Wyoming Firearm (Gun) Bill of Sale Form


The Wyoming firearm (gun) bill of sale form legitimizes the exchange of a firearm in return for an agreed-upon financial consideration by physically recording pertinent details of the trade-in its entirety. The agreement entails important factual specifics on the buyer, seller, firearm, purchase amount and also requires buyer and seller to agree to proper disclosure statements. This form will also allow for further document enforcement with allotted spaces for witness and/or notary certification.

How to Register a Gun

Registration of a firearm is not obligated in the state of Wyoming and an issued permit to buy a handgun or long gun is not mandated by the state. Restrictions on assault weapons or magazine capacity do not apply within the state. For answers to any additional questions, you may have, feel free to peruse the state’s website for any further inquiry.

How to Obtain a Concealed Carry Permit

To lawfully carry a firearm in a manner not deemed as “open carry”, a concealed carry permit can be obtained from the local sheriff’s office. The term “concealed carry” refers to carrying a firearm that is out-of-sight and not perceivable within plain view. Additionally, this permit will allow for reciprocity for out-of-state travel in the many U.S States, per Wyoming state law (W.S. § 6-8-104). Once authorized, a permit is valid for a total of 5 years from the date of issue.

To acquire a Wyoming concealed carry permit you will need to obtain the following materials to deliver in-person to your local county Sheriff’s Office:

  • Three copies (including the original) of a completed and notarized Wyoming Concealed Firearm Permit Application (Form Rev-8-18).
  • Valid proof of residency for a term of at least six full months in the state of Wyoming.
  • Established familiarity with a firearm via sufficient evidence of completion of an accepted gun or safety course, program, or class as outlined in VII of CPF Statute § 6-8-104.
  • Submission of documentation of applicant’s fingerprints to be taken and certified by a law enforcement officer of the state (additional fee may apply).
  • A cashier’s check or money order for $64 to be paid for a non-refundable permit fee as well as a $15 fee to be made payable to the sheriff’s Office.

After properly applying for the permit, a copy of the application will be provided for you to take to your closest Wyoming Department of Transportation facility to have your permit photo taken. You have a window of 5 days to have the photograph taken to be entered into the system to avoid re-application. Upon applying, keep in mind, the process can take a total 0f 2-3 months before you will receive confirmation.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the file to fill out the Adobe PDF.

Step 2 – Seller Information – Provide the following information in regard to the seller of the firearm:

  • Name
  • Mailing Address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip Code
  • Driver’s License

Step 3 – Buyer Information – You can then submit the identical information for the buyer of the firearm:

  • Name
  • Mailing Address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip Code
  • Driver’s License

Step 4 – Firearm – Enter the necessary information relevant to the firearm involved in the transaction:

  • Manufacturer
  • Model
  • Caliber
  • Serial number

Step 5 – Sale Information – Include information essential to the exchange and how it was carried out as follows:

  • Purchase Price (in words)
  • Purchase Price (numerical in dollars)
  • Date (written month, numerical day, last two digits of the year)
  • If there is a trade associated with the sale place a checkmark in the appropriate box and include detailed trade information.

Step 6 – Instruct both the seller and buyer to thoroughly read the disclosure statements and endorse upon agreement.

Step 7 – Signatures –  Depending on how you elect to validate the contract, you have the choice to utilize a witness, witnesses, an authorized notary public, or a combination of more than one. Make sure to wait to endorse the form in the presence of either certifying party to authenticate correctly.