NFA Gun Trust question

tRidiot

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Just curious because I don’t know the answer: can others ever be in possession of your non-trust owned items without doing a transfer / stamp process?

No. This was one of the benefits of a trust. You cannot loan your suppressor/SBR to someone else.

<edit> Someone else can USE it in your PRESENCE... but the owner of the stamp has to be physically present. Thus, the idea that multiple people in control of a trust could use an item covered under a stamp issued to a trust SHOULD be ok.

Again... not a lawyer - but this is how it was explained to me BY the lawyer who wrote my trust.
 

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The information for passing along non-trust items is something I didn’t know and had wondered about. Thanks. However, it doesn’t apply to me since all items are in the trust.

The posts I made above were focused on the requirements to add and remove people from a trust which would allow for friends and family to be in legal possession of the class 3 items owned by the trust; I would just need to amend the trust. This is really the only benefit I can see for a trust other than the smooth and immediate transition of the class 3 items to others listed in the trust, for whatever reason including my death.

Just curious because I don’t know the answer: can others ever be in possession of your non-trust owned items without doing a transfer / stamp process?

Edit: Also, who can legally possess the non-trust class 3 items in the event of the owners death while another person is waiting for the approval process? Again, asking because I’ve got no idea.

1. while I think you can still add and subtract people at will. If you buy/mfg anything new after xx/xx/xxxx date you must send the RPQ form and print cards.

2. As to who can possess a non-trust item after death is the executor of the estate. whether listed in the will or appointed by the court
I bought several over the years and the person signing put executor by their signature.
 
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