Delivery Information

Shipping Information

Please allow up to 2 business days for orders to ship after transmittal and processing.

Please be aware that vendors that offer custom made items will take longer to ship. Specific information on time needed is posted on each custom made item's web page.


Shippers (UPS, USPS, FEDEX) use a dimensional weight formula to calculate the actual shipping cost of a shipment. The weight of an item is posted on it's web page if the manufacturer has provided the weight. If you are attempting to estimate the actual shipping cost using an online shipping calculator, remember to add weight for packing materials and a box. The size and shape of the shipping box is determined by the warehouse when packing. The dimensions of the box or boxes will effect the actual shipping cost.


Shipping to Military Addresses

Orders are shipped via US Mail to all military addresses per military regulations.

Priority US Mail Shipping. Delivery within 1-3 weeks.

We cannot ship via UPS.

Mail addressed to military post offices overseas is subject to certain conditions or restrictions of mailing regarding content, preparation, and handling. Please refer to the APO/FPO table and the RESTRICTIONS at the url:

Overseas Military Mail Table - Changes and Active APO/FPO Table Including Military Mailing Restrictions

It outlines these conditions by APO/FPO ZIP Codes through the use of footnoted mailing restrictions codes (see the Restrictions page following the table).

We are not responsible for any additional expenses incurred or for the retention of your order by customs if it does not pass inspection and you will not be refunded. The customer is responsible for all expenses in these circumstances.

Addressing an Overseas Military Mail Mailpiece
To properly address a mailpiece, you need the following information:
Name of the recipient (rank/grade/rating is optional)
The PSC (Postal Service Center), CMR (Community Mail Room), UMR (Unit Mail Room), RPO (Regional Post Office), APO (Army Post Office) or OMDC (Official Mail Distribution Center) number.
It is not necessary to add the specific military formation (for instance "1/20 24th Infantry") that the recipient is attached to.
At times, operational security may demand that the unit not be named.
For FPO addresses aboard a United States Navy or United States Coast Guard vessel, put the ship's name and hull number, if applicable, (for instance "USS Cochrane (DDG-21)") instead of a PSC number.
If applicable, the recipient's Military Post Office Box number.
When mailing to a DPO address, do not add the street address of the embassy or the recipient's job title, such as "Ambassador John Adams" as this may cause processing errors.
The APO and "state" designator (AA, AP, AE)
Please do not use the state that the distribution hub is in (FL, CA, NY), as this may cause delays in the package being processed.
The correct ZIP Code for the unit, preferably the ZIP+4.
In case your package accidentally falls open during transit, consider including a card within, listing both yours and the recipient's addresses and a full listing of the contents.

For instance, here is a sample APO Address:

GEN Omar Bradley
PSC 1234, Box 12345
APO AE 09204-1234

For a FPO:

CAPT John Paul Jones
USS Cochrane (DDG-21)
FPO AP 96543-1234

For a DPO:

John Adams
Unit 8400, Box 0000
DPO, AE, 09498-0048 © 2016