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  1. The car guys do that... cars and coffee. Can we do guns and coffee?
  2. That’s my biggest issue. Not that the -5 rounds is particularly palatable or going to do anything in reality, but if that’s what they legislate, it is what it is until we get legal relief. But to say that my private property, legally procured and legally owned turns me into a felon on an arbitrary date, with no financial recourse on my property is just absurd. Its the reason why I wish (and would donate to) there was some suit against the legislators and governor for financial damages. I’ve yet to hear that they have civil immunity; perhaps it’s the case, but I’ve not read it explicitly relative to this situation. If NJ did a buyback, it would not make it right, but it would make getting 10 rounders more palatable.
  3. Can you provide examples? Want to know what we might actually expect.
  4. Some mags, I’m thinking really Mec-Gar, just press a dimple in and call it reduced capacity. Vendor intended, yet could be drilled out. Lack of objective standard is a real problem. And just plain stupid anyway since a criminal could easily go to PA or DE and get what they want.
  5. This is the crux of the situation. There is no objective standard for defining “permanent”. I once used pop rivets to fix the underbody panels on a vehicle of mine after a retread came off on the highway. It was/is a “permanent” fix. So what is the standard? In a related note, is there a proper definition of “pin”?? A pin can mean many things. A roll pin with epoxy over the hole could theoretically be pulled out or drilled out. But it seems many mags sold in state are done that way. Again, lack of objective standard...
  6. The thing with hexmag versus other variants is that there is a riser and shorter spring. If you remove the riser, the mag is useless. Yes, you could buy longer springs... but you could also go to DE or PA and buy a bigger mag... which is why this is so idiotic.
  7. Fair enough. I looked at the last paragraph as a lapse of punctuation/continuous thought. Obviously retired vets can’t arrest and do some of the other things noted. Benefit of the doubt. Not saying I was right...
  8. The comment I saw above, unless I misread, was really more oriented towards LEO, and their potential willingness to strip and arrest in light of blatant disregard for constitutional rights as has been recently legislated The fact that vets and hunters were listed, wasn’t an attack on those groups, but rather because those groups tend to be more cherished than others, vets because of their sacrifices, and hunters, because they’re supposed to be benign and the embodiment of what the left things 2A is for (well, that plus muskets). I think the point was to arrest a tacticool desk jockey commando, or an actual criminal, would shake the public at large up less than if it were one of these more cherished groups. Just my interpretation.... not a dig against vets.
  9. That is sad and unfortunate. Since Murphy & co implied that this was all due to 80% ghost guns, can we cite them for lying?
  10. Recently I saw a picture of an AR mag like that. Essentially a riser on the floor plate, then a shirt spring. Break off the riser and you can’t use the spring. Therefore the baseplate need not be permanently attached. The baseplate needs to be epoxied with a magblock because the spring is still full length. ... is my non professional observations. I’m sure this has been discussed ad nauseum, but if a roll pin is good enough for pinning an AR stock, I can’t see why it wouldn’t be good enough to pin a mag. But do your own due diligence.
  11. Is there precedent in other states for this? The former seems like a major hassle that out of state vendors would ignore. The later seems like an interstate commerce issue.
  12. So since we are soon a damaged class due to faulty lawmaking (forget the matter of capacity for just a second, assume that sticks), where we are felons without severe financial ramifications on our private property. So where are the lawyers? Where is NJ2AS with their whole “there will be repercussions” strong talk? Where is someone suing the governor, bill sponsors and all representatives who voted yes, for the real and personal financial penalty this puts on the citizens? There was a post in one of these threads about the tax loss form. Why aren’t we attempting tomtake this out personally on the basis of financial damage? Are these people immune by law???
  13. Poorer people tend to not have vices. Therefore this law is an attack on the poor. Perhaps someone can be professionally outraged about that. Though I guess kids safety trumps that...
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