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With over 7,500 reviews of our NFA gun trust paperwork and other gun trust services we are the highest rated gun trust paperwork provider in the market. Our NFA gun trusts have helped tens of thousands of law-abiding citizens apply for and get approved tax stamps from the ATF. With our next level support, always available customer service, and the internet's highest rated gun trust paperwork we will be able to help you to get an approved tax stamp from the ATF too. Learn more about the Internet's favorite NFA gun trust today or read what our gun trust customers are saying about their gun trust experience.

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If I already have NFA items how hard is it to change it into a Trust???
Asked by Jason Parton (1 year ago)
You can simply use the ATF Form 4 to transfer the NFA firearms into your gun trust. But note that you will need to pay the $200 transfer tax for each NFA Firearm.
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Looking to set up a gun trust for family so that all of the members can purchase items and add them to the trust. Is this ok if we live in different states? and what would the procedure look like? Do we need items to add to the trust upon initiation or do we set up the trust first and then add items as we acquire them?
Asked by Timothy Burk (1 year ago)
You will need to establish your gun trust before you can apply for your tax stamps. If you have co-trustees in other states, they will need to notarize their respective page of the trust and mail it back to you. Each time the gun trust applies for a tax stamp, you will need the named co-trustees to mail you their fingerprint cards, passport photo and the ATF 5320.23 for your application, then you will be able to submit the application to the ATF.
Answered by (1 year ago)
I dont guess there is a service for double checking my efile form1 before I submit it?
Asked by Josh West (1 year ago)
Yes we have a service to review your eForm 1 paperwork before you apply - https://www.nationalguntrusts.com/products/atf-form-4-atf-form-1-and-5320-23-paperwork-consultation-services
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