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I am a NJ resident and am looking to purchase some .22 LR ammo to start stocking up for when I purchase a Ruger 10/22 within a year. I do not have my NJ FID yet. I feel like the ammo prices will keep climbing higher. I have experience with shooting .22's since I was a child in the Boy Scouts.

I am 90% sure I will move to Luzerne County PA this September 2012 in which I will become a resident of PA, have a PA DL, and be allowed to purchase any firearm I wish as well as any ammo I might want (real freedom is a nice thing).

My question is:
Will any stores in PA (Cabelas, Walmart, Gun shops, shooting ranges) sell me .22 LR ammo without a NJ FID? Can I just bring my passport for ID and say I don't have my license on me?

I know the law states that I am allowed to buy ammo in PA but not in NJ. I also can not buy the ammo in PA and bring it back into NJ from what I understand. I also know that .22 LR can be considered handgun ammo and is sold likewise. Can anyone clue me into what I actually can and can not do? I don't want to make a trip to Cabela's for nothing. The ammo will be stored in PA after purchase to avoid any problems in NJ. I can't wait to get out of this a$$backwards state.
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PA is still a free state. If they have it in stock buy and be happy. No FOID's or background checks here for ammo.
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