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PK90

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About PK90

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  1. If we follow the Federal requirements for purchasing from a dealer, it should be enough for a face to face. A Government issued document(s) containing Photo, DOB and address is all that is required. As long as the address on the 4473, COE or P2P matches an address on one of the documents, that should be good enough for a transfer. Sent from an undisclosed location via Tapatalk
  2. A FPID never expires. It becomes invalid when one becomes prohibited. Moving is not a disqualifier. The addresses need not match. Yes, the law says one needs to change their address in 30 days, but there is no penalty. It does not become invalid. I've talked to county prosecutors about this and they agree. Sent from my SM-T350 using Tapatalk
  3. I learned not to listen to what they say. [emoji12] You'll get a different answer from someone else, or even the same person on a different day. I follow what the law says. Sent from an undisclosed location via Tapatalk
  4. There is another one for $75 back for NJ. https://www.smith-wesson.com/mp-rebate-v1
  5. Not finding it. Got a specific statute? Changing an address was never a disability, unless it has changed since 2013. That is what I am asking.
  6. The Pawn Shop would have paid the $250 to the guy when he pawned it, so they would be out the money? Or did you pay it to get your gun?
  7. Apparently I left NJ before the law changed. Can someone provide the wording of the law that makes a FPID invalid if one moves? Sent from my SM-T350 using Tapatalk
  8. He is actual right most often. He just doesn't know it.
  9. [emoji106] Sent from an undisclosed location via Tapatalk
  10. PITA friend is also Cheap
  11. Everything you currently own in NYC should be legal here. Nothing to do in NJ to keep them. There is no mandatory registration or permit needed to own them. Sent from an undisclosed location via Tapatalk
  12. Is it a complete rifle? If yes, then: Make: Spikes Tactical Action: Semi-Auto Rifle Model: ST15 (i assume) Caliber: (whatever the barrel is) Serial #: (self explanatory) If it does not have a barrel, then: Make: Spikes Tactical Action: eceier Model: ST15 (i assume) Caliber: None Serial #: (self explanatory)
  13. Haha. Just like people think if a police officer is outside his jurisdiction, he can't arrest you. Whatwa