Jump to content

Cheflife15

Members
  • Content Count

    763
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Feedback

    100%

Community Reputation

393 Excellent

About Cheflife15

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Dunellen
  • Home Range
    Obrpc

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Unfortunately, Lots of things are unconstitutional. With that said, respectfully, I'm happier knowing a guy who can't hit a target more than a couple feet away isn't blasting away next to my wife and kid. Part of being a responsible gun owner is knowing how to handle the gun you carry. There is nothing keeping you from shooting the current gun you have with better profiency. Dry fire, take a class, practice. That should be your focus.
  2. But if you can't hit more then a few feet away with it then why are you carrying it? I hope I don't have loved ones behind your target. Very irresponsible in my opinion. Sign up for a class.
  3. This is a terrible attitude. Carry a gun you can actually shoot.
  4. Alec is being charged with manslaughter. https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/alec-baldwin-charged-involuntary-manslaughter-fatal-rust-shooting-district-attorney
  5. My favorite sentence from the article A combination of a proliferation of guns, "stand your ground'' states, concealed carry permit holders and a growing lack of confidence in police to protect communities appear to be fueling a spike in incidents of U.S. citizens intervening in what they perceive to be crime... As if this wasn't clearly a crime lol.
  6. It took me a while to figure out how to shoot straight. I was shooting for about a year before I did. It was actually @Mr.Stu and @Zeke that I shot with that helped. Find experienced shooters and take their advice. Shooting low left is the standard anticipating recoil and tightening your grip before pulling the trigger. Unload the gun, dry fire, and watch your red dot. It will give you feed back right before it is fired.
  7. Also received a letter that says if I move the permit needs to be surrendered. Looks like I'll be going through this process again in a year.
  8. I don't think this is true at all. If that was the case they wouldn't be dragging their feet at permits, ccw etc.
  9. I imagine alot of this is regional. If I got pulled over In Piscataway I imagine I'd get a different reaction than if I'm pulled over in Newton.
  10. Dry fire pays dividends. Buy some snap caps and practice keeping a proper sight picture while pulling the trigger to the rear of the gun. I always read trigger placement isn't as important as it's preached. Depending on the size of your hand, fingers etc it all changes. Your goal is to pull the trigger to the rear while keeping proper sight picture. A common mistake is shooting low left if you're a righty. That has to do more with tightening your hand rather then where your trigger finger is. A solid grip from your support hand can help. I'm sure someone will chime in with places in south jersey for classes, I'm just not familiar with it.
  11. How long have you been shooting? Do you have a picture of a target you shot at?
  12. Does us law shield only handle strictly self defense situations? Their website is a bit muddy in my opinion. Does it cover wrongful arrest? Maybe a cop misidentified Hornady as a hollow point, or a cop makes a mistake with some other statute.
  13. The sticky says Duty to inform and Insurance requirements do not take effect until July 2023. has this been updated?
  14. I'm also not gunna lie, It will feel very weird legally walking around with a concealed carry. It will definitely take some getting used to.
  15. I actually just googled it out of pure curiosity. Has this been addressed? I'm not a big drinker but I occasionally have one or 2 out with dinner.
×
×
  • Create New...