Gun disposal of unwanted firearms in Texas. Gatling Gun Rescue™ will pick up any firearm and dispose of it for you.
Gatling Gun Rescue™ is a free and legal firearm removal and gun disposal service in the Dallas and Fort Worth area of North Texas. We cover Irving, Garland, Richardson, Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, Denton and other cities in these counties: Dallas, Collin, Tarrant, Grayson, Hunt, Ellis, Parker, Rockwall, Wise and Jack county.
We dispose of unwanted guns and re-home or salvage firearms without charge. We do not buy or destroy guns.
We understand that the COVID-19 outbreak has created conflicting feelings about firearms. On one hand, some people feel more reassured having a weapon in their household. On the other hand, with children at home, you may want firearms removed from harm's way. However we can help, we remain in operation during this national emergency.
Schedule an appointment to have one of our bonded professionals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area pick up unwanted firearms and ammunition that you wish to have removed safely and ensure they have a good new home. We will not request your address until you have scheduled a pick-up and we have answered any questions you may have about the process. If you would prefer that we not visit your home, we will be glad to make alternative pick-up arrangements.
There is no cost to you. This is a FREE and legal gun removal and disposal service. You will receive a receipt indicating you have transferred ownership of the firearm(s) to Gatling and your guns will be disposed of in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and ordinances.
No pickup is too large or too small. We remove all kinds of firearms including sporting arms (rifles and shotguns) defensive weapons (pistols, revolvers and other handguns), antiques, war relics (rifles and handguns) and curios (obsolete weapons). We also dispose of unwanted ammunition by using it in our training classes.
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.
We are bonded and hold Federal Firearms License Number 5-75-085-03-5A-06900 issued by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives under 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44. However, we are not in the business of buying and selling guns and do not maintain a storefront.
Gatling Gun Rescue is not a “gun buyback” program. We fully support the right of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Our service is for people who have unwanted firearms 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. We also can receive salvaged guns or firearms involved in settled insurance claims or seized by law enforcement.
We do not destroy guns other than to salvage parts if a gun is no longer functioning.
Read our press releases:
Study on Kids and Guns Asks: "Is it safe?"
End Family Fire Gun Safety Campaign
Gun Accidents Peak Christmas to New Year's
Open Carry of Handguns in Texas: Ten Things to Know
Child Shoots Mom: Precautions for Carrying Concealed Handguns Around Children
Firearm Disposal Service Issues Warning
Have Gun? Will Travel. Gatling Gun Rescue
Plano, Texas, Group Provides Free Firearm Removal Service
We are a proud supporter of Project ChildSafe, a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote firearms safety and education.
End Family Fire is a movement aimed at putting safety first, with a mission to promote responsible gun ownership in the home.
Gatling-donated guns are included in My Jesse James Adventure, an exhibition in Dallas by multi-media visual artist and arts educator Colette Copeland. Three years in the making, the work highlights her ancestor, the notorious outlaw Jesse James, and how his legacy has been portrayed in books, films, comics and historical sites.