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More and more FFL retailers are attracting new clients, seeing loyal customers increase their visits and increasing profits through the addition of a firearms range to their facilities. It almost seems like a no-brainer: What better way to make a sale than to have a range where folks can try before they buy, experiment with […]

While we have a full learning track of SHOT University devoted to FFL compliance, we know that not everyone can make it into Las Vegas to attend that all-day event. For those who can’t make it to SHOT University, we made room in our roster of Retailer Seminars for three compliance-focused sessions to help anyone […]

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 […]

One of the hottest trends boosting sales among today’s FFLs exists in the NFA arena. With the liberation of suppressor use in more than 40 states, more and more dealers are seeking expanded licensing under National Firearms Act (NFA) regulations, those regulations pertaining to the class of firearms, some ammunitions and accessories that include suppressors, […]

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 […]

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