What is Firearm Storage and Who Uses this Service?
Some people store firearms with us because of our secure facility. People going on vacation, maybe a problem person in their home and other reasons.
Storage is also used so a person doesn’t have to sell their firearms or surrender their firearms to local Law Enforcement to be destroyed because of a Court Ordered Restraining Order.
Procedures to store a Court Ordered Firearm(s)
- Bring a copy of the Court Order.
- Bring your Valid California I.D. or Driver’s License
- We must be paid in full for all charges. Then paid in full each month, until the Court releases the firearm(s) to you..
- You sign a Storage Agreement, and we then take possession of your firearms for the required length of time that has been ordered by the court.
- We list all firearms on a DOJ Form BOF 922 (requiring all information).
- Complete DOJ Form BOF DV-800 / JV 2582 for the court.
- We then enter all firearms into our ATF Computer A/D Book and you sign the paperwork for our computer showing we now have possession of your firearm(s).
- We then give you copies for each firearm.
- We then store your firearms until the Court Ordered Day of Release of Firearms.
How to Retrieve Your Firearm
- Bring in your Court Order from a Judge showing we can release the firearm(s), to You and a Valid California I.D or Driver’s License.
- Receive any Payment or Fees owed.
- Customer must then pay a $40.00 DROS Fee
- Customer then signs all paperwork for Calif. DOJ
- Customer fills out and signs Federal Form 4473.
- You now wait 10 days to pickup your firearm(s). (10, 24 hour periods)
- We then have to Dispose all firearms in out ATF A/D Disposition Book.
Storage Fees and Charges
- $10.00 Cost for each firearm for Items 6,7, & 8.
- $15.00 Charge for each firearm for Items 15, 16 & 18.
- $1.00 per day Storage Fee for each firearm stored.