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  1. Looks like Andrey Kirisenko blew his cover by loaning his shirt. You can run his name and apparently he's a big time competitor in shooting sports. I don't know if he was with the FSB but I can believe they train doing something like that. Back in the 90s I helped train some Eastern Europeans after the collapse of the Berlin Wall and Soviet Union. Great men and women who would do anything for you. However, they had little concept of safety. They did things that would horrify Western Europeans and Americans. I have it from competent sources the SAS do a hostage rescue drill where they have one of their mates sit in a room and have lifelike targets sitting on either side of him. They have to make the entry and take out the targets without hitting their friend. I've heard from reliable sources that one day Margret Thacher was observing SAS training including this drill. She volunteered to play the hostage in spite of what her security detail did. About 100 years ago in basic training the Army had a night infiltration course. You low crawled a couple of hundred yards while they had a M60 firing 8-10 ft over you. They set off 1/4 pound charges in pits which shielded you from the blast but you still had sand raining down on you. Don't know if they still do this. Kind of mild in comparison.
  2. I've only been shooting over 50 years. Glocks for over 30 years. That includes overseeing a couple of hundred Glocks on the job. I've shot a lot of 9mms over that time and there are many I like, shoot, and carry. If I had to pick a 9mm handgun to be without, more so in a SHTF situation as the OP states, it would be a Glock 19. @Zeke you just have to try harder.
  3. Glock 19, best all around 9mm made. Most of the reasons have been mentioned. 45s are nice but you drive up ammo costs (at current prices) 60-100%. You need to consider in the long run you spend a lot more on ammo than you do for the gun. You'll save about $100 buying 1000 rds of 9mm vs 1000 rds of 45 ACP. There's no economy is reloading 9mm as cheap as it as now.
  4. There is a state statute for counterfeiting. It's included in the forgery statute. However, a bit more research on my part shows it's a 4th degree crime and that carries a maximum sentence of 18 months. Federal up to 20 years. It had to be a Federal conviction.
  5. There's "the rest of the story" behind this. Possibilities? It was more than a "counterfeit bill". Maybe a bunch of them ? It could be possession of counterfeit currency was one of several charges and you pled to the counterfeit charge. Was this a federal or state conviction?
  6. Question 11e on the 4473 specifically states that use of marijuana is a disqualifier under Federal law for firearms ownership. Being just about all firearms transfers have to go through a FFL in NJ. If you want to use marijuana no guns for you as it stands. This has been brought up before.
  7. If your life is hell it's because of choices you made. Based on your statement everyone should be shooting heroin, become an alcoholic, or using something to find "a moment of joy".
  8. The police in Colorado still are out there after street dealers. They can undercut prices from the "medicine" shops.
  9. Contrary to what a lot say, my daughter, no tickets no duis, pays more for her 15 year old Jeep than I pay for 2 cars. It's not the panacea many profess. @Handyman no personal cultivation!!! I'm sure Murphy will let you grow your own as long as the state collects the $42 an ounce tax.
  10. I know of retired LEOs who were licensed and working as private investigators who were denied carry permits before the existence of the Retired Police Officer permit. Judge felt the type of work they were doing didn't provide a need for them to have a carry permit. Before the RPO permit being a retired LEO didn't automatically get you a carry permit in NJ. It does in some states like NY. LEOSA (HR218) has nothing to do with state carry permits. The NJ AG is the one who says if you are a retired LEO living in NJ you need the state RPO permit. The RPO permit in NJ came out in 1997. LEOSA came out in 2004. IANAL but I find it comical the NJ AG feels he can pick and choose what parts of a Federal law he wants to recognize. He recognizes carry under LEOSA for retired LEOs that aren't NJ residents but not those who live in NJ? That sounds like a 14A violation right there. The few test cases I've seen with had to do mostly with the issue if the person carrying fit the LEOSA definition of being a LEO. IIRC there was an active duty Coastie arrested carrying on Long Island who beat the rap because his job fit the LEOSA definition of LEO.
  11. I have a Cimarron Mason-Richards conversion with a brass grip frame, case hardened frame and blued cyonder and barrel that looks nice.
  12. You are correct. No hollow points according to the NJ AG. LEOSA says retired LE can. Keep in mind LEOSA starts out using the term, "Notwithstanding any other provision of the law of any State...". "Notwithstanding" legally means unless we say it applies. The only application LEOSA mentions of state law is the state's ability to restrict carry in state owned buildings and on state owned land.
  13. That's what the NJ AG says. While state law may be more restrictive than Federal law IMO what the NJ AG has said is contrary to LEOSA. RPO permit is yearly and costs $50. They have to qualify twice a year.
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