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Old 10-08-2012, 8:58 PM
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Originally Posted by steel View Post
Would it be possible to transfer all your firearms into a trust prior to 1/1/14, name your children as beneficiaries, and, in so doing, circumvent the intra-familial transfer fee? Also, since a trust is deemed to be an entity, would you have to pay a private party transfer fee when you transfer your firearms into the trust?
This is the question I have posed on my thread about Handguns showing up in AFS on routine traffic stops etc. http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...80#post9479880

It seems that if someone established an NFA trust and put you in it, then went ahead and DROS'd a pistol (or in this case any gun after Jan. 2014) you wouldn't be in the California registry but still a legal owner of a registered pistol in California.
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