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  1. Try "Sills Act 1966" https://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/when-did-new-jersey-become-so-anti-gun-the-background.636782
  2. As long as it is not loaded AND accessable to a minor, store it how you like. Put it on your coffee table if it floats your boat. NJ 2C:58-15 https://codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-2c-the-new-jersey-code-of-criminal-justice/nj-st-sect-2c-58-15.html I personally would not put a firearm anywhere that can be seen from outside. A firearm visible is a great target for a theif.
  3. Now you are just being a moron. http://gs2ac.com/agoodguywithagun/2012/12/oregon-mall-shooting-stopped-by-man-carrying-a-concealed-firearm/ Never happened. Right?
  4. Didn't something like this happen a few years ago? I think it may have been LE. Something like the LT, came on site in the middle of an exercise and used his normal firearm instead of a simunition gun. Edit: Found it, it was a training officer. https://www.wbaltv.com/article/2-police-trainees-injured-1-gravely-in-baltimore-co-exercise/7078980
  5. The indoor range is just that, a simple range open 24/7. There are 8, 25yd shooting lanes(IIRC). There are no automated target holders etc. You wait till a cease fire, if there are more than 1 shooter (often the range is yours alone) Set your target stands (you can set them closer than 25 yds, but targets need to be set at the proper height so that bullets hit the backstop), come back to the firing line and shoot till your hearts content. No, it does not have all the latest wiz bangs, but a 24/7 access, clean range, where you know the people around you are not a bunch of dopes that have no idea what safety is, is a great thing. I primarily use the outdoor range as IMO there is nothing like outdoor fresh air range. But when the hankering to shoot comes up, on a day with lousy weather the Indoor is the place to go, As an FYI the Indoor range is NOT rated for all handgun calibers and most rifles are a no go. A list of approved calibers at the Indoor range Here is a video from one of the indoor matches, Not mine.
  6. Weekends are tough from 9-4 at the outdoor range. There is usually at least 1 match going on, on any given weekend day. Check the link below for the range calendar. http://obrpc.org/calMonthBlock.html But if you go later, or during the week you can usually get a pit with no wait for as long as you'd like. Edited to add a better calendar link.
  7. Bob check SF, 2 SF members offered to help.
  8. Ted Cruz to debate Alyssa "What happened to my career" Milano. On Gun Control. https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/09/05/ted-cruz-alyssa-milano-to-host-civil-debate-on-gun-control/
  9. Its up to you. Bacon grease and olive oil has been used as lube. Any lube is better than none. When you got your pistol (ill assume new) there would have been a grease packet with it. This is what the engineers/smiths determined would extend the life of their firearm. Who am I to argue with the designers. Sig ships tw25 with its guns.
  10. You can, but why? Cleaners designed to clean firearms are not real expensive. Use the lube your manufacturer recommends, it isnt that expensive.
  11. Gun for Hire has done the prints and photo for me twice. No issues either time. Took ~30 days for license to come in aftet submission.
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