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  1. Even if the court hasn't issued a mandate saying they can't enforce that law. The court has said that that law is unconstitutional. Therefore if they were to enforce that law, they would be breaking the law by knowingly infringing on citizens constitutional rights.
  2. The amount and size of Pro-Hamas rallies in our cities and universities should be alarming. Where did these people come from, how did they get here, and what are their intentions? Southern border is wide open to ANYBODY. These groups have said that America is next. They had to cut down fences and paraglide in to get into Israel. They can walk right in to America and then get transported on our dime to wherever they want to go. Seems like its just a matter of time.
  3. Major cyberattack impacting critical care at hospitals in at least 3 states | Watch (msn.com) NJ is one state.
  4. Pennsylvania Water System Hacked, Haunting Message Appears on Control Panel (msn.com)
  5. Exactly, if a civilian where to blatantly ignore a court order or court decision they would be put in jail.
  6. MD State Police to Courts: "Fuck you, we don't have to listen to you!" https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/police-in-this-blue-state-will-continue-enforcing-draconian-handgun-law-ruled-unconstitutional-by-court/ar-AA1kCjcd
  7. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/federal-judges-overturn-maryland-handgun-licensing-law/ar-AA1kju9F
  8. This is actually what I was getting at. Why where mental health facilities torn down and not replaced? Because it is more lucrative to continually treat with drugs. More the 1/3rd of Americans have been prescribed anti-depressants. Many drugs have suicidal or homicidal thoughts as side effects. Big pharma needs to be held accountable, not gun manufacturers. But big pharma will not be held accountable because they are the largest lobbying industry, spending twice as much on buying politicians as the 2nd biggest industry.
  9. Where's the best place to get .308 ammo for target practice?
  10. Didn't realize there was a difference between G2 and G2 Carry Gun. Hollow points are legal to own in NJ, just can't carry them unless going to/from range. If inclined, buy a box to see if they have any exposed cavity. If they do, go to the range it use it, then try something different. Totally legal.
  11. Are you FPC or GOA member? If not, the brace technically probably should not be sold as part of the gun. I'm sure you can figure out ways around this though.
  12. Hmm. Just saw this pic. Looks like the polymer is clear, but makes the top flat. This should be it NJ legal I think since there is no exposed cavity. Firearms Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) | New Jersey State Police (nj.gov) 13. I’m not a police officer, are hollow points legal for me to possess? Yes. They are legal for purchase and possess in your home or on land owned by you. They are legal to possess and use at a gun range. They are also legal to possess while traveling to and from such places. Ammunition lacking a hollow cavity at the tip, such as those with a polymer filling, are not considered to be hollow point ammunition. An example of this can be seen with the Hornady Critical Defense / Critical Duty, Cor-Bon PowRball / Glaser Safety Slug and Nosler Inc. Defense ammunition.
  13. Hmm, I can't tell in the pic if there is any exposed cavity or not. Is the top totally flat? Or is the outer portion taller than the inner portion (even if minimal)? The green pic makes it look like it is not flat and that there is a small cavity. The bottom pic makes it look like it is flat.
  14. I'm sure they do. My point was that if it goes to court because of the mags, their argument above either becomes invalid or you could argue that the court has stated that they can't deprive you the benefit of your property and therefore seizing your mags (and arresting you for them) violates what the court said.
  15. So does this mean that if you have mags > 10rds at home, that you can't get in trouble since this court said you can't be deprived of the benefit of your property in regards to large capacity mags? Anyone know of any cases where someone got in trouble just for having large capacity mags in NJ?
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