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2020 Quick Gun Transfer Analysis
Many of you have asked for a simple Guide or Analysis for GUN TRANSFERS...so we put together a one-page guide we hope helps answer many of your questions in one easy document. The document is designed to speak to both Title I and Title II firearms. It gives you a brief description of how to analyze a transfer of any kind under federal and state law, and to highlight what is involved and whether this is something you should consider further.  While the document isn't intended to give you legal advice, it is hopefully helpful in guiding you to [more]
Gun trusts have been all the rage during the past few years.. and still are in great demand.  Gun manufacturers sell them, gun shops sell them, attorneys sell them, you can do one yourself off the Internet... but who backs them up when the laws change?  Do these people actually know the federal and state issues created by a gun trust?  And could anybody (even an attorney) actually write the perfect gun trust to deal with all the unknown future laws?  We all know that things can always be improved.  Things change, we learn new things, we gain new experiences.  [more]
Recently I penned a blog about ATF Rule 41F which affects trusts and other legal entities possessing NFA firearms.  More is coming about it.  There is a lot of information available on this site, and chances are that you know a lot about firearms and gun trusts. Federal law in the Gun Control Act, especially the NFA, and ATF Rule 41F are only part of the story.  An NFA-only or full blown gun trust must also operate under state law.  State firearms law is getting far more complex, and less standardized than ever.  Washington and Oregon enacted new background check [more]