You say in your last post that you are not a not a resident of Fl. If that is true and you acquired firearms in Fl that you want to bring to N.J., then you acquired them illegally in Fl and cannot bring them into NJ. You then say you would be treated like a resident of Fl in Fl. You might be, but it would be because you lied under oath if you acquired a firearm in Fl either from a FFL or in a private sale under FL law since you admit you are not a Fl resident. Just because you are are a joint tenant on a deed on property located in Fl. does not make you a Fl resident unless you also reside in Fl. If you reside at a residence in Fl and also reside at a residence in NJ, you might be a dual resident of both states, in which case if you are not under any disabilities in Fl regarding firearm acquisition, you can legally acquire a firearm in Fl and bring it back to N.J. What State is your DL in?. If it is in Fl and you are also on a deed that you probably are a Fl resident and possibly may be resident of NJ also. If your Dl is in NJ or another State, a Fl FFL will only transfer to you if the FFL is satisfied you have adequate secondary proof of Fl residence.
This is why the lawsuits need to continue unabated.
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