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  1. You rarely (never) need to trim pistol brass. You need to resize every time. A bullet will slide right in (and out) of a fired piece of brass. 1. Tumble / Inspect 2. Size and deprime 3. Prime Edit: (thanks heavyopp forgot i forgot a step) 3a. Slightly expand mouth 4. Charge 5. Seat 6. Crimp 5 and 6 can be combined depending on your needs
  2. You look like you are running short on ammo. I suggest you stock up
  3. Yes, have mine set up that way. Fios,samsung tv, older yamaha rcvr.
  4. TW25 came with a few of my guns. I figure the guys that make a living designing firearms know what they are doing so that is what I use.
  5. THE LATEST ON ANJRPC’S LEGAL CHALLENGES TO NJ MAG BAN AND NJ CARRY LAW Hold Onto Your Magazines – We Anticipate a Decision On Our Injunction Motion in September and Will Provide Detailed Guidance Then Carry Lawsuit Moving Through Federal Appeals Court It has been a busy summer for ANJRPC’s federal legal challenges to New Jersey’s magazine ban and unconstitutional carry laws. There has been significant activity in both lawsuits, and the following updates have been provided by attorney Dan Schmutter, Esq., who is local counsel in both cases: MAGAZINE BAN CASE The U.S. District Court held evidentiary hearings over three days during the week of August 13th on ANJRPC’s application for a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit to strike down New Jersey’s new magazine ban (which prohibits the possession of magazines with a capacity over 10 rounds). The injunction application seeks to put the new law on hold while the case is decided. The Court heard testimony from three of the State’s witnesses and then finished up the week hearing testimony from our expert witness, Florida State University Criminologist Professor Gary Kleck. The State’s witnesses offered various opinions on the nature and use of magazines with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds. Cross-examination of the State’s witnesses was thorough and crisp, and the Judge was engaged and attentive. Professor Kleck testified that depriving law abiding gun owners of standard capacity magazines holding over 10 rounds will not only not reduce mass shootings, but will also make lawful self-defense more difficult. He also addressed the opinions of the State’s witnesses, identifying flaws in their data and reasoning. The parties are scheduled to submit closing briefs on the injunction motion on September 4, followed by telephonic oral argument on September 6. [Important Note from ANJRPC: We have received numerous inquiries from gun owners asking for guidance on what to do with their magazines. ANJRPC will issue detailed guidance once we have a decision on the injunction motion, and we suggest that gun owners await that decision before doing anything with their magazines over 10 rounds. In the meanwhile, gun owners are cautioned not to use, transport, or attempt to purchase magazines over 10 rounds – all of which are prohibited and could result in serious criminal charges. Please see prior guidancefrom gun rights attorney Evan Nappen on this subject.] RIGHT TO CARRY LAWSUIT ANJRPC’S federal lawsuit Rogers v. Grewal, challenging New Jersey’s carry law, is moving forward. In May, as expected, the District Court dismissed the case, stating it was bound by a previous decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit,Drake v. Filko, upholding the law. We then filed an appeal with the Third Circuit in June. In July, we asked the Third Circuit panel assigned to the case to rule on the appeal “summarily,” without briefing or argument, again on the ground that the panel is already bound by the decision in Drake. We argued that Drake was wrongly decided but that a Third Circuit panel does not have authority to change that ruling. Instead, only the full complement of all Third Circuit judges, sitting together (known as “en banc”), or the U.S. Supreme Court, can overrule Drake. The attorneys for the State agreed, and we are currently awaiting a decision on our motion asking the Court to rule summarily. Whatever happens, the case will inevitably work its way toward possible consideration in the U.S. Supreme Court. Both the magazine ban case and the right to carry challenge were filed with the assistance of the National Rifle Association. ANJRPC thanks the NRA for its incredible support, which made both lawsuits possible. ANJRPC also thanks the law firm of Cooper & Kirk, and attorney Dan Schmutter, for their incredibly hard work in these cases.
  6. If you can leave when you feel like it you are not confined. You can't just walk out after being commited. Once you are there, not of your free will, you have been confined or commited. We agree, a lawyer is required.
  7. I read this as NON voluntary. If you voluntarily seek help, you can voluntarily leave. Therefore you are not confined. Is there a court order commiting you? If not, you were not commited. Question 26 however, you definitely have a YES. I don't think, this is an immediate disqualifier, as this covers anyone that ever saw a shrink. IANAL, but talking to one about your particulars is a really good idea.
  8. Yeah thats a great plan. Hope you dont need a doctor anytime soon. Because at 250,000 doctor error deaths a year, there wont be many left. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/study_suggests_medical_errors_now_third_leading_cause_of_death_in_the_us
  9. If its already drilled and tapped, it's not rocket science. You want a good inch lbs torque wrench so you dont strip out screws. Only other real "trick" is leveling the reticle roll, to make adjustments "true". Ive used these with good results. https://www.amazon.com/Neiko-10573B-Screwdriver-Inch-Pound-Included/dp/B000RZ1D86/ref=mp_s_a_1_18?ie=UTF8&qid=1534213824&sr=8-18&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=inch+lb+torque+wrench&dpPl=1&dpID=41Lk2Sp45kL&ref=plSrch https://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/sight-scope-installation-tools/scope-reticle-levelers/professional-reticle-leveling-system-prod56977.aspx Lots of videos online
  10. How did you get nipped "approving the use". We know you are a big softy for animals. Kudos to you and your staff.
  11. No, the vast majority of your "examples" all show criminal culpability. So yes there is intent. Hows about NOT speeding and losing control of your car and killing someone? Is that the same as speeding losing control and killing someone, from the perspective of punishment? Hows about hitting a baseball, that hits the pitchers chest killing him? Thays obviously the same as premeditated murder, right? Or maybe a strong clean tackle in football? Or leaving a dog toy on the stairs or .........