I'm sure this question has been asked before but please bear with me. I'm wanting to get a suppressor for my .22lr pistol and don't really know the best way to go about it. I know I don't want to get the chiefs signature, finger prints, photo, $150.00 fee, yada yada yada. So I've been looking into a "Trust". I've heard people using an online program like "Will Maker" and others but I'm not sure if I would do fill out the paperwork correctly. I've heard people going that route and not having any problems whatsoever, but I've also heard people getting their firearms seized and taken away. My main question is.... Is it worth going the online program route or just sucking it up and paying for an NFA Trust Lawyer to draw up the paperwork? I know going and paying a lawyer would probably cost the same if not more as if i was to try and get the chiefs signature, the fees, finger prints, and photos but the less hoops the better i guess. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!