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Received a email saying I was approved for my ID card, and permits on Thanksgiving day 11-28-19 Your application for a New Jersey Firearm Purchaser Identification Card and/or Permit to Purchase a Handgun(s) has been approved by the issuing authority. The physical card/permit must be obtained at your issuing police department (as indicated on your application). Please be aware that to obtain this card/permit you must bring proof of identity (Picture ID with Name and Date of Birth) to the issuing police department. Now how long should it take for the Manalapan PD to contact me for picking up the ID, and permits? Manalapan PD only has 3 or 4 days per month on specific dates, and times you can pick them up once they contact you, which is kind of strange to me. Nov 4th 10am to 2pm Nov 11th 3pm to 7pm Nov 18th 10am to 2pm Nov 25th 3pm to 7pm Dec 2nd 10am to 2pm Dec 9th 3pm to 7pm Dec 16th 10am to 2pm
Hearings for the 1966 FID Law March 2 1966 Here is the link to the pdf of the actual hearings for A165 Public Hearing for the proposed Sills Act for the Firearms ID law on march 2 1966. Find out who opposed the law, who supported it, who attended the hearings, the politics of the time surrounding the proposal. Find out who Arthur Sills is and how he changed the way firearms were bought in New Jersey. This has been uploaded to Google Drive, made public and the link is below. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-_3nzDGTebjblYxTTF2R3VHcnM/edit?usp=sharing In addition, for those wishing to do more research on the history on New Jersey's Gun Laws. The two links below should be helpful. http://cemeterysgunblob.com/2012/01/14/when-did-new-jersey-become-so-anti-gun/ http://cemeterysgunblob.com/2012/01/15/when-did-new-jersey-become-so-anti-gun-part-deux/
Greetings to everyone from NNJ, I'm new to this forum. Glad to see a forum where someone can come for a gun related question. I am a flood victem and have lost my firearms ID card. I read on the NJ state police web site that I can go there and get a duplicate card, but then when speaking to my local town PD, they state that I have to go through them and go through the whole process again (3 month process with fees) in order to get a duplicate card. I called the state police and they aren't sure which is correct. I'm going to go there tomorrow (state police barracks in Totowa) and find out. Does anyone have any knowledge on this, which is correct? Also, is there a place online that I can look up my firearms ID number just to get the number? We've run out of money because of having to lift the house because of numerous floods, and have to sell off some firearms in order to pay for a couple of bills. Any info would be helpful, Thanks, Woody