An “FFL” is a Federal Firearm License. There are currently over 58,000 FFL licensees nationwide. FFL holders are commonly gun stores, pawn shops, and retail sporting goods stores. However, there are also many individuals that hold an FFL. All firearms sold to individuals online, must be shipped to a local FFL holder, who will then transfer the firearm (via ATF form 4473, and associated background check) to the individual.
If you are having a firearm transferred to Lotus; first, gather the contact information from the FFL, from where you are making the purchase. You can then contact Lotus with their contact information (including the FFL’s name, address, fax number and/or email address, gun make, model, serial (if known) and part number (if any). We will then forward our FFL number to them, and they will be responsible for making sure your firearm is shipped. If you are purchasing the firearm from Lotus, then please provide us with the information of the FFL where the firearm will be shipped to.
Lotus Gunworks charges $35.00 transfer fee.
Yes, we do on a case-by-case basis.
Yes! We trade and buy used firearms from individuals. Come in-store, and we can always take a look at what you have.
Before you are able to take possession of your firearm from your dealer, you’ll be required to pass a background check. This is a fairly simple process. You’ll fill out the form below, and your dealer will call the information in, to the FBI NICS. Typically, while your dealer is on the phone, he’ll receive one of the following responses – approved, delayed, or denied. Please check your state and local regulations as well, since several states/locals have additional requirements.
Yes! We do offer Military, Law Enforcement discounts. We also proudly carry GLOCK Blue Label guns. This is a special program whereby Glock provides discounts for our first responders.
There are many factors in choosing the right firearm for a person. We always recommend that you purchase a gift certificate for the person, with whom you wish to purchase a firearm for, and allow them to come into the store,. They can then work with our sales professional, when making their decisions.
We have 8 lanes with a shooting distance of 25 Yards and 8 lanes at 20 yards.
Lotus Gun Range is open to the public 7 Days a week. We also offer numerous memberships starting at $24.99.
We allow any and all pistol calibers and rifle calibers up to and including 308 Winchester.
We have the largest number of rental and demo firearms on the Treasure Coast and growing. You have over 150 firearms at your disposal when at the gun range. Learn more here!
We prefer a closed case, unloaded and the action locked open.
Yes. Although we are very competitive with our pricing we do allow you to bring outside ammunition into our range. One of our RSO’s will inspect the ammunition before entering the range. We do not allow incendiary, tracers or armor piercing (steel core) rounds to be fired at our range.
Yes. Children of 10 years of age or older are allowed on the range with a legal guardian and anyone under 18 years of age will need a legal guardian present.
Although you do not need instruction we do require a brief overview of the firearms you will be shooting regarding their functions and safeties. We do however recommend instruction for new shooters prior to live fire on the range.
Shooters must wear clothing that helps protect their skin. No open toed shoes (sandals), sleeveless shirts or low blouses are permitted on the range.
We do not allow reservations of lanes at this time. Members do however get priority lane placement.
No. However we do have an elite group of firearm enthusiasts which have Armor level certifications for many of the major manufactures.
Yes. We offer Ultra-sonic cleaning for all firearms for only $25 per gun. If you want a more detailed cleaning, we offer an hourly price depending on the firearm.
Yes. We can get nearly any gun for you depending on availability. If the firearm is unavailable through our dealers, then we can always put you on our wish list.
Concealed Carry FAQ
The class last approximately 3 ½ hours.
No. This class is primarily focused on learning the concealed carry laws for the State of Florida. There is a brief firearms safety and handling assessment prior to the start of class, but this does not, nor is it intended to, replace proper firearms instruction. Instruction can be scheduled separately from the CCW class.
You will need to make a reservation. The class usually fills up, so there is no guarantee of a seat being available at the start of class unless you have booked it in advance. This can be done either at the range, or through our website.
No. There will be a brief assessment with the instructor prior to class to demonstrate proper firearm safety and handling. We will provide the firearm and ammunition needed for the course.
No. You will receive a certificate of completion for the class, which you need when applying for your permit.
You will take the certificate to one of the nearby government offices that accepts CCW permit applications and present it when you complete the application, fingerprints and photos. This can all be completed at several locations, with an appointment, and this information will be provided in more detail during the class.
Yes. When you submit your application to the State, you will pay the State fee for the CCW permit which will range from $102 - $124, depending on where you file your application. This information will be provided in more detail during the class.
That is true. You can submit a DD214 with your application instead of the certificate from this course. The thing to remember is this course will teach you the concealed carry laws for the State of Florida, which is something the military did not teach you. If you choose this option, you are responsible for finding the laws on your own.
Currently there are 39 states that recognize a Florida resident CCW permit. The current list can be found on the Florida Dept. of Agriculture website and it is constantly changing, so be sure to keep up with the current laws and reciprocity agreements.
Yes. You will receive a Non-Resident Permit. While this won’t make a difference within Florida, there are a few states that do not offer reciprocity with a Florida Non-Resident Permit. This list is constantly changing, so be sure to keep up with the current laws and reciprocity agreements.
This timeframe changes along with the current backlog of applications. The State has 90 days from the receipt of the application to either issue the permit or deny the application. The time is frequently less than this and we have seen permits issued anywhere from two weeks to two months after the application is submitted.
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