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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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  1. Book was great fun. Movie - not so much. Not even close story to the book other than at a really high level. Very cool special effects though.
  2. I don't believe that the ATF has access to that level of data. Numbers manufactured- yes. When they trace a specific firearm, they call the manufacturer who refers them to the distributor who tells them the dealer who tells them the end sale target. They'll be able to get the number of NICS checks by state and what general type(hand gun, long gun, other or multiple) but specific sales to end users aren't filed with them unless one person buys more than 1 handgun in a 5 day period or it's a machine gun, sbr or similar form 4 weapon. ( these won't happen in NJ)
  3. Angry Erik's Lafayette, NJ Tiny little place that sprang up a few years ago. Owned by a wonderful family and makes some of the best beer. Favorite here is "The Dainty Viking" A blonde ale that bashes you in the head like a shield maiden.
  4. Managed to catch this. Not bad. Scott Bach needs more that 15 seconds to go over this issue. He was reviewing the current “news’ that people could buy guns in Carteret, NJ. With the limited time, he thoroughly debunked it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  5. And the NJ handgun permit system is successful. Make it so painful for the law abiding that they won't bother.
  6. FN FNX45 Tactical in 45acp HK MK23 in 45acp
  7. Automatic weapons are not illegal. They are, however difficult to obtain and the number available are capped. If you consider for a moment what other stocks might be classified as bump stocks since you can bump fire any rifle, stock not withstanding, you'll see why banning by feature isn't a good idea.
  8. If any handgun has ever been made in a specific caliber, then ATF considers that the AP ammo regulations then apply to that caliber. That’s why you can’t buy AP ammo for cartridges like 7.62×39 and several others. Even more confusing is it’s a caliber restriction not bullet. A .308 size bullet in 30-06 Springfield is fine - no handgun has been made. The same bullet in a .308 Winchester cartridge is banned. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  9. That comes from the federal ban on ap Ammo in handguns. Because 7.62x39 steel core Ammo can be fired in a handgun chambered in 7.62x39 it is banned. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  10. This is what as known as the Barrett response. Barrett won't sell to California law enforcement because CA bans civilian ownership of 50bmg. Not sure about it's impact.
  11. Currently enrolled with US law shield. Their membership services are customer friendly and get the job done. Never had to call for a shooting so I can’t comment there. I went with them since they’d cover me for possessory offenses as well as homicide defense in the case of a shooting or other altercation. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  12. Note. You can’t take advantage of the deals on Ammo and have a NJ address. Deal on bullets however are very good. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  13. Someplace around 50 cents a round and it will move. As you get closer to 308/30-06 price interest fades.
  14. There are ways around this but it requires planning and delays your exit.
  15. Any NRA pistol instructor I believe is qualified to sign off. If you want to have an extra edge, go to one with a record of signing off retired LEOs