Has anyone used NFAFIREARMSTRUST.COM?

Blasternank

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My brother in law in Texas wants to step up a firearms trust for a suppressor or two. He approached me with this company and I was wondering if anyone has heard of NFAFIREARMSTRUST.COM? Any experiences good or bad?

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grumper

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Too late now. He has less than 12 hours to get his trust formed, suppressor purchased and forms delivered to NFA Branch before the rule change gets rammed through.

May as well just go the individual route.

If he still wants to use a trust he'd better comment on regulation.gov and state his opposition to the NFA rule change for trusts/corps/partnerships.
 
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grumper

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there are still several advantages to getting a trust over the personal route.
Lots of pains in the ass too. You'll need to get fingerprints for all trustees and beneficiaries no matter how distant they may live. Then ask the CLEO(s) for each of their jurisdictions until you find one that will actually sign.

If they live in a ban state forget it. They can't even inherit it without taking possession just to auction it off. They can't even be added to the trust after this change.

A lot of your rights die today.
 

locke_n_load

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I think today is the day the comment period ends, I don't know if the proposed changes actually occur today. BATFE has to take time to review the comments I think.
 

SC-Texas

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have him give me a call. It is not too late to form a trust, Dec 9 is the deadline for COMMENTS! The Rules HAVE NOT CHANGED!
 

benenglish

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Do they have a set time period to review the comments?
In practical terms, no. Having been tasked during my life with writing draft legislation and then seeing that legislation through to writing the agency regulations subsequent to public comment, I can tell you the process is really fuzzy. Time frames are often ignored even when deadlines theoretically exist.

Unfortunately, politics drives this stuff. Given the political climate and the current president, I'm betting the ATF review of the comments will be a model of uncharacteristically efficient work done at warp speed, arriving at conclusions we are not gonna like.
 
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