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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by shooterdave, Jun 26, 2009.
I thought so. So when I die, my stuff will be form 5'd to my wife.
If you're using a trust, it might be worthwhile consulting a lawyer since the Form 5 specifically states its use is for transfers to heirs, as heirs are defined by your state. To me, the term heir would imply the process of inheritance, wills and probate, but a trust would have declared a beneficiary (which is not necessarily an heir) and would bypass wills and probate so I have to wonder whether or not a Form 5 would technically be applicable. Maybe someone here knows for sure.
I looked into this when I started and believe the form 5 is still used.
Does someone have an idea on how long it takes to complete and be able to take possession of a silencer? I did mine over two months ago and haven't heard anything.
I misspoke, what I meant was a personal transfer. You are correct, same form.
Thanks for all the info and opinions..