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  1. Be the guy that starts the green wave in your county
  2. Gotcha, So someone would have to buy the stripped lower in one state, assemble it into a rifle, sell it to a ffl, and then the ffl could sell it as a rifle? Can a private person in state A assemble a lower into a rifle and send the rifle configured to an ffl in state B and then have it sold?
  3. Yes, because it is not a shotgun nor a rifle. Could the frame be assembled into a rifle from a new reciver and then legally brought in a state other then your residence because its no longer an other, it has become a rifle? Is buying a used stripped lower in a different state different then buying an entire rifle?
  4. So, In not NJ, If you got one of those frames and assembled it into a rifle- its always stays a rifle on paper I think I need to start asking out of state ffl's questions.
  5. Is it like this in every state? Frame transferring as a frame then being classified rifle or pistol If someone lived in a free state, how would they make an AR lower into a pistol?
  6. oh, your definitely right about that- Its been a slow Sunday This is probably the wrong part of the forum for this thread now that I'm reading it. Please don't take my questioning as anything other then a quest for information. Why? is the permit to p2p required based on the intent of your final assembly of the frame? Some internet lawyer argument follows- Not purchasing a pistol, but purchasing a stripped lower- Assembling a pistol from a lower that was legally obtained, and it meets all nj pistol laws when it is done. Looking for a something that says it isn't allowed The closest thing I can find is 13:54-3.13 Which says Frame and handgun, and also receiver require p2p. But wouldn't that mean you need to have a p2p for stripped AR lowers? even if you assemble them into rifles?
  7. I'm aware its all just Theorycraft/mind exercise and a real answer won't exist until someone tries it and Gets in Trouble Gets it Approved More questions If, the frame is sold in a different state, and assembled as a carbine ( never having been a pistol at all), is that still a pistol to nj? So, if you wanted to make a pistol from one of the Timberwolf frames, would you need to use a p2p to purchase it? If you don't, why? If an AR lower isn't a rifle, and the Timberwolf lower isn't a pistol If you do, why? Does the design make it a pistol, and thereby require a p2p? Does your intent to assemble it as a pistol make it a pistol? If you do/can transfer it legally, and then assemble it into a pistol have you broken NJ Law? Which?
  8. Yes, I did mean AR Lower Interesting. So because it has a pistol grip from manufacture, its essentially always a pistol in Nj?
  9. In NJ, Is it legal to feel live animals to other live animals? Seems terrible, but many people who own snakes feed them live Mice/Rats/Rabbits- or have to buy live animals and euthanize them to feed fresh. There was a man in NC that was arrested for not feeding his fish ( it was later dropped). Would hate to be the guy that loses my 2a rights over something like pet-food
  10. What are the differences between that and a stripped lower?
  11. Going through the process now, will update it when I get through the steps Application type (FID/permit w/ existing FID) FID + 2 P2P 2. Police Department where you applied.- Keyport 3. Name of the person you dealt with at the PD.- Gerilyn Baker 4. Time taken to issue FID and/or permit.- 99 days 5. Documents required by the PD (aside from the standard application and the mental health release form). Employment Verification via Email 6. Notes - anything pertaining to the application process (unforeseen difficulties, chief of police calling your home, you hiring an attorney, etc.) Gerilyn is only there Monday-Friday from 8:30am - 4:00pm, and is the one that processes the paperwork. Town Website says you must download and fill out application and mental health forms, but I was handed them at the PD when I went down to ask how to get a FID. My Timeline so far is: 1/23 Application and paperwork pick up from local pd on 1/29 Fingerprinted 1/30 Paid for 212A online 1/30 Completed paperwork Submitted to Pd 2/5 References receive letters and respond 3/2 Followed Up via Email, was told still waiting on employment verification 3/3 Employment confirmed, told that I should hear back by end of week to set up an appointment for FID 3/16 Local Government closed to public during state of emergency 3/31 "At this time we are continuing with the suspension of non-emergent contact. I hope to have some good news for you soon." 4/21 Called and left message, Did not get a call back. 4/24 "I am hoping to have your application complete soon. I can only ask for your patience as we aren't doing business as usual right now. I will have you in as soon as I can. Stay safe." 5/7 Was called by Gerilyn and told everything is ready 5/8 Picked up FID + 2 P2P Gerilyn has been very helpful- answered all of my questions, and usually responds to my calls within the day. Process was long, I assume the Covid-19 pandemic starting on 3/13 and ongoing played a big part of the delay.
  12. https://www.brownells.com/handgun-parts/frame-parts/frames/pfs9-serialized-frame-for-glock-17-22-aggressive-texture-prod118402.aspx?avs|Manufacturer_1=POLYMER80 or https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Timberwolf.aspx Is it a transferred as a pistol? Is it different then a stripped AR lower? If it isn't a pistol, and you assemble it as a pistol, how would you use a p2p for it? What if you assembled it into a pistol caliber carbine, like the mechtech? Just curiosity rearing up, nothing serious Looking for some enlightenment, expecting more confusion
  13. I don't know you , but I know I like your style. Welcome Felicia!
  14. I know its a bit late but, all Airsoft stuff is sold/shipped with a blaze orange tip as required by federal law. It is permanently attached or painted on. https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/15/272.3 No real danger to Airsoft, still a toy- just not allowed to remove the orange tip you already weren't supposed to remove.
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