GUN switching an NFA item to a Trust?

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  1. dpixel8

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    Going to be doing another form for a suppressor here soon. I have a stamp for an SBR, but didn't go the Trust route. Is it possible to switch the SBR onto the Trust? Or am I going to have to pay another $200 for that as well? :dunno:
     
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    sonofabitch. just because it's considered a transfer? or it's a new stamp or what? doesn't make much sense. I am an idiot. Still I suppose I'd rather have the suppressor on a trust though.
     
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    Because it's another transfer. Although not physically, on paper you're transferring the item from one entity to another.
     
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    fucking gay
     
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    wonder if there is a way to put the tax stamp onto a trust.....
     
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    no
     
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    :mamoru: why not? :run:
     
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    Why do you want it on the trust? Most people to trusts to make the actual approval process easier, you already have that. I dont see a need to transfer it, just do you new items on a trust and leave that first one as a private ownership.
     
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    so what happens if I die tomorrow (contacted and put a restraining order out today on Keesh)? my family member/s would have to pay $200 to have it transferred to them? what a PITA. minus whale just pay the $200 now to have it transferred to the trust so that they don't get fucked
     
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    read my last post.

    yes, it was easy for the SBR, and im sure it will be easy for the suppressor. not the point though. I didn't understand the full benefits of a trust when I originally did the SBR, or I would have put it on there as well as my parents and my wife at that time. As it stands, my wife can't even touch the SBR without me with her. She's been told that if an ATF agent comes to the door to check on it, to say that she's not on the form :greddy:
     
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    Why would they not just inherit it with the rest of your possesions?

    A trust would make it legal for your wife to handle it when you're not around, however important that is to you.
     
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    i dont think a family member or anyone else can just inherit the tax stamp that is not on a trust. correct me if I am wrong, Raz

    EDIT: and yes, that's why I want to do a trust this time around. going to regardless with the suppressor, but wanted to put the SBR on as well. oh well
     
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    Even if you put it in your will? Shit, I dunno.
     
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    pretty sure not. if I remember correctly, they would have to (AGAIN) pay the $200 to have it transferred. :rofl:
     
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    an inheritance is still a transfer.
     
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    Well shit, so the $200 has to be paid eventually. Just do it now and you already have a trust to add more NFA toys on, and trustees, etc.
     
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    that's what I am thinking. plus they (my wife would vaguely know) would have to go through loopholes and end up probably not putting it on another trust.

    would be like how much money I've given to THT over the past months :rofl:
     
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    :werd: that's what I thought I read
     
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    i'm still trying to figure out how to write a trust that would give me, my dad, and brother access to the trust items without the others needing to be around.
     
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    you don't. anyone on the trust can possess the items. that's the whole idea
     
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    its pretty much common sense. i can just imagine the ATF being like "oh no need to transfer if you're just keeping a dead dudes m16 on the wall"
     
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    really? i thought those rights didnt go into effect until your death :dunno:
     
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    nope. anyone on the trust can possess it. at least that was my understanding
     

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