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Events / NFOA First Sat. Gretna Breakfast, 11/03/2018
« Last post by greg58 on Yesterday at 10:17:57 PM »
That time is quickly approaching, Nov. 3rd Gretna Breakfast, 09:00 at Billy's Gretna Cafe.
On Hwy 370 just east of Hwy 31 intersection, north side of the road.
Please post if you are coming, the number coming, and I will give them a heads up on Friday.
Open to all Members and friends of NFOA, nothing fancy, just a chance to meet and socialize with other members of NFOA.

Thanks, Greg58
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Newsworthy / Papillion City Council, Steve Sunde
« Last post by greg58 on Yesterday at 10:14:07 PM »
Hello, if any members live in Papillion and are voters, please consider voting for my Brother Steve Sunde for city council.
Steve is a Prosecuting Attorney in Cass County, father of 2 teen aged kids, he is very conservative, fiscally responsible, a gun owner, with strong support for 2nd amendment rights.
Steve will listen to the needs of taxpayers. He is not a big Govt. type, fair, honest, and smart. With a strong sense of right and wrong.
Thanks Greg58
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They didn't give details of what the survey was about so I didn't do it. I figured it had something to do with bumpstocks.
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I just got a e-mail from the Wall Street Journal to complete a survey that turned out to be asking if I actually entered the comments I made regarding the ATF proposed rule change.  They even had a copy of the comment.  Has this happened to anyone else.

John K

Yep, just got the email an hour ago.  Literally got to the point where they were asking if the name I input on the ATF website is my name.
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I just got a e-mail from the Wall Street Journal to complete a survey that turned out to be asking if I actually entered the comments I made regarding the ATF proposed rule change.  They even had a copy of the comment.  Has this happened to anyone else.

John K
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The NFA Corner / Re: S-Corp and NFA Items...
« Last post by RobertH on Yesterday at 07:35:12 AM »
Has anyone set up a trust for non-NFA firearms? While researching this topic I read one article that suggested all firearms should be in a trust to avoid having them confiscated in the event you're no longer allowed to possess them (for example, being diagnosed with dementia) and to make it easier for them to be passed down (descendants just being added to the trust instead of the firearms going through the inheritance process). Thoughts?

you could, just ask LJUnaTIC has mentioned.  i do not.  i'm not that worried about it.  if you are worried about something like that, talk with your family and Dick Clark.
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The NFA Corner / Re: S-Corp and NFA Items...
« Last post by LJUnaTIC on October 16, 2018, 10:54:07 PM »
I have all my firearms in a trust set up by Dick Clark (no NFA items)
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Newsworthy / Re: Ben Sasse won't commit to supporting Kavanaugh
« Last post by Jito463 on October 16, 2018, 08:47:33 PM »
And that, my friends, is why this state is purple.

https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/kristine-marsh/2018/10/15/behar-hostin-try-shame-ben-sasse-over-kavanaugh-vote-did-you-not

In other news about Sasse, he went on The View to promote some new book of his, and of course was harassed and harangued over his vote for Kavanaugh.  Why anyone would intentionally go on that show is beyond me.  I get that sometimes it's necessary to go into the lion's den, but willfully appearing on The Spew is akin to dousing yourself in animal fat, standing naked in front of the lion and daring it to eat you.  It's not a matter of if it will attack, but when.

And rather than just state that Ford's testimony wasn't credible and that's why he voted for Kavanaugh; he tried to virtue signal with the MeToo movement and defend his vote, by appealing to their compassion.

News flash Ben: they don't have any compassion, especially not for the likes of you.
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The NFA Corner / Re: S-Corp and NFA Items...
« Last post by Atrus on October 16, 2018, 06:16:43 PM »
Has anyone set up a trust for non-NFA firearms? While researching this topic I read one article that suggested all firearms should be in a trust to avoid having them confiscated in the event you're no longer allowed to possess them (for example, being diagnosed with dementia) and to make it easier for them to be passed down (descendants just being added to the trust instead of the firearms going through the inheritance process). Thoughts?
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The NFA Corner / Re: S-Corp and NFA Items...
« Last post by RobertH on October 16, 2018, 02:05:53 PM »
Thank you. This is what I was looking for. I’m a noob with NFA, and figured since I already have a Corp, some steps would be eliminated or things would be easier.. IF all things are pretty much equal, I will look into the trust route. Thanks for the info...


i highly suggest talking to Dick Clark.  he specializes in NFA Trusts.  he can answer everything.
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