Who can shoot my SBR?

Discussion in 'GATE NFA/Class III' started by Ananael, Nov 6, 2010.


  1. Hi, thanks for answering our questions!

    If I legally SBR a rifle, who can shoot it when I'm at the range? I've heard at various times, that 1.)only I can, 2.) anyone can as long as I'm present, 3.) that the reason for trusts (besides avoiding CLEOsig/fingerprinting fees) is that anyone on the trust can. I'd love to have an answer for this, before I decide if I want to go trust or personal.

    Thanks again for taking the time!
    -Ken
     
  2. Zak Smith

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    If you are present "right there" and the other person is not prohibited from handling a firearm, then they can shoot it.

    In a trust/corporation, anyone named in the corporate entity can possess the item, with no requirement for "you" to be present.
     


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