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FAQs About Colorado NFA Trusts – Part III

I wanted to know about possibly moving to other states with your Colorado NFA trust / title II equipment. I understand that the Colorado NFA trust will not provide any legality in in terms of owning title II items if a state prohibits them, but say I move to a state that does allow title II. How difficult would it be to amend or file?

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Guns N’ Trusts

Prior to July 1, 2013, funding a Colorado revocable trust with Title I firearms was easy and uncomplicated. A generic bill of sale transferring all of the Trust Maker’s (i.e., Settlor’s) personal property transfers any currently owned, Title I firearms and accessories.

FAQs about Colorado Large Capacity Magazine Ban

Starting on July 1, 2013, selling, transferring or possessing a Large Capacity Magazine in Colorado is a class 2 misdemeanor in Colorado.

Do You Need A Rocky Mountain Gun Trust?

After heated debate, Colorado enacted two laws affecting all gun owners and any person in the presence of a firearm. The first law requires a background check anytime there is a transfer of possession of a firearm. The second law prohibits the sale, transfer or possession of ammunition magazines with a capacity of more than 15 rounds.