Tucson Guns and Western Artifacts Map
BUY - SELL - TRADEWe are interested in single items, collections of any size, or some entire estates.
8556 E. Broadway
Mon - Fri - 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Sat - 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
BUY - SELL - TRADE
We are interested in single items, collections of any size, or some entire estates.
How long have you been in business?
Tucson Guns and Western Artifacts has been in business at the original east side location since 2003.
What will I need to do to buy a gun in Arizona?
In Arizona any one over 18 can purchase a long gun (rifle or shotgun), or if over 21 may purchase a handgun in person, for themselves, after meeting the requirements of the ATF form 4473 which we have and you can fill out in our store and at the gun shows then pass an instant background check. The process takes usually between 20 to 40 minutes depending on circumstances and the day.
You'll need a government issued ID that shows your photo and current physical residence address. A photo ID with a PO or HC Box #, or with an old address is NOT valid and must be supplemented by additional government issued ID with your current residence address.
Is my personal information kept private?
Yes, all personal information given to us is kept private, it is never offered, loaned or sold to a third party or anyone who might request it..
Do I have to pay sales tax?
All firearms shipped out side the state of Arizona do not have sales tax collected on the purchase. We are required to collect sales tax in the state of Arizona. All over the counter, gun show and in-state (AZ) sales require the local sales tax to be added to the total purchase price.
Can I buy a gun for my wife, friend or child?
It is normally illegal to be a "straw-man" (purchase a firearm for another person). The background check at the time of purchase needs to be done on the person who the firearm is actually for. There are exceptions to this regulation for gifts, thus we allow it for family members. Parent or Grandparent can buy for their children/grandchildren and vice versus. Husband and wife can buy for each other. Siblings cannot buy for each other. These exceptions are valid only provided that the person the gun is for is not restricted from possessing a firearm.