Apr
18

Estate Planning with a NFA Gun Trust at the April 16th & 17th C&E Show in Concord, North Carolina!

NC Gun TrustCome to the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord, North Carolina on April 23rd and 24th, this weekend. James B. Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust look forward to seeing you there to answer all of your North Carolina NFA Gun Trust, Expungment, Permitting and Castle Doctrine questions.

In January, DOJ Attorney General Loretta Lynch signed ATF 41F. The rule will significantly impact how your NFA Gun Trust will function. The new changes will significantly alter the way that individual members of NFA gun trusts operate with regard to possessing NFA items. Come to the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord on April 23rd and 24th, this weekend. North Carolina Gun Trust will be there to answer all your 2nd Amendment questions. Show info and admission coupon: https://www.cegunshows.com/concord--nc.html

Apr
14

2nd Amendment Estate Planning Q&A at the April 16th & 17th Salisbury Show!

NC Gun TrustCome to the West End Plaza in Salisbury, North Carolina on April 16th and 17th, this weekend. James B. Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust look forward to seeing you there to answer all of your North Carolina NFA Gun Trust, Expungment, Permitting and Castle Doctrine questions.

On January 4, 2016 Attorney General Loretta Lynch signed ATF 41F. The rule will significantly impact how your NFA Gun Trust will function. The new changes will significantly alter the way that individual members of NFA gun trusts operate with regard to possessing NFA items. Come to the West End Plaza in Salisbury on April 16th and 17th, this weekend. North Carolina Gun Trust will be there to answer your 2nd Amendment questions.

Apr
14

NFA Trust Q&A at the April 16th & 17th C&E Charlotte Show!

NC NFA Gun TrustCome to the Metrolina Expo Center & Fairgrounds on April 16th and 17th this weekend. James B. Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust look forward to seeing you there to answer all of your North Carolina NFA Gun Trust, Expungment, Permitting and Castle Doctrine questions.

On January 4, 2016 Attorney General Loretta Lynch signed ATF 41F. The rule will significantly impact how your NFA Gun Trust will function. The new changes will significantly alter the way that individual members of NFA gun trusts operate with regard to possessing NFA items. Come to the Metrolina Expo Center & Fairgrounds on April 16th and 17th this weekend. North Carolina Gun Trust will be there, in Charlotte, to answer your 2nd Amendment questions.

Apr
4

NFA Trust Planning & Advice at the Charlotte Dixie Show Classic - April 9th & 10th!

James Barrett Wilson of North Carolina Gun Trust will be at the Charlotte Dixie Show Classic on April 9th and 10th. The show will take place at 2500 E Independence Bvld., Charlotte, NC , at the (Park Expo and Conference Center) Liberty Hall. Got questions about NFA Gun Trusts, Castle Doctrine, Expungements, Permitting, Self-Defense and Gun Rights? Bring them and ask North Carolina's premier NFA gun trust and 2nd Amendment rights attorney.

Mar
24

ATF 41F Changes Are Effective July 13th. Many Are Submitting Their Applications Now.

Clients are obtaining NFA Trusts now and submitting their applications to the ATF before the new ATF 41F changes go into effect on July 13th. The new changes will significantly alter the way that individual members of NFA gun trusts operate with regard to possessing NFA items. Specifically, ATF Rule 41F rule will impact the use of trusts in the acquisition and sharing of NFA weapons.

Mar
21

Find Out About NFA Trust Estate Planning in Fayetteville NC at the Crown Expo Center - April 2nd & 3rd!

North Carolina Gun TrustNorth Carolina Gun Trust will be in Fayetteville, NC on April 2nd and 3rd, to answer any NFA Gun Trust, Expungement, Permitting, Self-Defense or Castle Doctrine and Gun Rights questions. The show is from 9am-5pm Saturday and 10am-5pm Sunday, located at the Crown Expo Center, 1960 Coliseum Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28306. This is always a well-attended show and one of the favorites for the attorney network of North Carolina Gun Trust.

A gun trust from North Carolina Gun Trust can also be a very smart estate planning tool which can be customized to include: Multiple Trusts, Advanced Estate Planning, Generational Control, Generational Protection, Create Trust Shares, NFA & Non-NFA Items. Talk to James Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust about the drafting and implementation of a your North Carolina gun trust. Why not do it right? We will be in Fayetteville to answer your questions and concerns.

Mar
18

Twelve Things to Do to Protect Your Investment Before Obama’s Gun Control Kicks In

In January, President Obama announced executive actions take that will limit the buying and selling of guns for most Americans who actually don’t like to take losses on investments.

The action takes aim at the so-called “gun show loophole” but in reality it targets individuals who are looking to sell used firearms.

Currently, only ten states require individuals to conduct background checks on buyers for any purchase and another six require background checks specifically on handgun (not rifle) sales.

