I'm always interested in things from a legal standpoint, so if I could get some clarity here I'd like it. I know that C&R FFLs have to have receivers greater than 50 years old, so C&R FFLs don't really interest me. 1. What defines a "premises for conducting business"? Do I have to show that I'm wanting to open a gun store in order to get a dealer FFL? If so, what do you have to go through? 2. Is it possible for multiple persons to be on the FFL. As in, for example, could a father and son (both over 21) have their names on it? Or is it only for a single individual. If so, how does a gun store sell guns to people without having one for each employee? 3. With regards to receiving weapons via shipment, like for one purchased via GunBroker, what difference does a non-FFL seller make? Aren't they required by law to move their weapon through an FFL? Thanks for the help.