Will number of denials spike with new law?
Unless you live under a rock, you know that Corzine finally got to sign that law that limits honest people to buying one handgun per month. Of course, it wasn’t possible to buy 13 a year now anyway, but 13 is now the limit. (Yes there are 12 months but the way it works out is up to 13).
More importantly however is that gun rights in New Jersey has taken a big step back. Thus, I’m afraid that denials will spike and that they have actually already started. I’ve been very, very successful with the many gun permit applications that I have handled. However, I have noticed an increase in the amount of denials that other people have had.
It seems like no matter what I do, my service is not getting out there until it is too late. As a result, the amount of calls I have received for appeals has really jumped over the past few weeks. I doubt this will slow down any time soon. As if it wasn’t bad enough, some police departments won’t even give a reason for the denial!
I’ll keep fighting the good fight and blogging about it.
Posted on September 7, 2009, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
I was wondering if you’ve read the bill just signed by Corzine and interpret it as retailers also being able to replenish stock at the one-gun-a-month rate?
The bill is aimed at curtailing straw buyers. Thus, I don’t think it will impact how many guns a retailer can buy.
The head of the One Gun a Month task force admits retailers will also be bound by the OGAM provision. They’re having to go back and make exceptions to the law because the stupid politicians probably didn’t read or understand what they signed onto.
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