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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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    You'll never know all the stuff you have been doing wrong until you have a wife to point it all out...
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    Bought this beauty off 1563621 today. Apparently all original except the op rod is a National Match. Gauges 1 and 1 with a bright shiny bore. We have a date this Sunday at Range-14.
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    THE LATEST ON ANJRPC’S LEGAL CHALLENGES TO NJ MAG BAN AND NJ CARRY LAW Hold Onto Your Magazines – We Anticipate a Decision On Our Injunction Motion in September and Will Provide Detailed Guidance Then Carry Lawsuit Moving Through Federal Appeals Court It has been a busy summer for ANJRPC’s federal legal challenges to New Jersey’s magazine ban and unconstitutional carry laws. There has been significant activity in both lawsuits, and the following updates have been provided by attorney Dan Schmutter, Esq., who is local counsel in both cases: MAGAZINE BAN CASE The U.S. District Court held evidentiary hearings over three days during the week of August 13th on ANJRPC’s application for a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit to strike down New Jersey’s new magazine ban (which prohibits the possession of magazines with a capacity over 10 rounds). The injunction application seeks to put the new law on hold while the case is decided. The Court heard testimony from three of the State’s witnesses and then finished up the week hearing testimony from our expert witness, Florida State University Criminologist Professor Gary Kleck. The State’s witnesses offered various opinions on the nature and use of magazines with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds. Cross-examination of the State’s witnesses was thorough and crisp, and the Judge was engaged and attentive. Professor Kleck testified that depriving law abiding gun owners of standard capacity magazines holding over 10 rounds will not only not reduce mass shootings, but will also make lawful self-defense more difficult. He also addressed the opinions of the State’s witnesses, identifying flaws in their data and reasoning. The parties are scheduled to submit closing briefs on the injunction motion on September 4, followed by telephonic oral argument on September 6. [Important Note from ANJRPC: We have received numerous inquiries from gun owners asking for guidance on what to do with their magazines. ANJRPC will issue detailed guidance once we have a decision on the injunction motion, and we suggest that gun owners await that decision before doing anything with their magazines over 10 rounds. In the meanwhile, gun owners are cautioned not to use, transport, or attempt to purchase magazines over 10 rounds – all of which are prohibited and could result in serious criminal charges. Please see prior guidancefrom gun rights attorney Evan Nappen on this subject.] RIGHT TO CARRY LAWSUIT ANJRPC’S federal lawsuit Rogers v. Grewal, challenging New Jersey’s carry law, is moving forward. In May, as expected, the District Court dismissed the case, stating it was bound by a previous decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit,Drake v. Filko, upholding the law. We then filed an appeal with the Third Circuit in June. In July, we asked the Third Circuit panel assigned to the case to rule on the appeal “summarily,” without briefing or argument, again on the ground that the panel is already bound by the decision in Drake. We argued that Drake was wrongly decided but that a Third Circuit panel does not have authority to change that ruling. Instead, only the full complement of all Third Circuit judges, sitting together (known as “en banc”), or the U.S. Supreme Court, can overrule Drake. The attorneys for the State agreed, and we are currently awaiting a decision on our motion asking the Court to rule summarily. Whatever happens, the case will inevitably work its way toward possible consideration in the U.S. Supreme Court. Both the magazine ban case and the right to carry challenge were filed with the assistance of the National Rifle Association. ANJRPC thanks the NRA for its incredible support, which made both lawsuits possible. ANJRPC also thanks the law firm of Cooper & Kirk, and attorney Dan Schmutter, for their incredibly hard work in these cases.
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    http://modernmateriel.com/ This makes me happy. We need more businesses like this in our state.
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    So, he steals the remote - big deal, but he steals the remote and makes note of your address shows premeditation. This tech needs to be fired ASAP. And I would blast the dealership on social media too.
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    Yo dawg. I hear you like remotes... so I got you a remote for your remote so you can use 2 remotes just to open a door....
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    I clean my guns in my garage....... just sayin....
