I know that this topic is done to death around the web, but I have a unique situation and a question about it. Two years ago I formed a gun trust with Quicken Willmaker on the suggestion of a friend of mine who is in law enforcement. I had it notarized, and scheduled a suppressor in the trust that is registered to me as an individual. At the time I never realized that the suppressor had to be transferred into the trust, and tax paid on it. I know the trust is not valid unless it contains at least one item, and thought I had that handled by listing the suppressor. Since then I have registered an SBR through the trust, and it went smoothly. The suppressor is still registered to me as an individual, and the SBR is registered in the trusts name. Here is my question. Can I just remove the suppressor from the trust's scheduled items now? Will the ATF have a problem with me removing it although a transfer was never done? I assume that now the trust is valid because there is an SBR registered in it's name, but I plan on registering more items, and don't want this to be a problem if they see that I used to have a suppressor listed, and no longer do. The problem obviously being that a transfer/tax was not done to transfer ownership to the trust. I'm not concerned about the status of the suppressor because nothing has changed with it. It has always been registered in my name. The concern is if the rifle will ever become a problem because it is registered to a trust that didn't contain a legitimate item. I'm hoping to hear from someone with some gun trust experience. Thanks.