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Programs 2017-08-08T13:08:41+00:00

Learn More About FFLBizHub.com’s Four Unique Programs to Launch, Manage and Grow your FFL

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Rimfire
Program
(Launch)
Centerfire
Program
(Manage)
Magnum
Program
(Grow)
Performance
Program
(Grow)
Association Member Pricing (See Note 1) $49.99
Once For 60 Days
$39.99
Monthly
$79.99
Monthly
$149.99
Monthly
Cost Per Day (See Note 1) $0.83 $1.29 $2.67 $5.00
In Conjunction w/NSSF, NASGW, ASA, NRA
Created by Attorneys, Former ATF, CCO, CIO, and COO
FFL Launch Guide (See Note 2) 
SOT Launch Guide (See Note 2)
Timely Regulatory Updates (Regulatory and Industry)
Accessibility (Online, 24×7)
State Magazine Restrictions (Online App)
13 ATF eDocs Communications (Online App) (Note 3) 
9 ATF ePDFs and eForms (Online App) (See Note 4 ) 
Wikipedia State Discussion (Local access)
Industry Business Listings (Online library)
Software Provider Listings (Online library)
Industry Events Registration (Local access)
Industry Associations and Agencies (Local access)
Gun Genius Lookup (Local access)
ATF eA&D Bound Book (Online App; See Note 5) 2 Mo Free 2 Mo Free 2 Mo Free Included
Video Courses (Online App; Note # To Right) 19 (5) 47 (6)
80 (7) 80 (7)
One-on-One Expert Consultation (Minutes) 30 60 120 150
Recurring Compliance Guides (Downloads)
Policies and Online Repository (Online App)
ATF Self-Inspection Tools (Downloads)
Workplace Poster Subscription (Download to Print)
Inventory Barcode Generator (Online App)
Inventory Handling Unit Generator (Online App)
Serial Number Inventory Tool (Online App)
State Firearm Restrictions Tool (Online App)
National Pricing Tool (Online App)
GunBroker.com Gold Auction Status (Online App)
FFLBizHub.com Annual Meeting (In-Person)
Optional Legal Defense Fund From NSSF (See Note 9)

For single FFL locations only; 1 User

Rimfire

  • One,time, 60 day price through the four associations – $39.99 ($0.83 / day)
  • One,time, 60 day price purchased at market – $59.99 ($0.92 / day)

Centerfire

  • Monthly price through the four associations – $39.99 ($1.29 / day)
  • Monthly price purchased at market – $59.99 ($2.00 / day)

Magnum

  • Monthly price through the four associations – $79.99 ($2.67 / day)
  • Monthly price purchased at market – $99.99 ($3.33 / day)

Performance

  • Monthly price through the four associations – $149.99 ($5.00 / day)
  • Monthly price purchased at market – $199.99 ($6.67 / day)

