Do you have firearms in your home that you would like to have removed safely?
Gatling Gun Rescue™ is a free and legal firearm removal and gun disposal service in Texas. Schedule an appointment to have one of our bonded professionals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area pick up firearms and ammunition that you wish to have removed safely and ensure they have a good new home.
There is no cost to you. This is a FREE and legal gun removal and disposal service. Your guns will be disposed of in accordance with all applicable state and federal laws.
We remove all kinds of firearms including sporting arms, (rifles and shotguns) defensive weapons (pistols and revolvers and other handguns), antiques, war relics (rifles and handguns) and curios (obsolete weapons).
If you are not comfortable handling firearms, or don’t know if they are loaded, please leave them in place and we will handle them safely.
Gatling Gun Rescue does not deal in firearms, does not buy or appraise guns and does not have a storefront. We serve the Dallas-Fort Worth and North Texas area including Dallas County, Tarrant County, Collin County, and Grayson County as well as Plano, Richardson, Garland, Irving, Wylie, Frisco, McKinney, Sherman, Denison, Greenville, and other nearby communities.
If you live anywhere else in the U.S., we will be glad to give you a referral to our local agent. If you would like to be a Gatling Gun Rescue agent in your area, please contact us using the form or at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
We are bonded and hold Federal Firearms License Number 5-75-085-03-5A-06900 issued by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives under 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44.
This is not a “gun buyback” program. We fully support the right of individual citizens who comply with local laws to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. We are a non-profit organization and you may receive a tax refund for your gun disposal.
Our service is focused on people who have firearms they no longer want and need a safe and confidential way to dispose of them. We encourage you to share heirloom firearms with relatives or friends who would appreciate them, treat them properly, and store them safely.
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