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  1. Sounds good, but the resolution does not really say much other than to support lawful use of firearms, feel-good language. Will WM refrain from infringing on any keeping or bearing of arms within their jurisdiction? For example, OC or CCW?
  2. Article seems to say that one must opt in to this (although recognizing the source is WaPo): "Ring allows users to decline police requests for video and does not directly identify them based on their refusal, which Huseman wrote would “eliminate the pressure implicit in receiving an in‐person request from police.” “Users must expressly choose to assist police, the same way they would traditionally answer the door or respond to a public request for tips,” he added."
  3. "Ring’s terms of service state that users must install the cameras so they do not “take any recordings beyond the boundary” of a user’s property, such as a public road or sidewalk." Why is it a problem to record public spaces?
  4. And yes, I agree that you should not have to spend $1000000s and go through potentially losing much more than just assets. Just to clear your name and defend yourself (in court) after engaging in a self-defense situation. Especially involving an intruder in your own home. We can all imagine how such a HD shooting would turn out for the victim in this state.
  5. Yeah, sorry I didn't elaborate. This case did not involve fire arm,. But judge ruled on no duty to retreat inside your house, regardless of the defensuve weapon. "The defendant may, under our law, meet the assailant at the threshold of the home and prevent him from entering by any means, including deadly force." My point was, no duty to retreat in the home. My other point, this is 30 year old case law, good luck with that today.
  6. Google NJ v Martinez, 1989 No duty to retreat in this home The caveat is, this is case law from 1989, may have different outcome today... you are also instructed that one has no duty to retreat from his own home and may stand his ground and repel an attempt by the assailant to enter or commit a crime therein. The defendant may, under our law, meet the assailant at the threshold of the home and prevent him from entering by any means, including deadly force. Under such circumstances, the homicide is justified and the defendant would be entitled to an acquittal.
  7. The weekend. Also, people who claim that gun must be locked in the trunk, or (if no trunk) out of reach. I know this comes from NJSP guidelines, but it goes beyond the "closed and fastened case, securely tied package, OR in the trunk" that is actually written in 2C:39-6
  8. Understood. And no one wants to defy the law because--even if you ultimately win--it'll cost you a lot.
  9. How does FOPA "safe passage" clause not override the local statute if you are doing interstate transport? In fact, in the language below (other than in the section title) I do not even see a need for interstate travel, as long as it is legal at start and destination. "18 U.S. Code § 926A - Interstate transportation of firearms Notwithstanding any other provision of any law or any rule or regulation of a State or any political subdivision thereof, any person who is not otherwise prohibited by this chapter from transporting, shipping, or receiving a firearm shall be entitled to transport a firearm for any lawful purpose from any place where he may lawfully possess and carry such firearmto any other place where he may lawfully possess and carry such firearm if, during such transportation the firearm is unloaded, and neither the firearm nor any ammunition being transported is readily accessible or is directly accessible from the passenger compartment of such transporting vehicle: Provided, That in the case of a vehicle without a compartment separate from the driver’s compartment the firearm or ammunition shall be contained in a locked container other than the glove compartment or console."
  10. Does anyone know if NYC transport law only applies to transport within the state or would it also apply to transport to a match in another state? And does FOPA come into play for interstate?
  11. It sounds like Ms. Gerlach did do something, but nothing happened. "she tried warning people in the past, but no one believed her." But it does not sound like Xaver did anything that would have prohibited him from purchasing. Maybe a "Red Flag" law would have stopped him? But those laws are problematic also from a due process perspective.
  12. Great, thanks for the info. I will pick one up.
  13. Have you tried using just one in a four-way configuration?
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