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  1. You can bring any NJ legal firearm you own to your NJ residence as long as your not a disqualified person. If you are not a Florida resident you cannot legally purchase a handgun in Florida. Neither Florida nor New Jersey recognize dual residency If you do own and legally keep a handgun in NJ you cannot purchase handgun ammo without a FID. Ironically that brings to mind a question I have. If you live in NJ and do not have a FID, can you buy all the stuff you need to load your own? I'd be surprised if you could buy powder without one but I'm thinking bullets, cases, primers, machines are all unrestricted? is this correct?
  2. I'm not sure of the exact details as they pertain to this situation, but its probably kind of intertwined with: If you take a handgun to an FFL to do do a personal transfer the way the nj law is now, and the buyer comes back No Go from NICS, The FFL cannot give you your own gun back without a purchase permit?
  3. Its free on comcast somewhere. I watched it the other night. If you have a voice remote say Blues Brothers and it should come up
  4. What's everyone doing with their pandemic isolation free time? Activity on the forum has gone up 5,000%. Need I say more?
  5. I was reading the post directly above this that Entity wrote. When I read the first 6 words my mind when in a different direction. Are police ranges closed? Is it not contrary to public distancing for a LEO who's already well practiced with a firearm to be on a range, but it is contrary to public distancing for a first time owner who has no idea even what it feels like in his hand when the gun goes BANG to be on a range, the person who needs it most (imagine yourself if it were the first time you were pulling the trigger and it was on a light weight short barreled 45) ? It goes unsaid it doesn't hurt anyone, enthusiast here on the form included to practice as much as possible. But to allow a person already trained to practice and not allow a novice who doesn't even know what a trigger break is or when it will happen is ludicrous. If ever brought up again by the NJ legislature firearm training be a prerequisite to getting a FID this should be shoved so far up their ass that it comes out their mouth. Thank You for enduring my frustrated rant, I'm finished now.
  6. I wonder if these guys got in trouble for not being in full uniform without their armbands?
  7. You should'a got a truck load back then. If they never expire you could walk into a gun shop once a month now and it'd be like a cash and carry deal...….. Just like in Free America!
  8. The law suit should go forward. Ranges have barriers between lanes, so murphy can't say its to stop the spread of the virus. It would be the most isolation compliant business open. Also this proves every thing he does is ideologically motivated. It holds an entity, that allows exercising a constitutional right that he himself De Facto concedes to being essential, to higher standards than a liquor store (that it seems he thought was essential from the very beginning, who's product potentially promotes ciaos and violence) , appointment only, sanitize the store after every customer leaves. This goes to prove its nothing more than attack on 2A. As I said, the law suit should go forward to reverse the above two instances. Everything he's said about the issue since his EO will make an excellent argument in court as to his underling reasons.
  9. He already covered that..... Denying admission to NJ2AS that has press credentials via blocking his entry with armed state police. Reminds me of a movie I saw the other day, but Hitler and Nazi SS were involved there, not a governor in a democracy and police sworn to serve and protect. I have no idea how i possibly could have associated the two?
  10. I got coughed on last July. I told my wife I'll be self quarantining in the basement apartment for a month. I have 3 pistols and 2 rifles, a few hundred rounds, a fridge and a pantry full of food, internet access, 60 inch TV, and a dart board and I sent her out to get me 10 cases of beer. I sure wish she didn't have to carry it all in by herself, but hey, I'm quarantining .
  11. I'm sure by now we all know as written: "The designation by the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is advisory. The agency notes that the designation does not override determinations by individual jurisdictions of what they consider critical infrastructure sectors." That's bucky's sides argument. Ours is it was deemed essential by the Fed We're still going to have to go to court, no doubt about it. We just have another gun in our arsenal (no pun intended...… well maybe a little) when we get there, ie If its not essential why are the feds designating it is. It forces bucky & Co. to prove why its not in leu of us proving it is . Greater minds than mine will be in the court room using it to our best advantage I'm sure.
  12. It sounds good, buy don't Right, it sounds good but don't get too happy yet. For those of you that don't know what the above people are talking about in regard to advisory...…. "WASHINGTON (AP) — A gun rights group is cheering the Trump administration's designation of the firearms industry, including retailers, as part of the nation's critical infrastructure during the coronavirus emergency. The designation by the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is advisory. The agency notes that the designation does not override determinations by individual jurisdictions of what they consider critical infrastructure sectors."
  13. One would think, but if you look at the ACLU's track record, they appear more shut mouthed on anything that involves right wing interests, or things they would vigorously defend if it were left. While not denouncing them, they typically don't pick up the banner if it involves 2A
  14. This is all well and good, but is NJ opened firearm businesses, ranges, NICS? In the probability have not and will not what actions can be expeditely taken? OK folks.... this is an edit to the above and what will have to be countered..... Seems the law suit will have to continue https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2020-03-28/us-agency-includes-gun-sellers-as-critical-infrastructure "WASHINGTON (AP) — A gun rights group is cheering the Trump administration's designation of the firearms industry, including retailers, as part of the nation's critical infrastructure during the coronavirus emergency. The designation by the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is advisory. The agency notes that the designation does not override determinations by individual jurisdictions of what they consider critical infrastructure sectors." In other words its a toothless tiger
  15. I agree, I believe a disclosure would show the majority of first time gun buyers is the epidemy of hypocrisy
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