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    Does anyone know if a Navy JAG would help with a Revocable Trust? Could I get a C&R license with a RLT?

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    Could I get a C&R license with a RLT?
    If you mean just to get a C&R, no you don't need an RLT for that. Just fill out the form(s), send a copy to your local LEO, a copy to the ATF, and wait.
    Now if you want all the stuff you bought with the C&R put on an RLT so it's left to a certain person or people, you could do that.
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    I've read that I just need to fill out the paperwork and send a copy to the cleo along with the ATF. I was wondering that if I do it through a trust, would I still need to deal with the cleo at all? I'm still not sure I'm even going to get the C&R, just wanted to have one so I could buy a K98 off the internet if I came across the right deal. I plan on putting together a WW2 rifle collection. Nothing too out there like mp40, stg44, or firearms similar. Mainly bolt action general issued rifles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STGUSN View Post
    I've read that I just need to fill out the paperwork and send a copy to the cleo along with the ATF. I was wondering that if I do it through a trust, would I still need to deal with the cleo at all? I'm still not sure I'm even going to get the C&R, just wanted to have one so I could buy a K98 off the internet if I came across the right deal. I plan on putting together a WW2 rifle collection. Nothing too out there like mp40, stg44, or firearms similar. Mainly bolt action general issued rifles.

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    I was wondering that if I do it through a trust, would I still need to deal with the cleo at all?
    You don't need to "go through" your local LEO, you just need to send them a copy of your C&R application to let them know your filing for it.
    When I did mine I included a letter that read something like - "Per ATF laws I'm notifying you that I'm filing for a C&R FFL license", that's all you have to do with your local law enforcement.





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    The trust is great for automatic weapons and silencers as it bypasses the local LEO, but I don't think I would get it for anything you could buy with a C&R. Unless of course, those things included automatic weapons. Many Sheriffs won't sign off on class 3 items so the trust is a way you can avoid telling the locals. I like it because of that fact. Not that my sheriff wouldn't sign off on them, but this way I don't worry about it or have to let him in the loop.

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    You are better off getting a gun trust in stead of the revocable trust. It offers you more protection for class 3 items. DO your homework and find a reputable lawyer that is familiar with them. It should not run you more then a couple hundred bucks and it is worth the piece of mind. I sure as hell would not trust JAG!

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