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  1. Was this ever answered? How does MM achieve 26" with an 11.5" barrel? I though it falls just short of 26" from the end of the buffer extension.
  2. I can't justify spending over $1K on a new firearm right now. Is this PSA 11.5" good to go with a VFG? https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-11-5-5-56-nato-1-7-nitride-10-5-lightweight-m-lok-moe-ept-sba3-pistol-kit.html It appears that it is and if so I'll pull the trigger.
  3. My first AR...PSA build kit $399 + PSA lower. Can't beat the price and having a blast with it. Added AFG, Voodoo Jetcomp, Streamlight, Romeo 5 and Juliet 4.
  4. Folks really need to stop referring to this as a "loophole". That is just an invitation for the decision to be scrutinized and overturned.
  5. Costco in Union is selling several Jersey legal assortment packs varying from $50 to &180 or so.
  6. Terribly written and senseless law. First it says it's a class 4 felony to possess them, then has exemptions for having them in your home or transporting them for sportsmen activities. So essentially the law only applies to the five people in the state with CCW permits. It is also silent on the use of the ammunition for home defense.
  7. I read the NJSP link and it specifically mentions that they can be used for practice and hunting: Activities contained in N.J.S.A 26:39-6f. can be broken down as follows: A member of a rifle or pistol club organized under rules of the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and which filed its charter with the State Police; A person engaged in hunting or target practice with a firearm legal for hunting in this State; A person going directly to a target range, and; A person going directly to an authorized place for "practice, match, target, trap or skeet shooting exhibitions." It does not mention self defense situations within your home. Would use of HP be considered lawful if used in a self defense scenario in NJ? Thanks
  8. I see that Hornady Critical Defense is listed on the SP memo above, but does anyone know if Hornady Critcal Duty is also acceptable? Here are the differences: http://www.hornady.com/support/critical-duty-and-critical-defense Seems as though it should be OK, but then again...it's NJ. Thanks
  9. Thanks to everyone for the feedback. I don't think I really have time for a project like getting the bike street ready again. I travel every week for work and there are too many other things I'd rather be doing on weekends. I will call some of the shops listed above and get some quotes. I'm of the opinion that the carb job, battery and fluid replacement are the only things I really need. I will probably replace the battery myself before sending it the shop. The tires look fine to me, but I'll have to look at them closer. I don't see any signs of dry rot, but I'd hate to find out the hard way that the rubber is brittle. The guy at JDS said that tanks tend to rust and flake on the inside, which is why he recommended the tank coating. I took a look with a flashlight and it looks like new to me. Old School: thanks. The bike has just under 13,000 miles and has been under a blanket for six years. She cleaned up pretty easily when I took her out.
  10. I have a 1988 Yamaha Radian (YX600) that hasn't been on the road in about six years. I am the original owner and the bike is in great shape. I'd like to get it back on the road, but the carbs will have to be cleaned, etc. I called JDS Cycle in Roselle Park and they said it would cost approximately $1000 to "do it right" (carbs, battery, clean/coat gas tank, tires, etc). I was hoping to spend more like $500. Can anyone recommend a reliable bike shop in North Jersey? Thanks,
  11. 90% sure I'll be there tomorrow. See y'all then.
  12. Guilty! I wussed out. Sounds like it was a fun time.
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