posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 09:26 AM
reply to post by PhoenixOD
Anyone with a gun can in reality hand that gun to anyone else felon or not.
Just like anyone can drive a car. License or not.
If I set up a trust and add you as a trustee and you turn out to be a felon the moment you touch that NFA item we've committed federal offenses.
If I am of the type to do such a thing would I be dissuaded by you not passing a check? If the whole point is to circumvent the law why would I spend
thousands of dollars and wait a year or more to establish a trust just to hand a felon a gun?
Lord knows there are far cheaper and far easier ways to go about it.
So we just have to enact these orders to combat what occurs maybe once a year?
As it stands at least one person affiliated with the trust has to pass a check for the item to be transferred to the trust so what this loophole boils
down to is "straw" buying. Very inefficient and extremely expensive straw buying.
It's also worth noting that NFA items are federally registered. So not only would it be extremely expensive and inefficient it would also be a
guaranteed capture and imprisonment.
edit on 30-8-2013 by thisguyrighthere because: (no reason given)