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Pizza Bob

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Pizza Bob last won the day on November 17 2019

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About Pizza Bob

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  • Birthday 03/23/1951

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    Central/West NJ - Mercer County
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    Cars, pool, Southwestern pottery
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    EFGA or wherever someone will guest me in

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  1. I've kind of refined my search. I have narrowed the parameters to an original (as opposed to the Classic) Model 58 in the blued finish. If I can't find a suitable candidate, I'll probably go a whole different direction. Thanks. Adios, Pizza Bob
  2. Anybody here have one that they'd be willing to part with? Nickel or Blue - original or Classic Series (priced accordingly). I know, doubtful, but on the off-chance....drop me a PM Adios, Pizza Bob
  3. Just a reminder for anyone considering the purchase of a gun safe. Unless Murphy has changed it, there is no sales tax on a gun safe. Adios, Pizza Bob
  4. Yes. But the "other than NJ FFL" may not want to fill it out - nor does he really need to. This is a NJ regulation and since NJSP have no jurisdiction in any state but NJ, an out of state FFL will never be audited by a NJ law enforcement entity. Might be wise to fill one out and keep it for your records. Adios, Pizza Bob
  5. Maggie (a GSP) and I. That's Maggie on the right. She's even grayer now - with Andy Rooney eyebrows. Adios, Pizza Bob
  6. While FARS has added some transparency to the system, it begs for more. I believe that the hold-up in 99% of the cases is at the local PD level. I believe that the local PD is still being tasked with doing some kind of background check on the applicants once they clear the FARS system. Without the above transparency, we have no idea what that entails or how it is conducted. If you are known to the local PD and are a frequent firearms purchaser (ahem) they may not do a complete background check or waive it altogether. They probably have some latitude so the checks may be cursory in nature - who know? I have heard rumors that they will be eliminating the paper permits and going fully electronic. Once you are approved and you are at the point of purchase, the FFL will simply download your pre-approved permit. That still doesn't tell us it it eliminates the local investigation component, but it will lessen our trips to the PD. Adios, Pizza Bob
  7. Incorrect. PA is a POC (Point of Contact) state just like NJ. NICS (called PICS in PA) is handled by the PASP, not directly with the federal (FBI) system. That is not to say that they are as backed up as the NJ system, but you may not get the instantaneous check afforded by the direct federal system. Check with the dealer before you part with your cash or you may be making a second long trip to PA. Adios, Pizza Bob
  8. True! It's even got a picture of me sitting down (must be in front of my computer) on a blue background. How thoughtful of them. Adios, Pizza Bob
  9. I understand the economics of what he proposes - I'm just saying we should be more concerned, at this point, about the immediate effects to our community rather than the long term effects on the state as a whole. We are also dealing with a denial of our constitutional rights as opposed to just a skewed democratic economic plan. Adios, Pizza Bob
  10. That may be but it will be some time before that is even noticed and the increases will be incremental. (remember the story of how to cook a live frog?) The increases on the firearm permits are HUGE and will affect us RIGHT NOW. This is nothing more than having to pay to exercise our constitutional rights. The case for fees, with regard to firearms permits, was based on what it cost administratively to issue the permits. This exceeds that exponentially and is nothing more than poorly-disguised gun control. Our only hope is that ANJRPC (or like) will file an injunction halting implementation of the ENTIRE bill, meaning Murphy will be denied his fat money grab, which may serve as motivation to delete the firearm permits parts of the bill. Adios, Pizza Bob
  11. You all seem pretty concerned over the proposed Millionaire's Tax, something that will have little direct effect on any of us (unless there are a lot of closet millionaires on here). I'd be a hell of a lot more concerned about the proposed firearm permit charge increases, which I believe are part and parcel of the same bill. I hope that ANJRPC has their injunction ready to file the minute Murphy signs this POS bill. Adios, Pizza Bob
  12. I'm on my desktop w/ a 30" monitor. I can read the serial number but either the model/eng change number is below the serial and hidden by the yoke, or they forgot to stamp it (not unheard of). Adios, Pizza Bob
  13. Did you blur out the Model Number and engineering change that normally appears under the yoke? Do you know what engineering change this is? Adios, Pizza Bob
  14. The Model 29-3 Elmer Keith Commemorative was one of the guns I featured in the other thread. I still have not been able to take possession of it, but I do have visiting privileges at my dealer's shop. I exercised those privileges last night. Somewhere in the intervening 35 years, the presentation case for this gun went missing. It is deserving of such a case, so I commissioned a fellow in North Carolina to make a presentation case befitting this gun. Settled on a highly figured walnut and it was delivered yesterday - hence the trip to visit the gun. Here is the result... I have plans to use this fellow again. Adios, Pizza Bob
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