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Old 09-07-2012, 02:52 PM   #11
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My sister applied for a purchase permit 2 months ago. They called her on Tuesday to tell her that she forgot to sign the application. so either they are WAAAY behind or just getting back from their summer vacation and playing catch up

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My wife just turned in her paperwork on Tuesday. I was told it could take about a month. I'm excited for her!

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depending on the city and county, yes it should take about 30 days. MY town (long branch, in monmouth county) it took several months...

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Hey guys...not trying to hijack the thread but have any of you had to submit any extra forms like spousal consent or employer notification forms. Reason I ask is that the 2A society is trying to force towns to conform to state law that only requires the application form and the mental health waiver, anything else is illegal. If you have been required to submit anything else PM me and I'll get you the society contact info.

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Hey guys...not trying to hijack the thread but have any of you had to submit any extra forms like spousal consent or employer notification forms. Reason I ask is that the 2A society is trying to force towns to conform to state law that only requires the application form and the mental health waiver, anything else is illegal. If you have been required to submit anything else PM me and I'll get you the society contact info.
I did and complied. Long branch is one of the hold out cities from what I've read on the NJ2A site. I read it after I filled them out and was aware of the whole deal with additional forms.
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This is why I moved from nj. Its the same crop with building prmits. Applyed for a primit to install a generator at my dads house weighted 6 weeks. Then on top of that they issued the wrong pirmits. Dident even read the spects. It was a nightmare. Here in va I applyed for a building got it the next day. Cheep too. Same when I buy a gun. Same day

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Got the call, Picking up my papers in the am! So I now have ninety(?) days to find my 1911 of choice...wish me luck!

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Got the call, Picking up my papers in the am! So I now have ninety(?) days to find my 1911 of choice...wish me luck!
Awesome. What are you looking for? My ffl has a few Springfield and old colts available.
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Got the call, Picking up my papers in the am! So I now have ninety(?) days to find my 1911 of choice...wish me luck!
It took you 5 months to get papers to purchase a firearm that have to be used in 3 months? I'm just asking, I'm from Iowa and that just sounds crazy to me.
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It took you 5 months to get papers to purchase a firearm that have to be used in 3 months? I'm just asking, I'm from Iowa and that just sounds crazy to me.
Crazy as it sounds thats the truth. But it gets better, in NJ you can only purchase 1 handgun every 30 days so you cannot even stock up on permits to spread out your buys since the permit is only good for 90 days.
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