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About Mark@3R1

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  • Birthday 11/08/1964

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    Monroe TWP, NJ
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  1. Agreed - and I am not trying to get HF in any hot water - on the contrary, I'm trying to keep my fellow law abiding felons, er, citizens of NJ out of hot water.
  2. 2C:39-9d states they are illegal to sell - calls them out by name. 2C:39-5d and 3e opens the door for them to be a 'per se' weapon - it puts the burden on the possessor to prove they have it for a lawful intent as opposed to the burden being on the state to prove they have it for an unlawful intent. You know as well as I do that in NJ it's arrest first and let the judge sort it out. It is also well known that LE in NJ does not know every law and statute, they can't possibly. I think retailers that are selling an item that is illegal to sell by statute, but they have received special dispensation, should disclose to their customers that they have a high chance of being arrested if the item is found in their possession by law enforcement.
  3. I'm a little confused and irritated at the moment. I was just at Harbor Freight today, and I noticed that they were selling slingshots - lots of them. When I got home, I opened up my trusty Fourth Edition of New Jersey Gun Laws by Evan Nappen. I found that the statues clearly state that the sale of slingshots is prohibited, and the possession of a sling shot is likely to be illegal. The statue for selling is 2C-39:9d, and the statutes for possessing are 2C-39:-5d and 2C-39:3e. I called the manager at Harbor Freight and let her know about the statutes. She advised me that Harbor Freight had received an exception from the state of New Jersey and was being permitted to sell the sling shots. So, I want to know why the state is creating exemptions for illegal activities for this particular retailer. As an FFL myself, *I* cannot sell slingshots in New Jersey. I wonder if Harbor Freight is telling it's customers that when they walk out the door with their sling shots that they are now in possession of a 'per se' weapon as defined by NJ Statutes, and are subject to prosecution for a fourth degree crime - and could spend up to 18 months in jail and pay a $10,000 fine. I personally think that sales and possession of sling shots should be legal. I also think that I should be able to sell or possess a magazine that holds 16, or for that matter, 100 rounds of ammunition.
  4. Finally finished my Saiga conversion. The crowning jewel is the new furniture from Ironwood Designs.
  5. I've thought about doing this as well. However, as an FFL it would actually be more difficult for me to purchase long guns than a private citizen. They would have to come back to my location. Wonder how long the local pd would allow you to operate there? Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
  6. Was there yesterday. Prices were too high on ammo. Walk the whole floor though. Towards the end of the hall I found a guy setting up. He had magtech 9mm for $18 a box. Bought every box he had. Found some decent deals on accessories. Can't stand all the Rader vendors though. Zapping all morning long. Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
  7. Check out Steve at Monmouth Arms. I think he was tooling up for that. Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
  8. Looks like I'm going to home depot for the next compensated confiscation - couple of pipes and some electrical tape = $250? woo hoo
  9. I've had mine for over a year and love it - sold three as well and no complaints from my customers.
  10. live feed: http://www.mediaite.com/tv/george-zimmerman-trial-day-13-closings-live-stream/
  11. I'm looking at some work in Mt. Laurel, which is the opposite commute than what I am doing now. So I am wondering if anyone can tell me what the commute looks like for: Monroe --> Mount Laurel @ 0600 Mount Laurel --> Monroe @ 1700 I'm currently doing Monroe <--> Morristown everyday and wondering if the Mt. Laurel commute will be any better. Thanks
  12. Yes. And mine runs great with no care and lots of abuse. Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
  13. "beacause I can't afford to hire a cop to protect me 24 hours a day..."
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