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Episode 5: How to Legally Get Suppressors and Class III Guns

How To Buy NFA Guns and Supressors

Today more than ever it is important to protect yourself legally. Estate law is something we all think about from time to time but rarely fully understand. Gun owners involved in legally justified shootings not only need to be concerned with criminal prosecution but also with civil litigation, so today we will be talking about how to protect yourself in the event you are sued by a criminal dead or alive. And we will also be discussing ways to legally obtain, protect, and transfer your family’s firearms through the use of trusts.

News Shared In This Episode

  • West Virginia Governor Veto is overridden by state house and permit-less carry is passed into law (WashingtonTimes)
    Arizona has a proposed bill that would give a tax credit to anyone with a concealed carry permit. (ABC Phoenix)
  • Justified – Woman Who Shot Man After Downtown Attack (WLKY.com)

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3 Responses to Episode 5: How to Legally Get Suppressors and Class III Guns

  1. Sam Saussage March 19, 2016 at 12:13 pm #

    When in doubt. WHIP IT OUT !!!!!

  2. Steve June 19, 2016 at 11:07 am #

    Ok, question here:
    In podcast 5 I heard that gun trusts, for the sake of naming individuals as benificiaries in the trust to be able to use title 2 weapons without a license, expired on 12/31/15. I understand it to expire on July 16 2016. Which is correct?? Thanks

    • Jacob Paulsen June 20, 2016 at 1:10 pm #

      The July date of this year is correct. The decision was made previously… perhaps in December or January but goes into effect in July.

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