One of the most common questions I get pertains to the use of regular or other so called gun trusts for the purchase of items restricted by the NFA.
The are many differences between a family, limited, or standard revocable trust and our NFA Firearms Trust. The biggest difference is that other types of revocable trusts are designed to protect your assets from the abuse of others and our trust is designed to allow for the abuse (the use) of the firearms. Our NFA firearms trust has be re-written from the ground up to protect your firearms and those who use them or are in possession of them.
In fact, you should not put non-firearms in the NFA trust and if you have a pour over will, you should change the will to direct that any firearms remaining in your estate go to your firearms trust and the remainder of the assets go to your traditional trust.
There are to many changes to go into in detail and one can only appreciate the changes when they are read with the concepts of preservation of the firearms and protection of your family and friends in mind.