Related to ATF and Import

  • Gun Control Act (GCA)
  • National Firearms Act (NFA)
  • All ATF Rulings since 2009
  • FFL Change in Control
  • FFL OOBRC Closure 30 Day Notice
  • FFL OOBRC Closure Records Cover
  • FFL Renewal LOA Request
  • FFL Renewal
  • FFL RP Add
  • FFL RP Remove
  • NFRTR Request Company-Corp
  • NFRTR Request Sole Proprietor, AFMER, Marking Variance Cover Letter
  • Off-site Mailing
  • Off-site Storage
  • 4473 Firearms Transaction Record
  • 3310.4 Report of Multiple Sale or Other Disposition of Pistols and Revolvers
  • 3310.12 Report of Multiple Sale or Other Disposition of Certain Rifles
  • Manufacturing and Imports
  • 5300.11 Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Exportation Report Under 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44, Firearms
  • 3311.4 Application for Alternate Means of Identification of Firearm(s) (Marking Variance)
  • Form 10 (5320.10) Application for Registration of Firearms Acquired by Certain Governmental Entities
  • Form 2 (5320.2) Notice of Firearms Manufactured or Imported
  • Form 6 (5330.3A) Application and Permit for Importation of Firearms, Ammunition and Implements of War
  • (5320.4) Form 4 – Application for Tax Paid Transfer and Registration of Firearm.
  • Form 4473 Overview
  • Form 4473 Storage
  • Form 4473 ID Requirements
  • Form 4473 Errors
  • 101-A1 A Tour of Regulated Industries and Governing Agencies
  • 101-B An Overview of the Firearm Supply Chain
  • 101-C A Few Prevailing Laws and Regulations
  • 101-D An Overview of License Types
  • 101-E An Introduction To Marking Transfers and Security
  • 101-F An Introduction to the Bound Book; 101-G Setting Performance Expectations
  • 102-A History and Culture of Firearms
  • 102-B GCA Firearms; 102-C NFA Firearms
  • 102-D Firearms Parts; 102-E Ammunition
  • 102-F Firearm Use; 108-A The Regulatory Process
  • 108-B Regulatory Supplements, Forms and Contacting ATF
  • 108-C State Agencies
  • 108-D State Regulations and Transport
  • 108-E Federal Agencies Governing International Trade
  • 108-X Prohibited Persons.
  • 103-B Foundational Compliance Program Elements
  • 103-C Ownership and Accountability
  • 103-D Policy and Training Programs
  • 103-E Internal Controls
  • 103-F Self-Monitoring and Regulatory Inspections
  • 103-G Recap – Your Commitment To Compliance
  • 104-A Physical Security
  • 104-B Firearm Security By Process
  • 105-A Core Elements of Retail ATF Compliance
  • 105-B Retail Receiving and FFL to FFL Shipments
  • 105-C Sales To Non-Licensees Through ATF Form 4473 and NICS
  • 105-D The NICS Background Check
  • 105-D Don’t Lie for the Other Guy
  • 105-E Retail Consigment Warranty Gun Shows and Online Sales
  • 110-A The National Firearms Act
  • 110-B NFA Firearms
  • Final Disposition to an Individual
  • Final Disposition to Trust
  • Form 4 Transfer to a Trust
  • Form 4 Transfer to an Individual
  • Form 4473 Errors
  • Form 4473 ID Requirements
  • Form 4473 Overview
  • Form 4473 Storage
  • NFA Overview
  • Receiving via ATF Form 3
  • Selling to SOTs
  • An Operating Methodology for Compliance: Education & Training
  • An Operating Methodology for Compliance: Independent Reporting, Response & Prevention and Enforcement & Discipline
  • An Operating Methodology for Compliance: Monitoring
  • An Operating Methodology for Compliance: Oversight
  • An Operating Methodology for Compliance: Overview
  • An Operating Methodology for Compliance: Policies and Procedures
  • Federal License Control: Optimizing ATF – Compliance Through Effective Organization Design
  • Firearm Physical Control – Overview
  • Firearm Physical Control – Security
  • Firearm Physical Control: Ancillary Functions Part I
  • Firearm Physical Control: Ancillary Functions Part II
  • Firearm Physical Control: Product Development & Production
  • Firearm Physical Control: Receiving & Shipping
  • Form 4473
  • Inventory Management
  • Monitoring ATF Compliance
  • NFA Manufacturing and Transfers
  • NICS Background Check
  • Overview of NFA Firearms
  • Reporting Requirements

Course Descriptions 

Course 101 – Regulated Industry Orientation

  • This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:
  • 101-A Regulated Industries & Governing Agencies
  • 101-B Firearm Supply Chain
  • 101-C Laws & Regulations
  • 101-D License Types
  • 101-E Transfers & Security
  • 101-F A&D Book 101-G Expectations

Course 102 – Firearm Types and Distribution

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 102-A History and Culture of Firearms
  • 102-B GCA Firearms
  • 102-C NFA Firearms
  • 102-D Firearms Parts
  • 102-E Ammunition
  • 102-F Firearm Use

