Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Painkiller, Apr 28, 2007.
I read the title and thought maybe someone bought the sbr from the guy Vettefan was talking to.
just curious but, according to that if you set up a trust the gun/any NFA items are not owned by an individual but are owned by the trust. does that mean that a trust can purchase new full auto weapons? I doubt it does, but it would be an interesting loophole.
Now that I have an explaination of the trust method, I think I'll SBR my AR. It wont cost me much to sell my upper and buy a 11.5.
Well, 200 bucks for the stamp.
You know I feel for the guy 1.5" is the difference between completely legal and all sorts of weird requirements.
Time for me to look into this trust.
but who wants to pay the $200 tax stamp for a barrel that is 1.5" shorter
im pretty sure that only law enforcement, and select few security agencies can buy new full auto. i think the NRC lets nuke plants get them too under their security plan.
so I don't get it... you do not own the NFA item, a Trust does? And you are the Trust beneficiary? Or are you the trustee?
And I guess I can just create an empty trust and transfer items into it as I want?
ya a trust does. if you can get CLEO signoff, do it under your own name
i probably would have an SBR if i was in a free state