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Old August 23, 2009, 04:02 PM   #6
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Location: NJ, USA
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Another thing to consider is that if you decide to declare yourself a resident of PA (as in, PA driver's license, paying PA income taxes, etc.), you will have an easier time purchasing firearms than as a resident of NJ. When you are done with school, you can always move back to NJ (though I don't know why you'd want to), and, as long as the firearms are legal to possess in NJ (as I mentioned above with NJ's assault weapons ban), you may legally bring them into NJ, and you do not need to register them or anything.
I'm not afraid of the guy who wants many guns; I'm afraid of the guy who wants just one.
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