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  1. http://www.jsesurplus.com/ar350legend.aspx
  2. From what I've been reading, A 350 Legend barrel, standard 223/556 BCG as well as a 350 legend specific magazine and your good to go.
  3. Don't worry, NJ.com all ready reported on off duty cops drinking and carrying in NJ. https://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/11/should_it_be_illegal_for_nj_cops_to_drink_and_carr.html Murphy will pass this in a heartbeat.
  4. Against EBAY rules to sell any magazine over 10 rounds. Be careful, had my account frozen a few years ago because of this.
  5. Take a look at Stern Defense, they have very reliable magwell adapters for Glock, M&P , and Beretta 92 . As of right now my AR9 is priced out under $450. My Complete upper alone only cost me $220. Keep doing your research and JUMP on deals when they're available. I'm only building a shooter. You can keep all this tacti-cool crap.
  6. The Hexmags are reliable shooters BUT........Yes I have the same problem with the 223/556 mags. Mags stick in both my spikes and Anderson lowers.
  7. No, the guns are not effected. The magazine just has to be a ten rounder, Most companies make 10 rounders for there "double stack" guns.

    Mouse Guns

    As long as you don't have to qualify the LCP makes a great carry gun, Carried the LCP for a few years, now I carry the G42. Love both guns. Also the LCP has come down in price so much you can't beat it.
  9. I'm so glad I saw this gun before I started building an AR9. With Murphy in now, I see a lot of compliance laws going in to effect. So this gun will be perfect for a compliant rifle carbine.
  10. CAPTBIL3