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    If you want to avoid all the sharks, I'll buy the entire lot. [emoji123] Take that bitches. Sent from an undisclosed location via Tapatalk
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    If the military and law enforcement members are going to obey unconstitutional orders from their superiors, then YES, they will be the enemy of the Citizenry. Just like if UN troops are sent into the US to enforce UN mandates. Isn't that why powder blue helmets glow in the dark??
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    I'll make sure to bring something for you befitting your new status But really - Congrats!
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    HOT OFF THE WIRE FROM THE CNJFO PAGE: CNJFO AT NRA BOARD MEETING & PRESIDENT's RECEPTION! OLIVER NORTH & ILA's COX PROUD OF JOB WE DO HERE IN NJ! by Black Wire Media Monday Sept. 10, 2018 www.cnjfo.com/join-us We need "pinched" after last weekend! Having the ability to personally thank the NRA Board of Directors, the incoming NRA President Lt. Col. Oliver North, NRA-ILA's Chris Cox & Christian Ragosta, many of the famous & not so famous board members for their gracious hospitality and the great honor bestowed upon two of our Jersey boys was simply amazing! Having them tell us in their own words, unscripted, how they recognize our efforts & leadership in the fight for 2nd Amendment rights is truly inspirational! We're proud of Colandro & Rosenthal, all of our committee people, and ANJRPC's Scott Bach & Dan Schmutter for all you do to further our cause. +7 CNJFO 2 hrs · CNJFO COMMITTEES CHAT WITH NRA LEADERSHIP! GRASS ROOTS ACTIVISM GETS NRA's ATTENTION! by Black Wire Media Monday Sept. 10, 2018 www.cnjfo.com/join-us The Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners was invited by the NRA Board of Directors to attend the NRA President's Reception last Friday evening and the Awards Ceremony during Saturday morning's NRA board meeting that were held at the Westin Hotel in Arlington, VA. Gun For Hire's Anthony Colandro won this years Activist Center Award and CNJFO VP Dave "Rosey" Rosenthal won one of two Jay M. Littlefield Memorial Awards for 2017 Volunteer of the Year. These prestigious awards are bestowed upon individuals by the NRA's Grass Roots Division for demonstrating infectious leadership and organizing rank & file NRA members to make a difference at the polls. Only six such awards are presented annually from all NRA Divisions including retail gun shops, youth shooting, membership recruitment, etc., so New Jersey took home a third of them! NRA-ILA's Christian Ragosta of their Grass Roots Division nominated Rosenthal for the award, which came as a complete surprise. Friday evening's cocktail reception was the perfect time for our communications committee chairwoman Theresa Inacker and shows & community outreach committee chair Will Korman to speak with NRA's Wayne Lapierre, incoming President Lt. Col. Oliver North, NRA-ILA's Chris Cox, NRA board members Lt. Col. Allen West, NJ's own Scott Bach (Executive Director of our state NRA affiliate, the ANJRPC), and a multitude of other board members eagerly interested in learning first hand what it takes to be a gun owner here in NJ. Lt. Col. North (and others) were given a coalition patch by Will Korman (see photo). Our committee people were thanked by all for their courage, leadership & commitment to the 2nd Amendment. The event also served as the perfect backdrop to formally present the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) a $5,500.00 check representing CNJFO's promised matching funds of $2,500.00 along with the $3,000.00 donated by our members, sponsors & supporters. (See photo w/ Executive VP Colandro & Executive Director Bach accepting check on behalf of ANJRPC). Our state NRA affiliate will use these funds for the express purpose of supporting lawsuits for NJ gun owner's rights being fought by them on our behalf both statewide & nationally. And now a note to our most important people: YOU our readership, members, friends, sponsors & supporters! We're here trying to make a difference! Isn't it time for YOU to JOIN or RENEW, buy some SWAG or simply make a tax-deductible DONATION to support your gun rights? NJ residency isn't required to help OR receive a receipt for your tax-deductible gift to CNJFO, be it a small monthly stipend or any amount you choose. What happens in Jersey doesn't STAY in NJ! How about helping us to right wrongs, to become a stronger force to be reckoned with? After first making a donation to NRA-ILA so their great ad campaign can get to more homes before the midterms, please consider visiting: www.cnjfo.com . Thanks from all of us! SEE YOU AT NJSAFECON! Sat. 9-22! www.njsafecon.net PLEASE SHARE THIS TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS!
