NFA Inventory Feature

eForms: Inventory Feature

ATF is pleased to announce the release of the new NFA Inventory feature in eForms. The “View Inventory” button is available to all Users with an FFL and EIN approved association to conduct business in NFA firearms. Qualified NFA Dealers, Manufacturers, and Importers can readily view and extract their active inventory based on EIN.

Active Inventory Instructions

This new feature is available by following the steps below to see the active inventory associated to your EIN.

Open eForms Click, “My Profile” tab Click, “FFL/ AECA/ EIN Access” tab Locate your associated FFL with EIN Click, “View Inventory” button on right The inventory can be downloaded into an Excel spreadsheet and may be used for internal inventory audits and inventory verifications.

FFL users can also pull their available for transfer inventory while completing the Form 3, 5, or 9. This inventory will not display items which have a PENDING transfer Form.

As a reminder all inventories (full or item(s) available for transfer) are based on EIN and not location specific. For companies having multiple locations associated with the same EIN, all of those locations will appear on the same inventory report.

Sent by the BATFE via email - NFA Inventory Feature, 3 August 2022.

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