Where Do You Send Your Gun Trust After it is Notarized?

Once your gun trust is notarized, signed and dated it is executed.  You will keep your original gun trust paperwork.  You would only need to send a copy of your gun trust to the ATF when you are applying for a tax stamp.  You won't need to send your gun trust to the ATF without a tax stamp application to be "pre-approved." 

Depending on the county and state that you reside in, you may want to have your gun trust recorded with your local county clerk's office too.  This is a common practice because the county clerk's office is responsible for maintaining public records, which includes gun trusts and trusts.

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