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  1. Second Chance came to the market in the early/middle 70s. I bought my first in 1976. IIRC Davis offered a new 357. I don't think it was DOJ but his lawyers who advised him to stop this. Second Chance subsequently went belly up after they were caught making defective vests. Full story here: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-second-chance-body-armor-president-settles-false-claims-act-case-related-defective Not sure what they say now but it used to be a 5 years service life for a vest. I used my original vest for 6 years until the agency I worked for bought everybody one and continued to do so for the rest of my career. I took care of that vest as directed. I shot it about 25 years later and it still stopped everything it was advertised to.
  2. Crossed arms, totally defensive measure. He wants to close the discussion. Stutters and passes the question to the AG because he doesn't know what to say. AG fumbles a bit in how response.
  3. I read that Grewal authorized release of about 1000 held in county jails for "low level offenses". County prosecutors can appeal to Grewal if they want to keep someone locked up. The NJ AG has no authority to release anyone being lodged in a state or county facility for the Federal government for any reason. That would include ICE detainees. Besides, the Federal government pays a daily rate for each prisoner. The state or county makes money from this.
  4. @Ray Ray. You're a real American.
  5. It was slipping down. Sticky doesn't work with a J frame. Fine with a Glock 19. I love your 37. Sending you a pm for a deal.
  6. I concealed myself at a column.
  7. Sorry @Ray Ray I was at the Museum of Natural History with my grand daughters and my niece. I just resolved the issue with the least fanfare
  8. Only if the governor or majority of the legislature ask for it and the review board asks for a hearing. Don't think that's going to happen. I agree this was not a simple error or omission.
  9. @May20, @raz-0 pretty much said what needs to be said. Depending on the gun I'd even "break in" with less than 500 rds.
  10. It is not easy to remove or even censure a judge in NJ. Click on link and scroll down to NJ, http://www.judicialselection.com/judicial_selection/methods/removal_of_judges.cfm?state Judges are among those who have a certain type of immunity. You can't sue a judge for an incorrect ruling or omission. If you could who would want to take a job as a judge? She can get twice the amount she was earning the year before her conviction for each year she was in prison or $50,000 a year, whichever is greater.
  11. Whoa, the National Guard has been activated to help in food delivery and testing sites. They MAY help in curfew control. Don't think some 17 year old is screwing a M16 in your face A county executive has no power in relation to the National Guard.
  12. I never cared for the 40. The only thing the 40 did was create an "improved" gun S&W could sell to replace all those 9mms they had been selling for the prior 15 years.
  13. Most new guns don't need a break in for the gun they need a break in for the shooter @May20 what are you getting.
  14. IMO the Sticky is a better pocket holster for small guns than it is an IWB. A couple of years ago I was carrying a J frame in a Sticky in NYC. The holster lost friction and started to slide down the leg of my shorts (not undies). I was able to recover it unobtrusively and put it in my pocket. Sticky works okay with a G19 size gun or larger.
  15. I try to remain flexible.
  16. I've use both the Sticky and Nemesis for pocket carry of my BG380. Both work well IMO.
  17. Hmm...discussion has drifted to toilet paper consumption.
  18. Not criticizing you just showing options. Keep in mind of you use hand sanitizer a lot it will dry out your skin. That makes it easier for the virus to enter your bloodstream.
  19. A friend manages a liquor store. They used to sell about a case each of Everclear and Spiritus (Polish straight grain alcohol) a month. They sold 17 cases of each in the past two weeks.
  20. @Mr.Stu covered it as far as the function of th e gun. You need to shoot it to see where it hits for you and adjust the sights if possible and get used to the trigger. You need to get used to the controls on the gun. Something I heard a long time ago was it takes 3-500 repetitions to learn something and 3-5000 before it's muscle memory. You don't have to live fire the gun for all those repetitions. When the agency I worked for switched to a new issue gun everyone had to take a transition course. That consisted of 600+ rounds, maintenance, and malfunction drills.
  21. Well yeah, if he were a cop he can legally have a gun and hollowpoints.
  22. OK. There is no justifiable need for any LEO to have dark tint. There is another LEO that posts regularly on this forum that said his chief would write a ticket to anyone with too dark tint. The only exemption I know of was for AGENCY vehicles used for surveillance. This was a thing younger guys pushed and is really not necessary IMO. Keep in mind I worked for a Federal agency and we could drive around with no insurance, no plates, no inspection, on bald tires and no lights if we wanted to. I have no idea what's going on in Roselle Park. I lived there for a couple of years back in the 70s but don't know what's going on now. Back then, I was a Municipal LEO. I grabbed a teenager who was chunking ice at bus windows breaking them. I was told by the Roselle Park Police I might get an assault charge filed against me. I heard from the kid's mother. She said if I saw him doing stuff, smack the shit out of him. Never heard anything else. Keep in mind, I was a cop then so all this cops can do anything is bs. This was 1975.
  23. The agency I worked for adopted the S&W 6906 in the 80s and Glock 19 in the 90s. People with small hands had no problem adapting to them. Just my experience.
  24. Lying to a Fed under any circumstances is a crime. Ask Martha Stewart about that. Keep in mind she was prosecuted where James Comey was the US Attorney. That may have been the policy of the company that guy worked for.
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