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Does N.J. require that dealers see your Firearm I.D. Card prior to selling you ammo & make a record of the transaction?

 

Not long gun ammunition. Pistol calibers yes.

 

Some stores do anyway, but for shotgun and rifle there "typically" isn't any check.

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FID for handgun ammo, drivers for rifle to verify age.

 

Most stores have just adopted policy that you need FID for any ammo. Alot simpler.

 

Same for powder i believe... or on one of the components.

 

Not sure of the actual laws, but I know when I bought powder at Sportsmen's Center and 777 at Cheyane, they recorded it and asked to see my drivers license.

 

I've bought primers in person without any ID.

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