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So my first house is paid off and me and my wife are getting a new house.  We're not selling the old house, so can I keep my current FFID at my present address or do I need to change it to my new address?  Then are there any issues with moving the firearm's between the houses?  The new house is in the same town, if that matters.

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On 11/17/2020 at 9:41 AM, lhrocker said:

So my first house is paid off and me and my wife are getting a new house.  We're not selling the old house, so can I keep my current FFID at my present address or do I need to change it to my new address?  Then are there any issues with moving the firearm's between the houses?  The new house is in the same town, if that matters.

@lhrocker So now we "pull teeth" to get the full story:

Are both houses in the same town being used as YOUR residence OR is your intention to rent the old house to someone and transfer all your worldly possessions, including your firearms, to the "new house"?  If you're moving out of the old house, and changing your driver's license, you'll need to get a new Yellow Card.

Even if you rent it out, it's still property YOU OWN, so you're allowed to patrol it armed.  Hair-splitting is a specialty of mine, so...

You can own many houses (or vacant lots) in NJ's 21 counties, and carry or store firearms at any of them, provided they are secured and away from prying hands...OR transport any number of firearms TO them at any time day or night.  I've written about this several times in the past. :) 

Rosey

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7 minutes ago, lhrocker said:

Both houses are in the same town, about 15 minutes between them.  No plans on renting them at any time - will be given to my kids.  Will probably split time between the 2 so no moving anything out.

I concur with @JohnnyB .  This is a total non-issue as you're maintaining both as residences.  Buy 5 more and you'll get the same answer :)  Both residences are where you'll be residing, so BOTH are EXEMPT LOCATIONS.  

Rosey

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