The Retirement Gun Business Guide – Profit As Fed Firearms Dealer


The Retirement Gun Business Guide – Profit As Fed Firearms Dealer



Get Guns and UNLIMITED Ammo at Wholesale For Your Own Use or To Sell For Profit

“Former gov’t insider reveals how to get your Federal Firearms License and run a home-based gun business… That could allow you to pay off your mortgage sooner and retire from a full-time job.”

Multiple Streams of Gun Income

The fact is, there are many ways to collect extra retirement income from your gun business.

And, you don’t have to work 40 hours a week… Rent expensive office space… Or, spend a fortune on inventory.

Buying and Selling Guns for Profit

One of the biggest benefits of getting your FFL is being able to buy guns for yourself at ZERO markup.

Of course, you don’t only want to buy guns for yourself, you also need to sell guns to make money.

The profit per gun varies, but on average, you’ll make about $50-$75 for every gun you sell.

Being conservative, if you sell just 4 guns a week at $50 profit, that’s an extra $200 in your bank account each week… An extra $800 a month.

If you add up the $500 a month from doing transfers and the $800 a month from selling a few guns, you’ve already made over $1,200 a month.

And, we still haven’t talked about selling accessories…

The Secret to Bigger Profits

The secret to making even more money in your home-based gun business is by selling accessories.

After all, when someone buys a gun from you they’re probably also going to want ammunition… A holster… A cleaning kit… Or a tactical bag, to name a few.

“$30 For Gun Cleaning?”

There are over 100 million gun owners in this country and many of them don’t enjoy cleaning their guns.

This is why another way to collect extra retirement income is by offering a gun cleaning service.

It’s simple really.

When someone buys a gun from you, just mention that you offer gun cleaning.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the number of people who take you up on this.

If you clean just 3 guns a week at $30 per gun, that’s an extra $90 a week… An extra $360 a month.

And, when you add up all of these ways to make money, just look at how much extra income you could collect each month.

$500 – from transfers
$800 – from guns
$148 – from accessories
$360 – from cleaning guns

Total= $1,808

Of course, you could put more hours into your business and make even more money. It’s all up to you because it’s your business.

The bottom line is this…

If you’re looking to make a little extra money in retirement to pay off your mortgage, pay utility bills, and not have to rely on Social Security, there’s no better way than your own home-based gun business.

Luckily, it’s easy to get started with your own business right now.

The Retirement Gun Business

Introducing… The Retirement Gun Business Guide: How to make an extra $1,200 a month (or more) from your kitchen table.



It takes all of the guesswork out of quickly and easily applying for your FFL.

The bottom line is, pages 42-54 of The Retirement Gun Business Guide walk you step-by-step through everything you need to know to sign up with these 3 wholesalers to start selling guns… Accessories… Ammunition… And more…

So you can start collecting retirement income of $1,200 or more each month.

Even better, there are a few other items included with The Retirement Gun Business Guide to ensure you never have to worry about running out of money in retirement…


The Retirement Gun Business Guide – Profit As Fed Firearms Dealer