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    I have two kids in diapers. Go through my trash, I dare you.
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    A buddy of mine went on a tour of the Battleship New Jersey. The tourguide remarked that the big guns could hit Trenton from its berth in Camden. My buddy's reply was "So what's stopping you?"
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    I apologize for my snarky reply and I rescind my dis-invitation - this would be an excellent topic to discuss. I think the impetus for Starbucks response falls under the heading of things the gun community can do, but probably shouldn't. As Sgt Toadette pointed out, they were pushed into a corner by a bunch of yahoo's in Texas that decided to open carry AR15's into a Starbucks - just because they could. Poor judgement that reflected badly on the community as a whole. It is not like Starbucks is trying to subvert our 2A rights like Dick's is - it was just a business decision. I certainly would not be comfortable walking into a Starbucks with my granddaughters, when there are people that are already displaying a penchant for bad judgement in attendance. Sorry to hear about your, apparent, inability to afford underwear. Please join us - commando or not. "Great" isn't necessary - "Your Highness" will do. Adios, Pizza Bob
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    Put it in your wifes car
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    how many times have you stormed the beaches fighting Nazis with your milsurp carbines? because if you are not traveling back in time.. fighting historic wars.. you are just playing army..
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    Why are you getting rid of your mags now? There may well be an injunction in the coming days and SCOTUS is looking great for us! Keep what you can as long as you can! I spoke with a local gun dealer who told me a crazy number of people in the PRNJ are selling off their guns because they are afraid of what Trenton will ban next. I for one am not willing to give up my magazines, my guns or my Constitutional rights that easily!
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    I was a Deputy Sheriff for 7 years in a full service Sheriff's Office where we answered 911 calls and patrolled streets (most Sheriff's in NJ don't answer calls or have a patrol division). I was in an area of about 100,000 locals with 2 million annual visiting tourists to Mt Rushmore every year and another 500,000 to 1 million bikers coming to the Sturgis Rally every August. We had every crime the major cities have, just not always as often as they have it, but I know what its like to be a cop. Job #1 is stay safe and go home at the end of the day. That does not mean you can't treat people with RESPECT. We had a good relationship with the community because the effort was made to be professional, even when tackling someone and had cuffing them. I've had people apologise for resisting because I pick them up, dust them off and continue calling them sir as I put them in the back seat for that trip to jail. With my experience and training in the profession (I'm no longer in LE, I'm back in the military) I would agree with most of you that the culture within the law enforcement community in NJ is bad. These cops have the perception as being assholes because they are robotic and impersonal and talk to people like they're 2nd class citizens. They really have a bad way of projecting themselves and they are either not aware of it or do not care. I suspect it's a bit of both. They probably don't care that people don't like them because they deal with 1% of society but that 1% is always the bad people. It's easy to get into your mind that "everyone is a criminal" because everyone you deal with is a criminal. After a while, if 100% of the people you deal with are criminals, you think 100% of society is that way and you start treating them that way. What they probably are not aware of is the fact that a lot of citizens already have a disdain for the government as a whole because we are over-taxed, over-regulated and are sick to death of crooked politicians at every level from local school boards all the way up to the Governor. Cops are part of the same government so their image is affected by that as well. I'll end this here since its really off topic for the thread title.
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    Neither am I..... and I am running the darn thing.... lol
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    The 320 may be big enough for your hands but obviously is overshadowed by the size of your head. I’m willing to go shooting. I have demands: you shoot first, you can’t be at the same range as me, The event will be on the third Thursday after a leap day, and I can only travel by sled dog.
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    Ticket purchased, I’m in. planning on bringing a couple of 1911s and my p226
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    How is it not treason for a governor to harbor illegal aliens then take OUR tax money and devote it to programs expressly for THEM while we go without (or with reduced or limited) services and resources because of it? I don't feel like I'm being represented on this taxation. This state is financially broke, there is no surplus budget. The governor is recklessly wasting money. He should be charged with wanton waste of resources
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    Step 1 - emigrate to Canada or Mexico Step 2 - renounce U.S. Citizenship Step 3 - re-enter U.S. illegally and proceed to NJ Step 4 - Free College!
