FAQs


What is the new regulation I keep hearing about?
What is 41F?
When does the new regulation (41F) go into effect?
Will everyone on my trust have to send in fingerprints, pictures, and notify their law enforcement officer?
Will the ATF approve a Gun Trust I purchase from you?
Are NFA Lawyers’ Trusts designed specifically for NFA weapons?

Are your Trusts any different than a form trust I can find on the Internet?
What should I name the Trust?

What are the requirements to be able to possess an NFA item?
Can I put my children that are under 21 years old in my Trust?
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Q: What is the new regulation I keep hearing about?
The new regulation is called 41F.

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Q: What is 41F?
41F is a new regulation that will require you to submit fingerprints, pictures, and a chief law enforcement notification for NFA applications. The notification will be simply sending a form to your local law enforcement by regular mail.

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Q: When does the new regulation (41F) go into effect?
41F goes into effect on July 13, 2016. Any NFA applications post marked or submitted online by July 12 are not subject to the 41F requirements.

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Q: Will everyone on my trust have to send in fingerprints, pictures, and notify their law enforcement officer?
If you follow the steps at the top of this page, only you as the creator of the trust must submit fingerprints, pictures, and notify law enforcement. Click here for instructions and a free trust update.

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Q: Will the ATF approve a Gun Trust I purchase from you?
We guarantee that the ATF will approve your Trust. Our Trust has been approved by the ATF hundreds of times and we stand by our Trusts.

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Q: Is NFA Lawyers’ Trust specifically designed for NFA weapons?
Yes. Our Gun Trusts are specifically drafted for NFA weapons and your gun collection. Our Trust has been approved by the ATF hundreds of times and we stand by our Trusts.

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Q: Are your Trusts any different than a form trust I can find on the Internet?

Our Trusts are completely different than any Trust you will find on the Internet. NFA Lawyers drafts Trusts specifically for NFA weapons and gun collections that provide the most protection for those items.

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Q: What should I name the Trust?

You can name your Trust anything you want. We generally suggest a short name, such as your initials, but that is completely up to you.

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Q: What are the requirements to be able to possess an NFA item?
In order to possess a NFA weapon you must be at least 18 years old and lawfully able to possess a firearm. It must also be legal to possess the NFA item in your state.

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Q: Can I put my children that are under 18 years old in my Trust?
Yes you may. However, your children will not be able to possess any NFA item until they are at least 18 years old and lawfully able to possess a firearm.