NFA Firearm Trusts

Purchasing firearms regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA) is a lengthy process, but it does not have to be a complicated one. The use of a properly drafted NFA Trust can reduce your paperwork burden and allow you to share your new firearm with those you trust.

Robert has helped hundreds of clients establish a trust and acquire NFA firearms. He works closely with several South Carolina guns shops across the state and can help you through the purchase process and advise you on how to properly store, transport, and transfer the firearms. He is an avid shooter who enjoys introducing others to the pleasures of the shooting sports, and therefore his Trusts are priced to encourage shooters to join the ranks of responsible NFA owners.

If you are ready to purchase a suppressor, short barreled rifle, machine gun, or any other NFA firearm, Contact Robert and find out how a NFA Trust allows you to protect your privacy while simplifying the purchasing process.

Whatever you do, don’t get caught under gunned. . .
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Do you have a sizable collection? Consider a Firearm Collector Trust.

Is a Firearm Collector Trust for you? Not everyone needs or wants an extensive trust, but sometimes these can be very helpful for you and your family. To learn more about when such a trust is appropriate and what it can help you do, download the free white paper.

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