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Have you noticed the foot traffic in your retail store is slacking off some, noticed your regulars aren’t ponying up to the counter as often as they used to? Heck, maybe the traffic’s just the same, but your clients just aren’t buying like they used to. Is it a sign of the times … or […]

Choice A: Run your store through gut instinct and by what you think you know about your customer and their buying habits, hoping your business decisions turn out right. Choice B: Utilize the wealth of industry data provided by your trade association to reveal what’s really going on with today’s shooting enthusiasts and know you’re […]

Integration of man and machine used to be the province of big business. Not anymore. Today’s technology now makes it beneficial for the small and mid-sized manufacturer to streamline and integrate their interfacing processes. Our 2018 SHOT Show Retailer Seminar “Integrated Operations and Compliance in the Small to Mid-Sized Manufacturing Sector” will discuss the foundational […]

Helping keep our FFLs secure from criminal invasion and prepared for aftermath when one does occur is a top NSSF priority. If you’re an FFL, you undoubtedly have questions about your store’s security: How is my FFL at risk for loss such as burglary, theft or robbery? What do I do if my business becomes the […]

“Nobody lives forever” and “You can’t take it with you” are two truisms we hear throughout our lives. But whether it’s in preparation for your final days or simply a much-looked-forward-to retirement, there will come a day when you want to sell your FFL, just as you’ll want to have a strategy in place so […]

Don’t get caught up in costly and unnecessary litigation. This 2018 SHOT Show Retailer Seminar tells you what you need to know. Has your FFL encountered an incident of negligent entrustment when it comes to the transfer of a firearm? Do you fully understand what the term “negligent entrustment” means? The phrase is actually more […]

Central to any FFL’s compliance program is accurate and timely maintenance of the Acquisition and Disposition (A&D) Book (also known as the Bound Book). It is the one document that tells the tale of a firearm’s coming and going from a specific Federal Firearms Licensee’s location, and it is a crucial resource for regular inventory […]

There’s a time and place for everything, including hiring legal counsel. Today’s FFLs, range owners and manufacturers can encounter a barrage of issues that too often prompt a call to a lawyer. But when and where do you need legal representation as a business in the firearms industry? Our 2018 SHOT Show Retailer Seminar “The […]

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