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About B4LLZNJ

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  • Birthday 12/13/1972

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    Old Bridge , New Jersey
  • Interests
    Motorcycles, RC CARS and Bowling.... and now guns
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    NOMAD , VAGAVOND ....CALL ME WHAT YOU WILL!

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  1. Well took it apart and the bolt released, no light primer strike. Lack of pulling the ch fully back is the reason why it happened. Alls well that ends well.
  2. Nah. I figured I’d do some research about it before I messed with it. However like I said if there was no pinned stock rule it would’ve been fixed already. The good part is it’s not broke so really nothing needs to be fixed. It just needs to be cleared.
  3. No. Can’t open the action. Safety is stuck in off position and trigger is locked. And it’s a live round.
  4. I was told that by collapsing the stock and using the mortaring technique would release the bolt. It involves pulling the charging handle while Giving the butt of the stock a jolt on the floor. But because it’s pinned , at best I break the pin at worst I break the stock.
  5. So..... I went shooting today with AR. I shot about 200 rounds , 100rds of 223 and 100rds of 556. The rifle really is a pleasure to shoot. Then...... it happened. I thought the magazine seated properly ....but it didn't. The bolt carrier locked , the safety locked as well as the trigger ....ugh. As the noob I am my first reaction was omg I broke it. Later to learn that its a simple fix. Well not so simple when you have a pinned stock. So we have a nj state law that's says I have to have a pinned stock which is obstructing me from fixing my AR. unbelievable! Just a rant and a bit of frustration!
  6. Precision Firearms 223 Wylde 1/8 twist Stainless Steal and Fluted
  7. My friend that is such a loaded question...lol. In my humble opinion as a noob myself I've researched this pretty deep and just bought my first AR-15. There are so many options, features and accessories. I just bought Precision Firearms Katana 3 tactical AR-15 Matched Billet Upper and Lower PF Stainless Midlength 223 Wylde 1-8 Twist Barrel Medium Weight w/ Fluting Samurai 13 inch handguard Mlok Geissele 2 Stage Trigger 4 lbs total weight PF Super Match NiB Carrier Group, Optional Phalanx Coated (Mellonite) PF LMD Brake , Optional PF NOX Flash Hider Integral Triggerguard Hogue Rubberized Grip with Beavertail BCM Gunfighter Mod 4 Charging handle Milspec 7075-T6 Buffer Tube (not the cheap 6061 tubes common on the market now) Magpul ACS-L Stock or Magpul STR or BCM SopMod Magpul AFG Soft Tactical Case USA Made in West Virginia PF Single Point QD Sling Included Available in Black, FDE, OD Green, Tungsten, Burnt Bronze, Storm Gray Vortex Strikefire 3 Red / Green dot $1900 give or take. You really should learn as much as you can about all aspects of the riffle. Just humble advise from a guy that didn't know this was so deep! Also keep in mind if that riffle is used in a HD situation .....it will be taken by the police.
  8. Do they have a tour? How is the demeanor of the members? Do they have any trainers? I know what I'm asking is very forward but I need to size it up. Before getting my fid card I visited a gun store, I got to tell you if personal and family protection wasn't involved I probably would have walked away from this. I'm sure some of you guys can remember when you first got involved with the sport/hobby! It at times can be overwhelming and there's a lot of uncertainty.
  9. thank you fellas, OBRPC ...the outdoor range is real close. However I really want to check out as many as I can. The decision for the M&P was pretty easy actually. It was the most comfortable to shoot. Anyone know who I should be looking to speak with at OBRPC?
  10. Good morning all, I recently acquired my ID card and my 2 permits. I think I've everything expected from a noob. I've rented 21 guns from four different ranges.I've made my first purchased and had it shipped from the Carolinas. For my first gun I decided on the M&P 9mm 2.0 pc c.o.r.e in 5". Its at my local gun shop now we are waiting on the NICS.However now I'm at the stage of picking a range. I've been to Guns for hire , RTSP in Union and Randolph and We shoot down by Lakewood . All public ranges, What would you guys and gals say as the pro's and cons of private vs public? Any input or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Its time to pick a home range!
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