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INFOGRAPHIC: The Changing Face of Today’s Target Shooter

Written by National Shooting Sports Foundation. Posted in NSSF

September 19, 2014By Bill DunnComments Off

A new infographic issued by the National Shooting Sports Foundation tells the story, at a glance, of the growing number of new target shooting enthusiasts and how they’re surprisingly different from established shooters.

Newcomers—defined as those who have taken up target shooting in the last five years—are...

Personal Firearms and Your FFL Business Site

Written by National Shooting Sports Foundation. Posted in NSSF

September 19, 2014By NSSF FFL Compliance Consultant TeamComments Off

One question frequently asked by retailers is how to account for firearms on their premises that are personally owned and not for sale. When a retailer is inspected, ATF Industry Operations Investigators (IOIs) will presume that all firearms on the license premises are for sale...

Traditional Ammunition Ban to Cause Shortages, Price Spikes

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September 17, 2014By nssfnewsComments Off

 

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Traditional Ammunition Ban to CauseShortages, Price Spikes

imageSACRAMENTO, Calif. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) today released a new report demonstrating the negative effects that t...

Leaders of Smart Gun Mandate Movement Lose Primaries

Written by National Shooting Sports Foundation. Posted in NSSF

September 16, 2014By Larry KeaneComments Off

Last week, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts held its primaries for the upcoming November election. While the outcomes of most of the races were anticipated, two of them did deliver landmark upsets. On Sept. 9, nine-term Representative John Tierney lost his primary election, a blow that has not been...

National Shooting Sports Foundation Opens New Washington, D.C. Office

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September 10, 2014By nssfnewsComments Off

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NSSF President Steve Sanetti, left, and Jeff Reh, NSSF Board of Governors Co-Vice Chairman and Beretta USA General Counsel and Vice General Manager, officially open NSSF’s new Washington, D.C., office.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms and ammunition...

5 Need to Know Retailing Financial Concepts

Written by National Shooting Sports Foundation. Posted in NSSF

September 9, 2014By William F. KendyComments Off

image While you don’t have to be an accountant to be a retailer, it doesn’t hurt to have an understanding of some key financial tools. Here are some of the most important to keep in mind.

1. Cost of Goods SoldThe cost of goods sold (COGS) is what it costs you to stock items. That can include freight,...

Responsible Persons

Written by National Shooting Sports Foundation. Posted in NSSF

September 25, 2014By NSSF FFL Compliance Consultant TeamComments Off

When we, as NSSF ATF compliance consultants visit retailers, we always need to know who the “responsible person/s” of record is/are. The reason for this is to make sure that the current responsible person/s are still employed by or associated with the retailer, as well as verif...

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