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  1. The A2 flash hider has to go. Then you need to deal with the muzzle threads: Either get rid of them or cover them with a non-flash-hiding muzzle attachment or thread protector, either of which needs to be permanently attached so that the threads are no longer accessible by the prosecuting attorney and his monkeys. In addition, the entire bayonet lug (not just the ears) has to go. Then it will be NJ compliant (for the moment).
  2. Do you think that Homeland Security and the FAA can send us a planeload of tavern wenches from Jacksonville for the event? Asking for a friend, of course.
  3. From the article: During a 2018 appearance at the RTSP shooting range in Randolph, in Bergen County, Aitken, who was then living in Pennsylvania, said his arrest at age 27 had taken a toll on him emotionally. “It took me several years to reconcile everything that happened,” Aitken told NJ Advance Media at the time. “It became very difficult to relate to people. A lot of that innocence you have at that age was gone for me.” So where are the reparations for Brian Aitken for the judicial misjuctice done to him, like to BLM supporters who, (in their minds, at least) have also been mistreated by the "injustice" system here in racist America? Asking for a friend.
  4. Welcome. The Greetings Committee will be along shortly to ask you the critical question - Pork Roll or Taylor's Ham? In the meantime, tell us about yourself, your firearms experience and your political leanings here in the Glorious Peoples Republik of New Jerseystan. And remember - you can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you just might find, you get what you need.
  5. https://simplisafe.com/amac19?utm_medium=partnerdigital&utm_source=AMAC&utm_campaign=Nov4Ded
  6. We might still be partying like it's 1999!
  7. Even smells like tequila when you fire it!
  8. There are a lot of bald faced lies and twisted facts in that document.
  9. If you're going to dispose of the HiPoint at one of the state-sponsored 'buybacks" I highly recommend you insist on a receipt from the police / AG's office rep there because otherwise, it will still be on the state's registration books as belonging to you. When the gun shows up at a crime scene sometime in the future, you'll at least have paperwork that you 'sold' it to the state.
  10. Food for thought from someone with similar living arrangements: Change the lockset on one of your closets from an interior non-locking one to a keyed entry lock. Voila, your locking gun cabinet. Self-install a SimpliSafe wireless alarm system in your apartment. Monitored by SimpliSafe who will communicate directly with your local police dispatch in the event of a break-in. Your landlord (and G-d knows who else) already has a key to your new apartment. The SimpiSafe system has a camera that will record (to the cloud) all entry activity. They also have a 'silent alarm' entry sensor that will be triggered when your gun closet is opened unless you specifically bypass it. Very reasonably priced. The system communicates with them via wifi and has a cellular backup. It's the best $36 a month I spend for peace of mind. And there are discount codes available in their ads on most conservative radio and tv stations. I can also do a referral to you. PM me if you want.
  11. Life is just one problem after another, isn't it??
  12. The anticipated reply from Fox News: "Dear Mr. 45Doll, We sincerely apologize for your reception problem. If we sent one of our buxom blonde newsreaders to your house to nuzzle up to you and speak softly directly into your ear, would that alleviate the problem? Thank you for your viewership. The Management of Fox News Channel."
  13. I'll take them for $260 PM incoming to you to make arrangements
  14. None required. It's nice to have your FID with you. It might save you a trip to the station. But not legally required to be carried on your person. COE and PPP copies are useless on the side of the road.
  15. FPM and the entire Dim legislature. Vote for Ed Farmer for Assembly if you live in his district. He will spur on a Conservative revolution here in the Glorious PRNJ. Go @EdF !!!
  16. FYI guys, USPS Flat Rate boxes (3 sizes) works great for spent brass shipping.
  17. On BearingArms.com: New Jersey County Offering Up To $250 Per Gun At Buyback By Tom Knighton | Oct 11, 2021 6:30 PM ET Share Tweet (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File) Gun buybacks are a sore spot for many in the Second Amendment community, and for understandable reasons. After all, just the term suggests that these weapons were somehow the government’s property to begin with. Otherwise, how would they be buying them back? For another, it’s part of the misconception that guns in and of themselves somehow contribute to violent crime. Otherwise, why try and buy them back as a response to crime when anyone with half a brain knows the crooks won’t be selling their guns? Then there’s the fact that studies have shown they simply don’t work. That’s not stopping one New Jersey county from having one anyway. So, let’s unpack this for a moment. A maximum amount of $250 per firearm will be paid out, probably based on the weapon type, which means it’ll be a fraction of what the weapon is actually worth so far as retail value. That means you’re going to get two types of people. The first type will be those who someone ended up with firearms, probably because of a loved one dying, and don’t have a clue what to do with it. They probably buy into the crap about guns ending up in criminal hands so easily, so they’re not willing to take them to a gun store for sale out of fear they’ll end up in the “wrong” hands or something, so they’ll go to a buyback. The other group is comprised of the criminals who used the gun in some kind of crime and are desperate to get rid of it, preferably where the police can’t link it back to them. “No questions asked” is just perfect for them. Of course, some proponents of these buybacks will argue that by buying these guns from people who don’t want them, they reduce gun thefts. I find that a very interesting proposition. Especially since I haven’t seen a single study showing buybacks somehow reduce gun thefts. Take a look at the number of guns turned in at these events when compared to the population. It accounts for a tiny fraction of the people who likely own guns. Most don’t want to get rid of them. They want to keep them. Those are also the people whose guns get stolen. The claim that buybacks somehow reduce stolen firearms or even crime is laughable at best. The former is supposition at most and the latter has been debunked by studies. And yet, they keep having these. Why? Well, the answer is simple. It’s kabuki theater designed to make people feel like officials are doing something when they’re really not. It’s a way to claim they’re taking a problem seriously when they often don’t have a freaking clue what to do. That’s it. That’s why we still have buybacks despite there being no evidence that they work. Pretty sad, really.
  18. I bet they'd get more turn-ins if they labeled the event as an "Evidence Disposal Festival with Cash Prizes - No Questions Asked"
  19. We need some of that here in the Garbage State. I'm getting real tired of the same old answer to the question: "Who carries in Jersey?" "Jersey cops and the bad guys"
  20. Did you know that the "ugly" girl in that pig-face episode was played beautifully (literally) by Donna Douglas, Ellie May from the Beverly Hillbillies?
  21. I started wearing glasses in elementary school, hard contacts in high school, then soft lenses in the 70's. When I had cataract surgery in 2013, it was the very best thing I did for my vision in my entire life. I recommend you get your eyes surgically corrected before the apocalypse. No need for glasses except close-up, and only magnifiers then. You certainly don't want to be like Burgess Meredith in that first season episode of the Twilight Zone entitled 'All The Time In The World'.
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