Rapid Gun Systems Login & Download Open Items

Written by Jarad on March 20, 2023

  • First you will need to open your NCR Counterpoint app

  • If you are not already on the Home page, click the Home button

  • In the Recently Used list choose Filtered Bound Book

  • If the Filtered Bound Book option is not available in your Recently Used list click the search icon at the top of the page and search for “Filtered Bound Book”

    Then Choose Filtered Bound Book from the Search Results panel.

  • The Filtered Bound Book options window will open

  • In the blank area of the Filtered Bound Book options window right click and choose “Customize”

  • On the Customize window select “between” on the “Disposition date” line then select “is empty”

  • In the blank area of the Customize window right click and choose “Simplify”

  • At the bottom of the Filtered Bound Book options window click “Preview”

  • The Filtered Bound Book (Preview) window will open

    • On this page click the “Export Report” icon.

  • The Export options window will open

    • In the Format: selection box select “Seperated Values (CSV), then click the OK button.

  • The Character-Separated Values window will open

    • Do not make any changes to these options, click the OK button.

  • The Number and Date Format Settings window will open

    • Select both options then click the OK button.

  • The Choose Export File window will open

    • By default the Desktop should be selected, don’t change this location.

    • The default File name will be “Filtered Bound Book”. We recommend you change this to “[your ffl name] RGS Export [todays date]”. For example “FastBound Gunstore RGS Export 04012023”.

    • Do not change the Save as type selection if “Separated values (*.csv)” is already selected. If “Separated values (*.csv)” is not selected then select it from the list.

  • Click the Save button.

Send us your file for conversion.

You can send us your .csv file through the chat. In the chat click the paper clip icon, select your file from the folder you saved it in, and send it to us. Or, If you have your download folder open you can drag and drop it into the chat.

FastBound will not and cannot modify your data. Any missing info will need to be corrected by you after we send your converted file back to you.

We will run your file through our conversion tool and send it back to you as a .xlsx file.

The converted file may be missing information. You will need to add this missing information to be able to import your file into FastBound. This missing information may include some or all of the following.

  • Acquire Type – This allows you to filter your Bound Book into smaller Bound Books. Please see our help page for more information.

  • Addresses for Non-Licensee’s – If you acquired Items from a non-licensee, that address is not included in the export from FFL Boss. You will need to manually enter these addresses into the file. You can get the info from your FFL Boss account.

  • Expired or invalid FFL Information – Our conversion tool will attempt to get the FFL info and FFL expiration dates from your file. If our tool cannot do that you will need to update your file with the missing information.

You can also add details to your import file before importing your items into FastBound. These are all optional.

  • Location

  • Cost

  • Price

  • MPN

  • UPC

  • SKU

  • Condition

  • BarrelLength

  • OverallLength

  • ExternalId

  • Note

  • CountryOfManufacture (Required for type 08 and 11 FFL’s)

Save your .xlsx file as a .csv and import into FastBound

  • Save your .xlsx file.

  • Then save your .xlsx file as a .csv file. (DO NOT OPEN the .csv file)

  • Close Excel, do not save if it asks. (Excel shouldn’t ask if you did these steps in order)

  • Login to FastBound and select your account.

  • Go to Settings > Import and upload your .csv file.

If your file imported successfully then you will not receive any warning or error messages and you will be taken to the Item Search page where you can verify they all imported.

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