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How to Buy a Gun Online

Buying a gun online is an easy, private, and legal way to buy your next gun. Shop our vast selection of the industry’s top gun manufacturers from the convenience and privacy of your own home. After finding the right gun for you, we will ship it to the FFL of your choice for pickup and background check. Your dealer will walk you through the NICS check process and legally transfer the gun to you.

Advantages to Buying a Gun Online – Shop. Ship. Shoot.

  1. Convenience
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  3. Huge Selection of Guns from Top Brands in the industry
  4. Privacy of Shopping from your home

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do handguns cost?

The price of a handgun varies, and depends on numerous factors including manufacturer, size, and features. They can typically be found new for around $200 and can go up in price to $1,000 or more.

Guns.com sells both new and used pistols and revolvers from dozens of manufacturers. We offer something in every price range and strive to make buying a gun online easy and hassle-free.

What are the best handguns for concealed carry?

The lightweight ruger LCR is ideal for concealed carry

Smith & Wesson’s best sellers were also designed for personal protection:the M&P9, M&P9 Shield, and M&P Bodyguard 380. These guns are lightweight and made with a polymer frame make them perfect for a concealed carry option. The M&P9 Shield is an ultra-compact version of the M&P9, both of which are chambered in 9mm, while the M&P Bodyguard 380 is chambered in 380 ACP..

What type of ammo do handguns use?

When it comes it handgun ammo, there are thousands of options available and the choices can sometimes be overwhelming, especially for new gun owners. First and foremost, it’s fundamental to find the correct caliber for your gun. Although some handguns, like the Taurus Judge, are capable of accepting different size bullets, most are made for one particular caliber.

The most common handgun calibers are 22LR, 380 ACP, 9mm, 40 S&W, 45 ACP, 38 Special and 357 Mag. The most popular handgun ammo for sale comes from manufacturers like Winchester, Remington, Federal, Hornady, Nosler, CCI, Speer, and others. For those with a bit more knowledge, shop handgun ammo for sale by bullet type, casing, grain weight, muzzle energy, and muzzle velocity.

A vital part of most semi-automatic pistols, magazines serve to store ammo while “feeding” it to the handgun. When browsing handgun mags, it’s important to find one that is compatible with your specific gun model.

Our search filters make this easy. Simply make the appropriate selections under “Brand Fit” and “Model Fit.”

What are popular handgun models?

The top-selling semi-automatics include handguns from SIG SAUER and Smith & Wesson, as well as Kel-Tec, CZ, Glock, and Ruger.

SIG SAUER’s most popular pistols include the P365, P320, and P938. The P365 is made with a polymer frame and chambered in 9mm. Available in full-size and compact, the P320 utilizes a modular design for easy changing of the caliber and grip size. The P938 is based on the 1911 and chambered in 9mm.

Smith & Wesson’s best sellers include the M&P9, M&P9 Shield, and M&P Bodyguard 380. All three models were designed for personal protection (see the Concealed Carry section above).

Other best-selling pistols include the Kel-Tec PMR-30, GLOCK G43, CZ 75, and the Ruger LCP.

Some of the most popular revolvers are made by Ruger, Smith & Wesson, and Taurus.

Ruger’s best-selling handgun models include the LCR (see Concealed Carry), GP100, SP101, and Blackhawk. The GP100 and SP101 are suitable for outdoor carry, while the Blackhawk is an old west-styled, single-action wheel gun that has been in production for more than 60 years.

Top-selling Smith & Wesson models include the 642, a compact and lightweight J-frame revolver, and the 629, which is chambered in 44 Magnum. When it was first made in 1955, the Model 629 was the most powerful handgun in production at the time.

The most popular Taurus revolvers are the Judge, which handles 45 Long Colt and 410 bore shotgun shells, and the Model 85, a sub-compact five-shooter chambered in 38 Special +P.