All firearms are sold as collector's items and are not warranted safe for shooting.
No sales of modern firearms or antique arms that may potentially fire modern ammunition to the state of California, Washington D. C. or any of the five boroughs of New York City. Any handgun, including antiques, that are shipped to the state of New Jersey must be shipped to an FFL holder. No sales of Ivory to the states of New York, New Jersey or California. No sales of Bear parts to the states of Alaska, California, Georgia, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Virginia, or West Virginia. No international sales of Ivory or animal parts whatsoever. Payment can be made by way of money order, banker's check, or personal check (Please allow 7-10 days for clearance on personal checks). Credit cards accepted for antique arms (no additional fees). Non-firing items may be purchased through PayPal. If not satisfied with an item within 3 days of receiving it, simply return the item in the same condition as shipped for a full refund, minus return shipping costs. Cleaning, disassembly, or altering of a firearm in any way will void inspection privileges. Layaway may be allowed upon negotiation, but will void inspection privileges. Buyer pays actual shipping & insurance costs. We primarily ship USPS unless restrictions deem UPS necessary. FFL is not required for antiques manufactured prior to 1899. Jeremiah Johnson Trading sells antiques only. Any firearms from pur personal collection occasionally sold under our Gun Broker account that do require an FFL or C&R are shipped through a licensed FFL dealer under strict accordance with Federal law and have no affiliation with this business. FFL is required on all firearms manufactured 1899-present. C&R is acceptable for any firearm manufactured over 50 years ago from the current date. All firearms are sold as collector's items and are not warranted safe for shooting. Please consult a competent gunsmith prior to shooting any firearm. International orders are allowed for antique muzzleloaders and arms that fire obsolete ammunition only. All prices are in American U.S. dollars.
Trades, full or partial, are always considered.