Much has happened in the months since I wrote about how you can use a specialized gun trust to safely bequeath firearms to your heirs.
Between Connecticut and Christopher Dorner, the public debate surrounding gun control and the second amendment has truly ignited, and I for one am not stepping into that fire.
Instead, I’m just going to rake the coals.
On Monday, The New York Times ran an article about gun trusts that reviews an important loophole in traditional firearms legislation.
Essentially, you are not required by law to pass a background check, be fingerprinted, or generally be approved by law enforcement if you buy a gun through a trust.
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