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  1. 7 points
    Cleaned up the thread - keep it on topic, people. If you wanna rant about stuff - there's the 1A lounge.
  2. 6 points
    I got a call back from a detective at the FIU. They received my permit from the court on 9/16 and sent it out via inter-office mail (aka the pony express) the same day. Hopefully it won't get lost. The detective was very helpful and we chatted about the whole mess for a while. He gave me his personal cell number if I run into any more problems. The FIU only has 7 staff to cover the whole State and they are being inundated. I feel sorry for them because they are gun guys and the senior management are just not providing the manpower to handle the workload. My app was one of the first 10 that came through their office so I'm a bit of a trail blazer. He did say that there are definitely definitely things in the works to get PCH into FARS.
  3. 4 points
    Two people on the Union County FB page confirmed approval of permit by the judge. They had court dates today because they didn't complete the application correctly (only reason judge called them in). So Union county is now approving.
  4. 4 points
    Kinda weird that our government has no problem processing mail in ballots that have discrepancies because the court systems have rules that "these minor errors should not be used to disfranchise the voters constitutional rights" or something to that effect.... If the PDs have sent the applications to the judges they must have been complete enough to do the important background checks ext.... These sounds like petty issues which should NOT deny a person their constitutional rights!
  5. 3 points
    Good guy with a gun is arrested in Baltimore after stopping a would-be shooter. He says he's NOT going to accept a plea deal and will be fighting charges: "After Marine veteran Lloyd Muldrow stopped an attack by an armed assailant at a Baltimore bar, police officers thanked him — and then they arrested him. Now the Good Samaritan credited with saving a man’s life faces up to a year in prison, charged with violating a city ordinance that forbids bringing handguns within 100 feet of a public building, even though he neutralized the attack without drawing his pistol. Mr. Muldrow, a North Carolina security specialist, holds a concealed weapons permit, but it was issued in Virginia, not Maryland. Even so, he has no intention of accepting a plea deal when he appears at his Oct. 31 hearing in Baltimore Circuit Court." https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/sep/2/good-samaritan-faces-charges-after-stopping-armed-/ It will be interesting to see how the case turns out in light of Bruen. If he successfully fights the charges it could have an impact on state reciprocity...
  6. 3 points
    Can't catch 'em all - I usually look at the activity feed. Feel free to report a thread so we can move it... but yes - political posts/rants/etc - we don't want to see in the PUBLIC area of the forums that others (outsiders, guests, search engines, etc) can find.
  7. 3 points
    They are mailing it back to the PD. Only reason these two applicants had to go to court was because there were errors on their application. Only restriction is they can only carry guns qualified with.
  8. 3 points
    No contest. I could snare a diseased rat in the marshes here that would make a far better governor than Phucktard Phil. OK, enough OT political rants from me. Sorry...
  9. 3 points
    The purpose of this thread is to express one's experience in applying for a carry permit, let's try to stick to the topic please. There are a number of counties in NJ who have cashed our money orders and have yet to issue a single permit! There appears to be no timeline by the court in which to process the ever-increasing pile of PTC applications that are streaming in every day. Has anyone heard anything from Middlesex County Superior Court?
  10. 3 points
  11. 2 points
    Well here is some good news for a change. Have a few friends from different towns in Passaic County that were contacted today (via phone) to report to courthouse on Monday to pick up their permits......
  12. 2 points
    I am a member of both ANJRPC and CNJFO (also a CNJFO Board member). Both orgs are on the frontlines fighting the fight. ANJRPC's strikeforce has been doing great work trying to keep municipalities and counties in line. There's lawsuits fighting the Mag cap, AWB, and more. CNJFO is right there supporting the ANJRPC's fights, as well as helping fund additional fights - Jay Factor's Case #087269 is working on getting rid of the individual case-by-case review for approval of NJ Carry Permits. Ultimately - it's your decision where to donate - it will all go to a great cause. The ANJRPC is NJ's NRA affiliate - they're the big dogs in the room... CNJFO - we're the largest and busiest 2A Grassroots org in the state. Stepping into the CNJFO role for a bit - we could definitely use the help! We're all volunteers in this org - so people stepping up to go to events, or even help with planning, etc. would be greatly appreciated!
