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Old May 18, 2013, 09:26 PM   #4
rjrivero
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The ATF requires the registered owner to be "in control of the firearm" at all times. If someone isn't named in the TRUST, or the Registered owner, then they can't be in possession of the NFA firearm.

That doesn't mean no one else can shoot it, but the registered owner must be present. You can't leave it with someone who is not a registered owner of that device.
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