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  1. Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    Unlike NY, NJ does not have mandatory registration. I do believe that only NY "requires" you to send you guns out by FFL when you move....
    Ahhhhh, New York! What a miserable state to be in (a great state to have LEFT BEHIND!).

    I left the land of (Up)Chukkie Schumer, Dhimmi Blumberg and (Not-so)Hillarious Hillary--for the State of Arizona.

    ---Talk about a breath of fresh air!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HootmonSccy View Post
    You mentioned your guns are Registered (I presume in NJ)... You need to find out if you need to "un-register" them as you are leaving the state.
    to the OP, Congratulation on your escape from the "Prison State". I also escaped 7 years ago to Virginia, but will be heading out to either Arizona or New Mexico in the next few years.
    FYI
    As far as "unregistering" you NJ firearm...technically NJ doesn't have firearms registration, although when you bought them you were required to get a purchase permit (another bs story from the state since the purchase permit has all your info & the weapon serial #) Anyhow...As per the NJ State Police, I was told there is no way to remove this permit info with NJ unless you sell them to another NJ resident and their purchase permit will supersede yours.
    (then again we all know they talk out of their A$$)
    This is my dilemma with my NJ bought handguns, the only way you should sell them (if you wanted) is via an FFL. This way they will document the transfer.
    If not, they will also come back to you.

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    You shouldn't have any problems with transport if you keep them in a locked container separate from ammo in your trunk. Do avoid stopping in Illinois as the federal transport law no longer covers you if you stop for ANYTHING, including gas.
    I have to think 2x every time before I cross the Mississippi River into the state run by gun hating chicago politicians. Without an illinois FOID card, even possession of a gun is illegal.

    Now that said if you do decide to go through illinois (which I don't endorse or recommend), keep them stored properly, don't give the leo's any reason to stop you, and do not consent to any searches.
    An armed society is a polite society.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabrera View Post
    This is my dilemma with my NJ bought handguns, the only way you should sell them (if you wanted) is via an FFL. This way they will document the transfer.
    If not, they will also come back to you.
    So could you FFL them from NJ to yourself at an Arizona Gun Shop?? Would that get them off the list in NJ?? It would cost something, but at least the slate would be clean.. Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    I don't know about advice but I know what I'd be singing all the way to the state line

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    How about "Go West" by the Viliage People as well?

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    want some advice? first, have a huge party; I was raised in Joisey and wouldn't go back if you paid me ... second, get ready to have a ball in gun-friendly AZ, where people don't treat you like you're poison because you happen to believe in the right of free people to defend themselves and their loves ones with the proper tools for the job ... third, wave if you're passing through Texas!
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