  13. 2 points
    You don't have to go in front of the judge in Bergen county unless there is an issue.
  14. 2 points
  15. 1 point
    Thanks. I saw that thread but it seems geared toward carry/usage insurance, not theft/loss/etc.
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  18. 1 point
    This REALLY blows my mind. It's such absolute nonsense. "WHAT DO WE DO GUYS? THERES PEOPLE PUTTING APPLICATIONS IN!!!! SHIT WE'RE RUNNING OUT OF TIME!" "Calm down Charlie, were the government... We do whatever we want. Keep sitting on them." Yikes.
  19. 1 point
    Actually Under the statute it is the applicant who is to present the police department approved application to the Superior Court. Seems to me that this is never done in practice and it is the Police Department who sends the approved application to the court. I have no idea how an applicant would in practice present their own approved application to the court and I am really unsure how the applicant would present to the court an application that was deemed approved because the police department took no action after 60 days.
  20. 1 point
    Thats great news hoepfully Ill get mine sometime next week. Gotta start looking for an IWB for my shield plus now.
  21. 1 point
    Are they mailing the permit back to your local PD or do you need pick up at the court house? Also did they get any restrictions?
  22. 1 point
    Money order was finally cashed in Somerset County, hopefully we are finally starting to get some movement. I won't expect it soon but any kind of movement at this point is hopeful.
  23. 1 point
    That restriction in itself would be very much worth overturning. It is completely unrealistic to expect everyone to be aware of the exact location and limits of every public building. Absent a city drawing bright yellow stripes to delineate every one of the 100' margins, I think that one would fall at some level of appeal.
  24. 1 point
    Did you know that if your vehicle has been sitting but you keep it registered so as to avoid all the issues that come with that, and you don't go through inspection, when you finally do you only get a sticker for time remaining? If you wait until the time completely expires you get a new two year sticker? For example my inspection was due 2/21. Yesterday I decided that I would put old girl back on the road and I got a sticker for 2/23. Yes, that's 4 months away. Not only that but they tried to chastise me for not getting it inspected. If I had waited until 2/23, I would have been given a sticker for 2/25. Not trying to derail the conversation but NJ really is f'd when it comes to nearly everything government related.
  25. 1 point
  26. 1 point
    I don't think Bruen addresses reciprocity between states, but I like a little optimism. The article overlooks unlawful posession in Maryland, something we know well in New Jersey. He's basically volunteering to be a test case by disregarding reciprocity or lack thereof. I honestly wish him well.
  27. 1 point
    I would document the amount of extra time this is causing you to wait in order to get your permit so the info can be given to strike force. This is just more unnecessary time delays of being able to exercise your constitutional right. I hope you get your permit soon....
  28. 1 point
    A quick update on my permit. The Hunterdon Superior Court approved it last Wednesday and it was sent out last Thursday. Sadly, they decided that they had could not let me pick it up from the court and they had to send it to the "originating police department". Even though I applied through NJSP Washington Station, the Court, in its wisdom sent it to the NJSP FIU in Trenton, which when it eventually receives it will have to send it to the Washington Station for me to pick up. I cannot confirm that the FIU received it because their policy is that they will only accept contact via email, which in my experience they never reply to and they, by policy, do not accept incoming phone calls. So now my signed permit is subject to the vagaries of the NJSP "pony express" which utilizes any trooper that happens to be heading in roughly the right direction to ferry their internal mail from one station to another. This is the same pony express that lost not one, but two separate sets of purchase permits twice in a row before FARS was a thing. In case you were wondering, yes I am pissed off that my approved permit is still beyond reach.
