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With my fathers passing I now have all the NFA items permanently at my house, suppressors

I'm named on the Trust so shouldn't be any big deal with it

What form do I file for this location change 5320.20?

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I believe that's what Form 5 (ATF 5320.5 Application for Tax Exempt Transfer and Registration of Firearm ) is for. Quick search on the internet brought up this:

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NOTE: In order to file for a tax free stamp as an heir. You will need to submit a death certificate and a will or gun trust showing you are an heir to the NFA item. The executer of the estate will need to sign boxes 9 through 11. The executer will need to hold onto the NFA firearms until your ATF Form 5 is approved. If you are the heir and the executer/successor trustee of the estate or the gun trust, then you can take possession of the NFA firearm(s) while your ATF Form 5 is being approved. The average ATF From 5 turnaround time is 1 month to 3 months time.


If you don't want to transfer to yourself, but to a trust, you'll also need Form 23 (5320.23), NFA Responsible Person Questionnaire.
 
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Originally posted by E26R-40-BSE:
I believe that's what Form 5 (ATF 5320.5 Application for Tax Exempt Transfer and Registration of Firearm ) is for. Quick search on the internet brought up this:

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NOTE: In order to file for a tax free stamp as an heir. You will need to submit a death certificate and a will or gun trust showing you are an heir to the NFA item. The executer of the estate will need to sign boxes 9 through 11. The executer will need to hold onto the NFA firearms until your ATF Form 5 is approved. If you are the heir and the executer/successor trustee of the estate or the gun trust, then you can take possession of the NFA firearm(s) while your ATF Form 5 is being approved. The average ATF From 5 turnaround time is 1 month to 3 months time.


If you don't want to transfer to yourself, but to a trust, you'll also need Form 23 (5320.23), NFA Responsible Person Questionnaire.


They are already in the family gun Trust which I'm a Trustee

just relocating them

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Are they leaving the state? If not and the trust is still in force, you needn't do anything. If they're leaving the state and the trust is still in force, a 5320.20.
 
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Are they leaving the state? If not and the trust is still in force, you needn't do anything. If they're leaving the state and the trust is still in force, a 5320.20.


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