Meet Arsenal Attorneys at the biggest gun show on the East Coast this weekend at the Nation's Gun Show June 6-8 in Chantilly, Virginia. The show starts early at 1 pm Friday. Throughout the weekend our attorneys will be available to discuss your questions about our Arsenal Gun Trust services and our upcoming course "Essentials of Self-Defense Law" to be held June 25 at NRA Headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia.  

For more details abou the Nation's Gun Show and to find a coupon for a discounted admission, visit:  http://www.thenationsgunshow.com/.

Arsenal Attorneys will be appearing at Green Top in Ashland, Virginia along with Todd Brueckmann of TBA Suppressors.  We will be presenting an overview of NFA firearms, including TBA's own line of silencers. We will also explain the process of obtaining NFA firearms, developments in the law and politics concerning NFA firearms, and the benefits of using an Arsenal Gun Trust to obtain NFA firearms and to protect your entire gun collection.  

Thursday, 05 June 2014 12:44

VCDL Meeting Tonight

If you live in Northern Virginia, the Virginia Citizen’s Defense League will convene it’s membership meeting tonight in Loudoun County. VCDL meetings in Loudoun have been rare, so a good turnout tonight will help ensure it will be the location for future meetings. Many local officials have been invited so it'll be an opportunity to learn about local and statewide issues.

The VCDL meeting will take place in Sterling, VA (Loudoun County) at:

Cascades Library
21030 Whitfield Pl
Potomac Falls, VA 20165

Fellowship starts at 7:30 PM and the meeting is called to order at 8:00 PM and will run until 9:30 PM when it will adjourn so participants may gather at a nearby restaurant for dinner and continued fellowship.

The meeting is open to the public.

Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) signed House Bill 186 into law, which will legalize suppressor hunting for all game animals in Louisiana, effective August 1, 2014. This reform represents a nationwide trend to accept the use of suppressors in hunting for hearing safety and reduction of noise pollution. After Georgia and Alabama, Lousiana is the third state this year to legalize suppressor hunting for game animals. Similar legislation is now under consideration in Ohio. Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook to follow developments. 

Arsenal Attorneys offers its Arsenal Gun Trusts in all of these states. Contact us to learn how you can obtain a silencer and protect your entire gun collection.

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Board voted unanimously in its May 3, 2014 meeting to end the prohibition on the use of silencers for hunting all game and non-game animals. This change in the regulations will take effect in late June. 

Arsenal Attorneys serves Alabama clients who use our Arsenal Gun Trust to acquire silencers and other NFA firearms, such as short barrel rifles and machine guns. The Arsenal Gun Trust eliminates the need to provide ATF fingerprints, mugshots, and the signature of a local police chief. The Arsenal Gun Trust can also serve as an estate plan to protect your entire gun collection. 

Contact us today to learn about our services in Alabama.

 

The state of Washington has joined the nationwide trend to expand rights to own firearms regulated by Title 2 of the National Firearms Act ("NFA"), such as silencers, short barrel rifles, and vintage machine guns. Effective June 12, 2014, it is legal "for a person to possess, transport, acquire, or transfer a short-barreled rifle [SBR] that is legally registered and possessed, transported, acquired, or transferred in accordance with federal law," according to the bill unanimously approved by the Washington Senate.

Arsenal Attorneys is ready to help clients in Washington, as well as 35 other states, buy or build short barrel rifles and silencers using our Arsenal Gun Trust. Before obtaining an SBR, an applicant must receive a tax stamp from ATF. A tax stamp is required before taking possession of an NFA firearm you purchased from a gun dealer. A tax stamp would also be required prior to making an NFA firearm. For example, regardless of whether you build an SBR from scratch or if you retrofit a gun to become an SBR, you must obtain a tax stamp first.

Ordinarily, applications for tax stamps must include fingerprints, photographs, and the signature of the chief law enforcement officer ('CLEO'). Once the tax stamp is issued, an individual person who owns an NFA firearm must be careful becuase it can be a felony if someone else has potential access to that firearm. Also, inheritance of an NFA firearm can pose risks. Our services address these issues.

By using our Arsenal Gun Trust you can simplify the ATF process by avoiding fingerprints, mugshots, and local police sign-offs. The The Trust also enables others to possess your NFA firearms legally. Finally, your Arsenal Gun Trust can serve as an estate plan for your entire gun collection to help your loved ones obey the law and protect the privacy of your firearms. 

If you're interested in learning more about our services for clients in Washington and the 36 other states served by Arsenal Attorneys, visit our website to obtain informational materials about the Arsenal Gun Trust.  

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