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About Yash

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  1. This is the link to rifle. Unfortunately it looks like it’s sold out and the price is back up. I suggest just googling “Smith & Wession 15-22 sport NJ compliant for sale” in google and click on websites until you eventually find one in stock. That’s what I did.
  2. Yeah I bought it at the end of June. I ended up getting it at a different website for an absolute steal of a price.
  3. TTC's website doesn't mention anything about NICS when on the Firearm Transfers page of their website.
  4. The rifle is already advertised to be NJ compliant so I assume that shouldn't be an issue.
  5. uh, i'm not entirely sure. When I added to cart I didn't see anything about background checks or anything. The rifle is a S&W M&P 15-22 Sport.
  6. $50 for non-members and $30 for VIP members. I'm planning on getting the VIP anyways since it seems like the best value. Hoffgun.com is charging $20 to ship to an FFL. I'll check that out.
  7. Yeah, I figured that out already. But there isn't much I can do about that.
  8. So I just got my FID and i'm looking to purchase my first rifle but pretty much everywhere in NJ the rifle that i'm looking for is either out of stock or overpriced. I've been looking online and hoffgun.com has the NJ Compliant version of the rifle i'm looking for at a great price. It is my understanding that I need to ship it to an FFL and then pick it up. The range that I am planning on becoming a member of is Tactical Training Center in Flemington NJ who are also an FFL. What's the process like of doing this? Do I just email them saying I want to ship a rifle to them for pickup? Thanks.
  9. 1. Application type: FID 2. Police Department where you applied: Bridgewater Police 3. Name of the person you dealt with at the PD: Robert Hanlon 4. Time taken to issue FID and/or permit: About 23 days from fingerprinting 5. Documents required by the PD (aside from the standard application and the mental health release form): Proof of ID 6. Notes: none
  10. In that case i'll just hand in a mental health records form when I submit the fingerprinting form just to be safe. edit: Did you get a message telling you that you need to manually fill one in?
  11. Hmm. If it was just a checkbox then I probably did tick it otherwise it wouldn’t let me continue the application, right?
  12. That’s weird. I wasn’t prompted to select or fill out a mental health form. My references submitted their responses online and I will be getting fingerprinted on tuesday. Should I be worried?
  13. Forgive me i’m very new to this. I am under 21 so I only applied for the FPID, not a handgun purchaser permit. What is a P2P?
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