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usmarine2141

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Trust questions.
« on: November 29, 2014, 12:32:15 AM »
Below I have a list of questions about the NFA trust.

1. Can yall make the trust to where minors can be put on, to be able to shoot the rifle/pistol that is suppressed?
2. Does is cost anything for yall to update our trust with items, or trustee's?
3. Can we now purchase any firearm with our trust, or is this trust only for NFA items?

Thank you in advanced.
Kevin
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usmarine2141

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Re: Trust questions.
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2014, 12:47:19 AM »
Also doesn't buying the NFA item through the trust speed up the process?
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TexasLawShield

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Re: Trust questions.
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2014, 10:56:51 AM »
usmarine2141,

1.     As long as a Trustee is in the presence of the minor, they may possess a suppressed firearm without being named in the Trust. Minors     may be beneficiaries in the Trust, but this does not give them the right to access the NFA weapon, but merely they are entitled to the value of the property in the Trust.

2.     An amendment to your Trust is $19.95 if your Trust was drafted through Texas Law Shield.

3.     You may legally purchase any firearm through an NFA Trust. However, the Trust is NFA specific and we do not recommend co-  mingling your non-Class 3 items with this sort of “radioactive” material.

4.   No matter what route you take whether through a Trust, individually, or corporation, it is a lengthy process with the ATF.

Hope this helps.
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Trevis

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Re: Trust questions.
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2014, 01:34:48 PM »
In a small town north of my residence in PA, there is a Post Office on a corner with public sidewalks with a street beside each sidewalk. Is it legal for a CCL holder to be on the public sidewalk and not step on the Post Office property or must he cross the street before he reaches the Post office to be on the other side of the street?
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Re: Trust questions.
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2014, 02:40:43 PM »
Trevis,

When a post office is in a strip center or other grouping of stores, you may carry your firearm in the parking lot of that strip center. This is because the law restricts you from carrying on post office “property.” When a post office is stand alone, they own the parking lot and you may not have a firearm there. When a post office is leasing space in a strip center, they do not own the parking lot.

You may carry on the public sidewalk outside the post office, and should not have to cross the street only if it is in a retail center. Just be sure that you do not step onto the post office parking lot from the sidewalk.
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