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    Hey guys this is Joe with Modern Materiel. If anyone would like to hit the range and try out some of our rifles all they have to do is shoot me an e-mail Joe@modernmateriel. Besides making law enforcement and civilian weapons we do everything we can to support the Second Amendment as well as you our brothers and sisters in Firearms Community. Our training department is on the Range every day educating Law enforcement and civilians on how to Safely and effectively use firearms. We also do Firearms modifications including cerakoting. Please reach out to me anytime you'd like and let me know how we can be of service. Thank you very much for the support. Joe Savio Modern Materiel joe@modernmateriel.com
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    May I gently suggest this is why our forums sometimes get a bad reputation? Bob nicely extended an offer to meet face-to-face with some other forum members... and it turns into (excuse my French) a pissing contest over why he should change the venue (ummm, yeah… the venue of HIS event, that he kindly INVITED us to, and that MOST of you complaining were probably not going to attend anyway). If people invited you to dinner on a group email or text, would you reply back to everyone - "Hey, not only am I not attending - but i think that stupid restaurant sucks and you should hold this somewhere else"? No, you would NOT.. because that would be RUDE. (Unless, of course, you're a complete Neanderthal…) How bout this? If you see a thread with an invitation, and you don't wish to go - you could simply keep that thought contained in your own brain - no reason to regurgitate it all over the person's thread. Manners, guys... MANNERS!... for thousands of years, providing the bedrock for civilized communities.
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    Well THAT is why...! Sorry, nothing constructive to add. I read the quoted bit and thought there is no better way to gain an advantage over someone, short of giving them ammo that jams the gun up so badly that you have to throw it over a wall a couple times...
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    0957 hours: The first counter-attack in the Global War on Terror occurred: The passenger revolt on Flight 93 began at 09:57, after the passengers took a vote amongst themselves about whether to act. By this time, Flight 77 had struck the Pentagon and Flights 11 and 175 had struck the World Trade Center towers and the on-board crew and passengers were aware due to telephone contact with family and emergency dispatch answers to 911 calls. Tom Burnett made telephone contact with his wife, Deena. Upon learning of the situation, Deena, a former flight attendant, recalled her training and urged Burnett to sit quietly and not draw attention to himself. However, Burnett instead informed her that he and three other passengers, Mark Bingham, Todd Beamer and Jeremy Glick, were forming a plan to take the plane back from the hijackers, and leading other passengers in this effort. He ended his last call by saying, "Don't worry, we're going to do something." Todd Beamer attempted to place a credit card call through a phone on the back of a seat, but was routed to customer care representative Lisa Jefferson. Beamer told Jefferson that the group was planning to "jump on" the hijackers and fly the plane into the ground before the hijackers' plan could be followed through. Beamer recited the Lord's Prayer and the 23rd Psalm with Jefferson, prompting others to join in. Beamer requested of Jefferson, "If I don't make it, please call my family and let them know how much I love them." After this, Jefferson heard muffled voices and Beamer clearly answering, "Are you ready? Okay. Let's roll." These were Beamer's last words to Jefferson. As the revolt began and the hijackers started maneuvering the plane around violently, the plane left its Washington, D.C. course. The hijackers in the cockpit became aware of the revolt at 09:57:55, Jarrah exclaiming, "Is there something? A fight?" The cockpit voice recorder captured the sounds of crashing, screaming, and the shattering of glass and plates. Three times in a period of five seconds there were shouts of pain or distress from a hijacker outside the cockpit, suggesting a hijacker that was standing guard outside the cockpit was being attacked by the passengers. Jarrah stabilized the plane at 10:00:03. Five seconds later, he asked, "Is that it? Shall we finish it off?" Another hijacker responded, "No. Not yet. When they all come, we finish it off." Jarrah once again pitched the airplane up and down. A passenger in the background cried, "In the cockpit. If we don't, we'll die" at 10:00:25. Sixteen seconds later, another passenger, identified as Tom Burnett, yelled, "Roll it!", possibly referring to using the food cart. The voice recorder did record the sound of the passengers using the food cart as a battering ram against the cockpit door. Jarrah ceased the violent maneuvers at 10:01:00 and recited the takbir several times. He then asked another