NH, I could well be wrong but I believe that only a FFL holder can ship firearms through the mail (whether from or to). As I said, I wasn't sure about shipping firearms to yourself.neolithic hunter said:wait a minute rika when could you not ship guns to a ffl holder via the us mail. i understood that if you were shipping for repair or modifcation, you could ship it what ever was the best way for youself.???
I also thought that person-to-person was OK non-USPS (provided they can legally own it) as long as it's in the same state and the state doesn't have laws otherwise... like CA most likely does.Firearms may not be mailed or shipped interstate from one non-FFL to another non-FFL. Personally owned rifles and shotguns may be mailed or shipped to an FFL in any state for any lawful purpose, including sale, repair, or customizing. An FFL may ship a firearm or replacement firearm of the same kind and type to a person from whom it was received. Under U.S. Postal regulations, handguns may be sent via the Postal Service only from one FFL to another FFL, or between authorized government officials.
A person may ship a rifle or shotgun to himself, in care of a person who lives in another state, for purposes of hunting.
Firearms or ammunition delivered to a common carrier for shipment must be accompanied by a written notice to the carrier of the contents of the shipment.
FFL to FFL; all should be fine; just check to make sure what was sent to your local FFL was indeed what you expected. If NOT; "DO NOT accept it upon it's arrival..!" Let your FFL folks work it out... Hope your gettin' something nice!lucille said:They went from one FFL to another FFL located near me, I will probably pick them up tomorrow, I am still not sure exactly what I have as no list was provided to me.