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  1. Hi all, Not sure if this is the correct forum, so apologizes if it's not...Potentially moving from NJ to NY or CONN. I have an NJ FID and own several handguns legally here. Wondering what the legal procedure is for transferring these to NY/CONN and what i need to do for the equal permit as well. TIA
  2. anyone use this? looks cool, but not sure. any intel would be great https://www.strikeman.io/products/shop TIA
  3. I'd like to think that this could be possible here, but nothing in this state works the way it should and does elsewhere. But i'm hoping!
  4. So here's a question on that. Before I had my FID, I bought a BB rifle on eBay. I probably need to register that? if so, how do I do that? I've since acquired a BB pistol as well, so prob need to register that as well—I've heard I need to apply for the same permits as purchasing an actual firearm, correct? I also have an AirSoft, which shoots plastic BBs. NO need to register this one? thanks
  5. I think you still cannot shoot them anywhere except a gun range, correct? Not in your backyard, not in a forest preserve, etc. (Basically Unlike pretty much every other state in this country).
  6. Yeah, I sure as hell won't be paying any more tax to this state than I already am...Sorry, I agree with you 100%!
  7. Really? I never knew this. How do "they" know? I mean every time I've bought something online from an out-of-state website (as long as they don't have a presence in NJ), I've never paid sales tax nor a "use tax".
  8. I've only ever bought online. Most places offer either FREE shipping, or a i fixed price which is also pretty cheap. You won't pay any tax either, so that's a big savings. My FFL in Union NJ charges $35 for the transfer, so it's a great way to go. Good luck!
  9. ahhh, good to know! thanks for that tip!
  10. Haha, thanks! I bought the thing only because I liked the look of it. I've not even shot it and I'm sure as hell not taking it to a proper range to do so. guess it'll stay stored away indefinitely. Thanks for the tip! Hope NJ comes around like the rest of the country, and soon
  11. I missed the 1968 part. My point was just about how ridiculous it is, and how I managed to get one via Ebay, a couple years ago. Anyway...
  12. I still cannot believe that this state requires a permit, to purchase and own a BB gun...And, from what I've heard, the only place you can legally shoot them, is at a gun range!? I bought one years ago from someone on Ebay. They sent it to my home in NJ, no questions asked. I guess at some point i should probably apply for a permit and register it...*Sigh*
  13. I've been waiting a week now for my NICS to come back. I'm sure everything is pretty backed up.
  14. I guess you're probably correct. I"m having a hard time understanding the rules for this category. Seems silly all the stipulations that can/cannot be, in order to make these types legal.
  15. Couldn't really find the answer, apologizes since I'm new at trying to understand the NJ laws. is this legal? https://www.atlanticfirearms.com/products/gsg-mp40-9mm-pistol Someone mentioned maybe not b/c of the "50oz", which i'm not clear on. Is that the mag weight? if so, would it be legal with the 10RD mag? Would love to be enlightened on what types of rifles and the like are legal here in NJ thanks!
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