Gun related estate planning question.
What sort of provisions does one need to make in their will to account for firearms? I don't own any NFA firearms or accessories and I don't have much interest in doing so, at the moment at least. I do have a decent collection that I want to ensure that in the event of my demise, my wife has the legal ability to take possession and dispose of them at her discretion, I do not have any other heirs. I don't believe that an NFA trust is the correct course of action. I'd also like to avoid having to give the government a detailed list of what I currently own, it's none of their damned business. I've read about revocable trusts but it seems to require doing just that. Can anyone give me their two cents or point me in the right direction?