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About NJ_Sig

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  • Location:
    South Jersey
  • Interests
    Shooting, bird hunting with my Springer, bow hunting, archery. Saltwater fishing from the back bays to offshore.
  • Home Range
    Range 129, Atlantic County

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  1. Well I live next to AC for what it’s worth good or bad
  2. I use this. Came free with a OWB holster I got from them. I wouldn’t pay $41 for a single mag carrier
  3. Same here. I did mine online and all 4 were contacted automatically by email just like when getting a pistol purchase permit.
  4. Thoughts on a community farmers market or festival and concealed carry. Does that qualify as a public gathering that requires a permit? What if it’s held in a school parking lot but not in the school on a weekend? My guess is no carry at the above scenarios …
  5. I too have to shoot 10 rounds at 25 yards. My last range trip I went 6/10, 3/4 and then 9/10 at 25 yards. I’ll go again in the next couple of days and practice at 25 yards. I’m good at 15 yards in, except I tend to pull my first shot with shooting support hand only at 5 yards. I plan to qualify in the next week or two with my Sig M11-A1 and Sig P320 Compact in 9 mm
  6. I joined Range 129 and enjoy it. It’s only 20 minutes from my house. The people are great and I have not had any issues there. The RSO’s are great and have been very helpful with new shooters etc from what I have seen. It looks like they went through some growing pains from reading the old thread. I personally have not run into any issues from the old thread. I believe you have to watch a safety video and sign a waiver before the first time you shoot there. I could be wrong on that though. I just had to do the waiver. The first time I went I brought my wife who has never shot, and I accompanied her for a private lesson with the head instructor Bob, who I had previously known. I figured it would work out better that way for my wife which it did. I would just go there and shoot and check it out for yourself. If I can help or if you have any questions just hit me up.
  7. I have not had any issues with Target Sports and have ordered from them multiple times
  8. Wonder how many will be arrested for violating social distancing guidelines? Oh wait that’s only for peaceful 2A protests ....
  9. I have a 2016 Jeep JK unlimited and love it, even more than all the pickup trucks I’ve owned. Being able to lock things up with the hardtop also played a role in that. Plus being able to take the top and doors off is golden, not to mention the true off-road capabilities
  10. Nice. Let us know what you think of it
  11. Love the Money Pit. Woods rot screw won’t hold I gotta be me...
  12. Welcome to the forum! Definitely pork roll btw
  13. I agree and applaud him for standing up for what he believes in, especially with the risk of knowing that it could/would cost him his job
  14. According to his police Chief Port of Seattle Police Chief Rod Covey on Tuesday posted an explanation of the department’s response to Anderson’s video in a Facebook post. “Greg has always had the ability to express his opinions on what is going on in the country like all other Americans,” Covey wrote. “However, he is not allowed to do so while on duty, wearing our uniform, wearing our badge and while driving our patrol car. Every police officer in the country understands that. I personally told this to Greg and told him that I would support his right to talk about these issues as long as he did so while not claiming any affiliation to our police department. Greg has chosen this course of action even after he and I spoke and while also knowing that his actions were outside of well-established policy.”
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