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Personal Firearms Record Book 51 entry 10 pack For Resale

$65.00

Description

ATF Approved Personal Firearms Record Bound Book Gun Record Log for FFL Federal Firearms Dealers or individuals.

RK Enterprises has been in the FFL supply business since 1982, we offer our best seller the 51 gun entry log book that is so popular with our 18,000 customers we deal with. ONE GUN PER PAGE!!!!

51 gun personal firearms record book 
Inside cover and first pages explain and demonstrate the booking in/out process
Laminated front cover and interior pages copyrighted by us many years ago
A hardboard durable back for durability
Designed specifically to meet the needs and requirements of FFL's and the BATF
FROM THE BATF

How can a licensee maintain a personal collection of firearms?

A licensee may log business firearms out of the acquisition and disposition record as a personal firearm. If that firearm is sold within a year of having been transferred to the licensee’s personal collection, the licensee must re–enter the firearm in the business acquisition and disposition record, and sell or transfer the firearm as business inventory, including completing an ATF Form 4473 and a NICS background check if required. If, however, the firearm is held in the personal collection of the licensee for more than one year, the firearm may be sold as the licensee’s personal firearm. Although no ATF Form 4473 or NICS background check is required, the licensee must record the disposition of the personal firearm in a personal disposition record.

[18 U.S.C. 923(c); 27 CFR 478.125a]


How can a licensee maintain a personal collection of firearms?

A licensee may log business firearms out of the acquisition and disposition record as a personal firearm. If that firearm is sold within a year of having been transferred to the licensee’s personal collection, the licensee must re–enter the firearm in the business acquisition and disposition record, and sell or transfer the firearm as business inventory, including completing an ATF Form 4473 and a NICS background check if required. If, however, the firearm is held in the personal collection of the licensee for more than one year, the firearm may be sold as the licensee’s personal firearm. Although no ATF Form 4473 or NICS background check is required, the licensee must record the disposition of the personal firearm in a personal disposition record.

[18 U.S.C. 923(c); 27 CFR 478.125a]

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