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Create a plan to protect you, your family, and your legacy

It’s never too early to create your Firearm Life Plan. You’ll need to set aside some time to work on a few documents (provided below) and talk with family or friends you trust about creating your own voluntary, personal plan.

You can download the full toolkit here:

Or you can download individual worksheets below:

Worksheet: Firearm Inventory

This document helps you and others know what you want to happen with your firearms and who you trust to enact your Firearm Life Plan. You fill out a paper version and share it only with those you want to. Update it whenever you want.

Worksheet: Legacy Map

This document gives you a place to document the memories and meanings attached to your firearms. Like the inventory, you share it with only those you want.

Warning Signs and Assessments

Knowing some potential warning signs can help you and those around you ensure safety. This section also covers when to consider having an experienced firearm user assess your skills.

Conversation Starters

These conversations can be hard. Learn how to start talking about creating a Firearm Life Plan with some conversation starters, whether you’re the firearm owner or a family member.

Still looking for more information?

View our main Resources page for FAQs, links to other information, and detailed documents to assist you in making a Firearm Life Plan.

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