New FFL in Pullman Washington

Pullman Washington is just over the border from Moscow Idaho. Moscow has numerous stores that sell guns and used to have a few dedicated gun shops. It’s down to one gun shop now but Pullman has zero stores that sell guns and only for a year or two had a gun shop. Who, Kevin I. says, “the city fathers chase him out”.

This makes it a bit of a hassle for Pullman and surrounding residents to buy a handgun. It is illegal to go next door to Moscow and directly buy a handgun from someone in Moscow. You need to transfer the gun across state lines via a FFL. In this case it means a trip to Spokane–75 miles away. Just one more stupid infringement on our specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms.

But that recently changed. We now have a FFL in Pullman again.

Palouse Operational Supply is now in town and FFL transfer are only $25.00 ($20.00 for law enforcement, fire, and military). They also provide quotes on whatever toy and accessory you have an interest in and promise “You won’t find a better deal, period!” for some manufactures.

3 thoughts on “New FFL in Pullman Washington

  1. Shocking to hear there’s nothing in Clarkston nor Colfax – but then again I mourned when Red died and Lolo in Lewiston died with him.

    Sounds like a good place to open a Hock Shop with FFL.

    CEM

  2. In Clarkston there is a hardware store that sells guns and does FFL transfers. There may still be the place in Colfax out on chicken ranch road, not sure.

    Does Palouse Operational Supply have a retail storefront?

    When I was a kid, you could walk into any one of several hardware stores in Pullman and get M1 rifles and carbines for less than $20. Other arms too (gun counters, horrors!). How times have changed.

  3. This is good to know. I’d like to see some reference to the regular citizen though. So far I find references only to LE on the web site.

    “When I was a kid, you could walk into any one of several hardware stores in Pullman and get M1 rifles and carbines for less than $20.”
    So we have to get rid of GCA ’68, which was a farce (pure harassment of law abiding citizens) from its inception.

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