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About Glockmeister

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    Parsippany Troy Hills
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    Hiking, Running, MTB
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  1. That's exactly what I thought. The vetting process is way overboard and does not make any sense at all. Maybe 1 week tops for the succeeding handgun permits is reasonable to me, but 1-2 months or longer per application? Whew.
  2. I applied for my combo FID/Handgun permit through the FARS system and waited for 8 months before I finally received it. I again applied a couple of weeks ago for 2X handgun permits because I was eyeing for 2 more handguns. I already purchased one (Black Friday discounts) and it's being held at the store until the permit is ready. I emailed my PD today and I was told that the next permit's turnaround time is 1-2 months or longer after completion of all requirements. This frustrates me but nothing I can do much about it. Is this the normal turnaround time even with an electronic system? My PD is Parsippany Troy Hills. Thanks for any insights.
  3. I am close to Baldwin Rd. on the way to Boonton. Thank you. I will definitely reach out to you because I am a newbie and any help is very much appreciated.
  4. Wow good to know, I'm in Parsippany. I called Cherry Ridge last week and I told them I wanted to sign up (which I will do this week). I am now reading about the hunting license requirements. I hope to have this completed asap and I will let you know. Thanks for the info.
  5. Thanks for that info. I'll check online about the requirements for the hunting permit
  6. I am in Morris County. I don't have a hunting license but that is something I am also looking into, though I still need to get educated and trained since I never did any hunting in my life.
  7. I need recommendation for any indoor/outdoor range that will allow me to shoot my 12 gauge Remington 870 TAC14. It doesn't have a stock so this is probably not allowed in most gun ranges. Thanks in advance.
  8. I've been lurking for a while since I found this site a few years ago from an online search. I decided that it's time to be part of this community ever since I purchased my first gun. So far, so good. Note: Not interested in anyone's politics (extreme right, extreme left) from both sides. But I fully support the preservation of the 2A rights. If you are a centrist like me, I want to know you.
  9. True. I was tempted and went to the store. But ended up buying a Remington.
  10. Hello. I recently had my FID and handgun permit and in just the last few weeks, I already purchased a 9mm handgun, a hunting rifle and shotgun/firearm. Two different transactions. Now I am planning a 3rd transaction to purchase an NJ legal/compliant semi-auto rifle. This completes my ideal first collection. Is there a limit on how many rifles I can own? I see myself inclined towards rifles/shotguns so my collection will probably be geared towards this type. Thanks.
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