NFA Firearms can't be transferred privately from state to state. A SOT dealer has to be involved with that transfer whether the transfer is indivi...
The ATF Form 1, ATF Form 4 and the ATF Form 5 require you to submit physical passport photos into the ATF with your ATF Application for each respo...
Before you submit your ATF Form 1, ATF Form 4, ATF Form 5, ATF 5320.23 you should always review your form to ensure that there are no errors in you...
When do you need to assign and transfer your NFA firearms into your gun trust? The answer to this question depends on which ATF Form you are using...
Only a few states require that the settlor of the gun trust register their gun trust with the local court house. However, there are no legal consequences or penalties if you choose not to register your gun trust with the local court house.
When applying for your Form 1 tax stamp you have a few options available to you. You can file using the ATF’s eForm website or you can use the ATF...
The ATF no longer allows for the use of Multical or Multi for the caliber of your NFA firearms. This directly effects that caliber that is used on your ATF application paperwork. This can also effect which caliber is required to be engraved on your ATF Form 1 NFA firearms.
If you have lost your original gun trust paperwork you have a few options below.
- Notarize, sign and date a copy of your original gun trust paperwork
- Contact the original attorney or company that created you gun trust paperwork
- Contact your co-trustees from your gun trust (if any)
- Contact the successor trustee/beneficiaries from your gun trust
- Restate your gun trust paperwork
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