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Everything posted by mikelets456

  1. I was not sure where to post this but my daughter now lives in NYC and I wanted to defend myself when I go up there. So my question is, are tasers and stun guns legal to carry in NJ and NY? There is the occasion that we would go into NJ for dinner or whatever. I am NOT a NJ/NY resident if that makes any difference as well. BTW, I did look at the laws online and they were typically vague at best....
  2. So you prepared and bought firearms and magazines to stave off tyranny only to comply with tyrannical forces when tyranny infringes on your actual right? Why even buy guns and accessories in the first place if you're simply going to destroy the very items that help defend against over reach... I just don't get it. Maybe it's just me..
  3. I don't know about that... Several people where I work know about this and they don't even own guns. I'm sure on the grand scale many do not know or even care but I am glad to see no one turned in any magazines. Even if only 10% are aware that's 100,000 gun owners in defiance. Good job guys and we stand with you!!!
  4. Amazing how the law of the land, ruled that it applies to the states is still being bypassed with illegal and Unconstitutional laws.... All in the name of safety. It's a win/win for progressives, they can slowly disarm you or entice you to revolt. Is there a 3rd option? There's many but how to implement them is another story.
  5. So you bought your guns legally to defend against tyranny, only to get rid of them when the government becomes tyrannical?
  6. Don't call the hotel please, go online and check their website. If you ask them of course they'll say no then management will be nudged into making "no gun" policies. This 8s the kind of stuff that pushes the anti gun policies... Especially when people were contacting the PA ag and asking if the NH nonresident permit is good in pa. You're shooting yourself in the foot by doing so...
  7. This pretty much gets to the point. Pointing fingers at PA and its "stupid citizens" instead of trying to change their state so I don't have to unarm every single time I go there to work. Please do something because your bs policies are going to spread into our state and eventually through the country. If people see you standing in great numbers you all could deflect the wave for the rest of us... You're on the front lines and you can let it deteriorate or you can strengthen it. If you stand I promise we will stand with you...
  8. Oh good God, these articles are such such Bs. How are they getting illegal guns in Mexico? Heck, all of South America? PA has the same handgun laws as NJ, you can not do a FTF transfer without a background check, it's also a federal felony to transfer a pistol across state lines without an FFL. So there's already laws in place. The most damming evidence is the illegal cycle of guns is 11 years from purchase date... Meaning, there's an 11 year cycle before they show up on the black market so they're not buying guns then running them to NJ. These guns are illegal and come from all locations... Stolen from police, stolen from homes, etc. All guns that make their rounds illegally are illegal and we have numerous laws against this... Just another way to blame honest gun owners and you guys are believing this bs.
  9. This is what gets me---all these groups spew the same BS of "common sense registrations...common sense background checks....common sense ID cards..." then they go into a state that has all these thing plus numerous additional crazy laws and it's STILL not enough. Go figure....something tells me they're full of BS and once again a sober reminder to NEVER, EVER give up and inch to these people.
  10. You bring up a good point that has me thinking..... Progressives ALWAYS state if we only had "background checks, registration and common sense laws" they'd be satisfied.....well, here's proof, that , once again, they're full of it and they'll never be satisfied until they disarm us. They know darn well in NJ to simply buy a gun you are checked and checked again, fingerprinted, pay fees, jump through hoops, log ammo, meet with the sheriff, handguns registered, AR's banned,break hippa laws to check your mental stability, visit or call references, etc, etc....But this isn't enough? These are all the common sense laws and beyond yet they continue to spew their venom against gun owners saying it's still not enough, It's obvious what their intentions are and we can not give ONE inch to these treasonous demands. Matter of fact, we need to roll back all of these unreasonable and unconstitutional laws. Progressives take away one freedom at a time until you have nothing and this is exactly what they're doing....it basically is illegal to own a gun in NJ unless you follow a very strict, thin slice of exemptions that declare you "legal". Put your foot down, enough is enough!
  11. Exactly... Natural rights are ALL protected from government over reach no matter what. Somehow, we lost the message on this subject or we simply were complacent. However, it's time to take back the message and let people know the right to self defense should not be limited or dictated by government. That's what happened in the USSR, Germany and Mao's China. Make it about the women, saving children and the right to protect one another from evil. A right is a right and none of the Bill of rights can be trampled and dictated by government
  12. I hope you can get out of there...my dad has been begging to leave since I did but my mom will never leave. I believe she secretly is afraid to pump her own gas... Do you work too far East? You can almost anywhere in NJ from various part of PA in less than an hour.
  13. However, I'll put up with his "miserable" attitude if he votes pro gun and pro-freedom candidates... Never mind...stay in Jersey (JK)
  14. If anyone has questions about Yardley/LMT area please PM or post here and I'll try to answer for you. But yes, when we moved from NJ to Yardley I figured we were buying ourselves 6-10 years and was willing to take the risk. Also, like someone said earlier, even the people, for the most part, are more courteous and will actually wave you in while in rare traffic. Also, when we ride our bikes or walk every car that drives by and I wave they actually wave back....None of that in NJ
  15. I moved to Yardley 6 years ago and love it. We moved mostly due to INCOME taxes (7% in NJ vs 3.01% PA), saved a bunch right there. Then car insurance 4 cars in NJ @ $6500 and in PA, $2250 for the same cars. Property taxes about the same but our house and yard are much bigger. Private schooling---for some reason was almost half. Then finally, the cherry on top was the gun laws....I carry all the time and everywhere...Heck, even liberals have common ground on this in PA...the gun culture is completely different here. However, I must warn you that Bucks county has quite a bit of idiotic New Yorkers moving into the area along with moderates from NJ that will vote Democrat. Even though Bucks is a 50/50 mix of Dem and Republican they seem to vote (lately) more democrats into office. My advice will be to rent until you find out which way PA will go after the upcoming November elections. It's hard to say what will happen but I fear the Goebbels media is convincing voters that Republicans are all racist demons...and if that happens PA will eventually become an extension of NJ. I honestly feel the house will flip but the Senate will contain a narrow majority. But on the other hand, central and western Dems of PA are not like the NJ socialist Dems of NJ. Right now the pro gun Republicans have the largest gap over Democrats in PA since the 1950's and hope it stays that way for years to come. However, the bottom line is it's better than NJ and is the only other option for you....that's the conclusion I came to while praying on the matter...Keep living in NJ or get out! BTW, the Yardley area is accessible to any NJ/NY location easily and [even] it it adds 15 mins and $50 per month car insurance alone will put you ahead. ...as long as you don't bring the NJ vote and expectations with you....
