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  1. True but even that was October 19 so we are looking at three weeks and CHPD could have sat on the permits after I made the payment.
  2. Well . . . I filled out the online app the middle of October. Then my father went into the hospital and passed away. I didn't go to the police station and drop off my $6 check until Monday, November 1. At 6AM on November 4, I received an email that my permits were approved. This was in Democrat controlled Cherry Hill, NJ . . .
  3. Once again, he tosses out the "85% of seized guns come from out of state" which simply proves that his laws are not working because criminals don't care about them. But, what of the other 15%? How many are purchased legally here? How many are the result of straw purchases? How many are stolen? How do ten round magazine limits make me safer? How does not having an adjustable stock on an AR (or other gun) make me safer? Why is a welded compensator safer than one that is simply screwed on with some LockTite? These are the questions that need to be asked of our governor and our legislature.
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    At under $700! When stock is available, this will be on my short list.
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    Thanks gang . . . I hadn't looked at ammo yet (Can't tell you why!) but you have slacked my interest some . . .
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    OK . . . How about opinions from people who HAVEN"T tried them . . . It's not like this forum to not have an opinion!
  7. I'll need to check on my e-permits and see if they are still open . . . But, I'm interested! I'll let you know.
  8. I carry a back back when I travel . . . My "modern" life usually requires a laptop or tablet, phone charger, headphones and other things that would get me strange looks if I stuffed them in my pockets.
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    Is anybody shooting any of the 5.7x28 handguns? Should I want one? Or, is it just that it's new and unusual that makes want it?
  10. It is . . . But, the ATF isn't really interested in PA, NJ, NY or CT laws and the states can get away with more than the federal government can. But, this is really a show piece. They aren't going to accomplish anything except getting some press.
  11. Just a note . . . In both of the cases here, I believe that the gun must have been legally purchased even if out of state or prior to NJ's gun law growth. How you would prove, or the government disprove, that after 50 years is another story.
  12. https://www.fox29.com/news/armed-customer-fatally-shoots-robber-at-texas-restaurant?taid=615bf46fa6777700018ffa8e&utm_campaign=trueanthem&utm_medium=trueanthem&utm_source=twitter
  13. I just did this a little over a year ago, Mount Laurel to Cherry Hill. Yes, you have to go online and fill out the same form. There a box that you check indicating that it's an address change and you will include the number from you current card. You don't actually go through the whole process. Even during Covid, mine took about a week.
  14. Yes! Also make sure to let them know once you sign the online form. I've had references get their email within an hour and respond just as quickly. If they know when it's coming, it will not get buried in their inbox.
  15. So, that limits the type of gun safe you want to look for. I would keep a personal protection weapon in a safe in a closet. You likely want something with a biometric lock (there one for sale here on the forums!) so that you can access it quickly. You're also going to want several extra magazines. Personally, I keep THAT weapon in my nightstand drawer (there are no kids in the house) with two magazines of hollow points that STAY in the drawer. I don't take those magazines to the range. There are also usually a couple of magazines with range ammo in there. So . . . I guess I'm saying that you should buy several 10 round magazines. Of course, if the administration in Trenton changes and I win my assembly seat, you may be able to buy larger capacity mags . . . We'll see . . .
  16. I didn't see anyone else ask, so I will pose two questions: First, is your intended purchase a handgun, shotgun or rifle? Second, what is the purpose of the purchase? These two questions will have an impact on what else you need. Particularly, gun storage.
  17. As I understand it, Ciattarelli would be happy to have "shall issue" in NJ. His talk about permits for "certain professions" is something that he will try to push through a Democrat controlled legislature as a "foot-in-the-door" along with repeal of the magazine limits. He has said, very clearly, many times, that a Republican legislature puts everything on the table.
  18. I'm sure that many did . . . Just like I'm sure that many did not . . . You're a businessman and your income is based on your location along with other factors. It costs you a lot more to move that it does some guy in a two bedroom apartment who isn't expecting to live there for the rest of his life anyway. If he can keep extra money in his pocket today, he will and he will worry about tomorrow when it comes.
  19. First . . . I think that California wants to pay off everyone's back rent! After that terrible idea, landlords will likely be able to rework mortgages because the banks do NOT want the properties. The same goes for homeowners who have fallen behind. Yes, some MAY bail at high prices but for rentals, it's difficult to find investors because they know they are buying at the top of the market. For homeowners, they are going to need to live somewhere. If you sell at the top, you're buying at the top. Many may move to rentals to wait out the bubble but this will drive rents up. Banks do not want to be in the RE business. It almost always results in a loss for them.
  20. The tenants already owed the money to their landlords. The moratorium was on collection action/eviction. The rents due still accumulated as unpaid. This is the real crux of the problem. Many tenants who continued to work and could have been paying their rent didn't pay because they "didn't have to". Without the moratorium, tenants and landlords could have worked out deals for those affected by the pandemic and continued to collect from those who were not. Remember, as well, that many of these people are not working because the earn MORE on unemployment. This process has completely screwed many landlords who are often actually small businesses who own a half dozen single family homes as rental properties. Not every landlord collects millions from a highrise apartment building.
  21. Many of these lines of credit ARE tied to real estate. If they expect a crash, it would be time to get out.
  22. Save some Amazon boxes or get some used boxes from Walmart or the super market. Put the ammo in and tape it up. Everybody who comes through will know that you are getting ready to move so they will not question it. I would less worried about liberals then kids playing with it or someone just helping themselves to 50 rounds figuring that you have so much that you will not even notice.
  23. For the last 30 years, every time a Democrat wins, I hear "No Republican will ever win again!" . . . Then when a Republican wins I hear, "No Democrat will ever win again!" Both have been proven wrong every time.
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