hijacker, "Is that it? I mean, shall we put it down?" The other hijacker responded, "Yes, put it in it, and pull it down." The passengers continued their assault and at 10:02:17, a male passenger said, "Turn it up!" A second later, a hijacker said, "Pull it down! Pull it down!" At 10:02:33, Jarrah was heard to plead, "Hey! Hey!", and then "Give it to me!" repeated eight times in succession, possibly referring to the plane's yoke. The airplane plummeted into a nosedive with the yoke turned hard to the right. The airplane rolled upside down, and one of the hijackers began shouting the takbir. Amidst the continued sounds of the passenger counterattack, the aircraft picked up speed, whooshing and shrieking picked up on the recorder, and the hijackers inside the cockpit are heard yelling "No!" at the sound of breaking glass — presumably from the food cart — and that the final spoken words on the recorder seemed to be an inexplicably calm voice in English instructing, "Pull it up." The plane then finally plowed into an empty field in Stonycreek, Pennsylvania, about 20 minutes' flying time from Washington, D.C. On November 8, 2001, President Bush would invoke Todd Beamer's last-heard words, saying, "Some of our greatest moments have been acts of courage for which no one could have been prepared. But we have our marching orders. My fellow Americans, let's roll!" Not here! Not today! Not while I still breathe! Much respect to the passengers and crew of Flight 93, the 343 Firefighters, the 71 of my Brothers and Sisters, the members of our Military who've been taking the fight to them in the Global War on Terror ever since and who made the ultimate sacrifice, and also those untold number of people that live with the witnessed horror of 9/11 and those of you that remain in service of your fellow man. Never Forget... NEVER FORGIVE...
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    This link below has some pertinent "food for thought" on this national day of mourning and remembrance: https://www.redstate.com/slee/2018/09/11/mike-rowe-reflects-911-generation-convinced-kaepernicks-hero/
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    5 gallons almost a year old? Put it in your car. A year old really isn't that bad.
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    320 in hand! Thanks @remixer
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    https://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2018/08/murphy_makes_yet_another_move_to_combat_gun_violen.html Murphy wants to "name and shame" states that follow the constitution, Hey A-hole how about naming and shaming the judges, prosecutors, and AG's who constantly release and plea criminals out. How about naming the criminals who commit these gun crimes and tell us how many PRIOR felonies they have as well as the JUDGES who keep letting them out to prey on us.
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    I haven’t been going as much as I’d like due to travel and family responsibilities. I got there today before heading to the beach and starting my holiday drinking. Btw made a killer brisket. Well I brought a few things but couldn’t put this down. I SBR’d this and liberty made a custom mount for my mystic can. It was just great and I never got to my sp5.
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    Well, I am a wise ass but what I was trying to say was many of those shockwaves and Tac-14s that flew off the shelves will be up for sale soon and cheap. Some people cannot handle the firearm and/or the novelty wears off. Me? I love mines and she ain't goin nowheres.
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    Here is his problem with name and shame other states, the problem is not those states it IS New Jersey. If it really were those other states then they would have MASSIVE gun problems with only a small portion getting exported. The problem is NJ lets criminals get away with gun charges (in violation of the GRAVES ACT) but throws the book at honest citizens that get tripped up of technical violations.
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    it should be against the law to mistreat a dog like that.
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    SO WAIT? a stealership mechanic stole the remote out of your wifes car? have his ass arrested. and have him fired. file a complaint with the stealership. people leave garage remotes in their cars about 90% of the time when they drop em off to me.......but.......i touch nothing.
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    Yeah, I just saw that on cable. Now, a lot of you won't like this opinion... but that guy starred in more ridiculously STUPID movies than you could shake a stick out. Smokey and the Bandit being right at the top (or is it the bottom?) of that list. However, he played the character "Lewis" in Deliverance... and that made it all worthwhile. Great movie. And he was perfect in that role as the rugged survivalist-minded outdoorsman. Best role of his career IMO. Rest in peace.
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