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Posted: 10/25/2013 7:57:30 AM EST
for whatever reason, I can't get search to work. I know there have been a lot of threads about TX NFA trusts. Does anyone have links to some of them or a sticky, or some reliable source of information?

thanks,
bg74
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 8:19:10 AM EST
What type of info are you looking for? Lawyers that create the trusts or info about doing your own or what?
Link Posted: 10/26/2013 9:19:43 AM EST
bigcbass does them DFW area (Christopher Bass)

and Sean Cody Houston area
Link Posted: 10/26/2013 11:12:58 AM EST
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bigcbass does them DFW area (Christopher Bass)

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Just got mine from Chris Bass, he was fast and easy to work with A+++ in my book.
Link Posted: 10/26/2013 4:05:40 PM EST
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Just got mine from Chris Bass, he was fast and easy to work with A+++ in my book.
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Originally Posted By RumbleTruck:
bigcbass does them DFW area (Christopher Bass)

and Sean Cody Houston area




Just got mine from Chris Bass, he was fast and easy to work with A+++ in my book.


+1 for Chris Bass.
Link Posted: 10/26/2013 5:35:31 PM EST
Fyi the law is going to require finger prints and a leo sign off at the first of the year.
Link Posted: 10/26/2013 7:48:23 PM EST
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Just got mine from Chris Bass, he was fast and easy to work with A+++ in my book.
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Originally Posted By RumbleTruck:
bigcbass does them DFW area (Christopher Bass)

and Sean Cody Houston area




Just got mine from Chris Bass, he was fast and easy to work with A+++ in my book.



Same for me as well....except it was about a year ago I did mine!
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 11:56:34 AM EST
I did 275guntrust. I DO NOT recommend them. I need to add people to the trust, and they won't call me back. If any trust guys on here don't mind adding 2 names to a trust and not charging an arm and a leg, PM me.
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:26:07 PM EST
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So, do we know what that means? If we send in paperwork to SBR something before the end of the year, while it's being processed and crosses into 2014, will that application require the fingerprints & CLEO signature before approval?
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 1:28:38 PM EST
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So, do we know what that means? If we send in paperwork to SBR something before the end of the year, while it's being processed and crosses into 2014, will that application require the fingerprints & CLEO signature before approval?
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Originally Posted By ARsR4ME:
Fyi the law is going to require finger prints and a leo sign off at the first of the year.


So, do we know what that means? If we send in paperwork to SBR something before the end of the year, while it's being processed and crosses into 2014, will that application require the fingerprints & CLEO signature before approval?



Thats what I am worried about. I have one pending now.
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 2:34:39 PM EST
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So, do we know what that means? If we send in paperwork to SBR something before the end of the year, while it's being processed and crosses into 2014, will that application require the fingerprints & CLEO signature before approval?
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Originally Posted By texasvwnut:
Originally Posted By ARsR4ME:
Fyi the law is going to require finger prints and a leo sign off at the first of the year.


So, do we know what that means? If we send in paperwork to SBR something before the end of the year, while it's being processed and crosses into 2014, will that application require the fingerprints & CLEO signature before approval?


I don't think anyone other than the ATF knows an answer to that question and if they do, they aren't going to tell anyone until the new rules get approved. You can check out the NFA forums under the Armory tab here, but just lots of speculation for now about paperwork on hand being grandfathered or not.
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 6:21:41 PM EST
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I am recommending that all my clients get their applications in asap. Although no one can say with absolute certainly, most believe pending applications will be grandfathered.

Email me if you are interested in getting one started. I charge AR15 members a flat fee of $300.

Chris
christopherbass01@gmail.com
Link Posted: 10/27/2013 6:47:01 PM EST
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I am recommending that all my clients get their applications in asap. Although no one can say with absolute certainly, most believe pending applications will be grandfathered.

Email me if you are interested in getting one started. I charge AR15 members a flat fee of $300.

Chris
christopherbass01@gmail.com
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Dang it, don't talk me into a suppressor for my last SBR I bought!
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 3:34:17 AM EST
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Originally Posted By tex7488:
I did 275guntrust. I DO NOT recommend them. I need to add people to the trust, and they won't call me back. If any trust guys on here don't mind adding 2 names to a trust and not charging an arm and a leg, PM me.
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What's the big deal? Just type in the 2 new names and have the new version notarized.
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 3:39:08 AM EST
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What's the big deal? Just type in the 2 new names and have the new version notarized.
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Originally Posted By tex7488:
I did 275guntrust. I DO NOT recommend them. I need to add people to the trust, and they won't call me back. If any trust guys on here don't mind adding 2 names to a trust and not charging an arm and a leg, PM me.


What's the big deal? Just type in the 2 new names and have the new version notarized.


If it is that easy I probably will.
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 9:42:00 AM EST
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If it is that easy I probably will.
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Originally Posted By WIDeerHunter:
Originally Posted By tex7488:
I did 275guntrust. I DO NOT recommend them. I need to add people to the trust, and they won't call me back. If any trust guys on here don't mind adding 2 names to a trust and not charging an arm and a leg, PM me.


What's the big deal? Just type in the 2 new names and have the new version notarized.


If it is that easy I probably will.


It is my understanding you are the grantor and you run the trust as you see fit.
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