Attorney At Law

My name is Ronald Yeates II, but most call me Ronnie. I was born and raised in Texas. I graduated from a small-town high school in 1990 with a class of 21. Afterward, I attended Sam Houston State University. Upon graduating Sam Houston in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Law Enforcement-Police Science, I attended South Texas College of Law where I graduated in December 2000 and was admitted as a licensed attorney to the State Bar in May 2001.

I also hold a Type 07/02 Federal Firearms License. This type of license is known as a Manufacturer License of both Title I, regular firearms, and Title II Firearms such as silencers, short-barreled shotguns and rifles, and machine guns.

I learned to shoot with my mom when I was 8 and have remained an avid shooter and collector of firearms for most of my life. In fact, I still own the old Belgium Browning Auto 22 my mom used to teach me shooting skills. I have been active in the National Firearms Act community for many of those same years by purchasing or building my own NFA items. I am also a Type 07/02 FFL Manufacturer and Dealer.

I am a lifetime member of the NRA. I am also a member of the NRA Business Alliance, a Gun Trust Attorney member of the NFA Freedom Alliance, and a member of the National Sports Shooting Foundation.

I participate in machine gun shoots and demonstrations throughout the year…and quite a few informal get-togethers with friends, manufacturers, and dealers to further my knowledge and, of course, to just have fun.

An NFA trust, or Gun trust, is used to possess and own Title II weapons such as machine guns, silencers, and certain other firearms described under the National Firearms Act and registered with the BATFE. Trust law is different in every state and each trust should be tailored to the specific needs of the Trustee under the Trustee’s state of residence.

My priority is making sure your Texas NFA gun trust needs are met with professionally appropriate standards to assure your desires and goals are exceeded. Get a Texan drafted trust for your Texas NFA trust needs. Why leave your NFA items to chance?

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