    SCCY CPX-3

    Have experience with the CPX2, very nice gun. Solid shooter. Heavy trigger pull but a tack driver. I regret selling it, sold it to pick up a Glock 42. The only downside at the time was the Magazines, they were hard to find and built cheap. The gun itself was a quality gun, was going to use it as an off duty but decided to go smaller.
  11. Get ready, we're currently training our dogs to sniff out metal and polymer with gun powder residue on them. Also teaching them to do round counts. No one will stand a chance in NJ.
  12. My Dept is in the final stages of going to 9mm from 40S&W with the M&P.
  13. I've only sold 1 gun on Armslist and the amount of scammers is amazing. I would only do FTF transfers if your lucky enough to get a legit buyer.
  14. CAREFUL. The 15-22 Most likely isn't NY compliant in NJ configuration.
  15. Sadly My Union is supporting Murphy 100%, Even though my Union would like me to vote and support Murphy, I CAN'T in good conscience vote for someone trying to take my rights away that I swore an Oath to protect. I know many LEOs that share this same opinion.
  16. I understand we are all worried about tonight, But even if Trump wins, the fight for Gun rights are going to be a tough one in NJ. With all the BS surrounding Christie, the chances of NJ electing a republican are slim to none. PHIL MURPHY is the one we need to watch. from his website, he also called for a NJ SAFE ACT, this I saw in a magazine interview. Getting tough on gun violenceThe gun violence epidemic continues to plague our state and our nation. Tragically, guns remain a leading cause of death in our country: More than 33,000 people died in gun-related deaths in 2014 alone. In 2015, New Jersey saw a 4 percent increase in homicides. The vast majority of these violent crimes involve a firearm — over 70 percent from 2012 to 2014, the last three years for which we have data. Most tragically, dozens of people were killed last year in accidental gun deaths in which the shooter was five years old or younger — deaths that personalized, smart gun technology would prevent. The gun violence epidemic is nothing short of a public health crisis. And yet, Governor Christie continues to stand in the way of sensible reforms. He has vetoed bills that had universal support from New Jerseyans. These bipartisan measures would have kept guns out of the hands of gang members and individuals convicted of making terroristic threats, restricted the size of gun magazines, and prohibited the sale of a powerful .50-caliber rifle — a ban Governor Christie himself proposed in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy. Governor Christie even vetoed a bill that would have required gun retailers to carry at least one personalized, smart gun once it became commercially available. Smart gun technology would prevent unauthorized individuals from using a firearm. Only the NRA opposes adopting this technology, and in following its lead, Governor Christie’s hypocrisy shows through: he publicly defends the right to buy seemingly every gun on the market — except the one that will actually keep our children safe. Governor Christie’s continued opposition to sensible gun safety regulations does not protect our Second Amendment rights. It simply makes us less safe. The evidence is clear: the five states with the lowest rates of gun violence — Hawaii, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut — all have among the strictest gun safety regulations in the nation. Conversely, the states with the highest rates of gun violence all have weak gun safety regulations. A truly comprehensive answer to reducing gun violence must come from the federal government. Yet that is not an excuse for inaction. When Phil Murphy is governor, New Jersey will be a national role model and we will lead this fight. Phil believes that sensible regulations can prevent gun violence while still preserving Second Amendment rights for law-abiding residents. Specifically, as governor Phil Murphy would: Sign commonsense legislation that Christie vetoed: Phil Murphy would start by signing every piece of gun violence prevention legislation that Governor Christie has vetoed. These bills would have enacted bipartisan and sensible solutions, such as keeping guns out of the hands of gang members and domestic abusers. Mandate gun safety training: No one should be able to purchase a firearm without first attending a gun safety training course. Promote smart gun technology: We must regain our position as a leader in the smart gun movement by requiring all gun retailers to carry at least one smart gun once they are commercially available. Keep guns out of the hands of those suffering with mental illness: New Jersey already requires background checks, but it should follow the lead of nearly half the states in the U.S. and require timely reporting of mental illness episodes to the national background check database. Tax gun sales to prevent violence: All gun sales should be subject to a tax that will fund law enforcement, drug treatment centers, and mental health services. Strengthen regulations on gun transfers: Phil Murphy would make it a crime to sell guns without conducting a mandatory background check, and would require individuals to register their firearms kept in the state. Work with neighboring states to promote gun violence prevention: An estimated 80 percent of guns involved in crimes in New Jersey come from out of state. As governor, Phil Murphy will engage partners in neighboring states to find common ground on gun violence prevention efforts. Direct the Attorney General to vigorously defend our gun laws: Governor Christie has allowed the Attorney General’s office to relax enforcement of our gun safety laws, including laws that prohibit illegally transporting guns into New Jersey from out of state. As governor, Phil Murphy would direct the Attorney General to vigorously defend and enforce our gun laws, rather than to act as an agent of the NRA.
  17. No , Sorry Its only for active Academy Classes and Qualifications.They also recently constructed a fence around the Range area.
  18. When it comes to carrying there is NO perfect gun and everyone has there own opinions on what is the perfect carry gun. It truly comes down to what feels comfortable to YOU. I've changed my carry gun 4 times in the last 10 years. My current Off Duty is a Glock 42. absolutely love the gun. Small and very light weight, yet can still easily qualify at 25 yards with it. Like I said there is No perfect gun, you need to find the perfect balance of Size, weight, and Caliber that suits you. if you want something on the smaller end look at Karh arms, CM9 or CW9 , Smith and Wesson Shield 9.
  19. Ive been qualifying at Sea Girt for 10 years now, there's only a few semi covered 25 yard ranges near the beach. Only LEO and Military allowed
  20. Ive carried the M&P9c for 6 years now, love the gun, no issues, BUT finding parts and 15 round 9mm mags near impossible, so I would say P320 XDM9C FNS9C also in place of the M&P I would say Glock 19/26 only because parts are readly available and 15 round mags are never an issue and cheap.
  21. Was just out yesterday, From keyport to Keansburg we saw tons of Browns chasing bunker, We were watching them chase bunker in to as little as 2 ft of water.
  22. I went with a thread protector for my first build for a few reasons, 1. Muzzle break is rough on the ears for indoor shooting, Hell even outdoor shooting. My friend and I compared them at an outdoor range and yes my gun was loud, but it wasn't as bad as his with the muzzle break. 2. If we were a free state this wouldn't be an issue, but since everything needs to be pinned have fun changing your gun around or repairing it, paying a great amount to have the barrel unpinned just to change the gas block or install a free float handguard or just change things around. You just spent alot of time and money to have it pinned-unpinned-pinned. www.tacticalambush.com has crowned M4 barrels for a great price
  23. LOL you will be shunned very soon, But I 100% agree with you and share this same view, I built my AR around a year ago and it has old reliable Iron sites on it, I dont like the idea of having no sight when a battery fails and they do FAIL.
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