If the property in question is an (assault weapon, ordinary .22) or an accessory for such a tool, no, you can't pass it down to your progeny in some states. They're trying to make that the law and/or put it in the FL constitution, but hasn't happened as yet. In CT, for example, billy backstay is the last legal owner of his scary magazine. Other states have similar delayed confiscation programs.You can buy and hold property and even pass it down to your progeny. It is not because you sit out there all day and night with a damn shotgun.