Oklahoma Gun Trusts

Need an NFA Gun Trust? We can help!

So you have decided that its time to buy a suppressor or a short barrel AR and now you need a gun trust. We can take care of all the paperwork for you. Better yet, we are likely able to get it done for you within 24 hours!

The founder of The 46th, LLC is Oklahoma and Texas attorney Josh Lee and we have partnered with Texas attorney and nationally recognized gun trust attorney Jim Willi to assist you with drafting your trust.

Gun Trust Attorney Jim Willi
Gun Trust Attorney Jim Willi at the Range

Jim has spent years perfecting the trust and has many happy customers from across the United States. Josh has dedicated hundreds of hours to researching federal and state laws on NFA gun trusts and has consulted with many clients regarding their gun trusts. Having Jim and Josh involved with drafting your trust you can rest assured that your trust will be done right. Do not just trust any old trust you can find online as nearly every single one is inadequate.

Read Jim’s FAQ on NFA Trusts here.

The process is easy…

  1. Call us and tell us you need a gun trust for NFA items.
  2. We will collect some information from you and take it from there.
  3. You will have your trust (typically within 24 hours).

…and affordable

The trust costs between $100 and $350 depending on options. We will discuss these options with you when you call.


Are you in need of a Texas NFA Gun Trust?

So you live in Texas and you need a Texas Gun Trust – no problem. Attorney Jim Willi is based out of Austin Texas and provides gun trust service for law abiding gun owners from across the state. Contact Jim here to get your trust started (and maybe even completed) today!


Silencers are legal in Oklahoma

If you are in Oklahoma, I have some good news for you: silencers (also known as “suppressors” and “cans”) are 100% legal to own, possess, use, and hunt with.

Oklahoma Hunting with Silencer
Official Oklahoma Hunting Regulations

Thats right we said you can hunt with a suppressor.

NRA backed legislation that became law Nov. 1, 2012 allows hunting game animals, game or nongame birds with a suppressor on your own land or land in which you are a guest of the landowner.



If you want to read the actual law click on this link to Title 29 of the Oklahoma Statutes and read section 5-201.

If you are not a hunter then they are still great for sport shooting. Thats what we use them for most here at The 46th.

Contact us today to schedule a demo shoot with one of our suppressors.

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