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THE NATION'S BEST NFA FIREARMS TRUST
Our 50-STATE Legal NFA trust was designed from the ground up by an experienced gun trust attorney to address issues relating to the use, possession, and transfer of firearms, specifically those included in the National Firearms Act (NFA). This is not a generic trust form offered everywhere else and this one trust can allow the easy transfer of thousands of NFA items.
- Transfer/register unlimited NFA items to one trust
- No annual fee, maintenance, expiration or additional expenses - one trust to last a lifetime.
- Add and remove co-trustees at will
- One signature trust establishment - no need to have every co-trustee present to establish the trust, just the Settlor
- Short-term or long-term co-trustee appointment at any time without amending the trust.
- State-specific provisions for your state of residence
- Instant removal of co-trustees at any time without amending your trust - perfect for mitigating 41F rules.
- Instant email delivery with detailed instructions - unlike other options, ours is delivered in real-time, not 24 hours later.
- No Schedule A disclosing inventory to third parties
After purchasing, you will be prompted to complete a short online questionnaire after purchasing. Your personalized trust and instructions are provided via email immediately upon completion of the questionnaire. The questionnaire can be completed anytime and only the settlor / initial trustee (you) need to sign in front of a notary to establish the trust. Capitol Armory provides notary services free of charge for customers.
I was under the impression that all trustees needed to have finger prints submitted, how to you get around this?All co-trustees at the time of purchase are required to provide fingerprints. There is not a way to get around that. Our trust is established with a single trustee and you can add trustees after your purchase. Should you decide to add trustees after your purchase is made, there is not a requirement to provide fingerprints or photos for previously purchased / transferred items.
I had my trust done through you guys. After I take possession of my suppressor, don't I have to add to the trust with the serial # and the stamp? If so, where do I write it down?
Not with the Trust provided on our site. The Trust is written in such a way the eliminates the need to write down each NFA item in a seperate schedule. Simply store each original Form 4 or 1 with the original Trust and there is nothing else you need to do.
I have a Trust from a couple years ago (I bought a sparrow from you). I was wanting to purchase a hybrid soon. What will I need to do to purchase this? Do I need a new Trust? Can I just add it to this one? Do I need to submit new fingerprints? I am not ch
We can use the same Trust from a couple years back, but we will need you to provide fingerprints for us one time. You can do so at our shop, at a Sheriff's office or local Police department or make an appointment at a local identogo office.
Once you purchase from us, we will send you a full set of instructions on where / how to get the prints done local to you.
What is the process to adding some one to the trust say for an upcoming hunting trip as stated in description? & I live in Michigan I am curious if I need to go threw FFL to receive a suppressor if ordered from u guys of can get it in the mail?
There is an addendum within the Trust we sell that allows you to permanently or temporarily add Trustees to your Trust. It is as simple as both parties signing before a notary.
I do not understand how a trust will benefit my possession of a silencer for my AR10 used for hunting and target practice. Please explain. I do not understand the features and benefits of this trust. What could happen to me if I did not have this trust
In short, the NFA Trust allows multiple people to posses the suppressor and upon death of all co-trustees, easily allows the transfer to beneficiaries without additional ATF paperwork. If you transferred as an individual and passed, the heirs of your estate would have to file paperwork with the ATF. The Trust future proofs your purchase in the event the ATF decides that the transfer of suppressors, SBRs or machine guns is prohibited.
does the trust need to be filled out at the initial purchase time or completed by the time the suppressor arrives and is released to purchaser?
We submit the Trust with the transfer applicaiton (form 4) so it needs to be filled out and signed before we submit paperwork to the ATF
I am a trustee added to my friend's trust.When the Trust purchases a new suppressor from Capitol Armory, can that suppressor be shipped to me upon arrival?Both the Trust and myself are domiciled in Texas. I hold a Texas CHL.
Yes, once approved we can ship to any co-trustees residence. If you bought before 7/13/2016 (pre-41F) you would need to posses a LTC / CHL. If you bought after 7/13/2016 then it can be shipped to any co-trustee with a TX DL#.
I live in Texas. Does the NFA Trust require 2 witness signatures for the notarization? That is difficult for me to accomplish. Thank you.
No witnesses are required with our Trust. It only needs to be signed by the Settlor in front of a notary.
I live in Oregon, can I still purchase a trust from you? Thanks,
Yes. Our trust is 50 state legal.
once ive filled out the trust and have had a notary sign, do I need to email a copy of all the signed paperwork back to you guys?
We only need the signed, first 12 pages. We do not need the co-trustee addendum or schedule A.