BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio – -(OutDoorWire.com)- After 40-plus years of filling out firearm transaction form 4473 by hand, the EZ-4473™ form-filling software (www.ez4473.com), exclusively offered by AcuSport®, allows dealers to print the form in secure, legible and complete fashion.
The form-filling software guarantees complete, legible information and validates age, residency and expiration dates. Transactions are not allowed to proceed with an improper “Yes” or “No” answer. Once the process is completed, the software prints the completed BATF Form 4473.
Compliant with Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATF) regulations and approved by BATF Ruling 2008-3, EZ-4473 protects independent retailers’ FFL licenses by helping to eliminate clerical errors and any risk of selling to an unqualified customer. Additionally, the software streamlines agency audits since records can be instantly searched by last name, date of sale, transaction number, serial number and more. The software program digitally stores the form and customer information, which are protected by a powerful encryption program.
“We’re thrilled to be the exclusive distributor of EZ-4473,” said Jim Broering, AcuSport company president. “AcuSport strives to provide our dealers with value-added products and services for their businesses. The EZ-4473 software eliminates any possibility of clerical mistakes that can result in a revoked federal firearms license. This software is extremely innovative and will surely benefit many entities in the firearms industry.”
Headquartered in Las Vegas, American Firearms Software offers EZ-4473 (EZ4473) Form filling software. It is a tool that allows gun stores/dealers to print legible ATF form 4473. It also assists in cutting down those dreaded clerical errors and helps with ATF audits. Save your FFL and invest in a smart tool like the EZ-4473 today.
Based in Bellefontaine, Ohio, AcuSport Corporation is a nationwide distributor of shooting and hunting products with regional sales offices in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Minnesota, Texas, Montana and California.