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Texas Gun Trust
With everything that is going on in the world around us, I thought it was time to start offering this service. The last thing anyone wants is to lose their firearms to the government. I offer an easy, cost-effective, step-by-step process for only $100. Get started with filling out an intake form.

A Texas Gun Trust Allows for the Purchase of the following National Firearms Acts (NFA) Firearms and Devices:

1. Short-Barreled Rifles;

2. Short-Barreled Shotguns;

3. Fully-Automatic Firearms (Pre-1986 Machine Guns);

4. Destructive Devices (Grenades, Rocket Launchers, etc.);

5. Suppressors (also known as silencers); and

6. Any other items that do not fit the above categories. 

And yes, you can list non-NFA firearms in your Trust.

What are the Advantages to Creating a Texas Gun Trust?

1. All the trustees listed in the Trust are not only co-owners of the items listed in the Trust, but are also authorized to possess and use those firearms and items.


For example, six friends want a suppressor. Without a Trust, each person would have to apply and pay the tax for that privilege ($200 tax stamp per item per year). Instead, to save money, the friends create a gun trust and now, instead of six applications and 6 suppressors, the Trust can buy one and only pay one tax. 

2. Upon the creator's death, the firearms and other items listed in the Trust can either be managed by the co-trustees or inherited by the listed beneficiaries outside of the probate process.

3. In the event the creator (Settlor) of the trust is deemed incompetent, the co-trustees can take possession of the items in the Trust. The items can then be sold or left in the Trust to pass to the listed beneficiaries once the Settlor dies.

4.  The ATF requires all individuals who wish to purchase a Title II (NFA) firearm to obtain the approval from their Chief Law Enforcement Officer (the "CLEO") as part of the application process. Unfortunately, many CLEOs are refusing to sign off on the application; however, the CLEO's signature is not necessary with a Trust.

5.  The Trust eliminates the need to obtain fingerprints or provide photographs during the application process. This saves time and money.

Your Texas Gun Trust is Drafted by a Licensed Texas Attorney

I will draft all the documents you will need and will also provide you with a set of instructions to help you make the Trust official. All this for only $100. So, when you are ready to move forward, send me an email at

A great place to start is to think about who you want to have as trustees and who will you list as beneficiaries. I'm always available to answer questions so do not hesitate to contact me. Once you are ready to proceed, here is an Intake Form.