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  1. Electrical conduits. Period. Not fuel oil, those would be copper, and not plumbing. Sorry. Rayray Is right.
  2. Is it legal for an entity (town, city, etc) to require that firearms applications (fpid and handgun permit applications) be notarized? If it is not legal, to whom should one go in order to rectify this situation? Is it legal for an entity to delay an application beyond thirty days? Is it possible that an application can be processed within 30 days using the current NJ required background check systems?
  3. Waiting, not so patiently!
  4. These guys remind me of Harold Camping.
  5. Tremors
  6. Holy un-reasonable deviations!
  7. 65 miles because I had AAA, just this weekend. I got kaboshed earlier this year about 45 miles from home which caused me to get AAA extended. I've since used it twice after that initial. It has now paid for itself.
  8. TJ's service is second to none.
  9. A welcoming and well lit store with knowledgeable and approachable employees.
  10. http://concealednation.org/2015/09/an-in-depth-look-at-concealed-carry-insurance-should-you-get-it/
  11. Spreadsheet on a jump drive.
  12. Carry insurance by the definition of insurance can't protect you until you're acquitted. There are holes in this offering which are highlighted by others much more educated in this field than I. There are other offerings which are not insurance and therefore can provide you with the assistance you need immediately
  13. Things I look for: Hours, fees (all including what they charge for NICS as some stores add a bit to the state fee), which brands they carry, gunbroker name and link to their listings as well as current inventory.
  14. Not sure if this falls under due diligence but title search. Be aware that demoing the existing may not be in your best interest if there are other building restrictions. IE it may be necessary to tear down to the slab (or equivalent) in order to let you "build what you want" later. Also be aware of restrictions like the Highlands act that basically prohibit additional modification of your property.
  15. Nothing. HF often has several model numbers for the "same" item. Might be because of different suppliers or some such.