ATF Rule 2021R-05F – “Frame or Receiver” The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed a lawsuit on August 11, 2022, challenging the ATF’s new Rule 2021R-05F. The FPC is challenging the rule on the basis that it would create new terms thus enacting new regulations for the agency to enforce. The FPC’s believes non-frames and non-receivers […]
Misidentifications can have serious ramifications. They are usually found during ATF audits. As your expert in the highly regulated firearms industry, we are here to help you.
What can you do to stay on the right side of Zero? The first thing to understand is that zero tolerance is a real thing. Second, zero ATF violations is an attainable goal. Third, adopt a positive attitude towards compliance. Fourth, recognize that compliance starts before the firearms reach your dock door and continues until […]
Above all, times of rising costs are the perfect time to review your normal operating procedures. “Normal” does not mean right or best – it is just what you are used to doing. Normal is easy and excellent is harder – until it becomes normal.
The ATF Publication 3317.7 states, “Disaster preparedness is the process that an FFL takes to prepare for, minimize the effects of, and recover from an event that causes any disruption to its business.”
Our customer reached out to ask if we could create a program to integrate the Easy Bound Book® ERP software they were using and the GunBroker.com website many of their customers were using to purchase firearms. Our answer, YES!