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Thoughts on SBR'ing?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by ArmedCivy, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. ArmedCivy

    ArmedCivy Guest

    I've started looking into doing the short barreled rifle. I know a few things, $200 tax stamp, several forms to fill out, as well as picture, fingerprints, and local law enforcement sign off. What i haven't heard much about is going the trust route. Any thoughts? Advantages or disadvantages, etc.
     
  2. AKguy1985

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    there is a few advantages to a trust. Like no CLEO signoff
     
  3. ArmedCivy

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    Yeah thats true. I forgot about that. You can also transfer the rifle to anyone in that trust, for example if you die it can go to your next of kin without a hastle as long as they are listed in that trust.
     
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    I went the trust route on mine. Simple and no regrets. I named my wife and children in the trust.
     
  5. ArmedCivy

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    Thats good to know 1911sooner! I'll have to learn about setting up a trust then and i think i'm set! Same set of rules applies to suppressors as well doesn't it?
     
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    pm sent
     
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    There is "no hassle" with the individual route in this regards either. The guns would transfer tax free on an ATF Form 5 to your lawful heirs. read more about it here: http://www.atf.gov/press/releases/1999/09/090599-openletter-nfa-estate-transfers.html
     
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    Yeah the trust doesn't really do anything for you other than getting around a dooshbag CLEO.
     
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    I looked into an SBR also, and I was told that in Tulsa County, the only way you can legally own such a firearm is via a trust. The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office will refuse to sign off on the paperwork if you do not go the trust route.
     
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    Someone posted that TPD Chief Chuck Jordan signed for them. Might do a search on that.
     

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