You are correct, but we have to mention the Multiple Handgun Exemption. That exemption has rules and criteria you must follow. The main one is when you apply for it you must specify all the handguns you wish to buy at once and their serial numbers. That implies you have all the handguns you want waiting somewhere with someone who will transfer them to you after the exemption is approved and you exercise it. This used to be based in paper forms, but is now done digitally in FARS.
I just updated this post. There are no forms to download. The FARS application process will ask right up front if you want to apply for a Multiple Handgun Exemption. The PDF file I originally referenced was only useful instruction to a dealer on how to properly execute a MHE.
I have used at least four of these exemptions when it was appropriate.
The hunting license is all online right now, with exception to the live fire part. It's pretty easy and self-paced. I had no prior knowledge or experience with hunting and I was able to complete it easily. I used to live in Parsippany on Baldwin Rd! I also signed up for Cherry Ridge online, and their mandatory safety meeting is currently online as well. If you have any questions or need help, don't be afraid to reach out.
Wow good to know, I'm in Parsippany. I called Cherry Ridge last week and I told them I wanted to sign up (which I will do this week).
I am now reading about the hunting license requirements. I hope to have this completed asap and I will let you know. Thanks for the info.