Are Gun Trusts Required to be Printed Two-Sided When Applying for an ATF Form 1/4/5 Application?

When you are creating the copy of your gun trust to be included with your ATF Form 1, ATF Form 4, or ATF Form 5 tax stamp application, you can print your gun trust one-sided or two-sided.  The ATF doesn't require either printing method and both ways of printing a copy of your gun trust will be accepted by the ATF.

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