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About Charlespsu

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  1. Looking to sell my 200 round used FN 509 C Tactical FDE, 9mm This is an optics ready gun with iron night sights. Comes with (4) 10 round magazines, Original FN Case, with RMR parts, etc. Located in Flemington, but willing to meet within 45 mins at at FFL. Must go through FFL transfer, obviously and please have permit ready. Asking $800. First person to say “ I’ll take it” wins. https://fnamerica.com/products/fn-509-series/fn-509-compact-tactical-fde/
  2. Dude just drive.... I too am headed to Florida in a few weeks for a rented Airbnb, but I will be driving. I intend to have the gun unloaded in one locked case, the ammo in another locked case, and both cases in the back of my SUV- following transport laws I will likely stop off half way and spend the night, but again my setup will allow me to bring the guns into any hotel in any state along the way thanks to federal transport laws. I rented a private home in a rental/transient neighborhood and I intend to have a loaded gun soley for protection while in the house. One day I'll get permits, but in the meantime know the laws, bring a copy of the laws and you'll be fine
  3. Can I use 556 ar lower or do I need a 9mm lower? What's the barrel?
  4. I should add, I have read the following on NJ State Police and belief I'm A-OK here. The gun is certainly legal in NJ and I'm permitted to own it. If I inherit a firearm what must I do? Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C:58-3j, a firearm purchaser identification card and/or a handgun purchase permit shall not be required for the passing of a firearm upon the death of an owner thereof to his/her heir or legatee, whether the same by testamentary bequest or by the laws of intestacy. The firearm must be legal to possess in New Jersey and the person receiving the firearm shall not be prohibited by N.J.S.A. 2C:58-3c before receiving the firearm. If the heir or legatee does not qualify to acquire and possess the firearm, then ownership may be retained for a period not to exceed 180 days provided the firearm is transferred to the chief law enforcement officer of the municipality or the superintendent during such period. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. My father passed away recently. He had one gun- a Remington Police Magnum 870 shotgun. We went to purchase this gun together and it has some history to me. My siblings have offered me the gun and I'm thinking I can just drive to his apartment in PA, take possession of an unloaded shotgun, and bring it back here to NJ. I have an SUV and can transport shotgun in a small closed compartment. Unloaded of course- I could even break it down and plan to put a cable lock through it. I have an FOID(not address matching as I moved within the same town and haven't changed it) Anyone think this is pretty reasonable? Do I need to do an FFL transfer? As you can tell, I'm above board and I don't want to come even close to skirting a law....NJ has a habit of making citizens criminals. Thanks so much! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Headed up to PennState for the weekend and planning to hit Scotia Gun range. Can I bring my guns from NJ into PA for the weekend? Of course separate ammo and gun locked boxes. Worried about guns in Hotel Rooms and of course traveling through NJ! Worth the risk??? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Hahahaha yea you go first! Take the felony and let us know how it works out for you! You have options... leave the state. Me? I'll use 10 rd mags and keep being a donator to 2a causes and hope something changes Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. The ban is happening...can't stop it. But hey, catch a felony and fight the man. I make way too much money to go to prison! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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