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About marlintag

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  1. Your right, on both accounts. We still have to appear before a Superior Court Judge after the Chief approves. When I called my local PD earlier today that was before this directive was issued. I'll have to call my PD again to discuss training requirements after the weekend. Everything else in the process is self-explanatory at least. I don't mind having to get additional training if required, I am just happy that we are finally on the right path.
  2. The only question i have is do we need police Quals or not? Is a basic pistol training certificate with a certified instructor sufficient? If we do need RPO quals/police quals where do we go?
  3. I don't see option 3 that I dont see option 3 in the case text, is the one you posted the most updated?
  4. Nevermind me i see it now. Review of Applications. In reviewing an individual’s application for a permit to carry, the applicable law enforcement agency shall continue to ensure that the applicant satisfies all of the criteria of N.J.S.A. 2C:58-4d and N.J.A.C. 13:54-2.4, except that the applicant need not submit a written certification of justifiable need to carry a handgun. Fingerprints, passport size photos, and mental health check STILL REQUIRED.
  5. And what about fingerprints, mental health checks and passport size photos. I SEE IT NOWHERE
  6. ag-Directive-2022-07_Directive-Clarifying-Requirements-For-Carrying-Of-Firearms-In-Public.pdf (nj.gov)
  7. This is it! In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down a New York law requiring people to demonstrate a particular need in order to get a permit to carry a handgun in public, Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin today announced a directive clarifying requirements for carrying firearms in New Jersey. Attorney General Directive No. 2022-07 clarifies that while the Supreme Court decision prevents New Jersey from continuing to require a demonstration of justifiable need in order to carry a handgun, it does not eliminate the enforcement of other permitting requirements under State law. “I want to make it perfectly clear that carrying a handgun without a permit is still illegal in New Jersey and applicants must satisfy all other statutory and regulatory requirements – including a thorough background check – before obtaining a permit to carry here,” said Acting Attorney General Platkin. “New Jersey is leading the way by taking commonsense action to protect our residents and law enforcement officers from the daily threat of gun violence ­– and the Supreme Court decision will not change that.” The Directive clarifies that in reviewing an individual’s application to carry, law enforcement agencies must continue to ensure that the applicant satisfies all requirements under the law, except that the applicant need not submit a written certification of justifiable need to carry a handgun. Before issuing a carry permit, law enforcement agencies must continue to: ensure that an applicant is not subject to any of the disabilities that by law would prevent them from obtaining a permit to purchase a handgun or firearms purchaser identification card; conduct a background check to confirm that the applicant is qualified to carry a handgun, including by ensuring that the application is, among other things, endorsed by three reputable people who have known the applicant for at least three years and can verify that the applicant is a person of good moral character and behavior; and ensure that an applicant has demonstrated that they are thoroughly familiar with the safe handling and use of handguns.
  8. There is a lot "what if's" being asked and lots of speculation. We should take a moment or two to bask in what we have accomplished. We have done what many thought was impossible. My home, our republic has been changed in the most fundamental sense.
  9. I have always used 5.11 tactical conceal carry belts when i carried in Florida and Virginia. They blend in well with casual wear like cargo pants and a polo shirt. Since i carried in hot weather primarily, my shirts were always moisture wicking and breathable. I typically carried a small 380 pocket pistol in a pocket holster or in the appendix position depending on what I was wearing. I sometimes carried a 1911 in the cocked and locked fashion of course. For the ammo choice I consistently used Hornady critical defense and Inceptor ARX. I have recently got some Fort Scott TUI ammo that i took classes with, it's good stuff and NJ legal!
  10. Don't get greedy now! You will carry that snubby and like it mister! LOL. On a serious note that is a good question and I'm sure we will find out when the AG shoots that email over to the state police. I hope we can swap, but we'll have to see.
  11. Don't give them ideas! I suspect that even though States can enact "sensitive places", if they prevent us from keeping it in the car would that not violate Thomas ruling? We are allowed to carry handguns outside the home for self-defense after all....
  12. I would personally choose the shield EZ in 380 with the ported barrel. I have heard accounts of the grip safety failing on the XD and preventing discharge. I love me some 1911, but production 1911's may be iffy with reliability so depending on budget i would look at custom or semi-custom 1911's.
  13. Oh a caveat before i forget, TTC does require me to re-qualify to draw from the holster every year! Most ranges in NJ will be the same. I just got certified last month so im good for awhile.
  14. I am qualified and certified to draw from a holster at TTC in Flemington NJ. A bunch of ranges here allow it as long as you take their courses.
  15. I forgot to mention to everyone here. When i got off the phone with my local PD this morning. They stated that likely the CCW process will be integrated into the FARS system. THIS IS GOOD FOR US! It may be similar to getting another P2P.
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