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  1. Maine has done it for the 15 years I've lived in that region. Far from new to them.
  2. The state will not permit duplicate cards. The old one is no longer valid in any case. There is no issue as the SBI doesn't change.
  3. We never4 did a change of address without the old card. that was 15 plus years ago.;
  4. If you had livescan prints done then there is no need for additional prints. Subsequent Applicants for Additional Permits to Purchase a Handgun or Duplicate Firearms Purchaser Cards A change of Address is considered a Duplicate card. 1. A Criminal History Records Check must be conducted on all subsequent applications. 2. As of April 2014, the State Bureau of Identification (SBI) has mandated that all 212A forms must be completed electronically. SBI will no longer accept the yellow 212A paper form for a Duplicate Firearms Purchaser Identification Card and Handgun Purchase Permits. See below for new instructions to complete the 212A process electronically. 212A ONLINE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS • Login to the website https:/www.njportal.com/njsp/criminalrecords/ • When asked for the agency’s ORI number, enter the ORI number provided by your local municipality or if the New Jersey State Police provides police service for your municipality you must acquire the ORI number from the barracks that patrols your municipality. • A literal translation will appear giving the option of continuing or canceling the filing. • If you choose to continue you will fill out the demographics and select the background needed. For Firearm Purchaser Identification Cards and Handgun Purchase Permits you will select : NJS 2C:58-3. Firearm licensing. • You will then be requested to enter your State Bureau of Identification number (SBI number- also known as the Firearms Identification number). This is to ensure that you have been finger printed under a firearms application before. If you have not you will be rejected from the process at this time. • If all information is correct, you will then check out by making the payment by credit card or electronic check. Once the payment is verified, you will receive a Conformation & Receipt that will include your confirmation number. It is recommended you save this document for your records. • You will find additional instructions in the help section once you set up your account and become a user. Any problems or questions contact SBI at 609-882-2000 extension 2991. 3. Additional purchase permit applicants must fill out the State of New Jersey Application for Firearms Purchaser Identification Card and/or Handgun Purchase Permit, Form STS-033 (Rev. 09/09). 4. Applicants for a Firearms Purchaser Identification Card duplicate card, i.e., mutilated, lost or stolen, change of address, name and/or sex, must complete form STS-033 as noted above. 5. All applicants must complete the Consent For Mental Health Search, form SP-66 (Rev. 11/07). 6. Current issued Firearms Purchaser Identification Card card shall be surrendered at the time of submission of new application. Additional Fees: 1. Firearms ID Card- $ 5.00- Initial Only, no fee for a duplicate card. 2. Permit to Purchase a Handgun- $ 2.00 each (These fees may be paid by check, or money order payable to the law enforcement agency where the application is submitted.) If you are applying for a Handgun Purchase Permit, there is no limit on the quantity of permits you may apply for. 3. Criminal History Check- fee is $20.00 - Only required after you have been initially fingerprinted. I.E. - Duplicate Firearms ID Card, Permit to Purchase a Handgun. (MUST BE PAID USING THE ONLINE APPLICATION) 4. IndentoGo (Morpho Trust) - Information to include appointments and fees will be provided upon submission of a correctly completed application.
  5. Sig doesn't now, nor have they ever manufacturered their own magazines. They source from either Checkmate or Megcar.
  6. The Longshot range should be open around September at 375 County ave., Secaucus. It's at the interesection of County and Secaucus opposite the DMV Inspection Station.
  7. Or just modify them permanently to 15 rounds. http://www.magazineblocks.com/magento/products/magblock-kits/ar15-magblocks.html Epoxying the floor plate on makes it a permeant modification. JB Weld will do it. I lived in Nutley for 22 years. nice town, taxes a bit high. But it has a good school system.
  8. Be careful of the cheaper models. They don't have the filitered current needed for electronics and can easily destroy the cercuits of a heating system. A transfer box is also a muct. I have a 8kw Generac that runs most esential systems in the house. Heat, well, some lights, refrogerator. If I ever have to replace it, I'm going to a 11kw.
  9. The issue of rentals was the reason that smith and wession closed their public range on the manufacturing property. Renting firearms has it's own set of issues. How do you hold someone responsible for the basic safety areas when they have zero experience? As in the case with S&W, what does the range owners do if it's found they transferred a gun to a felon ? They have a significant investment in that facility and having an employee screw up can doom them. For years, Sig academy has make it mandatory that ANYONE taking a course on their property have a current state criminal background check on file, be law enforcement or a current carry permit. Many private clubs are going the same route.
  10. You will be paying it every year as cars are taxed under each town's tax rate as property. However every year as the vehicles depreciate the cost goes down. As far as a NH tax return, if all your investments are IRA's and 401's then you won't pay. I let an accountant handle it. Like anywhere it depends. A 50 x 75 in rye could go for a million. Way up north you can get an acre to not much but you have to drill the well, and install septic. Then you might have to run electric. A lot next to mine sold a few years back for almost 100K for a 2.4 acre parcel. But this area (Seacoast) is the most expensive in the state. My real estate agent was from Warner. Felt bad she had to drive down south every time I came up to look at homes in the seacoast area.
  11. Check these dvd's out. They have some outstanding entry level primers that will give you an idea of what's involved in IDPA and the rules for equipment, shooting matches and tricks to stage success. http://panteaoproductions.com/dvds?category=competitive
  12. Actually it's not. The academy is in Epping, NH. Their former office, manufacturing and warehouse was in Exeter nut moved to Newington last year. Chris now knows where it's located.
  13. Feel like a bit of travel for a great cause and a fun time?? We will even show you the best spots to get fresh lobster !!!! Once again we will have our raffle..
  14. I've used only Varget in my AR match loads. My load is 24 grains using the 77 grain bullet loaded to just under magazine length. I've only used LC cases and CCI primers. the load is a tack driver and I use it out to 300 yards on my range The "crunching is normal. I load it on my Dillion but do so in a single stage manner with each powder load measured individually trickling the last few tenths of a grain.The nature of the powder does make it a pain through powder measures. That's not a big deal as I only load 60 rounds or so prior to each match. Care must be taken to avoid the powder bridging the measure blocking the flow. I have several jugs of WC844 surplus powder for range loads that meters great through the Dillion measures.
  15. Just like last year, we will have the outstanding BBQ provided courtesy of the the Meat House. http://www.themeathouse.com/Home.aspx And as the custom every year, the raffle...Handgun shipping courtesy of Sig Sauer and Strum Ruger. Make a weekend out of it. Shoot some steels, eat some lobster, tour the Seacoast area and maybe take a course on Sunday.....
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