FPC #4: Legacy of Firearm Training

Legacy is ninety percent training. What could be more important, under the American concept of ordered liberty, than a family with a legacy of firearm training?

Periodically we focus on this topic at our free Family Protection Clinic. It’s an estate planning seminar, with revolving focus topics, including small snack lunch, held on most Tuesdays. Check our event calendar! We give away valuable incentives to encourage you to keep attending.

In addition to getting a valuable voucher for free handgun training at the world’s largest shooting school (details here) and satisfying the prereq for our free California concealed carry class (details here), this seminar will enable you to discuss the following issues with friends, family, and neighbors:

  • Must your assault weapons die with you?
  • When is a gun trust necessary or useful?
  • Legacy of firearm training vs. passing hunks of metal
  • Have you ever experienced high quality firearm training? Most gun owners have not.
  • Without experiencing firearm training, how can you pass on a legacy of firearm training?
  • How do guns pass after death in California?
  • Is a post-mortem trust transfer of a firearm possible in California? Likely?
  • How can flexible planning to avoid gun control also aid in creating a legacy of firearm training?
  • “I trained my kids already” vs. perishable skills
  • Why did our militias perform so badly in the War of 1812?
  • Did the Founders love their children? did they train them?
  • Ever play the game of telephone?
  • Would a family constitution with objective, immutable performance criteria help?

So come visit our Family Protection Clinic(s) and gain expertise on estate planning and self-defense!

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