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Want to sell multiple items, everything must go! 1. Sig Sauer P290RS (restrike trigger) with 2 holsters and 3 magazines - $225 2. AR15 upper (unknown mfg) with 16" bbl and NJ legal muzzle device, no bolt. Quad rail sold separately. Barrel needs to be tightened up - $125 --- SOLD 3. Authentic M16A1 retro furniture: pistol grip, stock, and triangular handguards - $25 for all of it --- SOLD 4. A2 Stock (blemish) - $20 5. Blackhawk SERPA holsters for Glock 19 and Glock 21 and other parts - $15 each, $35 for everything 6. P320 grips, Gen 1, medium. Qty: 2 compact (one black, one sprayed OD green) and 1 full size in black - $15 each 7. AR15 quad rail, non-free float, for carbine length - $40 --- SOLD OR BEST OFFER! I want to sell these items and get some cash in my pocket. For local pickup only in Morristown, NJ. Valid pistol permit and driver's license required for pistol.
Hey guys, I've been wondering if it is legal in NJ to build your own gun (for simplicity's sake, we'll leave this at long arms). I'd imagine you'd need your FID and it'd need to be fully compliant with "evil features" game. I couldn't find anything specificying the legality of building you own weapon while skimming over the NJ Gun Laws Summary thread. I see that defacing a serial number off of a gun is illegal, but it doesn't say anything about already not having a serial number. I also see that a disassembled weapon is legally considered a weapon, but possessing and FID would make that alright. Under federal law, this is legal as long as the weapon is never distributed or sold to other people. Any thoughts, guys? PS - I'm talking about using a stripped lower that doesn't have a serial number or is considered the "main part" of the firearm since's it's just a piece of metal. Here's what I mean... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30i_6awxEG4&list=UUH4AvY-w65ytgB16oNS4iTQ&index=4