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Our checklist guides you through the steps of establishing your gun trust, buying your first NFA firearm from a Class 3 dealer, appointing additional co-trustees to your gun trust, removing additional co-trustees from your gun trust, assigning non-NFA firearms to your gun trust, and carrying the proper documentation when using and possessing your NFA firearms.
The gun trust is the legal document that you will use to create the legal entity to hold all of your NFA firearms, as well as any non-NFA firearms that you want to assign to your gun trust.
The Initial Contribution form is the legal document that you will use to ensure that your gun trust is properly funded at the same time that you are establishing your gun trust.
The Appointment form is the legal document that you can use to appoint an additional co-trustee to your gun trust so that he or she can also use and possess your NFA firearms.
The Removal form is the legal document that you can use to remove an additional co-trustee from your gun trust.
The Assignment form is the legal document that you can use to assign non-NFA firearms that you personally own to your gun trust. This is especially helpful if you would like to convert one of your pistols or long rifles to a short-barreled rifle.
Congratulations! You are minutes away from receiving your gun trust drafted specifically for your state. Get ready to be impressed!