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80% receivers and trusts

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Hi guys

 

 I understand that if I build an AK receiver (or an AR receiver for that matter), that it would be for personal use, I cannot sell it, and when I die, it is supposed to be destroyed, as they can't be transferred to another. My question is: if I were to have a trust (like an NFA trust), could the receiver be "made" by, and be the property of the trust? It's considered a legal "person, per se. Trusts don't die like people do. That way, a surviving trustee would still have access to the weapon.

 

 I'm not talking about making the reciever into an SBR on a form 1. I'm talking about having it as a title 1 semi auto rifle or pistol.

 

 Just curious if anyone knows.

 

Thanks

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As far as I know you can't intended to sell it when you build. And unless you live in a state that registers guns I wouldn't see any issue with someone inherenting it.

Edited by Ak Monty

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No intention of selling it. Just trying to see if there's a way to keep from having to have it destroyed if I die. Just wondering if it can be "made by" the Trust.

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No, it is legal to build a rifle and later sell it or transfer to heirs. You cannot build a bunch of rifles to sell - that would mean you were "in the business" without a license.

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I'd say as long as you live in a state where you don't have to register your guns your be ok. And if you do have register them just put a serial number on it for documenting purposes

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