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Posted: 11/19/2008 5:43:33 PM EDT
Just purchased three new lowers and parts kits. That will make a total of four, one for each of my boys. Assuming that a new AWB occurs, is there a way that I can put the guns, or any of my guns, in the kids names so that there will be no problems with them "inheriting" them later in life?

Thanks.
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 5:54:01 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/19/2008 5:55:20 PM EDT by ak4784]
Good question. However I don't think there is anyway they(the gov) could prove who's they were origonally without having some kind of regristration first. Which means they would probably want some kind of gun registration law passed.

ETA- sorry I'm not duke
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 5:54:41 PM EDT
I bet he's going to go with a Trust.
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 5:56:36 PM EDT
You bet I'm going with a trust or that Duke will recommend one?
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 6:05:03 PM EDT
I think that's what Duke will recommend. I have heard other people talk about how to ensure their children will get property.

I'm no Duke_Nukem so I would wait for his "smart" answer.

I would assume that you can also do essentially the same thing in your will.
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 6:19:16 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/19/2008 6:20:10 PM EDT by -Duke-Nukem-]
If we put our guns in trust accounts because of a ban on transfers to our own children, then we don't deserve to own those firearms. As I said in the other thread, the point at which armed resistance becomes a necessity is the point at which future resistance becomes impossible. If we're considering setting up trust accounts to "own" our guns in the event of a blanket transfer freeze, we really should just donate those guns to some people who have the balls to do what needs to be done with them at that point in time.

This may not be the lawyerly answer you were looking for, but in my opinion it IS the smart answer.
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 6:54:14 PM EDT
FTF transactions are perfectly legal. Why not just write each of them a bill of sale.
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 7:18:56 PM EDT
Originally Posted By -Duke-Nukem-:
If we put our guns in trust accounts because of a ban on transfers to our own children, then we don't deserve to own those firearms. As I said in the other thread, the point at which armed resistance becomes a necessity is the point at which future resistance becomes impossible. If we're considering setting up trust accounts to "own" our guns in the event of a blanket transfer freeze, we really should just donate those guns to some people who have the balls to do what needs to be done with them at that point in time.

This may not be the lawyerly answer you were looking for, but in my opinion it IS the smart answer.


+1
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 7:25:45 PM EDT
Originally Posted By -Duke-Nukem-:
If we put our guns in trust accounts because of a ban on transfers to our own children, then we don't deserve to own those firearms. As I said in the other thread, the point at which armed resistance becomes a necessity is the point at which future resistance becomes impossible. If we're considering setting up trust accounts to "own" our guns in the event of a blanket transfer freeze, we really should just donate those guns to some people who have the balls to do what needs to be done with them at that point in time.

This may not be the lawyerly answer you were looking for, but in my opinion it IS the smart answer.



Tell us how you really feel....
Link Posted: 11/19/2008 8:24:28 PM EDT
I believe what duke said also, but getting enough people with nuts in the country will be hard to do.
Link Posted: 11/20/2008 3:33:58 AM EDT
Before I read Duke's reply, I was wondering how a trust would protect guns in the event of a ban. Seemed kind of like a moot point to me. That would be like writing up a will so that your kids will end up with your house to protect it from an IRS tax seizure. Ain't gonna happen.... Wouldn't be worth the paper it's written on. Not a lawyer, just my $.02

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