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As I mentioned in our article on reduced NFA wait times, NFATracker is an awesome resource for our community. These guys collect and display various ATF paperwork approval and NFA transfer information.
I’m including some information from their website here, but you really should go check them out on your own. While you’re there, you might notice that they recommend the same A&D Boundbook software that we do!
One of the neat pieces of information they share is the distribution of NFA firearm transfers by state. Here’s a hint…there’s a clear leader!
Texas has the most NFA firearm sales…by far!
The legend on the map goes from green to blue, but Texas is so far in the lead that the map shows light green to dark green and then a giant jump to blue.
Here’s a breakdown of the top states by the number of NFA transfers which shows Texas in the lead with 6,246, which is almost 3 times more than Florida, in second place with 2,318:
|State||NFA Firearm Transfers|
I look forward to having you in our industry.
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