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Last firearm I bought was a year ago this time;  nics was same day, about an hour or 2.  Fast forward to today - 7 to 10 days for todays purchase!!!

sheesh.   it was funny though listening to the first time buyers that were next to me moaning about it and sad at the same time. 

oh well, carry on.

 

cheers

AM

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Just now, Old Glock guy said:

Isn't it supposed to be that if they can't get the check done in three days, they have to process the transaction without it?  I believe that's federal law, but I guess it doesn't pertain in NJ?

Since Murphy gun law package, No NJ FFL is allowed to transfer any weapon without the STN the state provides after they complete a NICS. 

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The underlying 'problem' is that We the People  Servants of NJ are still buying firearms like mad. And it got worse after the recent shooting and police incidents. Last week the wait queue jumped back up to over 5,000.

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2 hours ago, 0Jeep4 said:
2 hours ago, Old Glock guy said:

Isn't it supposed to be that if they can't get the check done in three days, they have to process the transaction without it?  I believe that's federal law, but I guess it doesn't pertain in NJ?

Since Murphy gun law package, No NJ FFL is allowed to transfer any weapon without the STN the state provides after they complete a NICS. 

Even at that . . . It was MAY, not MUST . . . It was up to the FFL.

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28 minutes ago, pjd832 said:

Today’s purchase was 13 seconds after the ffl hit submit on the timer on the site for me to get the proceed.... was 10 seconds last week I feel your guys pain

What does that mean?  You got NICS approval in 13 seconds?

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