More Gun Owners Obtaining Federal Firearms License through in Wake of Looming Obama Gun Control Legislation

With sweeping gun legislation looming large, gun owners, firearms collectors, and business savvy entrepreneurs are turning to to obtain their FFL license.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Brandon Maddox, owner of stated, "Rumors are swirling that the ATF is no longer considering home-based FFL applications. This is completely untrue. Home-based applicants usually turn in incomplete applications because of lack of knowledge about local, state, federal requirements and inexperience navigating the bureaucratic system, which is why their applications get denied. If you know what you're doing, you can still get your FFL license, even from home."

(Photo: offers cost effective guides that show individuals a step-by-step process on how to obtain an FFL license. The guides are designed to make the licensing process simple and straightforward. Should an applicant purchase a guide and not be approved by the ATF, offers a 150% money back guarantee. has quickly gained traction in the competitive firearms space due to Maddox's experience and expertise in helping people get their FFL license. has been lauded with praise by industry heavyweights including the National Rifle Association (NRA), Gun Digest and American Rifleman.

The benefits of obtaining a federal firearms license are far-reaching. Fears that President Obama's re-election will prompt tighter gun control laws have caused firearm sales to skyrocket. As of November, 2012, the FBI has recorded a staggering 16,808, 538 instant background checks for the year. That surpasses the previous annual mark by over 350,000 and does not include sales for December. Savvy entrepreneurs that obtain a license would potentially be able to cash in on the momentum.

Individuals are applying for licenses to save themselves 30% on each firearm and ammunition purchase, which adds up to significant savings. In addition, FFL license holders are not required to pay transfer fees, wait for background checks, and can have purchases shipped directly to their homes. As firearms supplies are significantly limited, FFL dealers have greater access to these limited supplies.

Maddox goes on to say, "I obtained a Federal Firearms License and a Class 3 License from my home address. I've been able to leverage the power of the internet and gun shows, and I'm passionate about helping people get their FFL license. Our guides cut through the confusion and red tape. Investing $40-$55 dollars for our guides can help save thousands in firearm and ammunition purchases and can quickly launch a hobby business selling to friends and family members."'s Federal Firearms Licensing Guide and Class 3 License Guide provide in-depth, easy to understand content that walks the reader through the application process. All required forms come with the guides as well as insider tips on passing the interview with the ATF.

To learn more about obtaining a Federal Firearms License (FFL License) visit,


Founded in 2009, assists gun owners, collectors and business people in obtaining a federal firearms license through simplifying the application process. The organization is owned and operated by firearms industry expert Brandon Maddox. Maddox is one of the largest FFL and Class 3 dealers in the country and holds advanced degrees in Pharmacy and Business from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and Duke University respectively. has assisted over 40,000 people in all 50 states obtain their FFL License.

For media inquiries please contact:

Brandon L. Maddox, Pharmacist, MBA

6809 S. Minnesota Ave, Suite #203

Sioux Falls, SD 57108

Phone: 605-610-8898


Media Contact: Brandon Maddox, 605-610-8898, BRANDON@FFL123.COM

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