Blue Book “Gun StoreMaster”

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posted on December 9, 2015
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Blue Book Of Gun Values has released its new “Gun StoreMaster,” a software service designed to make buying, selling and managing firearm transactions easier and more profitable for dealers and other federal firearms license holders. Designed to be an accurate and easy-to-implement way for FFL dealers to comply with ATF’s recordkeeping requirements, “Gun StoreMaster” allows dealers to store all firearm acquisition and disposition information in one searchable, printable place. The service’s eSAFE Bound Book system is accessible from anywhere online, automatically backs itself up every few minutes and employs comprehensive security measures to encrypt and protect all confidential data. For more information on “Gun StoreMaster,” including pricing, go to gunstoremaster.com.

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