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#6126764 - 01/09/16 06:48 AM NFA trust
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Registered: 02/15/13
Posts: 1007
Loc: Stratford Texas
I've tried to find good posts concerning getting a trust done but it's not really addressing my questions. I live in an area that it's like a 100 miles to see anyone about setting up a trust and actually touching a suppressor.
So the question is, is an online submission good? Are there one's that would be better then others? There is one place that sells suppressors and their online application is thru a 199Trust.com sight for $79.99. The other would be thru SilencerCo for $129.99 and that is the brand I think I want, a Specwar 762. Would it make any difference which one I use for a family trust. Also any input on the Specwar suppressor? I've been on the fence about getting this but if things get any crappier I want to get it done now so it would be grandfathered in when great chief crapsalot screws us anymore.
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#6126773 - 01/09/16 07:15 AM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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Registered: 08/18/12
Posts: 9397
Loc: Chambers County
Trusts are form documents. They just fill in the blanks with your info. Should all be the same. Bluesman or whatever will be along shortly to use the phrase shoe clerk or something to that effect.
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#6126777 - 01/09/16 07:21 AM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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Registered: 08/14/15
Posts: 506
Loc: Johnson County
I used Sean Cody - He's a gun trust lawyer out of Houston. It cost more, but he did everything over the phone, and sent me the finished trust in a pdf file. I was very happy with his services, and he answers every question you may have about a NFA Gun Trust.
He runs an add on Texas Gun Talk forum.

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#6126790 - 01/09/16 07:38 AM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
FUZZYHUNTER Offline
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Registered: 11/01/15
Posts: 153
Loc: Mckinney TX
Check on 68 forums. There is a spot that just talks about NFA trusts, silencers. I went with a specwar.

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#6126791 - 01/09/16 07:39 AM Re: NFA trust [Re: Txhillbilly]
bobsumner Offline
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Registered: 09/03/13
Posts: 182
Originally Posted By: Txhillbilly
I used Sean Cody - He's a gun trust lawyer out of Houston. It cost more, but he did everything over the phone, and sent me the finished trust in a pdf file. I was very happy with his services, and he answers every question you may have about a NFA Gun Trust.
He runs an add on Texas Gun Talk forum.


This right here. When dealing with 10yr/250K federal BS issues, I like a real attorney.

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#6126827 - 01/09/16 08:07 AM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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Registered: 03/28/11
Posts: 1372
Loc: Sachse, TX
I used 199 trusts I think. They had a special and I had the trust in my email in about 24 hours, only cost me 99$. Have used it more than 10 times with zero issues. No point in paying more for the exact same thing. Just my .02.

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#6126954 - 01/09/16 09:29 AM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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Registered: 12/01/08
Posts: 2153
Loc: Dallas, TX
I used 199trusts also, and have had no difficulties. The specwar is superb. I have a 7.62 and a 5.56 version.
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#6127175 - 01/09/16 12:18 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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Registered: 08/29/11
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#6127191 - 01/09/16 12:39 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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#6127211 - 01/09/16 01:01 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
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Registered: 03/09/11
Posts: 1749
Loc: Parker County
Any trust will work whether it's from a lawyer, a website, a computer program, or one you write yourself. The difference comes when you have questions or want to change something or possibly even have to defend it in court. On those websites, it states that lawyer consultation is not included.
Let's say I have a question about removing someone from a trust, I can just call up my lawyer and get an answer right away. I don't have to ask on a forum and get 10 different answers from a lawyer's shoebox. wink

As for the suppressor, the Specwar has been out for a while now. It's good but there are newer and possibly better ones available. If it has to be Silencerco, I'd look at the Omega. I have a Harvester which works great and came out before the Omega. If you want one that is great for accuracy, look at the Thunder Beast Ultra-9.
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#6127229 - 01/09/16 01:22 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
luv2brode Offline
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Registered: 09/23/06
Posts: 3651
Loc: austin area
used a guy here in Austin but did it all on line then took it to notary local
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#6127240 - 01/09/16 01:36 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
100%TEXAN Offline
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Registered: 03/15/10
Posts: 3512
Loc: Gilmer, TX
I've used the same template twice. Fill in the blanks, get it notorized, and submit to the dealer. It's easy.

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#6127494 - 01/09/16 05:00 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: 100%TEXAN]
TonyWornick Offline
Bird Dog

Registered: 10/29/13
Posts: 253
Loc: McKinney
Ok, newbie question. Is a trust required to buy a suppressor? Does it just make buying one an easier process?

Talk to me THF.

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#6127534 - 01/09/16 05:28 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: BassCat'99]
rogerh Online   content
Woodsman

Registered: 04/26/13
Posts: 210
Loc: central texas
I don't have any NFA items or a trust yet but what I understand is, if I do the trust then purchase a NFA item now and it is processed before the deadline I'm gtg without pics and prints for 24 months, after that pics and prints must be submitted as well as anyone on the the trust with me. What seems to me is you can buy all you want now [ if you can afford it ] but after that happens its a whole different story. Hopefully all this BS will be appealed.

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#6127811 - 01/09/16 08:08 PM Re: NFA trust [Re: 100%TEXAN]
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Registered: 12/05/06
Posts: 11054
Loc: Saginaw, Tx
Originally Posted By: 100%TEXAN
I've used the same template twice. Fill in the blanks, get it notorized, and submit to the dealer. It's easy.

Why would you have to do it twice? I just use the same trust and add or subtract items on the same trust.
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