NJ Prepared is a new section dedicated to those who are interested in practical prepping - UNRELATED TO FIREARMS . We are not looking for political discussions or tin foil hat conspiracy's. This is a place to share what knowledge you have and exchange information with fellow members who wish to learn what it takes to get through a disaster. Whether natural or man made. Gear reviews, Food Storage, First Aid etc... This section will hopefully help teach us the skills and knowledge needed to keep yourself and your family safe during times of distress in the state or country.
Discussion place for all things supposed wicked fast or wicked quiet... NFA regulated firearms, for NJGF members living outside NJ or NJ residents fortunate enough to have a place outside the wall of tyranny.
Thank you for the suggestion! I was wondering what would keep these traps from dancing and this definitely answers that
If I had a trap I'd be inclined to go more often, especially if it's something easy to transport and operate alone. Wishful thinking is I could bring bring my wife and kids with me, but they're too small to shoot and would get bored.
In general I like to buy things that are quality and will last. I might not go for all the accessories at once, but if I have something dependable I'm sure I would enjoy the hobby more often either alone or with friends. I did specifically buy a shotgun with clay shooting in mind.
Right now Amazon has the Wheelybird for about $250. It looks stable after you park and stake it in. But it does need a battery.
I'm going to spend a little time thinking between these and similar options. Thank you!!