Getting Around NFA Title II Restrictions


What’s the worst that could happen? The National Firearms Act (NFA) places restrictions on Title II weapons. If you own or operate these then you might be breaking the law without even knowing it. A gun trust helps you make sure that everything you do, from loaning your weapons, to giving them to someone, to buying them, to inheriting them is legal.

A gun trust ensures that your buddy can borrow your suppressor that he keeps begging to let him use, even in your absence. It can be used to keep a weapons collection of any size intact and in trust for your descendants after you’re gone. It instructs your spouse or other successors as to how NFA weapons must be handled, so that they don’t get in trouble dealing with your weapons after your death. Most importantly, an NFA gun trust makes sure that you’re on the right side of the law.

A violation of the NFA can lead to felony charges including up to ten years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines. It can also lead to the seizure of all of your weapons and the loss of the ability to ever own, possess or use a firearm again.

Make sure that you, your loved ones, and all your weapons are protected by using Do-It-Yourself Gun Trust Forms provided by 2ATRUSTS.COM to create your own NFA Trust.

How A Gun Trust Helps Avoid Violating the NFA

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