Acquire & Dispose In Mass

Our acquire & dispose in mass feature removes the need for repeated entry of “John Smith 1234 Repetition Rd, Timewaste, USA”. Reduce the time you spend on your books and focus on your business.

Easily scan barcodes, save contacts, and save FFL information. Our automated system allows you to acquire or dispose guns in large quantities. Just scan, or enter in the serial number and move on with the process.

Our feature is designed to help you save time and quickly acquire and dispose in mass for FFLs of any size. Our process works for NFA firearms, Title I firearms, and concealable weapons. With just the click of a few buttons, you can expedite the process so you get back to the more important parts your business.

ATF Regulations: Acquisition and Disposal

The acquisition and disposal of firearms are highly regulated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). All individuals must be 21 years old to purchase a firearm from a licensed firearms dealer. Individuals must produce a valid form of identification to proceed with the transfer of firearms from one person to another. For example, a purchaser must present a valid governmentissued photo ID to demonstrate that they are at least 21 years of age.

When individuals acquire a firearm from a private seller, they must also meet certain criteria as outlined by the ATF. Individuals must complete a Firearms Transaction Record form (ATF Form 4473) prior to the transfer of the firearm. This form requires basic demographic information such as name, address, and date of birth. The individual must also state that they are within their legal rights to own a firearm.

When disposing of a firearm, federal law requires individuals ensure that the firearm will not be transferred to a prohibited person. They must also ensure that the transfer is within accordance with state and local laws.

The ATF closely monitors the acquisition and disposal of firearms for safety and security purposes.