ATF compliance is the biggest feature that separates gun store POS systems from other retailers. It’s also the place where your business can be most disrupted if your records aren’t pristine. Our focus on FFLs means that you’ll get everything you need to stay ATF compliant with no compromises.
Top ATF Violations
50% of FFL businesses fail their annual compliance checks. While violations can seem insignificant they can hinder your ability to support law enforcement’s criminal investigation efforts. Proper and timely record-keeping by FFLs is critical to the success of a crime gun trace. Failing to account for firearms is a serious public safety concern because unaccounted firearms cannot be traced.
27 CFR 478.124(c)(1)
Transferee did not properly complete Section A, Form 4473
27 CFR 478.125(e)
Failure to timely record information in boundbook (A&D record)
7 CFR 478.21 – (a) – (b)
Failure to complete forms as indicated in instructions (this violation is often cited when the licensee failed to properly complete a form, but there is not a separate regulatory citation addressing the omitted or mis-documented item)
27 CFR 478.124(c)(3)(i)
Licensee failed to obtain and/or document purchaser’s ID
27 CFR 478.124(c)(5)
Licensee did not sign and date Form 4473
27 CFR 478.124(c)(3)(iv)
Licensee did not record on Form 4473 the date on which NICS was contacted