No, this means licensed Dealers only , no more private party shipping anymoreWow what a 🤬 joke! Next will be ammo…..
The "Instruction" say.: Nothing pertaining to fire arms must be on outside of Box !?One "little" detail that most have not caught onto.
Firearms must be shipped from (for dealers) an individual account strictly for firearms. In one of the reference fields, you must enter the s/n of the firearm.(don't know how they are going to handle multiples in 1 box).
We normally use field 1 for the order number, field 2 for misc info,
Whatever is in the reference fields are printed on the shipping label.
Now who would want that information?
UPS has zero authority to track serial numbers, or access any dealer records on either end of the shipment.
I am guessing that a certain alphabet agency is going to be harvesting shipping information from UPS.
As of today, our rep has no information as to what constitutes "parts" for the 3rd account.
Yeah, and the rep is telling us one of the reference fields must have the s/n.The "Instruction" say.: Nothing pertaining to fire arms must be on outside of Box !?
That is some of the same problem, and started about 6 months ago for a few of our customers.Kinda off topic but I went to the UPS terminal where I ship my rifles and was told no more over the counter gun shipping. Must set up an account and have it picked up by a driver.
I would have went after ammo and reloading supplies first. What good is a firearm without ammo.Wow what a 🤬 joke! Next will be ammo…..
Ammoland has picked up on this as well, with references to the UPS guidelines.
I have no idea, how anyone is going to send a firearm in for service.
UPS Releases New ‘Woke' Rules for Shipping FirearmsUPS has released strict new rules for shipping firearms just months after canceling some gun dealers' accounts and destroying packages in transit.www.ammoland.com
How To Ship Firearms | UPS - United StatesInformation from UPS about how to ship firearms, which are considered a special-care shipment and require some extra steps before packing them up and shipping.www.ups.com
A non-licensed person cannot sent a handgun by USPS.Simple - use USPS.
So you go thru a licensed Gun Dealer, Pawnshop, whatever give him $ 20.00 and don'tA non-licensed person cannot sent a handgun by USPS.
Not that simple.So you go thru a licensed Gun Dealer, Pawnshop, whatever give him $ 20.00 and don't
worry any longer. Still cheaper then over night.