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  1. Yep, I know the used car market is UNSANE. Trying all avenues. Trying to budget at ~$8k. Looking for a used car for GF's daughter's first car. Looking for safety and reliability first. Performance, aesthetics and prestige dead last. Not in a rush. Must haves: - Auto trans - Fuel injection - All Factory Airbags Appreciate any leads that don't end up at a car dealer's lot.
  2. @Krdshrk - can we delete this thread? It's apparently a spammer-magnet.
  3. It requires a FID card, which is a "one-time" application - you get the card once, then you can buy as many rifles/shotguns/"long guns" as you want. If you've been buying handgun ammunition in NJ then I'm guessing you already have an FID card.
  4. Welcome Tsingh. I don't know of any public/non-membership required outdoor ranges in NJ that allow handgun shooting. There are WMA ranges that allow shotgun/rifle shooting as long as one person in the group has a valid NJ hunting license.
  5. Thanks. Just found this blurb too: And this: http://bulletproofme.com/Photos/11-Year-Old_Vest_Shootout_PHOTOS.shtml
  6. On soft kevlar armor - I've got a vest, purchased new, that's now ~13 years old. I wore it about 5 times for range trips and the rest of the time it's been on a closet shelf. Do I need to replace it?
  7. Hrmm. Yeah, that extra 1 million gallons will have a HAY-UGE impact...
  8. You sure about that legality, at least in NJ? You may want to go read here to see how "unserialized" firearms may have gotten swept up in the ghost gun law passed recently: https://www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/97772-possession-in-nj-of-self-made-firearm/&do=findComment&comment=1297622
  9. I don't think there is a "civilian" qualification course as NJ never intended for "civvies" to get carry permits. I'm guessing a retired LEO qualification would count?: http://www.njfirearms.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64
  10. And here we go: https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/bills/2021/s9227 "PURPOSE: The purpose of this bill is to create a private cause of action for violations of state law concerning firearms that is exclusively enforced by private person lawsuits, an enforcement concept sanctioned by the U.S. Supreme Court in Whole Woman's Health v Jackson."
  11. You'll sit in a hotel conference room with lots of other people. Some people will talk to everyone else, maybe on a stage, maybe with a microphone, maybe even with accompanying visual displays. If you're lucky, there will be food/drink provided. You'll likely hear RKBA-related info and news that you probably won't hear anywhere else. You may get solicited to participate in future activism, or to join or contribute to an organization or a campaign. You can choose to do so, or not do so. Maybe you'll even get an inkling that despite all the challenges there is hope for advancing the RKBA in NJ, that there is a large community of firearms enthusiasts and that you don't have to be a "closet-gun-owner", and that you have the ability to make a difference by contributing your efforts. Eventually the event will end and you go home.
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