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About RadioGunner

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  1. Yes. That is our only recourse now. That and federal law such as national reciprocity.
  2. No. The rights of the minority must also be respected and protected. This is why we have elected representatives rather than just mob rule.
  3. Could be. And this will be problematic for those who visit private homes as part of their business (eg plumber, electrician)
  4. From what I could gather: NEW PLACES ALLOWED: Zoos Health care facilities - only as to facilities set forth in Plaintiffs’ declarations ( I believe this excludes mental health facilities) Public filmmaking locations STRUCK DOWN: Insurance mandate in-person interview requirement of carry permit applicant’s character endorsers CLARIFIED: Airport carry still prohibited, checking unloaded firearm in is not prohibited, as is carry while pickup/dropoff also not prohibited. Private property only applies to publicly accessible places. STILL PROHIBITED: Schools playgrounds childcare facilities youth sporting events NOT GONE: Higher fees Exception for judges, prosecutors, AGs Anti-Brandishing Fish and game restrictions References "Such other information" to review a concealed carry applicant’s application
  5. I believe this is for the HQL which is their FOID/possession permit, not Wear and Carry.
  6. That is incorrect. NJSA 2C:39-3 f.Dum-dum or body armor penetrating bullets. (1) Any person, other than a law enforcement officer or persons engaged in activities pursuant to subsection f. of N.J.S.2C:39-6 The exemption for moving is NJS 2C:39-6(e). NJS 2C:39-6(f) is strictly about target practice. Instead of NJS 2C:39-6(e) they put a narrower exemption. NJSA 2C:39-3g(2) a. Nothing in subsection f. (1) shall be construed to prevent a person from keeping such ammunition at his dwelling, premises or other land owned or possessed by him, or from carrying such ammunition from the place of purchase to said dwelling or land, Says nothing about moving. Only says you’re legal to possess at your dwelling, premises, land owned or possessed - and - only FROM place of purchase to your home. You can’t even take it out of your home unless you’re going to target practice.
  7. Supposedly it’s so asinine that even a necklace with a hollow point bullet is illegal outside the exemption.
  8. It’s absolutely true. It’s far more likely that non-LEO will encounter issues.
  9. Well, you’re a (retired) cop, so I don’t think you’d have a bad experience.
  10. The problem I have with this is the state encouraging or even demanding that establishments ban carry. And that any ban doesn’t extend to retired law enforcement. Any ban should be entirely voluntary and the state should have no say. Unfortunately I suspect they’ve been getting nudged by the administration.
  11. AC still has casinos? Saves me from going to the dumpy AC casinos I guess.
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