New Jersey Instant NICS Delays, Your Voice Is Being Heard – Keep It Up

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New Jersey Instant NICS Delays, Your Voice Is Being Heard – Keep It Up
New Jersey Second Amendment Society
New Jersey Second Amendment Society

New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- We have been getting reports that the Attorney General's Office is getting the message from NJ citizens that we are not going to sit back and accept these delays.

The NJ2AS is currently investigating our legal options, and it is more important than ever for you to register your complaint.

Please do so by:

  • EMAIL – [email protected] Emailing is EXTREMELY important because it is a physical record of your complaint. And make sure that you use the word complaint, as in “I would like to make a formal complaint about the delays in the processing of NICS checks”. Make sure that you give your name. If you can, use the option to receive both a received and a read receipt. Most email client's allow this option.
  • PHONE – (609) 984-5828. FOLLOW UP with a phone call. Use the same or similar words, “I would like to make a formal complaint about the delay in the processing of NICS checks” Make sure that they record your name. If they say that they received your email, just politely ask that they take your name down “just in case”.
  • FAX (609) 292-3508. FOLLOW UP with a FAX. Just one more physical record of your formal complaint.

You efforts will most DEFINITELY help if we are able to initiate a lawsuit. They will not be able to deny that this is a PERVASIVE problem for which they have received NUMEROUS complaints. PLEASE KEEP THIS ACTIVITY UP AT A HIGH LEVEL. If you want these delays to end, you must participate in this campaign.

Thank you,
Frank Jack Fiamingo
President – NJ2AS
NOW IS THE TIME!!!

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New Jersey Second Amendment Society – Our mission is to promote the free exercise of Second Amendment rights within the community and Legislature of New Jersey, to educate the community regarding the enjoyable, safe, and responsible use of firearms, and to engender a sense of camaraderie and fellowship among the members and their families. Visit: www.nj2as.com

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    June 19,2013- Let me be the first to announce that starting today the NJSP started taking call ins again! The NICS might be fixed!

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    Come on FFL dealers, there is a way around the states BS, quoteing Federal Law; Section 25.2—Definition of “Open” transaction: “Open” means those non-canceled transactions where the FFL has not been notified of the final determination. In cases of “open” responses, the NICS continues researching potentially prohibiting records regarding the transferee and, if definitive information is obtained, communicates to the FFL the final determination that the check resulted in a proceed or a deny. An “open” response does not prohibit an FFL from transferring a firearm after three business days have elapsed since the FFL provided to the system the… Read more »