Gun Control and Gun Trust Update

Mostly because of the partial government shutdown, the holiday hangover lasted a bit longer this year. But now that it is mid-January, things are coming back to life in Washington. The euphemistically-named “funding lapse” has had a bit of a ripple effect as well. Many other public and private entities took a little longer to […]

Gun Trusts in Light of the Latest Federal Court Restrictions on Gun Rights

The gradual erosion of firearms possession rights continued in recent decisions from two of the highest courts in the country. In Gould v. Morgan, the First Circuit Unanimously upheld Massachusetts’ extremely strict gun control law. This law restricts street possession to individuals who have a “good reason” to feel threatened. That usually means a specific […]

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Form 1 E-filing is Back!

After more than a two-year wait, the ATF has finally restored the use of the Form 1 for electronic submission.This development has raised the hopes of all manufacturing enthusiasts that some much-needed efficiency will start to improve processing times for tax stamps. It has been a long slog for the last two years, with wait […]