Legal Information

 It is the customer's sole responsibility to know their local and state laws which may prohibit or restrict their ability to purchase certain products that Clyde Armory offers for sale.

Clyde Armory will continue to strictly adhere to all Federal Rules and Regulations without exception. Clyde Armory will only conduct sales of weapons in accordance with Federal/BATFE guidelines. Prohibited sales include, but are not limited to: convicted felons, persons convicted of domestic abuse or violence, non-US citizens, illegal aliens, persons unlawfully using any controlled substance, persons dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces, persons adjudicated mentally defective, and/or persons committed to a mental institution.

Under no circumstances will Clyde Armory sell items to customers that are deemed illegal under State and Federal guidelines. These items include, but are not limited to: firearms, ammunition, parts, and accessories. It is the responsibility of the customer to know his or her State’s laws before an order is placed with Clyde Armory. Clyde Armory will not conduct a sale with knowledge that an item is being shipped to a location where that item is deemed illegal. Under ITAR, Clyde Armory reserves the right to terminate, without warning, any orders placed which are in violation of the customer’s State rules and regulations.  

Rifles must be purchased by individuals over the age of 18 (know you state laws as some states require the purchaser of a rifle to be 21 older), and handguns must be purchased by individuals over the age of 21. All firearms must be shipped to a Federal Firearms License holder without exception. Class 3 weapons and NFA-regulated items must be sold to a Class 3 FFL/SOT holder without exception. All required documentation must be acquired by Clyde Armory before any sale of these items is conducted. It is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure his documents are correct, current, and in accordance with Federal/BATFE guidelines.

Clyde Armory will only provide a copy of their Federal Firearms License when they are the party receiving a firearm, as this is the only time it is required by the ATF in the written law. 

All information regarding requirements for dealer-to-dealer firearm acquisition are clearly outlined in Section 478.94 (page 52 in PDF, page 53 in bound copies):


Clyde Armory’s FFL number will be printed on all invoices, but no physical copy will ever be presented to the receiving dealer. Clyde Armory’s policy is to not act outside the written law. If the receiving dealer refuses to accept the firearm due to policies instilled outside the ATF’s written law, Clyde Armory will not be responsible for return-shipping costs or finding an alternate dealer. It is solely the responsibility of the customer to find a reputable dealer who will accept a firearm transfer under these terms. This policy will not be changed for any customer.

Clyde Armory reserves the right to terminate, without warning, any potential transaction at company discretion.

Clyde Armory will not be held responsible for any action committed by the customer after he or she has legally obtained a firearm or any other weapon from Clyde Armory. This includes, but is not limited to: physical harm to self or others; physical, mental, or emotional intimidation; brandishing of weapon; murder or attempted murder; assault; battery; robbery or attempted robbery; destruction of private or Government property; terrorism; treason; and/or any other activity that would aim to disrupt the wellbeing of the United States, its Citizens, its Allies, or its Endeavors.

By reading this, viewing the Clyde Armory website, and/or logging in as a new or returning customer, the reader acknowledges that he is bound by these terms of usage.

No copyrighted content may be taken from this site without prior written approval from Clyde Armory.

Clyde Armory reserves the right to update the above information without any prior notice to the customer.