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  1. Kinda want. Wish there was a quality 9mm revolver that didn’t require moon clips (yes, I understand the challenge with rimless ammo).
  2. https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.anjrpc.org/resource/resmgr/files/signed_west_milford_twp_2nd_.pdf
  3. Audio is up: https://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/audio/2019/18-280
  4. What really burns me about Bloomberg is he is such a $(%&^)#$ hypocrite on guns. Here's an example of the security detail he traveled with when he was mayor: He apparently loves being in Berumuda at his house there - it was an issue when he was mayor, how much time he actually spent in NYC vs. Bermuda. He apparently obtained special permission for his security detail to be armed in Bermuda when most police there do not have firearms: https://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/26/nyregion/26bermuda.html
  5. Wow, winter came to the North! Glad to hear your prior preparations worked out, @45Doll and @Malsua.
  6. Bob, my *guess* is that he was in Monmouth and his ex-wife was in Mercer, or vice versa, at the time the TRO went into effect. I assume the agency in the county of residence executed the seizure and then transferred to the county where the TRO was executed?
  7. I came across David Cline's story through a NJ gun-related facebook group. I've had an online conversation with David but haven't independently validated any of it before I decided to pass this information on. He claims he's been in touch with NJ2AS and that they've verified his story. My understanding - His ex-wife filed a TRO against him in Mercer County in May of 2019 and he had his firearms and archery equipment seized due to that TRO. In June of 2019 a judge dismissed the TRO; David was not convicted of anything in regards to his dispute with his ex-wife and other than the seizure for the TRO there is nothing else in his record that prohibits him from owning firearms in NJ. He has requested the return of his firearms and archery equipment, but the Mercer county prosecutor has neither returned his property nor raised an objection to the return of the same (which should happen within 45 days). David retained a lawyer to file a motion to force Mercer county to appear before a judge on the return of his property but is running out of funds to continue the court proceedings (he is a grad student). Below is the link to his gofundme for legal fees which has the following description written by him: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-david-get-back-his-property-wrongfully-taken
  8. I'm not expressing an opinion on the *likelihood* of mooting this Friday, just pointing out the possibility is there.
  9. Per the Reason.com article SCOTUS has an opportunity to moot the case on Fri 12/6. We should know by Mon 12/9 if they decide to do that:
  10. Fix guns to center column, insert into drum, fill with cosmoline?
  11. Audio recording of arguments should show up here (not available as of this writing): https://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/argument_audio/2019#cell02-00-2019
  12. Some post argument analysis by Stephen Halbrook (https://www.stephenhalbrook.com/):
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