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ChrisJM981

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ChrisJM981 last won the day on December 10 2016

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    Shooting (Duh), Craft Beers, Cigars, Hockey, & Guitars.
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  1. Your pistol would be in violation of the NJ AWB for pistols simply by having more than 1 "evil feature": over 50oz, magazine outside the pistol grip, barrel shroud, threaded barrel, etc. I also saw a mention for length of pull in one of the letters, but I'm not sure if there is a federal law and/or interpretation from the ATF concerning it.
  2. Any firearm under 26" is an AOW and requires a tax stamp. Good luck with that in NJ.
  3. Brian Aitken got 7 years for transporting a legally purchased handgun. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Aitken
  4. I have a Subaru Ascent as the family car. 3 rows and captain's chairs for 10k less than a Honda Pilot. 2 thumbs up so far.
  5. Collapsed for NJ as per NJSP letter. NJ measured with the brace collapsed. That threw a wrench in my plans. Need an 11.5" barrel now. As per the NJSP letter I concur.
  6. I'm sure I could send one in and have it approved, but I don't have a manufacturer's license. My guess is whoever is telling these FFLs that it has to be a "complete firearm" is doing so to prevent firearm owners from assembling their own for 2 reasons: 1. It allows the NJSP to track who owns them through the FFLs' books should there be a reversal of opinion and they need to be "returned". 2. If we start building our own we can claim they're in common use in a lawsuit. It's all about NJ having control over us law abiding firearm owners and FFLs.
  7. I'm sure I could send one in and have it approved, but I don't have a manufacturer's license. My guess is whoever is telling these FFLs that it has to be a "complete firearm" is doing so to prevent firearm owners from assembling their own for 2 reasons: 1. It allows the NJSP to track who owns them through the FFLs' books should there be a reversal of opinion. 2. Confiscate, confiscate, confiscate.
  8. It's the picture from the actual website. I don't think he's a troll. It's a legitimate question, however I wouldn't send a picture of my permit to carry. The statute "2C:58-4 Permits to carry handguns" does not differentiate between concealed and open carry. Both are legal with a permit to carry, but unless you're law enforcement, a guard for an armored car service, a judge, politician, or politically connected you have a better chance of finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow then being granted a permit to carry. It might as well be a No issue state.
  9. Please note that the overall length is 26.5" with a 12.5" barrel. This means the firearm was measured collapsed. If you choose to build your own and risk the legality of it, DO NOT use a barrel less than 12.5" long. I embrace gray areas of the law, but that letter from the NJSP sets a precedent for how OAL (overall length) will be determined in NJ.
  10. I'm pretty sure that's on the list.... Edit: It is on the list. N.J.A.C. 13:54-1.2 "Colt AR-15"
  11. Did schools stop teaching kids how to read a date like they did with analog clocks?
  12. Dark Storm has 15 rounds for NJ mag capacity listed on their site. I'd want to see a letter before I buy one. Just saying.
  13. I did a few through Hubzu. I won 2 auctions, but my bid didn't meet the reserve price. After the second "win" we found a house and bought it through an agent.
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