No more handguns in NJ...wow!

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    This makes me wonder about something. Is it legal to buy a gun from another state if you have a ccl permit from your state that is honored in the state you are buying the gun? This post has made me wonder if people from NJ will just go buy guns from the internet or from other states.
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    You get what you vote for...

    When crime becomes a daily thing in everyone's playground, then maybe enough people will awaken and fight back. Right now, the majority must like what's going on...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNUT View Post
    And the criminals will all be turning in their guns, knives, bats...etc...and pledging to turn over a new leaf.
    Hard to believe this is even part of America.
    Yeah, I guess criminals will have to get jobs now. Tisk.

    There's still some room in Tennessee if you like guns and interesting weather!

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    I guess this will solve the crime problem in Newark and Camden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mi2az View Post
    Make NJ part of Canada and forget about them. Gunnybunny, no offense to you. I would hate to put NJ as another Provence for you to deal with.
    No offence taken, but you can keep Jersey.

    As bad as we have it here, I can still buy as many as I want, whenever I want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma4 View Post
    This makes me wonder about something. Is it legal to buy a gun from another state if you have a ccl permit from your state that is honored in the state you are buying the gun? This post has made me wonder if people from NJ will just go buy guns from the internet or from other states.
    NO!

    You can only purchase, acquire or take possession of a handgun in your legal State of Residence.

    You can buy a handgun on the Internet, but it must be shipped to a licensed dealer in your home State.

    Like it or not, this is Federal law. I'm amazed, still, that so many people on this forum are not familiar with the laws governing purchase of handguns.


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    I agree with Tangoseal! Take it back.

    I left NJ in 94 and couldn't be happier here in VA. We have the one gun/month law here but it doesn't effect dealers, Leo, military, or chp holders. Also, I wouldn't be surprised if NY adopted a similar type bill, with their anti- mayor. He came here harping about our imaginary gun show loop-hole. That took some brass ones- Imo.
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    I'm sure that black market guns will be just as available as illegal drugs and illegal aliens. This stupid, unconstitutional law will just create another revenue source for the bad guys.
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    I cant stand Mayor Mike Bloomberg or "Shroomberg". He is a detestable man thinking he knows what is best for NY people. He is a moron and I am not sure why that bafoon continues to stay on the Republican ticket.

    Soon, I fear, that NY will follow NJ's lead in one gun a month restriction. The NYS legislature will probably pass the STUPID AND RIDICULOUS microstamping bill. Many politicians are stupid human beings and are better off being bums in the street where they wont harm other people so long as they are doped up. Bottom line is this:

    MANY POLITICIANS DONT UNDERSTAND THAT THE THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS IS FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT. THAT RIGHT IS STEEPED IN AMERICAN TRADTITION THAT SPANS OVER 2 CENTURIES. To say one is opposed to the 2nd amendment is to say one is UNAMERICAN.

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    It seems like for every two or three stories of states making things easier, creating common sense laws, or removing ******* laws, we hear of a state that ADDS to their growing list of ******* laws out of F.U.D. Sorry NJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetpilot007 View Post
    I cant stand Mayor Mike Bloomberg or "Shroomberg". He is a detestable man thinking he knows what is best for NY people. He is a moron and I am not sure why that bafoon continues to stay on the Republican ticket.
    He continues to be re-elected time after time because more idiots vote for him than the other hammerhead politicians.
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