A FREE lineup of education sessions
California Department of Justice FFL Inspection Preparation | 2021 Retailer/Range Compliance Series
Monday, May 24 – 1 p.m.
FFLs deal with a litany of federal, state, and local regulations, and must remain compliant with these rules. None might know this better than the FFLs in California. Faced with the most complex web of regulations known, California FFLs have to be on top of their game to remain compliant and we are here to help. During this training, NSSF’s CA DOJ compliance experts will help CA FFLs understand what licenses and reporting are required in California and cover what to expect and how to prepare for an eventual CA DOJ inspection.Join Us TodayEnrollment in these courses is a complimentary benefit to the firearm industry through the support of Mastercard.
Have a Brave Conversation. A Discussion on Suicide and Suicide Prevention with NSSF and AFSP | 2021 Retailer/Range Compliance Series
Monday, June 21 – 1 p.m.
Nearly two-thirds of all firearm deaths are suicides, and these numbers increase when we look at suicide among veterans. This session will review how FFLs can get involved and recognize the warning signs of someone suffering a mental health crisis. After this training, FFLs will better understand the important role our industry can play to help prevent suicides, and prevent unauthorized access to firearms.
NFA Compliance | 2021 Retailer/Range Compliance Series
Monday, July 9 – 1 p.m.
With more and more FFLs engaging in the sale of NFA regulated inventory it is critical that we review the regulations that govern the transfer and sale of these items. During this training, NSSF’s expert compliance consultants will help FFLs navigate the compliance landscape when dealing with serialized inventory that is subject to NFA compliance regulation.
A Review of NICS and the Background Check Process | 2021 Retailer/Range Compliance Series
Monday, July 26 – 1 p.m.
In this training, we will look at how FBI NICS deals with the information you and your customer document on ATF Form 4473 to determine whether the transfer of a firearm should occur. The background check process can be complex and it is critical that FFLs understand the myriad scenarios that can occur when conducting a background check. Correctly performing and completing a background check is critical to remaining compliant and in helping do your part to keep firearms out of the wrong hands.