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Regarding the benefits of so-called gun or NFA trusts:

In gun trust planning, it’s in some ways less important to know who owns an NFA firearm and more important to consider who has the right of possession. Access equals possession. A spouse or other family member with access to an NFA firearm registered solely to one family member could be considered in technical violation of the law.

 C. Dennis Brislawn, attorney

 

 

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