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  1. I'm currently running some aftermarket mags for the hk45 https://www.keepshooting.com/hk45-magazine.html I can't say they are the same quality as the HK but are just fine for practice magazines. Sent from my SM-N950U1 using Tapatalk
  2. You get both standards and then there is the one off from Bushmaster. Ar10 DPMS/Knights Armament/Fulton Armory Are the top two "Standards". Not sure who sells more. About 15 years ago. Bushmaster tried to make a new standard to use up surplus FAL mags. If memory serves, it flopped due to a bad bolt design. Sent from my SM-N950U1 using Tapatalk
  3. I posted here due to the political nature. Wasn't sure what the protocol for the board was. Secondly, I didn't want to tip the publicly searchable section if this was being done on the hush. The notice I got said specifically no press or recording. The note I got follows: On Sunday, October 15, Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno is scheduled to present the keynote address at the ANJRPC annual meeting members' luncheon! Lieutenant Governor Guadagno is a former Sheriff and the current Republican candidate for Governor in the upcoming election. She carried a gun as Sheriff, and has repeatedly stated that she wants "to make New Jersey better for law abiding gun owners." "The Lieutenant Governor's historic appearance marks the first time that a high-level member of the New Jersey executive branch has addressed an annual meeting of law-abiding gun owners," said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. "Please join us for this momentous occasion." The Lieutenant Governor's address at the members' luncheon is scheduled to begin at approximately 12:15 p.m., following the conclusion of the members' business meeting (which convenes at 10:00 a.m.) The luncheon is free and open to ANJRPC members only, but there is limited seating that will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and you must register in advance. Click here to register. Seating cannot be guaranteed. If you are not yet an ANJRPC member but still want to attend, you can join online as a non-range member by clicking here, and then register for the event online at the link above (subject to limited seating - seating cannot be guaranteed). ANJRPC is the official New Jersey affiliate of the NRA, and is the Garden State's oldest, largest, and most effective Second Amendment organization. The event will be closed to the press, and no unauthorized recording will be permitted. The link is already dead, so I'm assuming they already are maxxed out for attendance.
  4. There were two meetings posted. Sat in Somerset and Sunday in Summit. Summit was supposed to have Kim Guadagno as the keynote speaker.
  5. Is anyone going? I wondering what she hopes to get since she's not embracing the NRA though she's got some funding from them. If someone goes, can you post a summary? There is the recording or press at the event.
  6. I'm interested. Location?
  7. How good do I have to be to join the team? I'm interested but a newb.
  8. If recall, the upgrade affected ssl connections. That may be related.
  9. I've seen the same issue with the inability to access. Not sure why.
  10. Is the difficulty in the barrel or some other part that's difficult to make? I bet you could make an ugly handguard from pvc pipe. Upper receiver, requires machining, 3d printing, or real inspired sheet metal work in layers. You can make springs at home with just a mandrel. Plunger for the assist probably can be home made. Check out some of the ugly zip guns people have made in third world countries.
  11. I'm very glad it got addressed. Thank you for allowing that to get brought to the open forum. I wish the actual people involved could have responded as well.
  12. I completely agree that the majority of the conference was excellent. It was just sad that we spend the entire time saying how we need to stand together to defeat Phil Murphy and then we attack our own. I'm satisfied as to the explanation given by Scott as to why he felt it was the wrong play and why the NRA wasnt getting involved but I couldn't help but notice how many of the presented "facts" were presented in a way to make a party who wasn't there and unable to respond look bad. Overall, a great array of people showed up for 2A education. That's awesome and I hope that this continues to grow. Probably the highlight of the day was the "New Germany" Freudian slip made by one of the speakers. I think everyone had a good laugh.
  13. As per usual in NJ we eat our own. We couldn't have a gathering without calling out the groups not in attendance and complaining about what's been done of late by them. We have the same goals. Why can't we focus on doing something together.
  14. I'm here. Checked out the booths and having a coffee before the lectures get going. Sent from my SM-N950U1 using Tapatalk
  15. The difficulty is that the statue says under 50oz as manufactured. I'd would say that at a minimum you'd need a pistol registered lower to start from else you'd risk accusations of building an sbr. Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk