Who gets your guns when you die?
If you don't know, you'd better figure it out and put it in your will. While you're at it, make sure that your heirs are aware of this and, even more importantly, make sure you and your heirs are aware of the applicable laws (especially if this would involve an interstate transfer!) and how to safely handle the firearms.
When taking my CERT class, I introduced myself as a firearms instructor. At the break, one of my classmates came up to me and told me that she had inherited some guns a while back and had no idea what to do with them. I asked if they were loaded - she had no idea. In addition, simply by possessing the firearms she was in violation of at least one state law. I told her how to fix the latter and sent her to someone who could check the guns for her. Turns out that they were, in fact, loaded. She's now learning how to safely handle and use the firearms, but this easily could have had a not-so-good outcome. Don't leave your heirs in this situation.
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