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When shoppers place an online firearms order through a Dealer Storefront, the built-in fulfillment process begins and the item is quickly shipped to the dealer from the distributor for convenient pick up.

National Firearms Dealer
Network Creates Virtual Gun Mall

September 18, 2012

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(GunReports.com) -- A recent technology breakthrough has transformed the shopping experience for gun enthusiasts across the country. NFDN (National Firearms Dealer Network) has teamed with leading manufacturers and distributors to establish the world’s first firearms shopping mall.

The mall provides instant access to the largest firearms inventory in the world through hundreds of manufacturers’ storefronts. It’s a new paradigm for gun enthusiasts that makes shopping for firearms and accessories more convenient than ever before.

Dealers who are members of NFDN have immediate access to over $300 million of inventory, virtually eliminating the limitations of traditional store hours and the disappointments of “out of stock” availability. Through live data streaming technology, consumers have immediate access to over 50,000 firearms and accessory SKUs, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The network efficiently and strategically aligns manufacturers, distributors and dealers together to give buyers an unprecedented shopping experience.

“We’ll see a major shift in advertising strategies in the coming days and months.” predicts NFDN President Larry Davis. “A fundamental marketing principal has always been the best customer service is “in-stock.” When it comes to available inventory, bigger is better. That makes NFDN the leader in the industry.”

When shoppers place an online firearms order through a Dealer Storefront, the built-in fulfillment process begins and the item is quickly shipped to the dealer from the distributor for convenient pick up. Consumers can instantly see any item’s availability and price. With this revolutionary ecommerce model, dealers have the freedom to set their own prices and consumers can often bypass firearms transfer charges typically associated with online purchasing.

NFDN’s technology also includes EGOSS, a password secure, cloud based, easy-to-use firearms record keeping tool that meets or exceeds all ATF requirements. By providing EGOSS and the firearms mall, NFDN has developed the most innovative ecommerce package available for gun dealers.

Consumers can shop the NFDN Mall at www.NFDMall.com.

Dealers interested in joining the National Firearms Dealer Network can go to www.NFDMall.com/sales for more information.


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