The Rarest Type Of African American Gun Owner – One With A Federal Firearms License

Francine Jones
Francine Jones
National African American Gun Association
National African American Gun Association

USA –  -(Ammoland.com)- When you first meet Francine Jones you are immediately struck by her beauty but to everyone’s surprise she is also a Federal Firearms License holder.

She can Buy and Sell Guns Nationwide……

Francine Jones is the owner of Bubbas Gun Sales in Gwinnett County, Ga. She is one of the few African American women in the United States who hold a federal firearms license / FFL. This license authorizes her to sell weapons, run background checks and also conduct interstate transactions on a customer’s behalf. This is a extremely hard Firearms License to get and the qualification process thru the Federal government is incredibly difficult and will test your “will power”.

Francine started Bubbas Guns Sales because when she went to gun shows across Georgia, she noticed the lack of diversity of firearm dealers and buyers.

Believing there was a need for women of Color as firearm dealers she completed the necessary forms, fingerprints, secured county zoning clearances, various state registrations and went thru an intense interview process with an ATF investigator at her home. Additionally she was trained on completing the ATF Form 4473 Firearms Transaction Record for Over-the-Counter and other required documentation. The background check is rigorous and can take several months to complete.

While Francine qualified for a Class 3 license which includes Fully Automatic firearms or Machines Gun, she choose to go with the Class 01-Dealer in Firearms-Other Than Destructive Devices and is authorize to sell shotguns such as the Mossberg 500-12GA, handguns such as Glock 9M, long guns such as AK-47, AR-15 and Remington 700 etc.

Bubba Gun Sales offers low overhead and with access to various wholesalers in the Southeast and Mid-West. She is able to secure firearms and transfer firearms quicker and lower than her competition as needed and at very reasonable prices.

She can service clients nationwide. For anyone wanting to purchase a Firearm Nationwide you can call Bubba Guns at (888)202-2396 or (404)822-6168 direct line or email them at [email protected] or on FaceBook.

Bubba Gun’s Website is being modified and will be re-launched on June 3, 2016. Everyone please support Bubba Gun Sales

Link to FFL application: https://www.atf.gov/firearms/instructions-form-7-application-federal-firearms-license

About National African American Gun Association (NAAGA):

The goal of the National African American Gun Association is to have every african american introduced to firearm use for home protection, competitive shooting, and outdoor recreational activities. We are a civil rights organization focused on self preservation of our community through armed protection and community building. The National African American Gun Association provides a network for all african american firearm owners, gun clubs and outdoor enthusiasts. We welcome people of all religious, social, and racial perspectives. We especially welcome african american members of law enforcement and active/retired military.

For more information, visit: www.naaga.co.

  • 13 thoughts on “The Rarest Type Of African American Gun Owner – One With A Federal Firearms License

    1. More of an accomplishment than hype if you read the article one in a few Arican American WOMEN. Lack of comprehension runs deep.

    2. Getting an FFL is a piece of cake. I have held them twice and both times it was a simple straight forward procedure. I think the author should apply before he writes a story full of hype.

    3. What you see in the mirror in the morning is what you get the remainder of the day!

      Stay Safe…….Stay Armed……Stay American………!!!

    4. Great. And she follows Eugene Robinson and Roland Martin. Both guys would put her out of business.

      1. All the African American crap is thanks to Brotha Jesse Jackson ! Respect and dignity the fool says,respect and dignity !

    5. I am wondering….did she have to do something that I didn’t have to do? I was a relatively straight forward, easy process, just a little time-consuming. Seems a little over-blown to me. Glad that her business is doing well, but she didn’t exactly turn water into wine…

    6. Not sure why all the hype. She appears to have gone through the same thing everyone else who has that category of FFL has gone through. Just tell it like it is and leave the unnecessary hype out of the article.
      Good for her and anyone else who completes the process. I did it, if you are interested in a new business and are a law abiding citizen you can do it too.

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