I'm waiting for a 1919 RSP from Karma that will be home to a post sample bolt. I've got all the parts to include a converted 7.62x54r bolt and barrel that will go into an almost 100% BA 1919 parts kit.
While we're venturing off topic...
A trust is an excellent estate planning tool but despite the current hype, it's not the perfect way to acquire NFA items. Unless you're working on passing your assets on to your kids, then a trust is an unnecessary and complicated means of acquiring NFA firearms.
You don't "need" a trust, or corporation, or LLC, unless you can't get the CLEO signature, or you really need to be able to have someone else take the firearms somewhere without you, or you're using it as part of a comprehensive probate-avoidance plan.
Trusts are like other fads in the gun world. We go through phases where everyone needs a special single point patrol sling, everyone needs a laser or OEG or tactical monopod. EVERYBODY buys the slick new plastic mags and receivers, and then EVERYBODY starts having problems with worn feed lips or egged out axis pin holes. This new widget lasts until the next new thing that everybody needs. Some of the new stuff is good and it lasts, some of it ends up in bargain bins at gun shows marked 90% off.
Just because a trust set up with Quicken Willmaker was approved doesn't mean you have a valid trust. It simply means that the transfer was approved by BATF in the belief the trust was valid. There was at least one case where BATF ruled that a transfer they approved went to an invalid trust and the NFA owner was asked to surrender that weapon to BATF. Quick legal wrangling and a new valid trust saved the day. This was about two years ago and I think the state was GA or AL. Ask the guys on Subguns.com and I'm sure they can validate my claim.
With the stakes and cost so high, you want to ensure your trust will withstand any future legal challenges. DIY is great for home improvement projects, but handling legal matters or doing your own surgery at home may not be the best way to save a buck or two.
IMHO, YMMV, etc.