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The Mullica Township Police Department ORI number is: NJ00117

If you have never been fingerprinted before for firearms purposes, you will need to go for fingerprinting with the Universal Fingerprint Form that will be generated after successful submission of this form. However, if you have been fingerprinted before for firearm purposes, upon completion of this form and payment, you would have completed both S.T.S 033 and 212A requirements.

Mullica Township Police Department fee for initial Firearms ID card is $5.00

Mullica Township Police Department fee for Handgun permit is $2.00/permit

There is NO CHARGE for duplicate Firearms ID cards

All fees paid to Mullica Township are to be paid in cash, exact amount!!!


Instructions for obtaining a duplicate, change of address, handgun permit:

As of January 2015 all applications for duplicate, change of address, change of name and handgun permits are taken online only. No handwritten application can be accepted. If applicants do not have access to the internet they may visit the Atlantic County Library in Hammonton, or in a worst case scenario, inquire to Mrs. Hendrickson at the police department during normal business hours for assistance.


The website for applying for any of the above is:
You will need our O.R.I. number for during the process, it is: NJ0011700


Once on the NJPortal site, click on: “212A” in the lower left corner of the page.
Follow the prompts for demographic and payment information.
After completion of all forms you will ativan receive an email confirmation and receipt that will include a confirmation number. All information will be forwarded to the NJSP and the Mullica Township Police Department. If you require and additional information you can click on the “Help,” tab located on the top right side of the page.


The fee for obtaining a duplicate, change of address or additional handgun permit is $20.00. Payment is made during the application process online. The fee for additional handgun permits is $2.00 check made payable to the Mullica Township Police Department, (maximum of 3)

The Four Cardinal Rules of Firearms Safety

  • All Guns Are LOADED
  • Point the muzzle in a safe direction (Safe meaning “at something you are either willing to destroy OR at something that can effectively stop the round)
  • Keep your finger straight along the frame until you are on target and ready to fire
  • Be sure of your target and what’s behind it

The Four Rules of Professional Firearms Etiquette

  • Don’t accept OR hand a weapon to anyone unless the action is open
  • Don’t lay a weapon anywhere unless the action is open
  • Don’t let the muzzle of any weapon that you handle (or anyone else) cross anyone’s body
  • Whenever you handle a weapon that has been out of your control, verify the condition of the weapon immediately