First, a well-drafted gun trust can make it easier to control what happens to your gun collection if you become incapacitated or legally prohibited from owning firearms, and when you die.
Second, a gun trust will allow you to maintain a certain amount of privacy. Gun trusts are not registered with the state or any other government agency, and they do not become a public record at your death (unlike a Will).
Third, a gun trust can allow you to legally share your NFA/Title II regulated firearms with your family and friends.
Finally, a gun trust may help prevent “accidental felonies.” Felonies happen when you, your friends, and your family members inadvertently violate state and federal laws when using, transporting, or transferring NFA/Title II firearms.