I have a corporation but decided to go the trust route for my class III toys. the drawbacks to a corp. owning them are if you decide to sell the business, you have to go thru another transfer and another $200. tax stamp for each weapon and there are yearly fees to pay to keep a corp. active. with a trust there are no more costs once it is set up. you can put who ever you want to inheriet or play with your toys as co trustees. years ago I went the CLEO sign off route, what a pain that was. ever try to get a politician to sign his name on anything contraversial? add that to an anti gun sentiment and you have a long wait and a lot of runaround to endure. in my opinion, the trust is the way to go. I paid a lawyer that specialises in NFA trusts because I heard stories of Quicken, Legal Zoom etc. trusts causing problems with the BATF because they were not worded correctly.
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