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Brownells and Coloseum Reduce Cost of FFL Management Software

August 11, 2010  | 

Brownells has partnered with Coloseum Software Corp. to offer AIMI eBook Pro firearms management software at a reduced rate. The eBook, which is fully BATF compliant, will assist gun shops in firearm transaction management, according to Brownells.

"We are optimistic about working closely with a company that shares our understanding of the importance of the FFL dealer," according to James LaMonte, CEO of Coloseum Software Corp. "FFL dealers are the foundation of this industry and together we aim to provide them with the tools they need to succeed. When FFL dealers succeed, the entire industry succeeds."

The eBook Pro firearms management software has an online e4473 Kiosk, handles dealer-to-dealer eTransfers, and provides FFL dealers with a complete acquisition and disposition record. The program can help dealers keep track of their firearms inventory, including multiple sales to one individual. The program is a direct download over the internet, accessed with a code number purchased from Brownells.

"We've been looking for a really great, easy program to help our dealer customers stay compliance with the BATF record keeping rules and eBook Pro is extremely user friendly and affordable," according to Pete Brownell, company president.

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Comments (3)

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FFL Dealers @ 2/24/2011 9:37 PM

Hi all,

I just wanted to take a minute to tell you that you have a great site! Keep up the good work.

Chester @ 3/18/2011 11:07 AM

This program sucks. It's almost as if the people that wrote in the software didn't bother to read the direction in the 4473. It's in version 4, but almost seems like a pre-release test version. It won't accept a federal issued ID for primary because it requires a state for the ID. It won't accept a 1 or 2 letter middle or last name even though there are hundreds of thousands of people, with names like that. Just the letter J for their middle name, and a lot of people of Asian descent with two letter names. I wouldn't recommend this program unless you are just a wholesaler transferring to other business. For retail sales where you do more than a few sales a month it's terrible.

Large FFL Dealer @ 3/21/2011 1:27 PM

Beware of Coleseum Software, they talk a good talk but don't listen. The software is very buggy and tends to crash alot. Look on their forums if you want more info. Many problems and issues. http://www.coloseumsoftware.com/Forum/default.aspx?threadspage=1

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