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NFA Gun Trust Lawyer Blog

NFA Gun Trust Lawyer Blog
Federal Firearms Laws / Gun Laws
Crossed to
Gun News & Gun Blogs , Gun Lawyers
Added on
Aug 10, 2009 
Gun Trust information on each state including information on Class 3 SOT purchases of Title II firearms that are restricted under the NFA. Information on each states permissible purchases of Silencers, SBS, SBR, AOW, DD, and Machine Guns.
3733 University Boulevard West, Suite 212B
About Us
We are a website run by the Apple Law Firm that seeks to provide individuals information on what Title II firearms are available in their states. Title II firearms can be purchase from individuals or Class 3 SOT dealers. Individuals, Trusts and other business entities can purchase them but a trust has many advantages over the other forms of ownership including: 1. The ability to tell your representatives how to properly transfer these assets upon your death; 2. The ability to transfer assets to children even below the age of 18 at a later time while giving the trustee the ability to look at the child's mental state, physical location, and age in addition to whether the child is legally able to own, possess, or use the firearms; 3. The ability for the Trustee to refuse assets transferred by will or other means if NFA and state requirements are not complied with; 4. Requirement to comply with NFA and State laws for transfer of NFA related assets; 5. The ability to make uneven distributions to heirs to conserve value of assets; 6. The ability to purchase Title II weapons, without creating a violation of the duties of the trustee; 7. The ability to use the weapons in the trust without creating liability to the beneficiaries; 8. The instructions and formalities on how to: manufacture items under a Form 1, how to purchase items correctly under a Form 4, how to properly document and transport Title II firearms with a Form 20. 9. Protection for yourself and your family from Constructive Possession - a violation of the NFA. 10. The ability to add others to your trust at a later time and create additional authorized users of the firearms. For more information on NFA Trusts contact us through one of the links below or give us a call at 877-7GUN-LAW


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