Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
BullzeyeNJ

My ship has come in...

Recommended Posts

I'm sure he got his 7 the same way I applied for my 8; you put the number you want in the 'Quantity of Permits' box at the top of the application.

 

Bullzeye, if you don't mind:

 

1. Did you go through NJSP?

2. If yes, when did you apply? (I applied for 8 on 7/23)

3. When did you submit your exemption? (I applied for mine on 10/29)

 

Thanx in advance.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm sure he got his 7 the same way I applied for my 8; you put the number you want in the 'Quantity of Permits' box at the top of the application.

 

Dwamp, if you don't mind:

 

1. Did you go through NJSP?

2. If yes, when did you apply? (I applied for 8 on 7/23)

3. When did you submit your exemption? (I applied for mine on 10/29)

 

Thanx in advance.

Im not the OP. you want to ask BullzeyeNJ.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm sure he got his 7 the same way I applied for my 8; you put the number you want in the 'Quantity of Permits' box at the top of the application.

 

Dwamp, if you don't mind:

 

1. Did you go through NJSP?

2. If yes, when did you apply? (I applied for 8 on 7/23)

3. When did you submit your exemption? (I applied for mine on 10/29)

 

Thanx in advance.

Also, it souds like you just applied for 8 permits the regular way. If you didn't file for an exemption and just applied for 8 P2Ps theres no way youll be able to use them all . most youll be able to use is 6 even if you file for an extension.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

how long did the exemptions take?  I mailed mine in 2 weeks ago.

 

Mine took about 3 months. It was the processing of the multiple exemption form by the NJSP that took most of the time. Once my local PD got that approved form back from the NJSP it was quick to get the actual pistol purchasers permits since my town is good with that.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm sure he got his 7 the same way I applied for my 8; you put the number you want in the 'Quantity of Permits' box at the top of the application.

 

Bullzeye, if you don't mind:

 

1. Did you go through NJSP?

2. If yes, when did you apply? (I applied for 8 on 7/23)

3. When did you submit your exemption? (I applied for mine on 10/29)

 

Thanx in advance.

 

1. I submitted my exemption form to my local PD and they mailed it to the NJSP

 

2. I handed it into my local PD on 8/20 then they mailed it to NJSP. Also submitted my application for pistol permits at the same time but they could not process that until I got my exemption approved.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

OK, thank you. Good luck with your collection.

 

In summer 2012 my permits took 14 weeks and the exemption 3 weeks. All solely through NJSP.

 

Now I'm past 18 weeks on the permits, and 4 weeks on the exemption. When I sent the exemption I included a very polite letter requesting they be issued by 11/30 since two of my transactions are GSSF blue labels that are calendar sensitive. As of today my checks haven't even been cashed. Faint hope.

 

So it's still Handgun Guantanamo for me and my pistols.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

OK, thank you. Good luck with your collection.

 

In summer 2012 my permits took 14 weeks and the exemption 3 weeks. All solely through NJSP.

 

Now I'm past 18 weeks on the permits, and 4 weeks on the exemption. When I sent the exemption I included a very polite letter requesting they be issued by 11/30 since two of my transactions are GSSF blue labels that are calendar sensitive. As of today my checks haven't even been cashed. Faint hope.

 

So it's still Handgun Guantanamo for me and my pistols.

how are you using 2 gssf coupons in one year?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Alpo: The GSSF states that you can use one Blue Label purchase coupon per calendar year. I don't know that Glock sends out specific instructions to it's dealers on what constitutes the actual 'purchase'. My FFL and I discussed this, and concluded it's the date the pistol is transferred to the purchaser, and the ATF 4473 is completed. If we're correct, then I can transfer one Blue Label pistol before 12/31/13, and the second after 1/1/14 and meet their policy.

 

Frankly, if my permits are delayed until January, I will call GSSF and ask for dispensation. My opinion is they should not object to me transferring both pistols in 2014 if I'm being held up by my state. I was ready to take them in August.

 

I see this morning the check for my permits was cashed yesterday. We'll see when the permits arrive.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

HOLY COW !!!!  Santa has been good to you. :kingxmas:

 Are the 1911's  collector type guns or shooters? 

 

Oh, the 1911s I got were...

 

1. Nighthawk Falcon 45acp

 

2. Custom CT Brian Colt 1911 45acp

 

3. Marian Carniak Custom Springfield 1911 45acp

 

4. Matt McLearn Custom Caspian 1911 45acp race gun

 

5. Rare newer edition Colt Factory Series 80 9mm 1911

 

 

Three shooters and two collectibles. They are all shooters but the CT Brian and the Colt 9mm are not ever going to be carried or see alot of range time.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
Sign in to follow this  

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.



  • Supporting Vendors

  • Latest Topics

  • Posts

    • This has been my experience at OB as well, using both a red dot (Holosun) and Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6.
    • 20 or 24" depending on what is easier to get for which model gun. There was hot demand for 20" barrels but it has mostly died out. First because they mostly ship with 24" ones in the popular brands and second is that in most locations, the "right"  setup is with a 12 round tube. At that point the tube is longer than a 24" barrel, so why spend money trying to get a 20" barrel for something shipping with a 24.  If you can get one with factory fixed sights at that length, that's really the sweet spot.  The shotgun in 3 gun is stupid and entirely impractical. it's an ungainly mess that you would never try to manipulate in an interior space outside of a warehouse or a big box store. IMO it should be 18" barrels with 8 round tubes as the norm as that is a very handy package when set up right. But that's not the way things have shaken out. It's the gamiest part of the game.  That being said, 18" barrels that accept chokes can be at a disadvantage at some matches. 18" cylinder bore barrels with no choke are near useless for 3 gun. I tried 18" with a choke because NJ (and 18" with a 6 round tube is not a bad setup in terms of looks or ergonomics), but outside of it being a mossberg 930  and having the associated reliability issues and problematic manual of arms, it just was sub optimal with choke selection. Where others shooitng 20-24 could put on a cylinder choke and shoot whole arrays while picking up freebies from the spread, I'd start getting donut holes in my patterns with some ammo.  Shotgun isn't about what is practical or most right, it's about what is the least wrong choice for a competitive advantage. Given that, it's a place where the wisdom of the crowd is a bit more correct than typical.   
    • Work around - don't get the real id. Do it online. Then pick a different less busy line in the form of getting a passport card. It is accepted for flights. Heck a passport might be as well if you already have one. 
    • Thanks - I was fairly sure that was the case. If anyone else is interested: I found the guidance form the NSSF here ( http://www2.nssf.org/l/127421/2020-04-28/42prlx ) that says as much and even references/links the ATF guidance for these situations.
    • You are going to be fine. oakridge is saying exactly what you were told by your local PD. While your physical DL shows it expired, the computer systems will show it was extended due to the wuhu flu and, therefore, valid. 
×
×
  • Create New...