There are special estate planning provisons that must be made for the transfer of Federally restricted firearms that you own.  You can eliminate substantial federal compliance requirements through the use of a properly drafted “gun trust.”  To get more details on the purpose and use of a gun trust read this article from  Gun Collections Pose Special Estate Problems.

After reading the article, if you think you might need a gun trust, we can assist you in the preparation of a properly drafted gun trust.

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