If you have been researching how to set up an NFA gun trust, there’s a good chance that you have heard about ATF Form 4. However, you may still be a bit confused as to why exactly ATF Form 4 is used. But fear not, we’re going to shed some light on the matter so
Suppressors are just cool. Face it. There is nothing like pulling up at your local range, sending a few rounds down range with a 9mm suppressor on your pistol or carbine, and watching everyone’s eyes trying to see what you are shooting. Sometimes it is fun to be the center of attention. But suppressors do
It’s no secret among gun owners that it takes some tedious waiting time to get back your approval on background checks. NFA wait times from the ATF continue to be a source of contention for some folks. Be that as it may, it’s a necessary part of the normal procedure for getting approved to buy
If you’re planning on using ATF Form 1, you’re going to need to know how it works and what it’s intended for. We’re going to make it easy for you by walking you through the application process and explaining the purpose of the form. For example, let’s say you’ve got an existing AR lower receiver
If you’re new to the National Firearms Act (NFA), it’s likely because you are looking to purchase some NFA arms. You have likely been scratching your head trying to figure out what it all means. Most newcomers are confused with this law, so don’t feel bad if you’re having a hard time wrapping your head
Are you interested in finding out how to set up a NFA trust? It’s easier than you think and actually rather simple. To ensure that you know how to set up a NFA trust and everything that it entails, we’re going to walk you through the process and cover everything you need to know. With
Good old ATF Form 23. For many people, even those who have ample experience with ATF paperwork, this form is a confusing exercise in red tape. In fact, it can be downright frustrating. However, it doesn’t have to be. That’s where we come in. We are going to walk you through the process of filling
Are you a gun owner who wants to suppress more than one type of weapon? If so, figuring out the best multi caliber suppressor will be an ideal thing for you to do! If you have a growing collection of guns, you may want to invest in a multi caliber suppressor, but which ones are
The RPD machine gun has a rich and interesting backstory. Many people are aware of the weaponry introduced in the Vietnam War, however, very few of these weapons ultimately wound up to be classics. The RPD is one of those few. Both the United States and S. Vietnamese soldiers relied heavily on the M16 assault
When ATF Rule 41F was created, it kicked off a whirlwind of controversy. Why? Because it completely changed the way that NFA applications are handled and processed. Not only did it add new forms to the application process, but it applied new definitions, as well. New Terms, New Rules These included both “person” and “Responsible
Are you considering investing in a hybrid suppressor? You should first get caught up on ATF Rule 41F, as you’ll need to know what to expect when you submit your application for your National Firearms Act (NFA) item; in this case, a hybrid suppressor. Any time you wish to legally transfer a hybrid suppressor to
First off, I have to admit I was highly skeptical about the Po’ Boy Suppressor, since it costs less than the NFA Tax Stamp it requires. I know from experience how much it costs to build a decent suppressor. There is one suppressor in my safe that I built on a Form 1 from scratch
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Disclaimer: At Gun Trust NFA, we help you create a Trust that is meant to adhere to the National Firearms Act (NFA) and its additions. We are not lawyers, but our packages have been vetted. We are selling legal forms and will be happy to assist with any questions you have through the ATF process. We cannot provide legal assistance or advice in any capacity, so if you need this, please look for an Attorney in your county of residence. Additionally, while our Trust package will almost certainly work anywhere in the United States, we recommend checking your specific state for any local rules, regulations, or restrictions. If you have any questions, please contact us for more information.