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  1. 1 minute ago, CAL. .30 M1 said:

    Because there is always one more Smith to collect.......or HP, or 1911 etc.

    Actually, IMO you should be shooting your handguns more than rifles, odds are you will need that more that the long gun...

    I'm not really into collecting anymore, the only thing I want to collect these days is cash.:D

    As for handgun practice, again whats the point?  One can only legally be used for SD on your own property or dwelling and it better well be as close range and properly justified or you'll be the one heading to prison.    

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  2. 1 hour ago, FDHog said:

    What's the big deal with e-mail, when they have the actual addresses. They could probably find your e-mail address if they wanted to anyway. 

    More hoops to jump through, more data collection and invasions of privacy.

    I'm not in any rush to buy another handgun. 

    With no concealed carry allowed in N.J it makes little sense to have multiple handguns, you can't even shoot them at WMA ranges. 

  3. On 4/17/2021 at 4:14 PM, Mrs. Peel said:

     the regular crime stats (also published on NJSP website) show that per capita crime rates (for a variety of crimes) are through the roof in only a handful of NJ's worst cities. You know, the usual offenders, Newark, Camden, Trenton, Paterson, Irvington, etc.

    And yet, all of those reports have been sitting there for the entire time Murphy has been in office and NONE of that has ever kept him from wrongly presenting this as a "state-wide epidemic" even when it's simply not true. 

    Thats because Murphy and the left are lying, sickening hypocrites.

    They don't give two shits about crime or the victims and never have, only using them as a means to disarm the other eight+ million law abiding people in N.J. 

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  4. 7 hours ago, siderman said:

    Only critical pc of data missing from those charts is a racial(!!!)  breakdown. 

    And location and gender - The third rails of gun control politics.

    That would should the vast majority of gun crime in N.J is highly concentrated in a few geographical areas committed by small disproportionate male segment of the population and mostly against others of the same group.

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  5. 1 hour ago, Krdshrk said:

    Stand and Fight.  You can't just retreat... Look at Virginia and Florida.  Just moving out doesn't help - because the wave of blue moves too.

    I'd retreat if I could.

    Regardless of the what happens with gun laws the 2015  fair housing commission ruling is on track to wreck whats left of N.J. suburban towns. 

    There are soviet style apartment buildings with hundreds of units each in the works all over N.J. and local tows can't do a damn thing about it. If they fight the builders sue and the courts take over and plan it out for them. 

    Parsippany alone has over a thousand units proposed so far and more on the way.

    These new tenants are urban transplants and are not going to be voting republican.

  6. 59 minutes ago, CAL. .30 M1 said:

    There are more than enough reasons to leave NJ....and guns is only one reason to leave...

    NJ is done...you can't win...you don't have the numbers...BUT, nothing is impossible - so maybe...but unlikely.

    Thats not an easy option for a lot of people; family, older parents, careers, etc.

    Now with real estate prices sky high and inventory plummeting in desirable locations the numbers don't work like they once did, i.e. cashing out expensive northeast real estate and purchasing a larger or less expensive property elsewhere. 

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  7. 2 hours ago, Sniper said:

    Actually, I really wanted to buy from the the local FFLs and support them. Either they don't respond, or the guy I went to said his suppliers couldn't get what I wanted, and he told me order online and have it shipped to him.

    Right. Can't buy what they don't have.

    I'm purchasing more on Ebay these days not because I want to but because the products I want/need are not available locally, the prices are insane or they've substituted a lower quality item, or both.

    People are going to regret the demise of brick and mortar stores. When competition is eliminated selection goes down and prices go up.   

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  8. 3 hours ago, Mrs. Peel said:

     The concrete bench was rather less than comfortable, but I'm sure it should be long-lasting so I can see why they opted for that.  :)

    Perhaps with the cost of lumber it was less expensive to build with concrete.

    Or, they hope someone trips and cracks their head open; bingo, one less gun owner in N.J.

  9. On 4/6/2021 at 2:49 PM, CMJeepster said:

    After gun control, I hope they take up brick control:  Man killed with brick at Morristown station had meal with suspect (nj1015.com)

    He's completely innocent.

    He just happened to be eating pizza with the victim an hour before they found him with his head bashed at the train station. And someone matching his description was seen on surveillance video running from train station around the time of the murder.  

  10. 41 minutes ago, leahcim said:

    But why physical PM vs owning it through a holding company or fund that would but and store and maintain the metal for you. Can't you get the same exposure that route?

    Personally, I prefer physical PM's to be in my possession.  A case can be made for having it stored outside the banking system but I'm not familiar with the details. 

    Keep in mind a roll of 20 American Gold Eagles (almost $40,000) can fit in a front pocket.

  11. 1 hour ago, leahcim said:

     Why would one own physical PM other than the MadMax option?

    As a hedge against dollar devaluation and inflation.

    Diversified stock portfolios, cryptos are fine as well but a percentage should be in physical PM's.  

  12. 11 hours ago, Sniper said:

    But, I still think it's going to be tough to use them in a barter/trade situation, as many people just don't understand the value (as the videos I posted above showed). Will there be a time you'll be able to buy a car, tractor, or house with a handfull of silver or gold coins, when the dollar collapses and bread costs $25/loaf? That could be a rare situation.

    We're not going to barter trade or mad max scenarios. 

    Whats certain is the dollar losing value and could lose its reserve currency status one day. If that happens people will get a painful lesson in the value of PM's verses fiat paper currencies.  

     Physical gold and silver holdings protect wealth in these situations. 

  13. 25 minutes ago, Sniper said:

    So, if you're not going to use them to buy what you need, what are you going to use them for?

    I'm going to roll around in them like Scrooge McDuck.

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