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  1. 450rds GECO 115gr TMJ $260.00 Pick up 08852 South Brunswick, NJ copy of FID & matching NJ DL required. Payment via Cash, Zelle, or Venmo First person to post "I'll take it" and DM me gets this great deal.
  2. 1) 7 Boxes x 50rds (350rds) FIOCCHI 9mm 115gr FMJ 1200fps $200.00. 2) 7 Boxes x 50rds (350rds) FIOCCHI 9mm 115gr FMJ 1200fps $200.00. Feel free to make any reasonable offer via DM, will also trade for Federal, Fiocchi, etc., 124gr FMJ, TMJ, or TSJ. Pickup in South Brunswick Township (Monmouth Junction) 08852, Must have FID with matching NJ Drivers License. Payment in Cash, Zelle, or Venmo. First one to post "I'll take it" and DM me with their info gets this great deal Be sure to let me know if you want one or both sets of 7 boxes.
  3. This happened to me last summer. But I had the day off, it was raining, and I felt like being a pain in the a$$ so I called and complained about their stupidity. Ended up with a $20 gift card and a useless apology. Ordered the ammo boxes off of Amazon while I was on the phone with Wallyworld.
  4. Thank's for posting those laws and UPS rules for shipping ammo. I'm thinking about selling some spare 9mm, 223, & 12ga, on GunBroker and have been frustrated by all the multitude of state laws and requirements. I'm thinking if I avoid shipping to HI, AK, and CA, and require a copy of a state ID and firearms ID, I'll be okay. Am I forgetting anything?
  5. That falls into line with what I've been told with the Gock 15rd magazines. That even though the base plate is not epoxied, they are not "readily and easily" converted back to original capacity because the follower would have to be replaced in order for it to hold 15rds again. In theory, if I epoxy the spring to the Magblock limiter, then to convert the PMAG back to 30 from 10 I would have to replace the spring and the locking plate.
  6. Hi Everyone, Assumeing that under the text NJ law that the use of a rivet or epoxy = permenant. Then replacing the locking plate of a Magpul PMAG M3 30rd with a Magblock 10/30 limiter securing the bottom slide plate with a rivet or epoxy = legal. My question is; If we replace the PMAG locking plate with the Magblock limiter and epoxy the spring to the Magblock limiter, leaving the bottom slide plate free to open for cleaning the magazine, is this still "permanent"? I ask because I have seen Glock 15rd magazines limited with a Magblock 15/10 epoxied to the follower and the bottom plate left free so that the magazine can be opened for cleaning.
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