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14 minutes ago, Michael Britt said:

I tried a Google search and couldn't find the answer. Are privates sales of handgun ammo only illegal in NJ?

If a friend wanted to sell 5 boxes of 12 ga 3" Accutips for $20 each, what is the legal procedure?

Thanks.

18 years of age to buy rifle/shotgun ammo. FID card required for any ammo that can fired from a handgun

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On 1/2/2021 at 8:54 PM, Michael Britt said:

I tried a Google search and couldn't find the answer. Are privates sales of handgun ammo only illegal in NJ?

If a friend wanted to sell 5 boxes of 12 ga 3" Accutips for $20 each, what is the legal procedure?

Thanks.

It is only legal if he sells them to me!

I always thought rifle and shotgun ammo was ok.

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On 1/2/2021 at 9:09 PM, Bucndoe said:

18 years of age to buy rifle/shotgun ammo. FID card required for any ammo that can fired from a handgun

Not exactly true. Handgun “specific” ammo requires FID. Your statement would mean that buying .410 shotgun shells requires an FID and that’s not correct. Or that .22 ammo requires an FID. Also not true. 

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8 minutes ago, Shakyjake said:

Not exactly true. Handgun “specific” ammo requires FID. Your statement would mean that buying .410 shotgun shells requires an FID and that’s not correct. Or that .22 ammo requires an FID. Also not true. 

Any shop you go to will require it.  There are 2 places its written one says ammo specific to hand gun another says any ammo that can be fired from a hand gun.  The only ammo that does not require n fid is 12 or 20 guage.

 The only other exceptions I believe I could be wrong is a place that rents guns can sell ammo with out fid if being shot there 

Also a valid pistol permit can be used to purchase hand gun ammo as well as a permit to carry.

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5 minutes ago, Shakyjake said:

Not exactly true. Handgun “specific” ammo requires FID. Your statement would mean that buying .410 shotgun shells requires an FID and that’s not correct. Or that .22 ammo requires an FID. Also not true. 

Incorrect. See NJAC 13:54-3.14(b)

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