Sep 13 2016

Why should you Keep a Digital Lifetime Record?

You just sold your AR-15, but what happens next? Things are out of your hands now. You can’t control what the buyer does with it or how they’ll use it. They might sell it, or they might commit a crime.

In fact, there are many elements you can’t control, like government officials and their stance on gun control. Can you trust Hillary Clinton to protect your ownership rights if she gets elected? Michael Bloomberg has been spending his billions in an effort curb gun ownership; what happens with your transfer if he has his way? It’s difficult to put your trust in an ever-changing environment, and it’s unreasonable to believe you’ll be protected regardless. Government ideals shift depending on elected officials, and you don’t want to be caught in the cross fire when it comes to your guns.

These things could negatively impact your future, but there is something you can do today to make sure you’re safe—keeping a digital lifetime record. Keeping a record can help protect against these potential pitfalls by proving your innocence and creating a digital footprint demonstrating you’re on the right side of the law.

Why Keep Them Digitally?

Many gun owners keep their own personal records, usually a paper trail that they store at home. This is all well and good, but digital records are considerably more secure. Many paper copies get put in storage, and owners can’t find them later when they’re really needed. Physical papers can become lost, and they don’t have the added security measures available through Gun Transfer. Like your medical records from doctors and hospitals that are stored in the cloud, we have encryptions and firewalls that protect your identity and render your records unreadable to anyone besides yourself. We maintain separate servers to ensure your privacy and it has the added benefit of keeping your data incredibly secure.

You might not realize many of your medical records are stored in a web-based cloud server, but it is quite a common practice that you are likely utilizing elsewhere in your life. Banking is often digital and is tied to your social security number. Going digital increases the security of your important data, and when it comes to sensitive information, the higher the security, the better.

Why for a Lifetime?

We believe a lifetime record offers you the best of both worlds. You can keep your records, protect yourself and make sure your data is secure. The benefits are so great, it isn’t likely you’ll find a better alternative. Of course, we realize that things change, and you might not want to store your records for a lifetime. This is why we’re going to give you the ability to permanently delete a transfer or all your records from Gun Transfer at any time. As gun owners ourselves, we understand your concerns and we work hard to make sure our app only makes your life easier. Your privacy and security are our top concern, and always will be.

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