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    Moving Out of State w NFA Trust

    I am in the job market again and it looks like there may be a couple of offers on the table that will require a move out-of-state.

    Assuming NFA items are legal in the new location and ownable by a trust - do I need to do anything other than file the correct form (5320)?

    Do I need to refile the trust in the new state?

    Obviously, I'll need to talk to a lawyer, but just thought I'd see what others have done.

    Also - for states like Illinois that do not allow trust ownership - I assume I'm looking at needing to transfer the item from the trust to myself, paying the $200 tax?
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    If you disolve the trust, and open a new one in another state, can you form 5 it?
    Question for a lawer, for the OP - not myself.

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    Stay out of Illinois if at all possible. I have lived here far too long. The state is bankrupt. Taxes keep climbing.

    SBRs have recently become legal. Cans are not.

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    Yeah... Spent 10 years in Chicago already. I was mostly using that for reference - I know they allow SBRs for individuals but not trusts and then only if you have a C&R or are part of a reenactment group... or at least that was the case a couple years ago when I was helping one of my buddies who is still there work through his SBR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainDooley View Post
    Yeah... Spent 10 years in Chicago already. I was mostly using that for reference - I know they allow SBRs for individuals but not trusts and then only if you have a C&R or are part of a reenactment group... or at least that was the case a couple years ago when I was helping one of my buddies who is still there work through his SBR.
    You are correct. You have to get a C&R license first. Illinois is an odd place. Stay away

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    Can't form 5.

    So IL doesn't allow a trust to own an NFA weapon?

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