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So my PD, like most in the state, can take a few months to issue my pistol permits. My problem is that I like to periodically browse for handguns to purchase. Now, for an online sale, I can buy and have it sit at my FFL until the permit matures.
The problem for me arises when it comes to a private/face to face sale. If I want to buy and avoid FFL and NICS fees, it would mean that I'd need a pistol permit ready. But since they can take months to process, this is rarely the case. Obviously one solution is to involve a FFL and pay more fees.
One other solution is to just apply for pistol permits every 6 months since they are valid for that long (including extension). This way I suppose I could always be ready for a local NJ private sale (and let them expire if I don't find anything I like)...
Would there be any legal problems with this? Any other ideas or solutions? What do you do if you like to buy pistols relatively often?
There is a lot of pro-gun info in the article. Nice job on the interview!
Unsurprisingly the article is pretty biased overall.
You would think domestic-violence groups would be more balanced on their stance. I would imagine the victims of DV would benefit more from legal ownership/carry than the perpetrators.