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Estates and firearms post I-594

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by gearheadbill, Nov 26, 2014.

  1. gearheadbill

    gearheadbill Everett area Member

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    How does the passage of I-594 affect the generational inheritance of a firearm collection as a part of ones estate? Does this fit into the definition of a "transfer"?
     
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  2. John H

    John H Whatcom County Well-Known Member

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    60 days to report.
     
  3. gearheadbill

    gearheadbill Everett area Member

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    I would assume you mean that each firearm would individually need to be reported.
     
  4. Redcap

    Redcap Lewis County, WA Well-Known Member

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    Won't happen.
     
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  5. gearheadbill

    gearheadbill Everett area Member

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    What does that...won't happen... mean?
     
  6. mjbskwim

    mjbskwim Salmon,Idaho Well-Known Member

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    YOU may not figure it out when your loved one dies but redcap's uncle jed never had guns that redcap just went over to pick up.......before the rest of the family asks a dumb question like yours.
    I don't have to worry about this,I have my dad's guns already,but I would just take them home and forgetaboutit.
    There probably isn't any records of the guns,nobody will check the obituaries daily and then look up records of their gun purchases * cause there probably isn't any* ,he could have sold all the guns anyway and lastly,nobody cares but the kids.
     
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