  16. Here's the bottom line at the bottom of the proposed bill: "This bill revises the definition of “large capacity ammunition magazine” to reduce the number of rounds of ammunition a legal magazine may hold in this State. Under current law, it is unlawful to own or possess an ammunition magazine that is capable of holding more than 15 rounds of ammunition. This bill would reduce the maximum capacity of a legal ammunition magazine in New Jersey to five rounds. "
  17. Remember this case? It's almost impossible unless you're on the brink of death and then the media takes your side... https://www.ammoland.com/2016/08/nj-conceal-carry-permit-finally-issued/#axzz53ubkLG8D
  18. No, it's a well crafted lie. He's doing what every liberal does and uses a "grain" of truth (states rights) to make his argument against something he does not want....However, it's NOT a states right to trample on the original 1791 Bill of Rights! These apply to the Federal government as well as the states....just like states can't implement illegal searches, laws against freedom of speech, etc. Just another shrewd propagandist at work..
  19. Wow---you need to certify 16 hours of training from MPD certified instructor? There's nothing that indicates Non-Residents can apply unless I missed it---
  20. MAK roofing---cheapest and best GAF certified too. I can almost guarantee they'll come in 30% cheaper and do a better job. Used them on my first house and second. My BIL, Dad and several neighbors all used them...very happy.
  21. Currently drive a 2008 Toyota Highlander and it is my favorite vehicle thus far---by a large margin. Previous vehicles since 1985- Mitsubishi Terdia (1980?)---Turbo was the only cool thing about that POS. 1980 Nissan (Datsun) 4X4 1982 Subaru 1992 Ford Taurus 1998 GMC Jimmy 1988 Ford Ranger 3-Mini vans (Sienna 2003, Villager 1998?, Chevy Venture---worst car EVER) 1997 Toyota Avalon (Second favorite car) 2002- Ford Explorer (not bad---served us well) Current --- 2014 Hyundai Santa Fe sport (3 rd favorite) 2005 Ford Freestyle 2015 Honda Civic These cars were co-owned by me/wife and my kids---I used them weekly.
  22. Have you considered moving to PA? Conceal carry reciprocity with some 32+ states, very good gun laws, lower property taxes, lower income tax (above 50K), etc. Just a thought as you can get to most places in NJ from 2 minutes to 1.5 hours...
  23. https://www.nraila.org/articles/20170517/new-jersey-senate-bill-would-publicly-finance-gun-control-agenda As lawmakers in Trenton annually wrestle with whopping budget deficits and struggle to adequately fund roads, bridges, schools and pensions, anti-gun lawmakers have set their sights on more of your hard-earned tax dollars to finance their own political agenda. On Thursday, May 18, the Senate Higher Education Committee is scheduled to have a hearing on S.2830, sponsored by Sen. Fred Madden, at 10:00 a.m. This legislation would create a “firearms violence research center” at Rutgers to study gun violence as a “public health issue.” By misrepresenting the issue, they seem determined to ignore the drug and gang violence at the root of the problem. On one hand, this bill claims firearm deaths have remained constant over the last ten years and raises the question why a taxpayer funded research center is necessary in the first place. However, even if you accept their vague and slanted statistics, this is an incredible admission that the harsh gun control laws in New Jersey have done nothing to improve public safety. Clearly, New Jersey’s out-of-touch, anti-gun lawmakers do not understand the real issues facing the state. New Jersey has some of the highest taxes in the country and now these elected officials are calling for more tax dollars to desperately try to justify their failed gun control laws which, by their own admission, have not made a dent in gun violence.
  24. I must be the only one against term limits because I feel it's another government created "decision making" proposition instead of an educated populace deciding what's best for the country. I tend to be a realist and lean toward pessimism when it comes to government and I feel that we've crossed the threshold where you can't legislate "common sense, truth and morality"---it simply does no good other than grant government more power. I don't blame the system I blame the idiots or citizens too stupid to have an interest [enough] to research truth and history instead of simply voting for free crap. Our Constitution has not changed, but the populace has---the "history changers" have done their job over a compliant, stupid populace. Term limits won't do any good but an educated populace will!
  25. I'm starting to have my concerns as things drag on---I'm more concerned with the House more than the Senate (believe it or not). These guys are pissing me off because they ALWAYS have a vote by now on National reciprocity but now it's not coming up---Gee, I wonder why? These guys (RINOS) are as bad as the Democrats and are freaking big government liars . Tax reform should have at least been voted on---my goodness, that's the base of the Republican platform---a no brainer. Yet nothing happening...
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