I've got ALL of you beat!.... I live in New Jersey! , home of the most Draconian gun laws in the union. Here's a sample
Hollowpoint rounds are Illegal to carry in a hand gun (restricted to LEO's), which doesn't matter because you can't get a carry permit anyway!
HP's are even illegal for retired LEO's. (I'm not kidding)
In order to get your Firearms Id card , you have to get fingerprinted by a company that makes appointments no sooner than 2 weeks away and charges you
$73.50 , but that doesn't matter because it's going to take 90 days on average to get your FID card. The quickest I've seen is 45 days , the
longest was 9 months , It took about 57 days to get mine. The law states it must be granted or denied within 30 days.
To get your FID card your employer is called and questioned as are the 2 character witnesses you submited on your application. There is also a mental
health records check (which should be done)
The FID card allows you to purchase long guns only , In order to purchase a pistol you have to fill out a pistol purchase permit aplication @ $5 a pop
and you must go through the same background checks that you did to get your FID card in the 1st place.(another 90 days if you're lucky) Pistol
Purchasers permits last 90 days , but you are only allowed to purchase one handgun a month.
We have a 15 rd magazine capacity legal limit (fine for pistol, sucks for rifle) which lautenburg is trying to legislate into a 10 round magazine
capacity due to the recent tragedy in AZ in which the shooter used a 33 rd magazine that was made for the G18. Not for nothing , but If a 33rd mag IS
ALREADY ILLEGAL in this state , does it become MORE ILLEGAL if we get mag capacities reduced to 10 rounds?
I'm just sayin...
YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE SAFETY... wolves will be wolves regardless , all they do is make it harder for law abiding citizens to protect themselves.
More Gun Laws Per Wikipedia
Permits to Purchase/Own In New Jersey, firearm owners are required to get a lifetime Firearm Purchaser card for the purchase of rifles, shotguns or
handguns. To purchase a handgun, a separate permit is needed from the local police department for each handgun to be purchased and expires after 90
days. These, like the initial Firearms Identification card (FID), are provided to applicants on a shall-issue basis. They require in-depth application
questioning, multiple references and background checks via the State Bureau of Identification and New Jersey State Police; however, authorities do not
have discretion and must issue permits to applicants who satisfy the criteria described in the statutes. NJ law states that Firearms Identification
approval and/or handgun purchase permit(s) must be issued within 30 days; however, this rule is frequently ignored and permits and/or ID cards often
take several months to be issued. Applicants are able to appeal the denial of permits.
 Limits and RestrictionsN.J. Rev. Stat § 2C:39-1y. New Jersey bans the possession and use of hollowpoint ammunition, with the notable exemption
for ammunition possessed inside one's home or on one's property, or for use during specific activities, i.e. hunting or at shooting ranges.
Hollowpoint ammunition is available for unrestricted purchase from most retailers wherever firearms are sold, and may be transported by purchasers
without special licensing.
Capacities of semiautomatic handguns and rifles (total in magazine excluding chamber) are limited to 15 rounds. Furthermore, New Jersey has banned
various semi-automatic firearms. Police are bound by the Assault Weapons Ban (AWB) in New Jersey but may possess those weapons if they receive
the signatory approval of the chief law enforcement officers of their agencies. They are exempt from the capacity limits on magazines when used in
duty firearms, and also in personal weapons when approved by the agency.
Starting January 1, 2010, New Jersey limits handgun purchases to one per 30 day period. Upon completing a New Jersey State police form, an FID card
holder may be granted permission to purchase more than one handgun a month by declaring good reason. Reasons may include: recreational shooting; the
purposes of collectors; when it is required for certain employment; and when obtaining firearms as the beneficiary of a will.
 Permits to CarryNew Jersey issues Permits to Carry to both residents and non-residents, who must submit applications to the chief law
enforcement officers of their municipalities, or the State Police, respectively. By statute, New Jersey is a may-issue permit system, in which
authorities are allowed discretion in the approval and denial of applications. It has seemed to be the policy of many permit-issuing authorities that
the carrying of a handgun on one's person ought to be limited to armed professionals (private security officers, law enforcement officers, etc.).
Many applicants have reported difficulty in obtaining New Jersey Permits to Carry, especially non-residents.
Federal law 18 USC 926A entitles a person to transport a firearm; however, people have been arrested for having an unregistered handgun when flying
out of NJ airports. In 2005, Gregg C. Revell was traveling through Newark Airport, but because of a missed flight, he was given his luggage, which
included a properly checked firearm, and he was forced to spend the night in New Jersey. When he returned to the airport the following day and checked
his handgun, he was arrested for illegal possession. Mr. Revell lost his lawsuit after The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held in Gregg
C. Revell v. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, held that "Section 926A does not apply to Revell because his firearm and ammunition were
readily accessible to him during his stay in New Jersey." This opinion will apply to NJ airports. If you miss a flight or for any other reason your
flight is interrupted and the airline tries to return you luggage that includes a checked firearm, you cannot take possession of the firearm if you
are taking a later flight.