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Need NFA Trust Advice
#1
I'm looking to set up an NFA trust pretty soon and I was wondering if anyone knows a good lawyer to go through and the approximate cost.

I'm currently in Jefferson County if that helps with recommendations.
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#2
why are you choosing trust vs LLC?
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#3
I have no idea. What's the difference?

I've always heard of it referred to as an "NFA Trust."
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#4
for the most part i think its just preferance, the people that i know that have NFA stuff have an LLC's. From what I understand in the long run they will cost the same...the trust all up front and the LLC 10-20 dollars a year
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#5
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BREAKING: ATF Guts NFA Trusts, Wants to Require CLEO Sign-off For Every Person Listed on Trust

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#7
I went through guntrustlawyers.com

they set me up with a local lawyer who I actually think is in Golden.

http://www.douglasturner.com/

kinda pricey, but I was happy with the level of service.

Understand though that under Colorado law, every member of the trust within the state of CO must go through a background check for each firearm added to the trust, and it is too late to assign your high capacity magazines to the trust.
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#8
Wonder if you can form an out of State trust and transfer ownership from an individual to the trust in another State?

I love thinking up this kinda crap. Too much fun.
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#10
A few local gun stores offer seminars on gun trusts. Here's two, there surely are others.

Centennial Gun Club Gun Trust seminar

Blucore Gun Trust seminar
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#11
from what I understand My trust that was set up in AZ will be respected in Co so i wont have to get another one...a trust should only cost max 120 if you get it from some one that does trusts if you have a lawyer already doing something else for you you may be able to have them draft it up for a bit cheaper
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