Mar
17

March 19th & 20th Self-Defense, Castle Doctrine and Gun Rights Issue Q & A at the Hickory Metro Convention Center!

James Barrett Wilson of North Carolina Gun Trust will be at the Hickory, NC Gun Show on March 19th and 20th at the Hickory Metro Convention Center. Bring your questions and get answers to questions about any NFA Gun Trust, Expungement, Permitting, Self-Defense, Castle Doctrine or general Gun Rights issues.

President Obama has proclaimed executive orders on gun control. Are you ready for what may be changing or impacting gun owners based on these new dictates? Is your NFA Gun Trust still valid or will it need updating or proofreading? Are you now less safe with your DIY or one-size-fits-all NFA form trust? What are major impacts for the average American gun owner and will you be affected?

Mar
16

SCOTUS Nominee Merrick Garland Will Uphold Executive Actions That Violate the Rights of Gun Owners

As the White House prepares to choose a nominee for the Supreme Court, they are continuing to suggest that they might nominate a supposed “moderate.” But Garland has a long record, and, among other things, it leads to the conclusion that he would vote to reverse one of Justice Scalia’s most important opinions, D.C. vs. Heller, which affirmed that the Second Amendment confers an individual right to keep and bear arms.
 
Back in 2007, Judge Garland voted to undo a D.C. Circuit court decision striking down one of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation. The liberal District of Columbia government had passed a ban on individual handgun possession, which even prohibited guns kept in one’s own house for self-defense. A three-judge panel struck down the ban, but Judge Garland wanted to reconsider that ruling. He voted with Judge David Tatel, one of the most liberal judges on that court. As Dave Kopel observed at the time, the “[t]he Tatel and Garland votes were no surprise, since they had earlier signaled their strong hostility to gun owner rights” in a previous case. Had Garland and Tatel won that vote, there’s a good chance that the Supreme Court wouldn’t have had a chance to protect the individual right to bear arms for several more years. Moreover, in the case mentioned earlier, Garland voted with Tatel to uphold an illegal Clinton-era regulation that created an improvised gun registration requirement.
Mar
11

Grass Roots North Carolina Voter Advisory for March 15th: Buck Newton for Attorney General & Andy Stevens for Agriculture Commissioner

Gun Rights Supporters:
In the March 15 primaries, everyone pays attention to races for Governor, Congress, and US Senate. But two important statewide races might not be on your radar: NC Attorney General and NC Commissioner of Agriculture. 

 

 

Your North Carolina Gun Trust: What You May Not Know and Why Getting it Done Right is Absolutely Crucial!

Saving a Few Bucks Can Cost a Fortune - Do-It-Yourself or DIY gun trusts, copying a trust agreement or discount NFA trusts may put yourself and loved ones in enormous jeopardy. In a worst case scenario, you could be arrested and charged with illegal possession of Title II firearms. Defects in bargain NFA trusts can also be costly- fines up to $250,000 per violation and imprisonment up to 10 years. Last but not least, you become a felon and suffer forfeiture of all your firearms. Why chance it? A highly experienced and specialized North Carolina NFA Trust attorney is imperative.
CLEO Sign Off Not Required – The ATF requirement that individuals obtain the signature of the Chief Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) of the city in which you live, on Form 4, Machine gun/suppressor transfer documents, does not apply to gun trusts. No CLEO signature is required on ATF Form 4 transfers to a gun trust. Many Police Chiefs and Sheriffs (CLEOs) now refuse to sign. ATF Form 4 transfer forms making acquisition of Title II items difficult. The use of a gun trust to acquire Title II items solves this problem..
No Fingerprint Cards Required – The ATF requirement that an individual supply two sets of fingerprint cards with every Form 4 transfer does not apply to transfers to a gun trust.
No Photographs Required – The ATF requirement that an individual supply two photographs with every Form 4 transfer does not apply to transfers to a gun trust.
Continuity, Breadth and Mutuality of Possession – A properly drafted gun trust can allow various persons to possess and use NFA Title II firearms owned by the trust. Several trustees with authority to possess the trust’s NFA Title II weapons can be designated. ATF regulations for individuals limit the possession of NFA Title II firearms to the registered owner only. Gun trusts can be drafted to allow various persons to use the trust’s NFA firearms over the years without the need to transfer them upon the death or incapacity of a trustee or beneficiary of the trust. Family members or friends can be designated as authorized “users” of trust Title II firearms. Nevertheless, when the trust terminates, its property must be distributed to the beneficiaries and a transfer tax paid on each NFA item.
Confidentiality – When a gun trust purchases a Title II firearm, it must submit a copy of the trust to the ATF with the Form 4. The NFA gun trust is otherwise confidential. It is not filed of record and, other than NFA firearms purchased by the trust which must be registered with the ATF, its assets are confidential and need not be disclosed.
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