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    • to play devils advocate.. how did you come to this conclusion when the wording is literally identical for each of those guns..  "Avtomat Kalashnikov type semi-automatic firearms" "M1 carbine type" What was it there that told you they are to be interpreted differently? They are both broadly describing an entire range of firearms that are considered a type of firearm.. 
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    • It says M1 TYPE and it says AK TYPE... that is why the comparison is relevant..  It does NOT say the gun "Kalishnikov"..  "Avtomat Kalashnikov type semi-automatic firearms" "M1 carbine type" " PJK M-68 carbine type" In practice.. of course you are right.. they have looked the other way.. and they have done so for so long that it would be unreasonable for them to roll it back.. I am simply providing information to the original poster as I believe it to be accurate..  despite the state having looked the other way... despite there being uncountable numbers of AKs in NJ.. despite many NJ gun dealers selling them.. the entire type is prohibited per the NJ assault weapons ban..  the check list is fairly straight forward..  the state says "these guns are all banned.. there is then a long list.. if the gun is named on that list then it is automatically banned.. there are a FEW guns that go beyond just naming a specific make and model.. like the AK.... they flat out say ALL AK TYPES.. so the only question you can ask yourself is this.. is a Saiga.. is a WASR and AK type? or course it is.. so it is banned...  will you get arrested? will gun shops be shut down? NO.. because the state has opted to not enforce.. 
    • Right! They took over in 2013 before that they were known as Izhesvsk Machine Building Plant. That’s my point. This law was written well before 2013.
    • Not at all. Permanent alien residents still need a FID to purchase in NJ. I married an immigrant myself. Once her petition to become a permanent resident was approved, getting a FID was a breeze. She did not need to show her green card when purchasing her Beretta M9A1. Once you have a FID, that's all you need to prove you can buy a firearm (not including handgun permits).
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