Benefits of NFA Trust
NFA Trust protects individual's rights to own various types of firearms without limitations and hassles. NFA trust has a multitude of benefits and can drastically change your confidence and security about your class three firearms.
(prHWY.com) January 22, 2013 - Fairfax, VA -- If you are a firearm expert then you understand the difference between classes of firearms. There is a lot of red tape when it comes to the purchasing of Class 3 firearms, which include machine guns, silencers and other automatic weapons. It is extremely hard to own class three firearms or hand them down because of strict regulations and laws put into place by our government. Many however enjoy owning these weapons and using them in a responsible way so the question then becomes what is their option. If an individual wants to purchase a class three firearm or legally pass it down to family, is there a way to do that? The answer is that there is and what is needed is an NFA Trust. An NFA Trust is essentially a gun trust for NFA firearms. This legally entity called a gun trust or an NFA Trust protects individual's rights to own various types of firearms without limitations hassles or even the outright denial of ownership that we see so often now a days. You may be asking why I need a gun trust to own these types of firearms. Aren't they already legal to own and purchase. While the answer to that question varies state by state and is more complicated than yes or no, an NFA Trust will resolve any doubt that you have in the ownership or purchasing of any class 3 firearms. An NFA Trust is a legal document that protects your constitutional rights. It has a multitude of benefits and can drastically change your confidence and security about your class three firearms. Some of the numerous benefits to an NFA Trust can be found below and hopefully hose will help you and your decision to get a gun trust.
No CLEO Sign Off Required - For gun trusts, the ATF requirement that individuals obtain the signature of the Chief Law Enforcement Officer (Cleo) of the city in which you live, on Form 4, Machine gun/suppressor transfer documents, does not apply. This is one less step and is very important to many.
No Fingerprint Cards Required - Another common requirement set forth by the ATF is that an individual supply two sets of fingerprint cards with every Form 4. This requirement, however does not apply to transfers to a gun trust.
Continuity of Ownership - A gun trust is great because it can last for several generations. The properties in the gun trust, which are typically firearms or class three type weapons, remain in a single entity. This means that it is not necessary to transfer each item upon the death of a single trustee or beneficiary, where several are named.
Confidentiality - In many cases with firearms, confidentiality is very important. When someone purchases a Class 3 weapon and has a gun trust, the only place that they must submit a copy of the trust to is the ATF with the Form 4. The NFA gun trust is otherwise completely confidential. This confidentiality protects the individual with the gun trust and is important to many class three firearm owners.
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