Q: We have a potential customer who came in yesterday with his dad. Dad is over 21, son is 20. The son wants to buy a silencer on a trust. They said they already have a trust and that he, the under 21 son, is the Settlor (not sure who made his trust). I told him I didn’t think that would work. It also seemed like the son wanted to buy the silencer. Dad was interested, but son did most of the talking. Is there a legal way for them to make a purchase? Is it legal for any responsible party of a trust to contribute to the purchase of an NFA item (i.e. John & Steve are on a trust and want to split the cost of a new silencer)?
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