WHEN WILL MY ORDER SHIP ?
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CURRENTLY NOT SHIPPING TO - CONNECTICUT, NEW JERSEY OR ILLINOIS
We are unable to ship on weekends and on holidays.
All orders placed on a weekend will be shipped the following business day.
PLEASE BE ADVISED: During Holiday sales and weeks our Shipping Times MAY Be Delayed!
Please contact us at 480-363-0392 for any further questions.
You will be sent an email confirmation of shipment along with tracking information once your order is processed for shipment. Please note: Shipments DO require signature upon delivery for confirmation and security purposes. NOTE: IF YOU CHOOSE TO AUTHORIZE YOUR PACKAGE TO BE SHIPPED WITHOUT A SIGNATURE REQUIRED YOU ARE RELEASING FULL LIABILITY FROM AZ SPECIALTY AMMUNITION LLC.
We can and will not change that option once the package is shipped!
Fedex does NOT allow an option to hold packages at shipping locations if you are unavailable for delivery.
Please follow through with tracking information sent via email.
Home Delivery & Ground shipments may not show tracking until item has reached the 1st facility in transit.
NOT HOME FOR YOUR PACKAGE?
In the event that your package has been rerouted and/or returned to our facility after shipping company failed attempts of delivery, we are unable to re-direct it back to you until it has been delivered to us, per shipping carrier policies. Once we have received the returned items, we will contact you via email and require authorization for additional shipping charges and reshipment. If you do not wish to pay for the additional shipping fee, your order will be cancelled minus the original shipping rate, as well as the 15% cancellation fee. (Please keep in mind, this fee helps cover the shipping costs to have it shipped and returned back to us. This can always be avoided by selecting "No Signature Required" at checkout, allowing packages to be left at your door.
RETURNS / REFUNDS
AZ Specialty Ammunition works diligentyly to make customer for life. For that reason, we offer returns on ALL AZ Specialty Ammunition Manufactured Reload & Factory New ( ONLY IF DEFECTIVE )
We ask you to please notify us immediately of any issues so we can address them promptly. Once we have received and determined the item defective, we will issue a refund or exchange in proportion to the amount of product returned. Otherwise, please note that all sales are final.
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LEGAL AGE TO PURCHASE
Federal law imposes several restrictions on the transfer and possession of firearm ammunition. The law prohibits the possession of ammunition by convicted felons, controlled substance users, and anyone subject to a domestic violence restraining order, among others, and it prohibits transferring ammunition to such persons as well. It prohibits the sale or transfer of (1) long gun ammunition to anyone under age 18 and (2) handgun ammunition to anyone under age 21. It also strictly regulates armor-piercing handgun bullets.
Some states restrict or regulate ammunition purchase and possession. Delaware and Illinois, bar some of the same groups barred by federal law from receiving or possessing ammunition. Iowa prohibits people below a certain age from receiving or possessing ammunition.
Both Illinois and Massachusetts require people to display a firearm identification card when purchasing ammunition. The card is comparable to a permit. Applicants must meet specified criteria to be eligible for a card, including a criminal history record check requirement.
Some states limit the types of ammunition and magazines that can be legally sold. At least 11 states, including Connecticut, ban the sale or possession of armor-piercing bullets (see Attachment I). At least six states (but not Connecticut) outlaw the sale of large-capacity magazines. Although the statutory definitions differ, typically these are magazines that can hold 10 or more rounds of ammunition (see Attachment II).
FEDERAL AMMUNITION LAW
Federal law prohibits ammunition sale or transfer to, and possession by, anyone who:
1. is under indictment for a crime punishable by more than one year imprisonment or convicted of a felony,
2. is a fugitive from justice,
3. is an unlawful user of a controlled substance,
4. is addicted to a controlled substance,
5. has been adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution,
6. is an illegal alien,
7. has been dishonorably discharged from the military, and
8. has renounced his or her U.S. citizenship (18 USC § 922(d) and (g)).
Subjects of Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
Federal law also prohibits anyone from transporting, receiving, or possessing ammunition if he is the subject of a domestic violence order restraining him from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or the partner's child. The subject of the order is barred from purchasing firearms or ammunition if a judge (or other hearing officer) determines that the subject poses “a credible threat to the physical safety of the intimate partner or child” (18 USC § 922(d)(8)B)). Before making this determination, the court or officer must give the person a hearing opportunity.
