How to Transfer Your Single Shot Trust NFA Firearms to an Unlimited Gun Trust

The Single Shot NFA Gun Trust is a way to create a gun trust for one specific NFA firearm. Over time you may find the need to move the NFA firearms from your Single Shot NFA Gun Trusts to a gun trust that can hold all of your NFA firearms. This can help you reduce paperwork over time and might help you consolidate your firearm collection into one gun trust. To transfer a NFA firearm from a Single Shot NFA Gun Trust to an unlimited gun trust like the gun trusts that we offer, a different gun trust, or to yourself as an individual you can do so by using the ATF Form 4. The paperwork required for the ATF Form 4 transfer can vary depending on if you are applying to transfer the NFA firearms from your Single Shot NFA Gun Trust to a gun trust or to yourself as an individual. We have detailed ATF Form 4 walk-through guides that can help with the ATF Form 4 transfer and paperwork. The transfer wait time from a Single Shot NFA Gun Trust to yourself or another gun trust that you own, will take the 5 to 11 months much like other ATF Form 4 transfers and would incur the $200 tax to transfer the NFA firearm. You can further learn more about the ATF Form 4 transfer times here. If you are transferring the NFA firearms from your Single Shot NFA Gun Trust to yourself or another gun trust that you own, you can still use the NFA firearms during this time. You won't need to involve an FFL to transfer the NFA firearms from your Single Shot NFA Gun Trust to yourself or another gun trust that you own.

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