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  1. #1
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    Single Shot Trust?

    So I got my kids a .22 Savage Youth Rascal Target XP which comes with a bipod, scope and threaded barrel. They finally got to shoot it for the first time this weekend at my friendís house. He has a bunch of suppressors so we put a couple on and they really liked shooting with them. So now Iím looking to get a either a Q Erector or a Q El Camino.

    Iíve got a couple of questions though. I know all the procedures to go about getting one and was just going to go to a lawyer, do a regular trust, buy one and wait for approval. I was looking around online and saw that SilencerShop offers a Single Shot NFA trust for $25. The way I understand it normally with a regular trust like my friend has you set up the trust and purchase the suppressor which would go into it. You can add trustees and beneficiaries. However, each time you buy another toy all trustees have to submit prints and all again each time something new is added.
    With the single shot trust they offer the trust is tied to that one specific suppressor or sbr or whatever youíre buying. You can still add trustees and beneficiaries but they are good only for that one item the trust covers. And it says no notarization needed. If I want to buy another suppressor I can get another single shot trust for that as well for $25 without having to have everyone submit prints and all again unless they would be a trustee on the new trust tied to that new purchase. It seems that if Iím only going to be buying one or 2 suppressors the single shot would be the way to go.
    Iím not trying to be cheap and I donít mind paying the $300 or whatever it was he paid for his but it just seems simpler to go the single shot trust route.
    Anyone ever use the Single Shot Trust? I know Louisiana is a state with strange laws so am I missing something that would screw me up by not going the usual lawyer/trust route? I figure if theyíre selling it and people are being approved using it then it must be OK. Is there an advantage of one over the other that Iím not seeing? Just trying to get my ducks in a row before diving in.

    Some info on it from firearms blog.

    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...rust-silencer/


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    Last edited by critta; September 9th, 2020 at 12:49 PM.

  2. #2
    Marksman

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    Kenneth Bossetta Is the man to ask about that. He is an attorney and has a Class 3 FFL. His shop(Meplat Group) is located in Metairie. There is a link to his website via the sponsor link on bayou shooter.

  3. #3
    Newbie

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    Go see Kenny at Meplat. Do the regular trust and your kids will be set for life. That way they will never have to do their own later on.

  4. #4
    Marksman

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    as noted, give a call to Kenny and setup an appointment to do a trust and see which options you have. also be advised that once you get one you will want to get for other cal

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    Marksman

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    Joey Cataldie aka JCcypress is the man when it comes to trusts. He did mine ages ago and updated it not to long ago at no charge. He’s an attorney and a shooter.

    Message him on here or message me and I’ll give you his number.
    You shut your mouth when you're talking to me!

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    Marksman

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    +1 on Joey Cataldie in the BR metro area - I've dealt with him a number of times and always a good experience. Not just an attorney, he actually shoots and hunts.

  7. #7
    Redneck with a gun!

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    I would not recommend an aluminum can. They are nice and light but you have to be careful cleaning. I have a spectre 2 and occlus 22. I use the dip. It's the easiest.
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    Marksman

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    1+ for Joey!!! That’s who I used
    1- for aluminum can...

    I have a silencerco sparrow, easy to do *the dip clean* buy once and cry once, lifetime investment.... not a cheap get you by kinda thing...

  9. #9
    Marksman

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    Steel for the win, skip aluminum if you're a shooter. I'm annoyed with the effort to clean a stainless steel can, I'd have given aluminum to a deserving orphan by now.

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