Denied Firearms Transactions

During the 2017 Regular Session, the Washington State Legislature enacted SHB 1501, an act relating to protecting law enforcement and the public from persons who illegally attempt to obtain firearms. WASPC encourages all interested parties to read the bill in its entirety.  

Click here for additional information on the reporting requirements for firearms dealers. 

System Enhancements

At WASPC, we are continually working to make the reporting of denied firearms transactions less cumbersome to our FFL partners. As a part of that effort, we have changed the login process for submitting denied transactions. By implementing the changes to the login process, we have enhanced the reporting functionality in a way we hope you will appreciate.

  • Your information will auto-populate once you login. You will not have to enter your address and phone information for each transaction.
  • You will be able to run reports to identify the transactions that have been reported to our office by your store/shop in the last 90 days.
  • We are providing a quick reference directory of local law enforcement agencies. The directory will include the agency name, address, main phone and main fax number.

To implement these features, WASPC began utilizing the enhanced login system on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. To access the enhanced reporting login, you will continue to use www.wafirearmsreport.org where you will select the new "FFL Access" menu option to login. Your login credentials for the enhanced system were mailed on February 16, 2019. 

If you did not receive your new credentials or have any questions regarding the changes, please contact us. Thank you for your ongoing partnership.