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Discussion of national gun law topics including current proposed bills,  NICS, NFA, etc.

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    • If you are moving to NYC forget the guns.  I have an apartment in Lincoln square and wouldn’t entertain going through the process.  As a non-NJ resident it may be hard to store the guns and retrieve them for use unless they are stored at an actual range.  You’ll need a non-resident FPID which means the nearest state police barracks to your NYC location.  I would not leave my firearms with friends or family in NJ bedside that’s an illegal transfer if you do not live with them.  Sure you can sign a fake lease stating you live there but why risk it for three pistols that are common?   If all you care about is going the the range sell the guns and rent on range days it’s way less hassle.   I keep my firearms, small quantity, in NJ and the bulk in FL.  If NYC was my only residence I’d not have firearms and rent when I came out to Nj. 
    • I contacted MidwayUSA via chat just now to ask when the purchase limit expires. Transcript follows: Kevin 9:28:47 a.m. Hello. Regarding purchase limits. When can I place another order? I ordered Primers that had a limit of one 1000 box yesterday, can I order more today?   Holden 9:29:13 a.m. The limit gets lifted 7-14 days after the time the primers were purchased.   Kevin 9:30:21 a.m. What determines if it is 7 or 14? And are we talking calendar days, not business days? What happens if I try to order before the limit is lifted, the system will just cancel my order?   Holden 9:32:50 a.m. It is different for every product, so we do not know the exact time frame between the 7-14 days. The days are calendar days, so if you ordered the primers yesterday, 5/5 is the latest they can be ordered, but there is a possibility that on 4/28 you can order them. If you were to try to place the order for the primers, it will not show up in your cart.
    • If it had been the full logo, I'm confident I would have been able to determine what it was. When a logo is so small (and incomplete) it can double as a Rorschach test, some marketing people didn't do their jobs well. Even worse, the engineers didn't fight hard enough against the marketing people telling them it was a bad idea. 
    • Thanks for the input so far. Trying to keep cost per round down, that's why I'm looking at rimfire calibers. That ruger 204 looks impressive though. The cz rifles are beautiful 
    • Micro 9 sweet gun I shot one at shot show extremely controllable in small platform, accurate. it was fun to shoot. 
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