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The FAQ page is where you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions.
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An Assignment Form is used to add Personal and NFA Firearms to your Gun Trust. Remember: You should create a new Assignment Form for each NFA Firearm you buy or build.
Create an Amendment if you need to revise your Co-Trustees, Successor Trustees, or Beneficiaries
Need to create a document for your Gun Trust, but not sure which document you need? Click here for a description of the different forms and a link to create each document
Anytime you use your personal money to purchase a firearm or firearms accessories, you should fill out a MOC to document the transaction.
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We know that Gun Trusts can be really confusing, so we’ve written this article to explain exactly what gun trusts are and why they are the best option
Ever wonder how to get your hands on a full-auto machine gun. The Trust Shop Lawyers explain the ins-and-outs of getting your hands on select-fire guns
The process for making changes to your Gun Trust can be very confusing. Let the Trust Shop show you how it’s done.
The Silencer and SBR application process can be a bit overwhelming. This article gives you a step-by-step overview of the process
Other gun trusts claim to be “lawyer drafted,” but Trust Shop Gun Trusts are “Lawyer Reviewed.” Read this article to find out why Trust Shop Gun Trusts are way different than the other guys.
ATF Rule 41F added additional requirements to the Form 1 & Form 4 application process. However, they didn’t do the best job explaining which people are considered RP’s.
Not sure which of the “Hard-Copy” documents you want to get? Click on this link for complete descriptions of all the different hard-copy options.
Full-Size lamination is the perfect way to protect your Gun Trust
If you want a copy of your Gun Trust that you can toss into your range bag or clip to your rifle case, the Miniature lamination is the way to go.
The Gun Trust Portfolio protects your Gun Trust and gives it a professional appearance.
Looking for ultimate protection and functionality? The Preservation Package is just the ticket. You get a 3-ring binder with three different types of hard-copy Gun Trusts.
You waited forever to receive your Tax Stamp! Now that you finally have it, you need to protect it. The best way to get the job done is to have your Stamps laminated. Available in both Full-Size and Mini.
Already ordered your hard-copy documents and need to send us your Signature Pages? Click here to follow our step-by-step directions on securely uploading your documents.
Want some additional privacy? Create a Certification of Trust, which is a super-condensed bare-bones version of your Gun Trust completely concealing the fact that your Gun Trust is, in fact, a Gun Trust.
Everything you need to submit your ATF Application.
Before you can build a Silencer or SBR, you submit a Form 1 Application to the ATF. Follow this step-by-step guide and you will be able to fill out your Form 1 Application with confidence
Creating the ATF Form 1 Application is simple when you use the Trust Shop ATF Form System (available to Trust Shop customers).
If you are moving or traveling to another state with your NFA Firearms, you need to fill out an ATF Form 20. Trust Shop Customers can click here to create their Form 20 using the ATF Form System.
The Form 4 (Application for Tax Paid Transfer and Registration of Firearm) is what you submit to the ATF when you purchase an NFA Firearm.
If you are buying an NFA Firearm you need to submit a Form 4 Application to the ATF. The Trust Shop ATF Form System completely eliminates the ATF confusion and makes the Form 4 Application process easy. Trust Shop customers get unlimited use of all our ATF Form Generators.
The Responsible Person Questionnaire (Form 23) needs to be submitted by each of the Responsible Persons in your Gun Trust. Read this article for detailed directions on how it’s done.
ATF Rule 41F requires all Responsible Persons in your Gun Trust to submit a Responsible Person Questionnaire (Form 23). The Trust Shop ATF Form System make the process easy and includes detailed directions on “what to do next.”
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The National Firearms Act (NFA) was passed in 1934 as an effort to deter gangsters (like Al Capone) from killing everyone and committing other violent crimes.
The Gun Control Act (GCA) was passed in 1968 in response to the assassination of President Kennedy. The Act was designed to impose much stricter licensing and regulation of the firearms industry.
In 1986, Congress passed the Firearm Owners Protection Act (FOPA), making it easier for people to purchase guns and ammunition. And, it reduced the record keeping requirements for gun store owners.
The ATF, in addition to chasing “bad guys,” has “Rulemaking” authority. Rulemaking is synonymous with law making. You simply can’t imagine just how much power the ATF has
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