We have two nieces and a nephew.
They will probably wind up with one heck of a collection of stuff.
Unless the state winds up with confiscatory estate taxation/asset forfeiture between now and when we croax (is possible).
Brother gets any money, best friend gets the car and guns. Anyone who wears a size 13 can have some of my Air Jordan collection.
If I go soon there are going to be some people that will be better off. They will get a house that has payments still but will have the money to pay it off in full. They will have a gun safe full of guns with no combination. Two cars, two bikes, and one truck. IT will be their problem then.
What happens to a machine gun in an estate -my SO isn't going to shoot it...
My nephews are big gun hobbyists...
Civil War books - National Park Service
Rights to first book - split between NMLRA and Civil War Battlefield Preservation Trust
WW II books - one friend
Black powder era books - NMLRA
Left plans to have everything sold. Nothing left to my family. Some of the money will be used to bury me and the rest given to the Children's Hospital.
Will it to the NRA ILA.
My will is done and my youngest brother gets everything.
My nephew likes to keep tack of what he likes so he can try Nd claim it from his dad.
He's asked me a couple times how long I think I'll live.
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