  29. 1 point
    Today all of my references were contacted. (All Three we’re contacted) they asked all of them the same questions. (NJSP Woodstown) They asked… If I had a temper and was known to be violent. If they were ware of any arrests. how long have they known me, and how did we meet. How much experience I had with a firearm and if I was safe. Asked if they knew if I had any other license to carry in other states. I officially applied on August the 2nd.
  30. 1 point
    Just ran into Chris Christie in line at the supermarket about 30 mins ago. I mention it just because he was mentioned a page or two back. Sure wish I knew what to talk with him about other than to talk about how great our town is....
  31. 1 point
    RTSP offers free online Use of Force Training with Certificate Use of Force Training - RTSP (rtsponline.com)
  32. 1 point
    I Run a food truck down Philly way and since we do cheesesteak the necessary Onions have increased in price 10-20% over the last month and quantities available are low in stock at major wholesale food distributors. Same with Potatoes. There is a limit on how many pre cut french fries you can buy as well. We dont use those but potato prices have gone up as well. Recenly i ve invested in some Agriculture ventures (dairy) in Central Asia. We make a shelf stable cheese that can last 6 years and only sell to ethnic stores in the US. I have no idea how to market this to Americans. Maybe for food prep or hiking. So i ve been following prices from many East European and Central Asian exporting countries and the prices on wheat, onions, potatoes are very high vs previous years. https://east-fruit.com/en/news/potato-prices-in-georgia-increase-as-growers-are-expecting-a-poor-harvest/
  33. 1 point
    Almost there.... https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2022/09/human-composting-now-legal-in-california/
  34. 1 point
    Middletown. Trenton already smells like shit and I have to Drive by Drumthwacket every day, so I don't want to see or smell that. TIA.
  35. 1 point
    You forgot the stool sample...
  36. 1 point
    I had no issue reading the title it says felony "defendants". I dont see how this would lead to anything considered "backlash", if anything we should be arguing with the judge that until due process is completed the individual retains their rights... they can still vote under indictment after all.
  37. 1 point
    Probably damned ifficult to get this enforced in this application (at least under the current administration), but it does exist: U. S. Code Title 18, Section 242 - Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law (summary): "Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States. For the purpose of Section 242, acts under "color of law" include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official's lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim. The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any." DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW
  38. 1 point
    Greatest range I have ever seen. Greatest people running it. Look no further and join. Thanks for all you do for us GFH!
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    The forecasters are focused on the Gulf and panhandle at the moment. Next Tropical Threat Could Become Major Hurricane With Crosshairs On US Gulf Refineries | ZeroHedge
  41. 0 points
    Gotcha. Why doesn't that apply to the General Discussion forum though? But yet we have ... and on and on ... just looking for consistent application of the rules ... feel free to nuke this post.
  42. 0 points
    This duplicates some information I posted in the Concealed Carry/County by County? topic: I joined the Cape May County CCW FB group. It appears that there have been NO PtC issued in Cape May County post-Bruen. There are several applicants scheduled for hearings before Judge J. Christopher Gibson on October 7. It also appears that, at least for Atlantic and Cape May Counties, NO PtC applications have been approved by NJSP and forwarded to Superior Court.
  43. 0 points
    I was referred by a member of that group to another FB group, "Cape May County CCW", for more information. What I read there after joining strongly suggests that: no permits to carry a handgun have been issued in Cape May County since the post-Bruen NJ AG directive removing justifiable need from the approval criteria; the first group of applicants for whom local PD approval has been provided are scheduled for hearings before Judge J. Christopher Gibson in Cape May County Superior Court in Cape May Court House on October 7. There are apparently no NJSP-approved applicants in this group. There appears to be at least one other PD-approved applicant scheduled for a hearing on October 21. Unfortunately, there seem to be indications that (at least for Atlantic and Cape May County residents), NJSP is not currently approving any applications.
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