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August 12, 2013

Obama reported to sign UN Gun Treaty while Congress is on Vacation

Obama reported to sign UN Gun Treaty while Congress is on Vacation:

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Jay Carney said Obama will sign the UN Arms Trade Treaty "before the end of August...We believe it's in the interest of the United States."

I have previously written on how the UN Arms Treaty can prohibit the future transfer of firearms for citizens of the United States. For the Treaty to become effective it must be ratified by the U.S. Senate. This requires 67 votes. You should contact your Senator and let them know you do not want them to approve the UN Arms Trade Treaty also known as the UN Gun Treaty.

To read more about the UN Gun Treat follow this link and for more commentary on the treaty follow this link

While the UN Gun Treaty could prohibit future transfers of firearms, a Multi Generational Gun Trust could protect your firearms for future generations by not subjecting the firearms to restrictions on the transfer of firearms to future generations. If you or your family has a firearms collection you would like to protect, contact us to find out more about our Advanced and Professional Gun Trusts.

February 22, 2013

ArmsGuard™ Protector- The Ultimate in Protection for Your Firearms

Many people are concerned about the ability to change the terms of their trust after they die or the Trust it becomes irrevocable. Our Professional Gun Trust no comes with an ArmsGuard™ Protector that allows for the terms of you trust to change if laws change in the future.

This means that if the local, state, or federal government changes a law dealing with firearms and your rights, your trust can be changed to deal with the changes even if the change is 300 years from now. If you have firearms and it is important to preserve them for future generations and keep creditors from being able to reach the firearms you should Contact Us to create a Gun Trust with the ArmsGuard™ Protector.

Remember it is important to have your firearms and magazines transferred to your Gun Trust before laws change. The ArmsGuard™ Protector can only work for items within the Gun Trust. Many states and the federal government now have bills before congress seeking to restrict our gun rights and the ability for future transfers. If these bills become laws, like recently happened in NY, you may not have the ability to buy, sell, or give firearms to your spouse or children. Some states have already passed laws which restrict the transfer of certain items so it is important to speak with a Gun Trust Lawyer® in your state.