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  1. The no duty to retreat from ones dwelling is codified in 2C:3-4. Just one of those NJ Myths that we don't have a Castle Doctrine and have to run from our home.
  2. If it is a sporting arm it can be sent to a FFL01 and they do not need to import mark it. You still need an import permit. Military arms must be C&R and original configuration and must be shipped to FFL08. Permits are filed here. Once approved depending on the country being sent from permits then get filed there or simply sent to FFL08. Cost for a single firearm is going to be close to $1k. I have imported multiple times from a few countries. I try to get costs down to around $250 a firearm. It is nearly impossible unless you have a friend in the other country who is willing to help you and you trust them. All firearms imported by a FFL08 must be import marked. Pre 1898 non NFA are not considered firearms and no permits are needed on a federal level. No you can't import cheap SVT or SKS there are other laws, treaties, and EOs that impact what can be imported and what can not.
  3. $600-$700 non matching and stock looks at a minimum agressively cleaned. Though on GunBroker you will probably get $1,200.
  4. ITAAR no longer restricts scopes except those with certain thermal and night vision capabilities.
  5. NJ Definition of Antique Firearm fromNJAC Title 13 Chapter 54 Antique firearm" means any firearm, which is incapable of being fired or discharged, or which does not fire fixed ammunition regardless of the date of manufacture, or was manufactured before 1898, for which cartridge ammunition is not commercially available, and is possessed as a curiosity or ornament or for its historical significance or value. First in regards to FID a) No person, other than a licensed or registered retail or wholesale dealer, shall receive, purchase or otherwise acquire a rifle, shotgun or antique cannon, other than an antique rifle or shotgun, unless that person possesses and exhibits a valid firearms purchaser identification card. No person shall sell, give, transfer, assign or otherwise dispose of a rifle, shotgun or antique cannon, other than an antique rifle or shotgun, to a person other than a licensed or registered retail or wholesale dealer unless the buyer or receiver possesses and exhibits a valid firearms purchaser identification card. No person shall sell or acquire a sawed-off shotgun. (b) No person, other than a licensed or registered retail or wholesale dealer shall receive, purchase or otherwise acquire a handgun unless that person possesses and exhibits a permit to purchase a handgun. No person shall sell, give, transfer or assign or otherwise dispose of a handgun to a person other than a licensed or registered retail or wholesale dealer unless the buyer or receiver possesses and exhibits a valid permit to purchase. (c) The provisions of (a) and (b) above shall not apply to the Armed Forces of the United States, the National Guard or to a law enforcement agency; provided that such transactions are authorized in writing by the appropriate governmental entity as provided by this chapter. Then in regards to Dealers No rifle or shotgun, except antique rifles or shotguns, shall be delivered to any person, other than a licensed or registered retail or wholesale dealer or manufacturer, or a law enforcement agency as provided in this chapter, 5. No handgun shall be delivered to any person, other than a licensed or registered retail or wholesale dealer or manufacturer, or a law enforcement agency as provided by this chapter, unless: Both times there is an exception for antique rifle or shotgun.
  6. @JasonSeidman maybe you have the answer
  7. NJ does recognize FFL03 under new law but still can't have shipped to house. However FFL03 to FFL03 transfers of C&R firearms does not require a FFL01. Also there is no such thing as an antique handgun in NJ, so yes black powder pistols do require a permit. Even matchlocks require a permit.
  8. The reason I asked about commerically available ammo is that is a requirement for a rifle to be an antique in NJ, that ammo is not commerically available and it is made prior to 1898.
  9. Is 41 Swiss Rimfire commercially available, not 41 Remington? If not then 1878 Swiss Verterelli rifle would be antique in NJ and able to be shipped to house no? BB rifles can not because they don't meet antique rifle definition in NJ. Can anyone site where they can not be shipped?
  10. Would this compressor work for running autoshop lifts and airtools, or is it an overkill.
  11. Yes very happy with my E8 but it is kind of loud so don't get to use it daily because I am up and out at least an hour before the family.
  12. I stopped reading at AVB's suggest that typical houses have balloon framing. Not since the 1920s has balloon framing been in widespread use. 2x6 depends on the span for code. However if you aren't planning on putting heavy items in the attic and are only using for storage the 2'x2' 3/4 T&G would be the easiest to install and best bet. If you are really concerned with strengthening then add 2"x10" joists. Its an overkill and completely unnecessary IMO. You can also reduce the load some by installing collar ties between the ceiling joists and roof rafters.
    Steve has some of the best prices around and you can't beat the conversation. Highly recommend.
  13. Tapatalk still doesn't work. For those complaining about ads in Tapatalk spend the $1 for the pro version.
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