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  1. According to 27 CFR 478.11 (http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2013-title27-vol3/xml/CFR-2013-title27-vol3-sec478-11.xml) Example 2 sounds like my Uncle's situation, which would mean to me that he would be considered a resident of NJ while staying here.
  2. To my knowledge, he purchased a Condo, so his name would be on the deed and he would be paying taxes. It is not just a summer rental/lease. Unsure how much of the year he would spend here vs FL. Could be around 50/50 since they're retired anyway.
  3. Thanks for the replies so far. I doubt he has a NJ DL or files NJ taxes. He just has a summer home, so he has a NJ address. I was thinking along the lines of what GRIZ said, but just wanted to see if that was acceptable. If not I'll have to have him bring it to an FFL when he's ready and do it there. Seems like quite a waste of time and money. I mean, if he has a NJ address, it should be fine. It's not a requirement to have an FID to sell a firearm or even own one, just to buy. Technically I'd think a DL isn't even required.
  4. Ok, I know the laws and saw the FAQ, but I'm not sure about this one. My uncle wants to give me a pistol. I know I need a permit, but the issue is his residency. He has a home in both Florida and NJ. Since he has a NJ address, is that good enough to proceed as a private sale face to face without an FFL? He likely doesn't have an FID since he used to be a cop in NJ, retired many years ago, and moved down to FL a few years ago. I haven't gotten all the details from him since he just mentioned it in passing, but it's likely his duty revolver since he said it's a .357, and I'm sure he got it long before the FID requirement, plus he was a cop anyway and may not have needed the FID at that time. Any advice on how to handle it? I'm guessing I would just get a permit and fill it out as a normal face to face transaction (which I've never done for handguns, so I don't even know how to fill out the permit), but what would I put in Seller's ID Card #? Obviously I can't put a FL DL. Or does his primary residence, and thus his DL, have to be NJ for it to qualify? He said he has no idea what all the crazy gun laws are in NJ, and when I told him I'd need a permit he said "Really? Even for family?". If it's needed, just wait until I tell him that he has to bring it to a NJ dealer to do the transfer.
  5. '10 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track 6MT (Daily Driver) '06 Mazda 3s 5MT (No longer driven, just waiting to clean it up to sell it) '01 GMC Sierra C3 (New to me, winter beater and Home Depot hauler) '08 Nissan Altima 2.5SL (Wife's, current family car) We plan to add probably a midsize SUV to the mix as the family-mobile now that we have a kid.
  6. I have a Hornady LNL AP. My setup is 1) Deprime/Resize 2) Flare 3) Powder Drop 4) Lockout Die 5) Bullet Seating Then I have a Lee breechlock challenger for FCD and then chamber gauge. I don't have a bullet feeder, so I don't need a separate station for that.
  7. According to the article on NJ.com, the police saw two guns on the back seat, eventually had the SUV towed to HQ and obtained a warrant to search. Who knows what the truth really is. http://www.nj.com/hunterdon-county-democrat/index.ssf/2013/05/conviction_upheld_for_man_moving_to_texas_with_suv_full_of_guns.html According to FOPA though, Emphasis added. Assuming the firearms were plainly visible in the vehicle (not in a case), then I don't think we can argue that they didn't have probable cause. Assuming they were in a case in the vehicle, does that constitute probable cause? Some of you have said no. I'm not sure since I'm not LE, but if there were a cardboard box that said "heroin" or "meth supplies", would that constitute probable cause? Or is an outward appearance leading you to believe something illegal is inside it not valid probable cause? Do you have to actually have sight of the illegal object?
  8. The questions were likely heavily biased as well. "Do you support or oppose laws that would greatly reduce gun violence?" "Do you support or oppose background checks that would prevent criminals from having firearms?" "Do you support or oppose closing the gun show loophole?"
  9. BTW, for anyone interested in getting into safety razors or straight razors, Badgerandblade.com has a TON of good information, and I tend to order my stuff from westcoastshaving.com when possible. They don't carry everything, but they have a lot. Be careful though. I've found it to be just like firearms. Once you start buying, it's hard to stop. I have no less than 6 nearly full containers of shaving cream and even more aftershave, and I'm currently filling a cart at westcoast to order more. Luckily I have a separate medicine cabinet from my wife, so she doesn't notice. And to answer the question of what I used before, I switched from the disposables. They never really gave me a good shave, barely better than electric, but with a lot of irritation. Now I pay $0.25 or less per blade that lasts 2-4 shaves, compared to the Mach 3 cartridge that costs what? About $3-4 a piece for the same number of shaves? It takes a little longer, but gives a much better result. And I've never tried pre-shave oil. I may have to give a shot, see if it makes a difference.
  10. Merkur 34C, Tweezerman brush (considering upgrading), Feather blades, and a variety of shaving creams and aftershaves. No pre-shave oil. Although lately I value sleep more than a good shave, so I use an electric before work, and the real thing on the weekends. Luckily mine grows slowly enough that if I do a real shave, I can get away with every other day, especially since it's horribly uncomfortable if I use a razor every day. When I use the electric though, I feel like I need to use it every 15 minutes to remove the 5 o'clock shadow, it never really gets a good shave.
  11. I think the key difference is that CTD and others stopped selling firearms altogether. This place rescinded the sale after learning his true reasons. The store is still selling any and all firearms...just not to Kelly.
  12. I don't think they can vote on these tomorrow. According to the NJLeg site, they can't have a second and third reading (vote after the third reading) on the same day unless 3/4 of the house agrees to vote on it. I'm not positive, but that's how it reads to me. http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/legislativepub/legprocess.asp
  13. When I heard the gentleman earlier speaking about reloaded ammo, and the Chairman said he didn't hear the question, that was when I knew they'd already made up their minds and are just patronizing the testimony at this point. As if I had any hope that they were actually going to listen.
  14. Here's another one from when I started wearing glasses last year. Not over-the-glasses, but I found it useful when I was looking. I wound up going with ESS ICE shields with the P-2B Rx Insert. I believe I paid about $100 for the 3-lens kit (clear, smoke, and amber) and the Rx Insert, and then $30 to have polycarb lenses put in the insert at Walmart. http://njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/30710-shooting-w-rx-glasses/page__fromsearch__1
  15. I've actually explained the process for purchasing a firearm and how drawn out it is and how long it can take. The response I got was "So? You get your guns eventually, right?" and "My niece just got her's and she didn't complain." I've countered both and get ridiculous responses back. I've even said "So it's ok to delay a right as long as you get it eventually?", to which they say "With guns, yes." I've found that they're not interested in facts or real arguments, just that we're restricted.
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