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  1. I don't think any NJ election results are certified yet, so not "official", but I highly doubt that any remaining uncounted ballots will bring Sweeney back in the lead.
  2. Oral arguments happening NOW: https://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/live.aspx
  3. Dig a bit into the author of that article and I think you'll uncover a political leaning. Here's a starting point for you: https://twitter.com/aarontanglaw?lang=en
  4. I’ll take them. I’ll pm you my cell # to arrange pickup.
  5. There is one situation where having receipts for handgun transfers could save you grief: If you acquired handgun(s) in NJ, those handguns are registered with NJSP through the transfer process. If you continue to live in NJ, but sell one or more handguns outside of NJ, then it would be prudent to keep records of those sales. If you are ever subject to firearm confiscation (say, due to domestic violence or red flag order), the police are going to come to your door with a list of a handgun(s) for you to surrender. If you do not surrender every handgun on that list, or provide evidence as to why the handgun is no longer in your possession, then you can expect a search warrant to get executed.
  6. Are the ones you have the "Pro 2.0" model?: https://isotunes.com/collections/top-products/products/isotunes-pro-2
  7. No argument that NJ would lose in some court....eventually. But there's nothing to prevent NJ legislators from enacting restrictions and NJ judges from enforcing them while they work their way through the courts, right?
  8. In my view, immediately after the decision is rendered. Hypothetically, the law is unconstitutional at that point, but NJ will not have enacted any new restrictions. It could be that SCOTUS grants a 90 day or 180 day "grace period" for the offending states to get their crap together prior to making the decision effective, or maybe not.
  9. Just thinking out loud - if "good cause"-type laws are found unconstitutional, of course NJ will look to still restrict the right as much as possible within the confines of the decision; they likely wouldn't survive a lawsuit challenging them, but they would still take time to get repealed. Possibilities: - Onerous fees ("$5,000 permit fee, renewable every 6 months") - Onerous training requirement ($1,000 concealed carry course requirement, only approved class is held in Cape May on the 2nd Wednesday of every other month, capacity limited to 5) - Exclusions on allowed carry places (Not within 10,000 feet of any school or childcare facility, state or federal government office or facility, place of worship, medical facility, business that sells alcohol, public park, sports or recreation facility, property owned by a public utility, etc. etc. etc.) - Restriction on type/number of firearm allowed to be carried (only specifically registered 11 shot revolvers chambered in 8mm Nambu) -NJ redefines "carry" as "must be concealed carry" and sets harsh penalties for the carrier/bounties for snitches if the carrier is discovered in public. I'm considering getting a carry application queued up to submit immediately after a decision, if the decision is "good cause laws are unconstitutional". It might actually sail through before NJ can react fast enough to come up with another way to restrict it.
  10. Also recommend "doubling up" on ear pro. Foam earplugs + earmuffs. It can be LOUD if you're in a port next to someone firing a rifle with a muzzle brake.
  11. https://www.ammoseek.com https://www.reddit.com/r/InStockAmmo/ I personally like https://www.sgammo.com for reliability. They're not really beating any other retailers out there on price or shipping, but they do ship to NJ and they are super reliable.
  12. Rented an apartment for a long time and had a big collection of guns and ammo. Definitely get a safe. When you have it moved/delivered, ask whoever is doing the moving to throw a dark sheet over it as they bring it in. Or get a "modular" safe that you can bring in piece by piece and assemble: https://www.snapsafe.com/modular-safes/ I had my safe inside a closet so it wasn't out in the open for when the superintendent/contractors/building inspectors etc. came through.
  13. With the exception of hollowpoint ammo, there's no restriction on transporting ammo as long as it is separate from any firearms. Hollowpoint ammo can only be legally possessed in some narrow situations: transporting from home to range, range to home, store to home. Home to home is not exempted (If the question comes up, you are transporting from an out of state range to home.) Best practice if transporting outside a trunk or in a part of the car that is otherwise visible to someone outside the car - cover it with a blanket or similar so that it doesn't raise a question if stopped.
  14. Yes it is. Your first post, taken alone, leads people to believe that there are no circumstances in which one caliber can be used instead of the other. When did I suggest using .308 in a 7.62 anything? Covered in the article I linked. So your M1A is proofed for .308, but not proofed or stamped for 7.62, but yet you use that round anyway? Because you have enough information to make an intelligent decision? Like I was trying to provide in my earlier post?
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