Course 103 – Creating and Managing the Compliance Function

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 103-A Launching an Effective Compliance Program
  • 103-B Foundational Compliance Program Elements
  • 103-C Ownership & Accountability
  • 103-D Policy & Training Programs
  • ..And other Modules

Course 104 – Firearm Physical Security Ideas

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 104-A Physical Security
  • 104-B Firearm Security By Process

Course 105 – Retail Transactions and ATF Compliance

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 105-A Retail ATF Compliance
  • 105-B Retail Receiving & FFL to FFL Shipments
  • 105-C Sales To Non-Licensees Through ATF Form 4473 & NICS
  • 105-D The NICS Background Check
  • 105-E Consignment

Course 106 – Retail Inspection Prep

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 106-A ATF Inspection Preparation
  • 106-B ATF Inspection – The Event
  • 106-C Ten Tips for Passing An Inspection
  • 106-D Ten Common Issues Found in Retail Stores – Part I
  • 106-E Part 2

Course 107 – Manufacturing Inspection Prep

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 107-A ATF Inspection Preparation
  • 107-B ATF Inspection – The Event
  • 107-C Ten Tips for Passing An Inspection
  • 107-D Ten Common Issues Found in Manufacturing

Course 108 – Federal and State Regulations

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 108-A Regulatory Process
  • 108-B Regulatory Supplements, Contacting ATF
  • 108-C State Agencies
  • 108-D State Regs
  • 108-E Fed Agencies Governing Intl Trade
  • 108-F Prohibited Persons

Course 109 – Marking Requirements and the ATF Trace

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 109-A Firearm Marking Requirements and Process Controls
  • 109-B ATF Trace Requests
  • 109-C Enhancing Internal Traceability – Part I
  • 109-D Enhancing Internal Traceability – Part II

Course 110 – NFA Deep Dive

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 110-A National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934
  • 110-B NFA Firearms

Course 111 – Serialized Inventory Records

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 111-A Acquisition Disposition Fundamentals
  • 111-B Theft Loss Found In the AD Book
  • 111-C Technology and Electronic Forms
  • 111-D Electronic AD Books
  • 111-E ERP and Internal Controls

Course 112 – The Manufactured Lifecycle of a Firearm and ITAR Considerations

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 112-A The Lifecycle of a Firearm
  • 112-B Product Design Considerations
  • 112-C High Level ITAR Considerations
  • 112-D Buying Thru Receiving Functions
  • ..and other modules.

Course 113 – The FFL System and Temporary Assignments

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 113-A The FFL System
  • 113-B Temporary Assignments Under Ruling 2010-1

Course 114 – Importing Firearms

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 114-A Federal Agencies Governing Intl Trade
  • 114-B Import Regulations & Fundamentals
  • 114-C Managing Import Process Part I
  • 114-D Managing Import Process Part II
  • 114-E Common Questions

Course 115 – Exporting Firearms and ITAR Deep Dive

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 115-A Federal Agencies Governing Intl Trade
  • 115-B, 115-C, 115-D Export Regulations & ITAR – Part I & II & III
  • 115-E, 115-F Managing the Export Process – Part I & II

Course 116 – Firearms Anti-Corruption

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 116-A Firearms Anti-Corruption – Part I
  • 116-B Firearms Anti-Corruption – Part II
  • 116-C Firearms Anti-Corruption – Part III

Course 117 – Employees and Cultural Development

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 117-A Human Resources and Compliance
  • 117-B Ten Great Ways to Build a Culture of Compliance

Course 118 – Extra Credit Topics

This course is part of the FCU. The following modules are included:

  • 118-A Extra Credit in Compliance
  • 118-B SN Inventories Part I
  • 118-C SN Inventories Part II
  • 118-D Top 10 Internal Controls – Part I
  • … and other modules.

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