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IRONWORKER
August 09, 2010, 00:29
How do i set up a trust for class 3 arms? - I'm going to be inheriting a amnesty registered H&R M14 in the near future & I'm thinking about getting a HK sear & a few SBR host guns - I want to set up a trust for me & the kids so when i take a dump they won't have any BS to go through to get the guns & so the wife can't sell em' off before I'm cold!

2barearms
August 09, 2010, 06:05
One of my FFL's is an Attorney who sells suppressors and sets up
NFA Trusts. It took around 30 minutes. I live in Texas, thank God,
your situation may be different. You need to have an Exececutor
of your Trust and a Beneficiary, they can't be the same person.

Mine cost $300.00, you can do it yourself but I don't recommend it.

They usually require 3 other people that know you in the event that
you become incapacitated either mentally or physically. The ATF
does not have to 'approve' the trust but they do have to look
at transfers.

IRONWORKER
August 09, 2010, 12:26
I live in NC, anybody know any class3 dealers that are lawyers around here!

Civilian Armory
August 10, 2010, 20:46
Being in NC I'm going to have to say good luck.

http://www.guntrustlawyer.com/states/north-carolina/

I recommend Goldman from the above website, he'll answer questions for your state and work with a lawyer there.

gauraprema
August 15, 2010, 01:25
On M14.com firing line the NCNFA guys can help you.They made a trust and help folks with nfa matters.

Dopavash
August 26, 2010, 11:37
Originally posted by 2barearms
One of my FFL's is an Attorney who sells suppressors and sets up
NFA Trusts. It took around 30 minutes. I live in Texas, thank God,
your situation may be different. You need to have an Exececutor
of your Trust and a Beneficiary, they can't be the same person.

Mine cost $300.00, you can do it yourself but I don't recommend it.


Link/Contact info, Please. I live in Texas as well and have always wanted to get a suppressor.


Or 5.

jaykden
August 27, 2010, 13:50
i have 2 SBRs, 1 SBS and 1 MG.

all done with my trust.

i used quicken willmaker from amazon to do it. you need to make sure you follow the rules by your state to make it legit, but willmaker does a good job of sorting that out.

i got all my info on going title II from arfcom. but be warned if you go there and mention something about "quicken" or "willmaker", you'll probably get jumped.

there are lawyers there that advise against doing it on your own with willmaker (who woulda thought?).

thing is, as long as the trust is legit, nothing can ever go wrong as far as NFA goes.

good luck. its actually pretty easy going the trust route.

2barearms
August 29, 2010, 09:22
Originally posted by Dopavash


Link/Contact info, Please. I live in Texas as well and have always wanted to get a suppressor.


Or 5.


While you can do all sorts of things without the assistance of an attorney
this is probably not a good idea. If you don't do it right you may require
one after the fact and when they discover that you did it yourself you won't
get off cheap. Your choice.

Here's Mike Email addy, he won't pressure you and he'll email the list
of stuff he needs to process the Trust, it's pretty straight forward.

Mike Trent trentffl@gmail.com

Slo cat
September 01, 2010, 20:06
I have a trust set up for estate planning purposes by an attorney who specializes in this area. Would this work for NRA items?

Could I get a C&R FFL in the name of this trust?

Best Regards,
Slo cat

Stranger
September 02, 2010, 11:06
Originally posted by Slo cat
I have a trust set up for estate planning purposes by an attorney who specializes in this area. Would this work for NRA items?

Best Regards,
Slo cat

Yes, that will work for NFA items.

I don't know if you can use the trust for a C&R.