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so ive finally decided to sell an inline muzzleloader that ive had for about a year on this site. i bought the gun a year ago in PA before i had my nj FID card. i also live at a different address than whats on my license and FID. before you ask why i havent changed it over its because i didnt want to have to wait for 6 months for trenton PD to give me a new FID, and i needed to buy some guns. yes i changed my address with the DMV. all that being said, how big of a deal is it for me to transfer over a firearm in NJ. i wanted to give you guys first crack at it because its gonna be a great deal. thanks for any help.
 

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FID and a muzzleloader, and a description and picture
 

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i have those! lol isnt there like a form or something? or do i have to bring it to a gun shop?
 

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no just go on NJSP website and print out the fire arm transfer form (2 copies) fill them out one goes to you the other to the buyer. Keep them for your own records. Not even sure if you need one for ML, do they do a NIC check when you buy one?
 

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Do those papers need to be filed with a state agency or just kept by the seller for proof of the transaction?
 

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All you need is form SP-634 Certificate of Eligibility. Buyer needs a FID no nics.
Correct. Your paperwork doesn't matter, it's the buyers that counts.

Do those papers need to be filed with a state agency or just kept by the seller for proof of the transaction?
Seller just keeps a copy. (buyer should too...)


Or, both seller and buyer can take a ride to PA to do the transaction with zero paperwork.... (The muzzleloader magically loses it's "firearm" status when you cross the Delaware river)
 
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