Gun Trusts? In Idaho, Who Needs Them?
Gun trusts are a very good idea for a few gun owners.
For most people who own firearms, they are not necessary.
Here’s the dividing line: People who own firearms that are subject to special federal registrations and restrictions, a gun trust is needed.
But most people who own weapons do not own any of those requiring such federal registration.
Here are the types of firearms & materials that the federal government controls:
- Sawed-off rifles and shotguns
- Full automatic weapons (multiple shots fired by a single trigger pull)
- Explosive devices and materials
That’s it. Everyone else can relax. No gun trust required.
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