Online Gun Purchase

Moriarti's Firearm Operation and Safety Manual

How to Buy a Gun Online

Buying a gun online is just as easy as buying anything else online. The one very important difference is FIREARMS CANNOT BE SHIPPED DIRECTLY TO THE BUYER. Firearms must be shipped to a federally licensed firearms dealer, your local FFL. We will ship your gun to the dealer of your choice. When you go to pick up your gun to your local FFL dealer, you will be required to complete the Firearms Transaction Record (Form 4473) and pass the FBI background check. Most dealers charge a nominal fee to transfer a firearm. Moriarti Arms does not charge a transfer fee when you place an order online. The process of transferring a firearm from the dealer to the buyer varies from state to state.  Please contact your local FFL to obtain all the particulars. 

Placing Your Order

Find the gun you want and add it to your cart.

On the Shopping Cart page, click the Proceed to Checkout button.

Login to your account, or choose Guest Checkout.

Enter your billing address information, then click Continue.

You may enter your local FFL information in the shipping address column, or simply supply us with their info at a later time.

Select your shipping method, then click Continue. 

Enter your payment information, then click Continue.

Review your order, then click Place Order.

That's it! You will receive an order confirmation email shortly after you place your order. When your order ships, you will receive a shipping confirmation email with tracking information.


If your gun is NOT being picked up from Moriarti Armaments headquarters, it is your responsibility to coordinate with your chosen dealer and have a copy of their FFL license emailed to referencing your Order ID. We cannot ship your order until we receive a copy of your chosen dealer's FFL license. If we do not receive a copy of your chosen dealer's FFL license within 90 days of your order, your order will be canceled.

Transferring Your Firearm

When you arrive at your chosen FFL dealer, INSPECT THE FIREARM THOROUGHLY BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE TRANSFER PROCESS. Once the transfer process is complete, the gun is yours and may not be returned to Moriarti Arms.

If upon inspection you see that the gun is defective, leave the gun with the dealer and contact us as soon as possible, preferably before you leave the dealer. We will work with the dealer to have the firearm returned to us for exchange or repair at no cost to you or the dealer.

If you wish to proceed with the transfer, follow your local dealer's instructions for completing Firearms Transaction Record (Form 4473).

When you pass the background check, follow the dealer's instructions for completing the transfer.

If you live in a state that requires a waiting period before you can take possession of the gun, the waiting period begins after you pass the background check. If you live in a state that does not require a waiting period, you may take your new gun home with you.

Things to Keep In Mind

It is YOUR responsibility to know the laws in your area regarding the purchase, transfer and ownership of firearms.

Unless you are positive that your chosen FFL dealer will process your transfer, you should contact them BEFORE placing your order. Ask if they will accept the shipment and process your transfer. You should also ask how much they will charge for the transfer. You are responsible for paying the transfer fee.

Be sure to INSPECT THE FIREARM THOROUGHLY BEFORE STARTING THE TRANSFER. Once the transfer process is complete, the gun is yours and may not be returned to Moriarti Arms. If you run into a warranty issue at a later time, you may contact us and we will gladly assist you.

If you fail the background check, you will be responsible for paying the return shipping costs plus a 20% restocking fee.

ATF Pistol Brace Rule Moriarti Armaments Statement

On January 13, 2023, ATF announced its new final rule on stabilizing braces (Rule 2021R-08F, “Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Attached Stabilizing Braces,” found at, which appears to subject many of today’s firearms with attached stabilizing braces and the millions of individuals that own them to the provisions and requirements of the National Firearms Act (NFA).

Moriarti Armaments opposes this rule that, in many respects, is a complete reversal of years of prior guidance from ATF and represents another example of government overreach and the arbitrary infringement of Americans’ constitutional rights. We will work with our fellow manufacturers and industry partners to challenge this unjust rule, and we look forward to this unconstitutional action being struck down by the courts.

Given the present uncertainty caused by this rule, however, and at the advice of our legal counsel, we are taking action to comply with the rule as we currently understand it and, upon publication of the rule in the Federal Register, will no longer sell or ship pistols with stabilizing braces. Rest assured, we will continue to do everything in our power to legally promote the rights of law-abiding gun owners and maximize individual freedom while this matter makes its way through the judicial system.

Thank you for shopping at Moriarti Arms!