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Is it still worthwhile to purchase NFA items through a Trust? If So can anyone recommend a good attorney to do the trust for me. I'm in Franklin, TN

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I don't know the answer to the first part of your question but the person to talk to about gun trusts is John Harris.

 

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John wells did mine, he's a member here. It depends on several different things but the main reason for me to go with a trust was so I could add family members. 

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11 minutes ago, Esko 270 said:

It depends on several different things but the main reason for me to go with a trust was so I could add family members. 

This is my reasoning. I’m going to buy all my NFA toys, then I’m going to add the wife to the trust. 😇

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Thanks for the replies everyone. Does the Trust still alleviate the requirement to get fingerprinted or CLEO sign off?

 

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18 hours ago, Esko 270 said:

John wells did mine, he's a member here. It depends on several different things but the main reason for me to go with a trust was so I could add family members. 

John Wells completed my trust when I bought my first silencer.  

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You still have to give fingerprints but you only have to notify Cleo. It's the same either way you go on that I believe. Silencershop has made all of this way easier.

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You have to provide finger prints and photos for all responsible persons on the trust.  There’s also an additional form you have to submit with the Form 4 for each responsible person on the trust now....and the LEO is ONLY a notification. 

At least that’s what I remember a few months back when I started the process. 
 

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6 hours ago, Kevin Mac said:

Awesome! Great wealth of info. Is "The SilencerShop" a local store or an online vendor?

 

They’re an online vendor with relationships with many local stores around the country. According to your location listed in your profile, there are 3 shops that have their kiosks within minutes of you. 

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If you live in Franklin, Chip Cain has an office in the downtown area and does NFA trusts. He did mine for me a few years ago and it's gone through several Form 1s without an issue.

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I understand it that you can do a trust and add all the toys, then add family as responsible person and no need for finger prints. When you add a toy every responsible person has to submit fingerprints and forms. 
So you remove everyone, add the toy, then add them back, is my understanding.

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I dont want to miss lead others or myself. I noticed no reply to my post, does this sound like its correct or did no one respond because Im way off mark??

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