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  1. NJ Guns still around on Mewe? It's been a few years since I've used it but I cant find it on Mewe and it seems like I was removed from the group.
  2. Greetings. Ive been disconnected for quite some time from 2A world. Family duties, second job takes over spare time etc., I know the days of FTF stuff are long gone but what's the new process now? Last I read a FFL was required to process the transfer, does that apply to both pistols and rifles? I've sold plenty through the years nows it's time to just hold onto a select few that I can't part with. I plan on listing a HK VP9, Colt 1911 Combat Commander, Spikes fully built AR. However prior to doing so I want to make sure I'm up to date on the process and the take the smoothest means to do so. Thanks in advance
  3. You will have to reapply using the same initial process in your new town however this time check off change of address on the top of the form. As mentioned by another member don't relinquish your current FID. When I bought my current house it was still in the same town as my previous house however I still had to submit a new forms ST-033 & SP-66. The reference letters also went out as normal. The clerk punched a hole in my FID and said it's no longer valid until the process for my new one was done.
  4. Excellent, thank you. I'm dreading the FID transfer process
  5. Being that I posted in a NJ forum let's go with New Jersey. Also Union County, thanks
  6. With the birth of our first we recently just sold our small ranch. We're currently looking closer to my in laws and Springfield is on the the top of our list. Does anybody live in Springfield and how 2A friendly of a town is it? Thanks
  7. I'm sure plenty of folks have told you when the kid comes it's no longer about you. Until your actually in that position it's heard to fully comprehend. Well while writing this I'm smiling and looking at my 3 month old boy. There's far more important things in life once the kid comes along, atleast from my view. Every ticking second I find myself thinking what can I do differently to make my son's life better. Save the money for something she'll need and appreciate the ones you have! Good idea though, I can't say I didn't consider the same
  8. Need some opinions here. The wife and I just hit our first anniversary and her gift to me is to pick out something I want which of course will be a gun. After my last purchase of a PS90, there isn't much I have the itch for. I tinkered around with a CZ 2075 for a little, or a HK P7. Other than that I'm open to all suggestions. I'm looking to find something different in the 600-700 range but could add a little if it's appealing to me. Suggestions? Thanks
  9. Yet another welcome from Colonia!
  10. Not so much a expectation but rather finger crossing. If he's consist and already vetoed in the past you'd think he would be more outspoken this go around. Fact of the matter is you can never tell which way he leans on this topic. I guess that comes with the position. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Nothing like reading a good mystery. Way to divert that callers' question "Father of the year/International Man of mystery." Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Let me be the first to say your best route would be to hire a attorney with knowledge of the laws pertaining to firearms. Hope you overcome your troubles and get your FID. *well I wasn't the first afterall Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Turboprop21

    HK P7 Help

    After burning two permits on a FNP tac and a Beretta 92 inox I now have one permit left. I'm tinkering with the idea of a P7 but I know this itch is at the wrong time. Prices have jumped on these. Anyone have any sources or places that still has these at a reasonable price? I already checked other forums and GB already. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I'm more a fan of the video game headset he's wearing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. From what my buddy told me their making the switch to P229 starting with his class. Atleast that's what he's been told Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. Was also at Woodbridge picking up permits. I used the online process and it was exactly a 4 week turn time. Not bad at all Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. X2 I'm checking the forums just about every 15 minutes Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Looking for a timeframe for those who have applied for permits/FID through Linden. A buddy is going on 6 months now. After his latest call he was told they never received the letter back from his employer. I encouraged him to call and inform them that other than SP066 & Sp033 no other forms are required per the law. Thanks
  19. Appears to only be 2 in stock or at least 2 left Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  20. From my years as a aviation maintenance technician specifically that of a avionics tech I find this all hard to believe. It's funny to hear all the "aviation experts" on TV who once dated a girl who's dad flew a Piper Cub. Aircraft are rated and tortured prior to being certified with every type of emergency situation in mind, of course accidents do happen. Whether it's maintenance or pilot error things do happen. Unfortunately these types of mistakes you can't design a plane for only can learn from. On the other hand planes are smarter than the monkeys behind the yoke or joystick in the case of Airbus. If a electrical fire occurs the pilots will be warned of a avionics fire. Systems will then drop off as we call it load shed and only crucial systems to get you down will be available. This usually includes the co-pilots radio dropping off, the captain will usually have his/her VHF/HF radio, not to mention there's always the VHF3 or standby radio. In this case we have reports of the transponder turning off and 14 minutes later the comm radios turning off. That's clearly user actions, not aircraft. Getting back to the fire, majority of the aircraft avionics are located in the pressure bulkhead of the aircraft (pressurized area.). These areas have their own fire suppression systems. Avionic zones or as we call it E&E bays have skin air valves which are simply small doors on the sides of the fuselage. When sealed they allow for normal pressurization. When there's avionics cooling or smoke EICAS or crew alerts these valves will open. Of course a big opening in the plane now dumps pressurization but allows airflow to disperse the smoke so nothing comes up into the cabin and cockpit. Odds are at this point a circuit breaker has popped and done it's job. The crew will proceed to use their Quick Reference Handbook (QRH) which is designed by the airliner and manufacturer covering 99.9% of the above mentioned failure tests prior to certification. If the cargo/luggage catches fire the cargo bin is restricted of air flow and the halon fire bottle discharges. Depending on the manufacturer and design; if the first bottle does not contain the fire the secondary bottle is blown at a specific time. These cargo areas have fire seals which restrict the area and do not allow air from the other areas of the aircraft through the cargo composite liners. The systems are more in depth with valves and filters that interact with engine bleed air but you get the general concept. Personally I feel there's more to this. All I do know is lives were lost. From the airline employees to family members their lives will never be the same. Being involved in accidents and one fatal crash myself, you will never forget and always think "you" could've prevented it. I'll never forgive myself for signing a plane off, only for it to go down the next night. The work we did that night had no result on the outcome, but it rips you to apart when the only intact piece aircraft was the one you changed. Avionics Rack with cargo wall removed Cruising back from Orlando Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. I read over that a few times and can interpret that either for or against us. By "consistent" does he mean stricter criminal penalties while not depriving law abiding owners of their right? Or does he imply he's against legally owning even for those who care to protect themselves/families? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  22. Listed it two days ago, seems like it's still waiting for approval. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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