receive my Suppressor?

This is determined on a number of factors. There are multiple ways to aquire your Suppressor and each method supplies different wait times from the BATFE while awaiting the background check and Tax Stamp approval. They are as follows: 

How should I register my Suppressor?

Once you’ve determined that you can legally own a suppressor, you should carefully consider what the best method will be for you to register a suppressor. There are three possible ways to register a suppressor, and each method has its own pros and cons:

1. Register the Suppressor to a TRUST

  • Advantages:
    1. Anyone listed as a trustee in the trust can be in possession of the suppressor
    2. A revocable trust can be changed at any time without notifying the ATF
    3. You only need to create the trust once. The same trust can be used for all future suppressors or other NFA items (such as short barreled rifles)
  • Disadvantages:
    1. Some initial work and cost is required to setup the trust. Many people create their trust using a do-it-yourself solution – or you can also talk to a gun trust lawyer who will set it up for you.
    2. In some states, a trust needs to be registered with the state – although that is not a requirement in most cases.
    3. A Form 23 will need to be filed for each additional trustee that includes their fingerprings and photos in addition to your own
  • Best for:
    1. People with family members who want to share possession of the suppressor
    2. People who want to go together with friends on the purchase of a suppressor
    3. People who want more flexibility in the long run

2. Register the Suppressor to a CORPORATION

  • Advantages:
    1. Any officer of the corporation can be in possession of the suppressor
    2. If you already have a corporation, this can be easier than a trust since you will avoid the initial trust setup
  • Disadvantages:
    1. You need to keep your corporation in good standing, which can be more work than a trust (which is basically a “create it and forget about it” process in most cases)
    2. A Form 23 will need to be filed for each additional trustee that includes their fingerprings and photos in addition to your own
  • Best for:
    1. Anyone who already owns a corporation, and wants that corporation to act as the owner of the suppressor

3. Register the Suppressor in YOUR OWN NAME

  • Advantages:
    1. You can avoid initial work required to setup a trust or corporation
    2. This route no longer requires a CLEO signature, only notification
  • Disadvantages:
    1. Only you can be in possession of the suppressor (although, other people can still use it if you’re with them)
    2. Requires fingerprint card & photos
  • Best for:
    1. People who don’t plan to buy a lot of NFA items
    2. People who just want to get the buying process started
    3. People who always plan to be present when the suppressor is in use
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