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Old 01-18-2013, 11:45 PM   #101
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ok, thank you all for the valuable information that i have read on this site.

One of my original questions( which was not answered) was if i find a private sale by someone who is a NJ resident can i purchase the semi auto rifle in PA and then transport the sa rifle across to nj?

JPYLE, i think you hit the nail on the head

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ok, thank you all for the valuable information that i have read on this site.

One of my original questions( which was not answered) was if i find a private sale by someone who is a NJ resident can i purchase the semi auto rifle in PA and then transport the sa rifle across to nj?

JPYLE, i think you hit the nail on the head
Re the unanswered question...why would you want to? Meet up with him in NJ, show him your FOID and fill out the certificate of eligibility. That's all there is to it, NJ does permit face to face sales. Only hassle would be the gun itself, it has to be NJ legal to enter the state or you need to transport it in parts.
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Re the unanswered question...why would you want to? Meet up with him in NJ, show him your FOID and fill out the certificate of eligibility. That's all there is to it, NJ does permit face to face sales. Only hassle would be the gun itself, it has to be NJ legal to enter the state or you need to transport it in parts.
Or complete the conversion before it enters NJ. That would be the best recommendation. You don't want to get caught importing a prohibited firearm of any sort.
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I like most all of these comments. Being an FFL holder and go to 20 to 30 gun shows a year I have a good perspective on all this question. First I feel that the media loves all the confusion, and there is a lot of it. I live in northern lower Michigan, and winter in south Texas. First, I can purchase non class 3 firearms all over the US using my FFL, from other FFLs or independents non licensed sellers. It is true that most all gun-show producers are complying with ATF requests to report gun dealers tables, but as anyone who goes to gun shows very often knows that are vendors that have all kinds of stuff for sale and I've seen a few guns slip in that way, but I think that offense is insignificant. I witnessed a woman from a mid-west state at a TX gun show sell a used 5 shot Rossi revolver to a dealer, cash money, no paper exchange at all, the ATF probably wouldn't like that. The big problem is the private sale to another private party, which would also would include garage sales and any other kind of sale venue. If that's the direction Washington is going, you could end up not being to sell anything privately, its just a big mess. Wagoosh.

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