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?
- 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?
This is one of the focus topics we present on a revolving basis at our weekly “guntrust Challenge” competitions — part shooting match, part quiz show.
So come visit our Family Protection Clinic and gain expertise on estate planning and self-defense!