If you own any Title II weapons (Class III), also known as NFA (National Firearms Act) controlled firearms, you need a gun trust to protect both yourself and your family from any unintended, felonious violations of the law.

Know the Law

Individuals with Title II licenses may not loan, gift, or otherwise permit any person other than themselves to possess or use a Title II firearm which they are licensed to own. Such permission and use may constitute a federal felony. Failure to comply with laws regulating Title II firearms can result in conviction and a fine of up to $250,000 and 10 years in prison, confiscation of all firearms, and loss of the right to own firearms in the future.