The law also prohibits anyone convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence crime from purchasing or possessing ammunition (18 USC § 922(d) and (g)).
Minimum Age Restrictions
Federal law regulates the sale of ammunition to young people. It bars licensed manufacturers or dealers from selling long gun ammunition to anyone who they believe is under age 18. Also they may not sell handgun ammunition to anyone they reasonably believe is under age 21 (18 USC § 922(b)(1)).
Delaware law prohibits anyone convicted of the illegal sale or possession of a narcotic from purchasing, possessing or controlling ammunition (Del. Code. Ann. § 1448(a)(3)).
It also prohibits the following individuals from purchasing, possessing, or controlling ammunition:
1. anyone ever convicted of a violent felony,
2. anyone ever committed to a mental institution (unless the person obtains a medical certificate stating that they no longer suffer from mental disorder),
3. anyone under age 25 who has been adjudicated as a juvenile delinquent,
4. anyone who is the subject to a Family Court protection from abuse order,
5. anyone who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence, and
6. anyone under criminal indictment (Del. Code. Ann. § 1448(a)(3)).
Illinois prohibits the possession of ammunition by anyone who:
1. has been convicted of a misdemeanor other than a traffic offense,
2. has been adjudicated a juvenile delinquent,
3. is a narcotics addict,
4. has been a patient in a mental hospital in the past five years, or
5. is mentally retarded (Ill. Comp. Stat. 5/24-3.1.).
Massachusetts prohibits the possession of ammunition by anyone who:
1. is an illegal alien,
2. is a minor under age 18 (exemptions for minors age 15 or older with the consent of a parent or guardian),
3. has been adjudicated as a youthful offender,
4. has ever been confined to a mental institution (unless a medical certificate is obtained stating that the person no longer suffers from mental illness),
5. is a drug addict or habitual drunkard,
6. is the subject of a protection order, or
7. is subject to an outstanding arrest warrant in any state (Mass. Gen. L. ch. 140 § 129B).
A number of states place age restrictions on ammunition transfers. In Iowa, for example, it is illegal to sell, loan, or give pistol ammunition to anyone under age 21 and long-gun ammunition to anyone under the age of 18 without the express consent of the minor's parent or guardian (Iowa Code § 742.22 et seq.). The law allows state law enforcement officials to bring charges against people who violate these provisions.
FIREARM IDENTIFICATION CARDS
Illinois law requires buyers, with some exceptions, to show a firearm identification card (FOID) when purchasing firearms or ammunition (Ill. Comp. Stat. 65/3). This applies to almost all ammunition purchases, including those between private parties. (The exemptions include law enforcement officers and out-of-state buyers purchasing ammunition at gun shows).
FOID cards are similar to drivers' licenses. They prominently display the card-holder's photograph, along with their address, Social Security number, and signature (Ill. Comp. Stat. 65/6). To obtain a FOID, Illinois residents must send an application to the Illinois State Police and pass a national criminal history record check.
Like Illinois, Massachusetts requires gun and ammunition purchasers to display a firearm identification card (referred to as a “FID”) when buying ammunition and prohibits anyone who does not have a card from possessing ammunition (Mass. Gen. L. ch. 140§ 129C). There are two types of FIDs class A cards for large firing capacity guns and their corresponding ammunition purchases, and class B cards for smaller capacity firearms and ammunition. Class A FIDs are available only to applicants over age 21 who may legally buy ammunition under federal law. Class B FIDs are available to applicants over age 18 who may legally buy ammunition under federal law (Mass. Gen. L. ch. 140 § 129B).
Anyone wanting a FOID card must apply to the appropriate licensing authority (generally, the police chief) and submit documentation that he or she received the basic firearms safety certificate required by law. The applicant must submit to fingerprinting and undergo state and national criminal history record checks. Within 40 days from the date of the application, the licensing authority must issue the FOID unless the applicant is prohibited from buying firearms or ammunition (Mass Gen L. ch. 140 § 129B).