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  1. I had a henry rifle once, it was a brand new big boy brass model in 357/38. The thing was an expensive lemon from the beginning. It would not cycle 38 specials reliably and 357 magnum was not much better. I sent the rifle back to Henry twice to diagnose and repair and each time the rifle came back with new issues including a dented stock. I later traded in the Henry at a loss and got myself a new revolver including a new Marlin 336. FYI, the Marlin has been flawless and is a keeper.
  2. https://www.supremecourt.gov/search.aspx?filename=/docket/docketfiles/html/public/18-824.html (Rogers) https://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/docketfiles/html/public/19-27.html (Cheeseman)
  3. Scotus punts yet again.......new date for conference is 5/28/20. I can't really say I'm surprised, NJ will be last(if ever) to get "shall issue" conceal carry.
  4. The supreme court bounced these cases yet again.....5/28/20 will be the next conference. Maybe on the 5th try they will get it right
  5. Yes, the state of NJ creates new victims through forced defenselessness. It also ensures that those of us that are already victims of crime cannot have the means to repel or prevent further victimization. NJ is truly evil, and the people that support these laws deserve no sympathy if they too should be become victims.
  6. Well, isn't he just precious...... The ranges in PA and many other states have been open for awhile.
  7. I have donated to Mark Cheeseman's case and have followed the other cases as well. Sadly, I feel the only option for those seeking relief would be to move to one of the other 43 "Shall Issue" states. I have very little hope that the supreme court will take, review, and rule on a case that impacts "may issue/no issue" states. Relief may have to come from within or may it never come at all.
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