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I got my trust set up through HeavyD and just received all 5 suppressors after the lonnnnng waiting period. Easy and trustworthy.


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I got my trust set up through HeavyD and just received all 5 suppressors after the lonnnnng waiting period. Easy and trustworthy.


Nice! You dove right on in.

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Finally bit the bullet... Thanks Dean!




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Finally bit the bullet... Thanks Dean!


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I got one a while back and finally got it notarized etc. Is there a way to list multiple items for assignment of property to the trust? Or is it one page/assignment per item?

Here shortly I hope to build an SBR but need to find a place to get fingerprinted.




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I got one a while back and finally got it notarized etc. Is there a way to list multiple items for assignment of property to the trust? Or is it one page/assignment per item?

Here shortly I hope to build an SBR but need to find a place to get fingerprinted.


It is one assignment page for each piece of property. That way you do not have to disclose Title I firearms in the trust when applying for Title II firearms.


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I must have lost my mind. LOL Another one bites the bullet.


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Ordered on Monday and received on Tuesday. Thanks Dean and Co! My dealer got a kick out of the removal of trustee form stating that once the form was approved the addendum was then void. We both had some good laughs from it.
 
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Ordered on Monday and received on Tuesday. Thanks Dean and Co! My dealer got a kick out of the removal of trustee form stating that once the form was approved the addendum was then void. We both had some good laughs from it.


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Hi Dean. I unfortunately just came across your services and was unfamiliar with the advantages of a trust before reading through the thread. Are there still any advantages as far as waiting periods for NFA items go after the changes this past year went into effect? Thanks!
 
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Hi Dean. I unfortunately just came across your services and was unfamiliar with the advantages of a trust before reading through the thread. Are there still any advantages as far as waiting periods for NFA items go after the changes this past year went into effect? Thanks!


A trust does not generally reduce your wait time. The primary benefit is anyone you list as a co-trustee may also possess the NFA weapons in your trust, not just you.

For example, shooting friends, children, spouses, and so on may possess at your discretion. This prevents loved-ones from exposure to criminal liability if they ever need to move weapons or pass them on upon your incapacity or death.

It's a must for $99.


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Hi Dean. I unfortunately just came across your services and was unfamiliar with the advantages of a trust before reading through the thread. Are there still any advantages as far as waiting periods for NFA items go after the changes this past year went into effect? Thanks!


A trust does not generally reduce your wait time. The primary benefit is anyone you list as a co-trustee may also possess the NFA weapons in your trust, not just you.

For example, shooting friends, children, spouses, and so on may possess at your discretion. This prevents loved-ones from exposure to criminal liability if they ever need to move weapons or pass them on upon your incapacity or death.

It's a must for $99.


Thanks. I understand the other benefits and I'm certainly not understating those, but earlier in the thread I got the impression that the wait times were shorter if applying with a trust. I realize that the thread is years old at this point, so that may not be the case any longer. I'm considering my first NFA item, and I the wait times were improved with a trust, I was considering accelerating the timeframe for making the purchase. You'll still be hearing from me either way. Thanks
 
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Reduced wait times for Form 4 Trust applications were true at some point, but that was mid 2015. I was getting NFA stamps back in about 4-5 months. My last one (submitted in early April 2016) took nearly 8 months. There are trust benefits much broader than wait times as others have said.

I used heavyd's trust for a number of NFA items all went smoothly.

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