An NFA Trust is the best method for registering for certain types of weapons called NFA Title II Firearms (sometimes incorrectly referred to as Class III) with the ATF. It streamlines the process of registering these weapons, allows multiple people to handle them, and makes for an orderly transition of ownership of the guns after death. 

With an NFA Trust there are:

NO worries of accidental felony possession

NO photographs or fingerprints for non-responsible members

NO Chief Law Enforcement Officer signature

Benefits of using an NFA Trust instead of filing individually:

  • Instead of only the individual registering for the NFA firearm, multiple people can have possession of the items in the trust
  • A clear line of inheritance after you die
  • A simple process to submit your applications for the tax stamps of the NFA Title II firearms

You have 2 options when creating your trust:

Option 1: Basic NFA Trust

Coyote Rifleworks is not a law firm and cannot give legal advice. However, you can use our easy Do-It-Yourself option through the form on our website and have your NFA Trust in less than 24 hours. This option is for those who are knowledgable about NFA Trusts, what they are, how they work, and what they are used for. If you have this knowledge and understand NFA Trusts, you can save hundreds of dollars by buying your NFA Trust from Coyote Rifleworks.

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Option 2: Premium NFA Trust

This option is for those who are unfamiliar with NFA Trusts and do not understand what they are, how they work, and what they are used for, or for those who would like custom options and access to a licensed Texas attorney for legal questions. Coyote Rifleworks has an attorney on staff who will be able to answer your questions, provide advice, and help modify your trust to suit your individual needs. In a continuing effort to make sure more people have access to exercising their 2nd Amendment right without over spending, the Premium NFA Trust will still save you hundreds up to thousands of dollars over the cost of the average attorney drafted NFA Trust.

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