PA GUN LAWYER 
BENJAMIN SCOTT JOHNS, ESQ.

 

Ensuring the safe and private passage of your firearms from this generation to the next.

Please see the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) below for the most commonly asked questions:

 

PENNSYLVANIA FIREARMS ATTORNEY

Practices

 

Gun Trust Creation

Estates & Trusts

Firearms Rights

Employment Law

Litigation & Arbitration

Other Areas of Practice

 

Estates & Trusts

Elder Law

Privacy Advocation

Continuing Legal Education Seminars

Individual Rights Seminars

 

Serving all of Pennsylvania for NFA trusts and Western Pennsylvania for firearms rights

 

 

Welcome to Pennsylvania's premier firearms attorney website. Ensuring the safe ownership and passage of your firearms is enshrined in the Constitution of the United States as well as the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. I pride myself on offering quick, cost-effective services to all of my clients and charging less than my competitors while providing a superior level of service. 

 

Call (412) 249-9180

 

I am an experienced, dedicated attorney who focuses his practice on ensuring the rights of my clients are protected not just now but for generations to come. Firearms ownership is under constant media and social barrage, with legislators as well as other lawyers attempting to remove and recall our rights to possess and own firearms. Additionally, many of my clients wish to be able to use their NFA weapons, like SBRs and silencers, with their family and friends. I write the Trusts that allow this to occur.

I provide a unique and affordable service through my practice and provide the highest quality representation to all of my clients. I also provide discounts to veterans and active duty military, first responders including police, fireman, EMT and SWAT as well as gun rights organization members including the Second Amendment Foundation, FOAC, NRA, 2AS, and other local gun clubs. This discount is only offered for Trust creation. Be sure to ask about this discount when discussing your needs with me. 

 

Pennsylvania Declaration of Rights

 

Section 21. Right to Bear Arms 

"The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned."

United States Constitution

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed"

Direct Contact Information

Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions:

PA Gun Lawyer
Law Office of Benjamin Scott Johns, PLLC

510 Washington Ave

Suite 308

Carnegie, PA 15106

 

Direct Dial: (412) 249-9180

mail:   ben@pagunlawyer.com

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