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Old Glock guy

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  1. Nice, sad account. Brought a tear to my eye.
  2. Give or take a detail or two, that is almost exactly my situation. I also had a few rifles that needed 10 round mags. The total cost for replacements so far was over $400, and I still have a few more that I need. I emphatically agree that while the chances of ever getting caught are slim, the consequences are dire. I hope you are right in your last paragraph, but I'm doubtful that we will ever see NJ's oppressive laws overturned. As for the masses that others have mentioned who don't even know about this new law, my prediction is that they will probably not get prison time, but that they will become felons who will lose their right to own firearms in all 50 states.
  3. That looked like she was doing magic tricks! I hate to say it, but she missed the opportunity for an ankle holster or two.
  4. No, they only go en banc when the libs lose. Next stop: SCOTUS, which has never been more favorable to us in our lifetimes.
  5. I have no doubt that's true. Sworn officers have a duty to pursue trouble, while the rest of us are free (and even encouraged) to run away from it, if at all possible.
  6. On another note, we're all plugged into this, but I can't believe how many gun owners in NJ have no idea about these new restrictions.
  7. Here's a good three minute video that illustrates the difference between a competitor and self defense shooter going through a course of fire: Hey, my 3000th post! I kind of expected balloons and fireworks, or something like that.
  8. Well, not a bad deal if you only have a couple of mags. Pretty sure that's not the case for most of us. But seriously, if you store mags somewhere in the state, how would get them back out after the law goes into effect without risking a felony conviction?
  9. PSA

    Every time I see a thread about PSA, I start thinking it's time to get my prostate checked again. TMI? Seriously, they have some nice looking AK's as well, but they refuse to ship them to our godforsaken state.
  10. Sportsman's Guide is currently selling them. I think it's good to have a couple of dozen on hand for emergencies, but IMHO, you're better off with a lot of freeze-dried foods for long-term storage.
  11. Amen to that, brother! As for simply not complying, agreed the chances of getting caught are slim (unless you're posting about it on an internet forum), but the consequences are severe, namely a felony conviction. Even if you escape prison time, you lose your right to own firearms in all 50 states.
  12. Training Day aside... I can't recall ever having an issue with my P320, and I am not the most fastidious cleaner and lubricator of my firearms.
  13. Damn, can't believe I just saw this today! I'm less than 10 minutes from there, and would like to have taken a peek.
  14. I just boxed up all my evil "high capacity" magazines over the weekend, to send them out to PA, until I can get them to a safe haven out of NJ. The whole time I was packaging them, I kept thinking how much safer I was making our beloved state. Still waiting for all the conforming mags I ordered from Gun Mag Warehouse to arrive.