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  1. Thanks to 4theboys, car is now sold! Mods, please lock this thread.
  2. For sale: 2004 Acura TSX. Currently has 130,000 mi on the odo and mechanically runs excellent. Everything electrical is fully operational: A/C blows cold, power windows/door locks, radio. Installed a new set of Michelin tires on the car last month (< 100 mi on this set) and new brakes / rotors done last summer (about 4K mi ago). All scheduled maintenance, including regular oil changes done with Mobile 1 syn. Have all maintenance records and an inspection report from Acura dealer available. Body is in GOOD condition - but it is a 14 year old car so it does have it's share of scratches and dings. This is a great first car for a student going off to college or if you're looking for a commuter to take to the city or airport safely and reliably. Selling because my wife finally convinced me to get a new ride. Asking $3300 (below KBB range), Located in Hillsborough VIN: JH4CL96874C016429 Mileage: 130,000 Body Style: Sedan 4dr Exterior Color: Gray Interior Color: Gray Fuel Economy: City 20/Hwy 29/Comb 23 MPG Engine: 4-Cylinder, 2.4L VTEC Transmission: 5-speed Automatic Drive Type: front wheel drive
  3. Yep, I dropped the original photo hosting provider. Adding the pics in the original post showing the rail wear that I was concerned with. The wear has not gotten any worse over the past 7 yrs and I've experienced no issues. The P228 is still going strong after all this time
  4. Yes, should the the same as the factory mags, just without the the Sig stamp on them. Mecgar makes the mags for Sig and other brands (CZ, S&W, etc).
  5. Prices have come down on these recently. If you look, you'll find the same prices as Glock/Beretta/CZ/other Sig mags: 10 round mags - $20 http://gregcotellc.com/cart/sig-sauer-magazines-c-123/sig-sauer-sig-pro-sp2009-sp2022-10-rd-9mm-mecgar-mgsp910b-p-1689.html https://gunmagwarehouse.com/sig-sauer-sp2022-9mm-10-round-magazine.html 15 round mags - $29 https://gunmagwarehouse.com/sig-sauer-sp2022-2340-2009-9mm-15-round-magazine.html
  6. The EAA Witness has a hammer and is DA/SA, so if you're looking for a striker fired gun, look elsewhere.
  7. Thanks to OP! Nice to knock $10/mo off my bill.
  8. I called about this shotgun today and was informed it was sold Hope at least someone on this forum took advantage of the price. Guy on the phone said it was in really nice shape and came with a bunch of chokes. Would've been a nice gun for anyone looking for a semi-auto shotgun.
  9. Check out the sticky post in the Handguns section of this forum: http://njgunforums.com/forum/index.php/topic/27176-where-can-i-get-nj-compliant-15-round-mags-for-my/ There are several options for 15 rnd magazines for a CZ 75. As far as the Sig 320 Full Size, you're better off getting the compact since it has 15 rnd mags stock from Sig.
  10. Thanks everyone for sharing their ideas. I ended up going in, but left the kids at home with the grandparents - definitely a good move as the area for spectators really isn't setup for anything other than standing on the side of the street - no bathrooms or areas to warm up. For those interested, I ended up driving to Jersey City and somehow found on-street parking right across from the Grove St PATH station. Took the PATH up to 33rd St. Really wasn't that crowded on the way in the morning. The race was pretty cool to see with lots of International racers from all over the world and the energy of the crowd cheering them on is something you don't get from watching the event on TV. Also, seeing the NYPD in full force was pretty neat. I always like see the guys who carry the S&W 5946 (usually it's the older guys carrying them around). Wonder how they keep these fielded? I assume S&W still has a production line for the size of business it gets from agency purchases of it's 3rd gen autoloaders. The way back wasn't too bad either. Took the 1 train down from Columbus Circle to Christopher St and hopped on the PATH. Back at the car in JC in about 20 min. Toasted my buddies 4:20 finish (1st full marathon) at the Biergarten in JC before driving home. All in all a good day!
  11. I like this stuff: http://lubrikit.com/ The grease is a really nice weight all year around (I've shot outdoors last winter) and no odor. The fact that it's food safe is a nice plus as well.
  12. I'm planning to go into NYC tomorrow (Nov 2) to watch a friend run in the Marathon. Not looking forward to the crowds nor the traffic, but I want to be there to support him when he finishes. I've never been in the city during an event this size so right now, I'm trying to figure out the best way in. Travelling from Somerset County (Bridgewater area). Some options I'm thinking of: 1) Driving to Secaucus, park at the station and take NJ Transit in the rest of the way 2) Forget driving and take NJ Transit (train) from New Brunswick all the way to Penn Station 3) Drive to Jersey City or Weekhawken, park, and take ferry over I'm planning to take the family along as well (2 kids <5 yrs). Any advice? Thanks!
  13. Both the PCR and P01 have aluminum frames and steel slides. Both are only available with decockers only.
  14. Seems like a more expensive, more handfit CZ 75 clone. With lack of aftermarket specifically for Sphinx, you'd probably be better off with buying one of the CZ models and having it tuned up by CZ Custom or Cajun Gun Works. You'll have a sweet pistol that will cost cheaper and be much more maintainable over the long run.
  15. Buy a used Ruger or S&W revolver - much better quality and for around the same price. I was able to pick up a nice S&W M28 .357 for $450 last year from an estate sale, that thing will outlast any of the revolvers you listed. Additionally, are you stuck on getting a .357? If it's only a range toy, a .38 special will do just fine punch paper and will be cheaper to purchase and cheaper to feed. J&G Sales has a bunch of pretty nice S&W 64 DAO revolvers (.38 spl, stainless, 4" barrels) for about $370.