Originally posted by AUTiger89: Another question - can co-trustees remove non-NFA items from the trust and sell them?
Okay, for anyone else who'd want to know, I just received my paperwork (Thanks, Dean!), and it says that co-trustees can only possess items in the trust at my discretion and that only I, as settlor, may buy and sell items in the trust.
Trying to get a follow-up on a previous purchase of the trust. The gun trust has been rejected by in a application for a suppressor. I'm told that the amendment paperwork is no longer accepted, given an "outdated" line on the "sole trustee" amendment.
Originally posted by sns3guppy: Trying to get a follow-up on a previous purchase of the trust. The gun trust has been rejected by in a application for a suppressor. I'm told that the amendment paperwork is no longer accepted, given an "outdated" line on the "sole trustee" amendment.
I've sent emails to heavyd without response.
Still out there?
sns3guppy: Have you called Dean's office? That would be the first step. Please keep us posted, as many of us here rely on Dean's trusts for our approved and pending NFA stuff.
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Overseas presently, and working both sides of the clock. I might be able to reach him, but he wouldn't be able to call me back. I sent an email a week ago, and am hoping to correspond that way. I'll keep trying.
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Nothing much to add to the topic, just a full endorsement of heavyd’s Gun Trust services.
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