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Questions Pertaining To Getting FFL In NJ

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Hello all,

if any FFL in NJ on the forum would be willing to answer some questions and go over the process  of getting an FFL in NJ I would appreciate it. 

I already own and run one business and I'm the course of acquiring office space for my existing business I am renting out an old bank, vault and all. I am looking at monetizing this vault as it is currently empty space. I have experience running a business and the property is zoned commercial and professional offices. I looked over the townships zoning ordinance and town ordinances and nothing prohibits the sale of fire arms. They only prohibit the storage and sale ammunition. I can work around that. 

If anyone would be willing to answer some questions via PM that would be great.

 

Thank you ,

Alex

 

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