~Milford Police ~
Also, Hackney Carriage license information
Effective January 9, 2017, Firearms license applications will be processed on
Tuesdays & Thursdays between 9am-3pm & Wednesday evenings after 4pm
Appointments are not required
Any questions and or concerns please contact Sgt. Carlos Sousa at 508-473-1113 ext.506 Officer Brian Araujo at 508-473-1113 ext. 627 and Officer Paul Pinto 508-473-1113 ext. 647 please leave your contact information and we will call you back.
All new firearms applicants MUST complete a certified firearms safety or hunter education course. The state of Massachusetts has provided a list of approved basic firearms safety courses (Click Here)
The state of Massachusetts has provided a list of approved firearm locking devices (Click Here)
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Payment by check or money order ONLY,
payable to the Town of Milford
|LTC Firearms (Class A )||$100.00|
|FID Class C||$100.00|
|Firearms Identification (FID) Card Or License To Carry Firearms (LTC) Application|
New E-FA-10 Link
For more information, please call the License Bureau at
508-473-1113, x 647 and x 627
Massachusetts Gun Laws - Follow this link to a clearinghouse of Massachusetts gun law information.
Resident gun and firearm permits are issued by local police departments. There are three basic types of permits: a firearm I.D. card, a license to carry, and a permit to purchase. An F.I.D. card is required to own, possess, or carry (with some restrictions) a rifle, shotgun, or ammunition and to own or possess a pistol (handgun) which must be kept in the person's residence or place of business. A license to carry is required to transport or possess a handgun away from the residence or one's place of business and may also be used to possess and carry (with some restrictions) a rifle or shotgun. Permits to purchase are issued to F.I.D. cardholders to buy a handgun which, once purchased, is delivered by the local gun dealer to the home or place of business where the permit holder keeps it with the F.I.D. card. A permit to purchase conveys no right to transport or carry. Non-residents traveling in Massachusetts with handguns are generally required to obtain a non-resident license to carry. However, non-residents traveling in the Commonwealth transporting an unloaded rifle or shotgun in a carrying case do not need a permit.
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