NFA Firearms Trusts
The National Firearms Act (and its progeny) permit federal regulation of certain types of firearms, sometimes referred to as Class III or Title II firearms. These restrictions usually cover short-barreled rifles and shotguns, silencers, destructive devices, and machine guns. Residents of Nevada are legally permitted to own and possess these firearms provided they comply with federal regulations.
Among the various methods for owning and possessing NFA regulated firearms, a trust can be a simple and affordable method. A Nevada NFA gun trust is legally recognized by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (“BATFE”) as a valid method of NFA gun ownership. A trust can reduce the red tape associated with owning NFA firearms. Let The Bunker Law Group draft a NFA firearms trust for you.
Firearms Law for Business Owners
Starting or operating a gun store or other firearms related business involves greater regulation than a standard business. The federal government (and state/local government) makes it complicated and difficult to start and operate a firearms business. Compliance with the myriad of regulations is critical and failure to do so can lead to severe civil and even criminal penalties.
Whether you want to start up your own gun store, have a firearm related manufacturing business, or you are a private security contractor, having the right legal counsel can make the difference between success and failure. Our experience in small business creation and operation, intellectual property, and firearms law makes The Bunker Law Group the ideal solution for anyone with a firearms business or business idea. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you succeed.