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Thread: Smallish suppressor for .22lr and / or .25 acp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid Post View Post
    An Individual form 4 is fine if you never want to 'share' your can and have no family that might want to use it without you present. A trust would allow you to add trustees that could legally be in possession of your NFA without you being present.

    My friend went this route since he has three children and added them when they turned 18. In retrospect, I sort of wish I went this route myself so he could use a couple of my items without me babysitting him. Those feral hogs need all the NFA love they can get!
    At least the wife should be able to keep it so I probably should go the Trust route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    At least the wife should be able to keep it so I probably should go the Trust route.
    Having it in the house is not an issue. Her using it without you around would be. Unless she or someone else is really going to use your NFA items when you're not around, a trust isn't worth the hassle. BTW, NFA items transfer to family tax free when the owner dies, so don't worry about that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    I want visible sights at the very least.

    Might be a case of "get both", though. (Compact suppressed pistol and full-size optic-equipped pistol)
    The S&W MP 22lr version has good sights, at least good enough for me and my glasses!

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    RE: Trust:

    Oh, I meant for when my body is dead ☠. ☸

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid Post View Post
    The S&W MP 22lr version has good sights, at least good enough for me and my glasses!
    A buddy has one, works really well so far. Shoots good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    RE: Trust:

    Oh, I meant for when my body is dead ☠. ☸

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    When the Form 4 individual dies, it transfers to whoever you designate tax-free on a form 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    A buddy has one, works really well so far. Shoots good.
    Mine works well on possums that aren't where they should be with subsonics.

    The size is handy, much better for me personally than something like those baby Beretta tip-barrel 22lr's. Some day I may give the large (medium frame?) Beretta a whirl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid Post View Post
    When the Form 4 individual dies, it transfers to whoever you designate tax-free on a form 5.
    I didn't know that, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    I didn't know that, thanks.
    Same goes for a Form 1 individual.

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