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Mr.Forks last won the day on February 3 2020

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  1. fuel tank? Find the metal , 5 gallon kind https://www.uline.com/Product/Detail/H-1850R/Safety-Storage/Gas-Can-Type-I-Red-5-Gallon?pricode=WA9292&gadtype=pla&id=H-1850R&gclid=CjwKCAiAm-2BBhANEiwAe7eyFOVWThwB5BkoPS7jlom2HrtVazQHJrnGtoHWvZ9iJ_kjwwxI8hndnRoCeiYQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds or, drill a hole in the tank opposite the nozzle to allow air in, you must plug this when storing the fuel, but it will help with the glug gluging the ezpour kit is basically a piece of plastic tubing that replaces the spout/nozzle if you buy that kit, you only need to buy one, and transfer it to gas cans as you use them
  2. hey, not sure where you went with this, but if you should check to see if it needs a drain. lots of icemakers just make ice and don't keep it frozen and don't re used the water from the melted ice. Sorry I can't offer any real answer to your question
  3. Yes I have experience with that particular frame, and the full-size version. Mine has the opposite of Glock pig nose, the front polymer dips down and away from the slide for about 1/16th of an inch gap. Use oem parts ( except for the magazine release, slide release, magazine release spring, pins,) everything else I have tried just does not work. Assembly is easy, but you may have to sand the rails to get things moving right. Tons of support online, but not tons of fitment support from poly80. There are also other serialized frames out that are that are glock compatible for around the same price. https://www.glockstore.com/GSX-100-Frame?quantity=1&color=1 https://www.primaryarms.com/nomad-defense-glock-19-gen-4-frame and for more https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Timberwolf Poly80 has pretty good customer service, and have sent replacement rails ( even though it's a cosmetic defect not a rail issue) for both frames at the drop of an email.
  4. 1. Application type (FID/permit w/ existing FID) - 5 P2P 2. Police Department where you applied.- Keyport 3. Name of the person you dealt with at the PD.- Gerilyn Baker 4. Time taken to issue FID and/or permit.- 134 days 5. Documents required by the PD (aside from the standard application and the mental health release form). Employment Verification via Email 6. Notes - anything pertaining to the application process (unforeseen difficulties, chief of police calling your home, you hiring an attorney, etc.) Gerilyn is only there Monday-Friday from 8:30am - 4:00pm, and is the one that processes the paperwork. Town Website says you must download and fill out application and mental health forms, but I was handed them at the PD. Gerilyn advised that they are extremely back logged at the state police end. My Timeline so far is: 8/27 Application and Mental Health forms dropped off to pd 12/3 contacted pd and was told references are missing 12/4 had references email pd 12/22 Told permits were ready for pickup 12/29 Permits ready but Gerilyn on vacation 1/5 3 of 5 permits picked up Gerilyn has been very helpful- answered all of my questions, and usually responds to my calls within the day. Was told today 1/5/21 that they only normally allow 3 permits at a time to be approved
  5. Yeah, that doesn't mean anything though, plenty of places wont ship to nj just because I've been in contact with them and they won't ship because they dont understand nj gun laws, but are willing to ship after speaking to an ffl about the laws- I want to make sure before going any further that it would even be possible
  6. Didn't know where else to put this, and I'm hoping an ffl will chime in Would this be legal to ship to nj https://www.genesisarms.com/product-page/gen-12-upper-only And, would this be able to be made nj compliant by adding a Thumbhole stock, or changing to one of those ca legal not a pistol grips and pinning the stock? https://www.genesisarms.com/product-page/gen-12
  7. Its not flawed logic when you consider its supposed to be a range for hunters, so its limited to calibers you can potentially Hunt with in nj.
  8. Be the guy that starts the green wave in your county
  9. Gotcha, So someone would have to buy the stripped lower in one state, assemble it into a rifle, sell it to a ffl, and then the ffl could sell it as a rifle? Can a private person in state A assemble a lower into a rifle and send the rifle configured to an ffl in state B and then have it sold?
  10. Yes, because it is not a shotgun nor a rifle. Could the frame be assembled into a rifle from a new reciver and then legally brought in a state other then your residence because its no longer an other, it has become a rifle? Is buying a used stripped lower in a different state different then buying an entire rifle?
  11. So, In not NJ, If you got one of those frames and assembled it into a rifle- its always stays a rifle on paper I think I need to start asking out of state ffl's questions.
  12. Is it like this in every state? Frame transferring as a frame then being classified rifle or pistol If someone lived in a free state, how would they make an AR lower into a pistol?
  13. oh, your definitely right about that- Its been a slow Sunday This is probably the wrong part of the forum for this thread now that I'm reading it. Please don't take my questioning as anything other then a quest for information. Why? is the permit to p2p required based on the intent of your final assembly of the frame? Some internet lawyer argument follows- Not purchasing a pistol, but purchasing a stripped lower- Assembling a pistol from a lower that was legally obtained, and it meets all nj pistol laws when it is done. Looking for a something that says it isn't allowed The closest thing I can find is 13:54-3.13 Which says Frame and handgun, and also receiver require p2p. But wouldn't that mean you need to have a p2p for stripped AR lowers? even if you assemble them into rifles?
  14. I'm aware its all just Theorycraft/mind exercise and a real answer won't exist until someone tries it and Gets in Trouble Gets it Approved More questions If, the frame is sold in a different state, and assembled as a carbine ( never having been a pistol at all), is that still a pistol to nj? So, if you wanted to make a pistol from one of the Timberwolf frames, would you need to use a p2p to purchase it? If you don't, why? If an AR lower isn't a rifle, and the Timberwolf lower isn't a pistol If you do, why? Does the design make it a pistol, and thereby require a p2p? Does your intent to assemble it as a pistol make it a pistol? If you do/can transfer it legally, and then assemble it into a pistol have you broken NJ Law? Which?
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