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Pizza Bob

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Pizza Bob last won the day on September 15 2016

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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. Griz should chime in here, he's familiar with LEOSA, and I believe the Feds say retired LEO's can carry HP ammo, even in NJ, but wait to see what GRIZ says. Adios, Pizza Bob
  2. There was a memo to the NJSP from the AFTE that Critical Defense, Federal EFMJ and Corbin PowR Ball are not hollow points. The analysis based on the simple fact that there is no hollow cavity in the nose of the bullet. That definition may have been thrown into doubt by the ruling in the Aitken case that any bullet that deforms on impact (paraphrase).is considered a dum-dum. I'd say that the individual outcome of any case based on the hollow point/dum dum statute is dependent on the judge, the prosecutor and the quality of your defense attorney . Adios, Pizza Bob
  3. So which is it? Pacific Northwest or India. Either way, I'm calling: TROLL
  4. India????
  5. Why not drill out the pin, move it to the position you desire and re-pin it?
  6. Amazing to see that this came from the Washington Post. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/opinion-i-used-to-think-gun-control-was-the-answer-my-research-told-me-otherwise/ar-AAsRR7y?li=BBnb7Kz Adios, Pizza Bob
  7. I traded the G8 with my custom 19" wheels. I used the OEM 18" for all season/winter tires. As you know they will not fit my SS. Golf Battery is just being a wise ass.
  8. Sure, and I have some .45 Colt ammo for your 1911 too.
  9. These were the OEM wheels from my Pontiac G8 GT. They are made by Enkei. These should fit G8's and Australian GTO's. Wheels are complete with center caps, lugs and TPMS's (not sure if still functional). $200 for all 4. Sold as set only. Located between Trenton & Lambertville. Adios, Pizza Bob
  10. I shot an IDPA match yesterday at Lower Providence Gun Club (near where the Oaks Gun Show is held) and they had a new feature that was pretty cool. This club uses Practiscore for their total match management. Everything from registering and taking payment to publishing of the final results. Yesterday a new feature was used - instant upload of scores with subsequent e-mails to the shooter. Real time results. As soon as you are scored it is uploaded to Practiscore and they generate an e-mail to the shooter with full results - points down, penalties, hits on non-threats etc, etc, and your final score for that stage. The shooter does not need to do anything to activate this feature. It works off the match registration. This is almost instantaneous. By the time that you finish shooting and come off the line, the e-mail is in your in-box. Especially fun for those who have private rivalries going on. Pretty nifty feature and I hope that other clubs in the area, that use Practiscore, will take advantage of it. Adios, Pizza Bob
  11. How about a tank bag. That's how I carried in the mid-80's when I still rode and was shooting IPSC. Unloaded, in a butterfly case within the tank bag. Adios, Pizza Bob
  12. Opinions please: I have been offered the above-titled optic, used for $250. I was surprised that, with my astigmatism, the dot did not distort and remained clearly defined - this is a big plus with me. The price seems more than fair, but I am not sure of the age of the optic. That becomes important because of the use of tritium (in conjunction with fiber optics) to power the reticle. Trijicon guarantees (to the original owner) the tritium for 15 years - but as far as I can see, once it deteriorates the sight is a throw-away. In answer to a FAQ on their website they state that the reticle can be changed, but that it costs more than a new sight. So what say you? Buy? Pass? Is there a way to establish age? Thanks for any help/opinions offered. Adios, Pizza Bob
  13. Time was when you could buy a 20 mm Lahti Anti-Tank rifle. NJ's own Val Forgett of Navy Arms used to sell them as surplus - until the GCA of 1968. I worked with a guy that was a former ATF agent and Navy Arms had to track down every one they sold. The rifle was also featured in the Clint Eastwood movie "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot". Adios, Pizza Bob
  14. Great gun. You did good.
  15. That's nothing new. That option has existed since the advent of the rifled barrel, and yet I don't ever recall a case where this was the method the perpetrator used to avoid prosecution. That would lead me to believe that the vast majority of criminals are not exactly smart. Adios, Pizza Bob