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SEminarS for rEtaiLErS Learn more about successfully managing and growing your business, as well as understanding current industry issues, in these one-hour seminars running throughout SHOT Show . *Certain seminars require pre-registration . *Pricing varies . Please check the registration system for session fees . *Enrollment is restricted to registered attendees apply during the application process, or add sessions to your registration. Log in to shotshow.org/apply of the 2014 SHOT Show . rEtaiLEr SEminarS wiLL run tuESday, January 14-thurSday, January 16. tuESday, January 14 9:00 am-10:00 am grassroots Political organizing Jake McGuigan The anti-gun fight has moved from the federal to the state and local levels. In this fight to save our 2nd Amendment rights, the independent firearms retailer is the front line of defense for the industry. Learn how to effectively organize and participate in this process and help to save our rights and your livelihood. 10:30 am-11:30 am building a gunsmith Montgomery Community College Learn what goes into "making" the modern gunsmith from two instructors at one of the top gunsmithing schools in the country. The seminar will also cover the range of benefits that adding a gunsmith to your retail operation can bring. 10 TOO GOOD TO MISS 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 3:00 pm-4:00 pm New customers - how to attract, engage and retain Nssf ffl compliance consultant Panel Jeff Poet, Richard Sprague Wally Nelson, Harry McCabe The firearms industry has seen unprecedented growth over the past two years. These new customers are younger, more diverse and have a different expectation of the retailers they shop at. Join two of the nations top independent firearms retailers in the country as they discuss the strategies they employ to attract, engage and retain the next generation of customers, while still meeting the needs of the existing customer base. Bring your compliance questions and concerns to this open mic panel discussion hosted by the NSSF and their FFL Compliance Consultants. Wally Nelson and Harry McCabe were both Deputy Assistant Directors of the ATF before they retired and have decades of experience with the compliance portion of the ATF. Both are strong supporters of the 2nd Amendment and the shooting sports industry and have intimate working knowledge of the ATF and can provide guidance on staying in compliance and in business. 1:30 pm-2:30 pm Nfa compliance Wally Nelson One of the largest areas of growth in our industry has been the selling of NFA products. You may be considering getting into this market. While a lucrative market, the National Firearms Act is a completely separate law from the Gun Control Act and you must comply with both when you sell NFA firearms. Wally Nelson, former ATF Deputy Assistant Director, will cover in detail the rules that govern the selling of NFA products, mistakes that commonly occur and how to correct them, and best compliance practices when it comes to selling these products. http://www.shotshow.com/education/ http://www.shotshow.org/apply

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of 2014 SHOT Show

2014 SHOT Show
Table of Contents
Birdies for the Brave Event
State of the Industry Event
SHOT Show® University
Retailer Seminars
Law Enforcement Education Program
Law Enforcement Networking Events
Hotel and Transportation Information
Shuttle Bus Service and Schedule
Exhibitor List
2014 Floor Plan Maps
Attendance Rules and Regulations
Map Your Show/Mobile App Information

2014 SHOT Show