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  1. The only meaningful source to "Grade" these submissions is the judge. Her decision alone counts and will keep the current terms of the TRO, rescind the TRO, or expand the TRO and grant the preliminary injunction which will stand until the case is heard in court. Keep aware of the updates by joining ANJRPC and help fund the litigation.
  2. I buy from Clarks on a regular basis for my 9mm range ammo. Takes a couple of days to get the shipping track info but pretty quick delivery by FedEx. Reasonable rates. I ordered American Eagle 115 gr FMJ 100 pks this week.
  3. I looked for months for the 4" and wanted to buy locally, and none were available. Decided on the 6" and don't have any others to consider with the weight issue.
  4. Just brought home a new 617 6" and ordered a SppedBeez speed loader set for it.
  5. KC17: "Any response?" He usually responds within a few days, with the holidays I didn't expect an answer until next week sometime. He and Assemblymen McGuckin and Catalano have been solid "No" votes on all of Murphy's illegal abuse of power.
  6. As this works it's way through the courts I continue to contact my state Senator & Assemblyman. Both voted against the new laws and I'm waiting for a reply to the most recent questions i sent the. Dear Senator Holzapfel, The recent passage of A4716 followed by S3214 solely on the strength of Democratic numbers in both houses of the legislature. Will the Republican members, all of whom voted against these bills, stand by without some ethics investigation of those supporters who knowingly and admittedly voted for an unconstitutional law? Where is the outcry about the malfeasance in office and disregard of their oath of office to uphold the U.S and State constitutions. Can the average citizen ever expect to see honorable representation again? Thank you for your support of those you represent, and for your consideration of this issue.
  7. Whenever I contact the Assembly or Senate on these issues along with my personal message, I remind them of these: NJ Constitution Paragraph 1 1. All persons are by nature free and independent, and have certain natural and unalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, of acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and of pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness. Oath of Office "I, ______ do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully, impartially and justly perform all the duties of the office of _____ to the best of my ability, and that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of New Jersey, and that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and to the Governments established in the United States and in this State, under the authority of the people.” Oath covered by this : 41:3-1. False swearing, affirmation of declaration; perjury If any person shall willfully and corruptly swear, affirm or declare falsely, in or by any oath, affirmation, declaration or affidavit, required to be made or taken by any statute of this state, or necessary or proper to be made, taken or used in any court of this state, or for any lawful purpose whatever, such person shall be deemed guilty of perjury and punished accordingly.
  8. You remind them we're paying attention, then work to attract the moderates who still believe in a Bill of Rights and the unaffiliated non-party voters who can think for themselves. Work to expand the voter base instead of quitting or alienating those not in lock-step with the arrogant Democratic Party members. I've done it for over 50 years and won't stop now, others a lot younger will benefit more than I will but it's worth the effort.
  9. Two emails with multiple recipients will work, one to thank those who helped with "No" votes, and one reminding the "Yes" voters they face re-election next year and their disregard of our rights will not be forgotten. The roll call committee vote on the bill went like this: Roll Call Sarlo, Paul A. (P) - Yes Cruz-Perez, Nilsa I. - Yes Diegnan, Patrick J. - Yes Greenstein, Linda R. - Yes Johnson, Gordon M. - Yes O'Scanlon, Declan J. - No Oroho, Steven V. - No Ruiz, M. Teresa - Yes Scutari, Nicholas P. - Yes Testa, Michael L. - No Thompson, Samuel D. - No Zwicker, Andrew - Yes
  10. I never testified but have for years kept in contact with elected officials on 2A issues. I agree 100% on getting and staying involved. When younger gun owners bemoan the fate of NJ 2a rights, I suggest it and relate my membership/support of advocacy groups, voting record and unfaltering commitment for over 50 years. Just stubborn, I guess.
  11. I have been to the State Legislature's web site and set up an account. When trying to add bills to be notified about there is no live icon or button to advance. I get to this screen and can find no way to subscribe to any bills.
  12. I, too, oppose the whole "cancel culture" mindset. That said, I also believe everyone is free to decide who to do business with and say so openly without being rebuked for that decision. Simply stating your position and, if you choose to, your reasons is not the same as calling for others to follow suit.
  13. As an FYI, 2023 will be a very important year in State-wide elections when all 120 seats in the legislature are up for grab. Get registered if you're not, get informed on the candidate's 2A voting or position, support their campaigns and vote these anti-gun officials out of office.
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