Rufio.Weaponworks posted a blog entry in My First SHOT Show (The Takeaways and Realization it's work),We have an astounding ability as humans to progress, apply yourself for one month and the results become noticeable, 6 months can be substantial, 12 months? Limitless. Subjectively speaking, January 2018 I was just another "gun guy" who bought guns and gear entertaining myself with endless amounts of 2A media, January 2019 I was attending SHOT show as an "industry insider" media creator. If you told me a year earlier this would happen I wouldn't believe you, but stranger things have happened.
With pure luck I connected with a media mogul of industry early 2018, I contributed content to his media platform, becoming a writer in the industry as result. Late summer 2018 I was asked about attending SHOT to be at the forefront of the industry for 2019. Candidly it never crossed my mind being new to the industry, but in the weeks following I'm still digesting my first experience and which direction to take my writing.
Good day everyone,
Was about time. With many new sections added over the year and with more and more of the members here now living outside of New Jersey, needed to better organize our sections and content!
Made a few changes so that if you are browsing the main index, some sections have moved.
The first change is in the Gun Laws discussions. There were a few sections and things were getting messy. Furthermore, we did not have a specific area for national gun law discussion yet had plenty of them!
Added new "National Gun Law Discussion," consolidated the three NJ gun law sections together under current New Jersey Gun Laws Discussion. Legislative Alerts and Rallies remains.
Furthermore, consolidated the broader discussion sections together.
Generation Discussion, NJ Prepared, the !st Amendment Lounge and Made In America. "Made in America" was moved to this section.
Next, reframed the Shooting related sections together with outdoors stuff.
Moved the Firearms Hobby/Sport discussion section here, together with New Firearms Owners Corner, Events & Meetups, Ranges & Gun Shops, Training, Competitive Fun Shoots, together with Hunting & Fishing section and lastly blades.
Re-organized Firearms Discussion around specific types of firearms and accessories.
Lastly, I locked down the old Experience/Feedback section. It was left up to search for old feedback as we already have two other ways of leaving feedback. For users, use the Feedback app/tab in the menu bar. For vendors, leave them a review on their gun listings page.
Clay shooting will be held at Stafford Forge wma from 9am to 1sh?
Bring chairs, clays,guns and boolits. No porta pots at clay range... da woods.
Bbq will be at Atlantic Shore pines campground. It’s approximately a 10 minute drive from the clay range. $5 per head visitor fee paid to campground ( sorry can’t do anything about that). BYOB, And please bring food for the bbq.
If you say you’re attending, make sure you show up! This thread will be utilized to generate a headcount for food! Rain or shine. If you would like to camp, cabins and sights are discounted as it’s early season. Look forward to meeting you.
1 Mr and Mrs Zeke, clays, thrower, and famous Polynesian Grilled meatloaf. 2 grills.
2 Tex and Mrs Tex. Probably the best brisket ever! And chili.
Total headcount: 4
Menu: Famous Polynesian Grilled meatloaf , smoked beef brisket ( world class), chili
This has been posted on S&W's facebook page and I know not everyone is on facebook. Not sure how else they are going to release this info so here it is just in case anyone owns one of these:
Smith & Wesson has identified two M&P15-22 firearms from recent production on which the breech face counter bore depth was not within manufacturing specification. In those firearms, the lack of depth may allow the bolt, upon closing, to crush the rim of the case, causing the round to fire, cycling the bolt, and potentially resulting in multiple discharges without depressing the trigger.
We are asking consumers of all M&P15-22 firearms manufactured before February 1, 2019 to inspect their firearms bolts for this condition.
STOP USING YOUR FIREARM UNTIL IT HAS BEEN INSPECTED AND YOUR BOLT REPLACED (IF NECESSARY).
To determine whether your firearm is affected by this condition, please inspect your firearm by following the inspection instructions provided at MP15-22SafetyAlert.com.
Hey guys and gals,
Just a quick update... there was a security update that needed to be applied to the site which forced me to upgrade a bit earlier than I planned.
Should be done and working right now. Some features are still being upgraded and database being reindexed. So for now may be a tad slower... update in a bit.
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