The ATF recently finalized a new rule for NFA tracking. It’s important to keep up with regulatory changes; electronic ATF software can help you remain compliant.

The goal of the ATF Final Rule 41F is to ensure that the identification and background check requirements pertain equally to anyone who applies to make or receive NFA firearms whether they are an individual, a trust, or other legal entity. All responsible persons named in a trust or legal entity are required to undergo a background check by completing Form 5320.23. Beginning on July 13, all applications to make or transfer NFA firearms must be submitted on the new forms. Learn more at

BASM’s electronic ATF software, Easy Bound Book™ includes NFA tracking and a NFA Acquisition and Disposition Report in all versions. This bound book software helps you meet ATF regulations.

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