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  1. where are they relocating them to, any idea? TIA
  2. 150 rounds (three boxes NEW) of Freedommunitions 300 AAC Blackout 150gr FMJ ammo. 160 rounds (eight boxes) of Sellier & Bellot 300 AAC Blackout Ammunition SB300BLKA 124 Grain Full Metal Jacket $215 Cash pick up in Mercer or I will ship to NJ or PA only for additional $16. Money order cashier's check only if shipping option is selected. NJ FID card required for NJ buyers. If buyer opts for shipping then he or she could place copy of ID in with mailed payment or email. Feel free to redact your SS# if you have that version of the NJ FID card.
  3. It’s interesting that in the YT video you posted Alex says their site was hit with a denial-of-service attack (DoS attack). I received the email blast the other day and the link worked the first time but when I revisited the link/site it was dead which I thought was odd. I’d be interested to know who hacked them? looks like nj2as.com is done and the new url is at nj2as.org
  4. yep, murphy only wants the pre-screened channel 12 category softball questions. unless I heard wrong when murphy punted the question from Alex Roubian to AG Grewal last week he (Grewal) said something "like" they were following the policy of the FEDS. So if I heard that correctly my guess if asked again the AG will walk this back and spin-it to fit their agenda
  5. probably won’t be one, Alex from NJ2AS was denied entry to yesterday’s press conference. If there was a response it be some spin-job on nj channel 12
  6. March 28, 2020 For immediate release BREAKING: GOA and GOC Thank the Trump Administration for Designating Firearms Industry as Essential Springfield, VA – President Trump’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has revised its guidance of critical infrastructure to include the firearms industry as part of the Essential Critical Infrastructure. This revision comes shortly after Gun Owners of America (GOA) and Gun Owners of California (GOC) sent a letter to the administration urging inclusion of the firearms industry. The guidance specifically includes “[w]orkers supporting the operation of firearm or ammunition product manufacturers, retailers, importers, distributors, and shooting ranges” as part of the Essential Critical Infrastructure. GOA Senior Vice President Erich Pratt said, “It is very encouraging to see CISA include the firearms industry as essential. In these uncertain times, the ability to protect yourself — and to acquire firearms, magazines and ammunition — should not be ignored. GOA/GOC thanks the Trump Administration for listening to our letter and ensuring that Americans can protect themselves in these difficult times.” Erich Pratt, or another GOA spokesperson, is available for interviews. Gun Owners of America is a nonprofit lobbying organization dedicated to protecting the right to keep and bear arms without compromise. GOA represents over two million members and activists. For more information, visit GOA’s Press Center. — GOA — https://gunowners.org/breaking-goa-and-goc-thank-the-trump-administration-for-designating-firearms-industry-as-essential/?utm_source=alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=na-alert-2020-03-28
  7. in other news Rhode Island Police to Hunt Down New Yorkers Seeking Refuge https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-03-27/rhode-island-police-to-hunt-down-new-yorkers-seeking-refuge
  8. You have all the wealthy New Yorkers coming down to the jersey shore and opening up their homes. murphy told them to stay home because the shore areas are in “winter mode” and he don’t want the part time residents coming in and over burdening a system already running on fumes. I could see both sides on this one, for example PT residents still pay property taxes if they are there or not..
  9. then I stand corrected, don't know where I got that. I purchased longs guns in PA before, they used NJ forms and just seemed much smoother. jersey always seems to be a deal...
  10. Its under the guidance of the NJSP, the people that do the NJ NICS checks are considered non-essential employees which likely means they are regular old state employees and not SP themselves, so if it looks like bad weather/snow they shutdown. Now compare that with PA when you buy a firearm there the vendor calls the NICS folks directly whereas in NJ you have that extra layer of bureaucracy. The NJ FFL calls the NJSP and then they call NICS, its a middle man thing. One of the forum FFL’s could chime in and provide better detailed info.
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    likely do to a large number of Guests that were online when you experienced the slowdown, probably Libs rethinking their "no one needs a gun" mantra due to the crona19 problem
  12. With regards to the shore Shot post above I don’t see a bunch of NJ Anti gun folks now making the transition over to gun owners just for this virus. I’m sure there were a few NJ Anti 2A people that may have abandoned their stance for the day and walked into a NJ LGS and thinking they’d walk out the same day with a firearm with little or no state paperwork and found it don’t work that way. As we know over in PA a different story for their residents and more likely to happen there. I was in Tanner’s one day a few years ago and saw one car in there parking lot with an Obama & NRA bumper stickers. I never figured that one out, guess you could have it both ways in PA.
  13. meanwhile here in nj just got this.. DON'T EVENTHINK ABOUT USING CORONAVIRUS AS AN EXCUSE TO SHUT DOWN GUN PERMITTING March 18, 2019. Today, ANJRPC convinced one NJ town to voluntarily reverse its shutdown of firearms permitting due to Coronavirus, and is issuing this warning to every other permitting authority in NJ: Don't even THINK of using Coronavirus as an excuse to stop processing firearms permits and credentials. "Times of emergency are precisely the times when people need the right to protect themselves and their families the most," said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. "ANJRPC will not tolerate any attempt by any municipality to interrupt the firearms permitting process for any reason, and will spare no effort or expense to protect the right of law-abiding New Jerseyans to obtain firearms." ANJRPC attorney Dan Schmutter stated: "It is absolutely unlawful for a local authority that has been injected into the firearms acquisition process to shut down that process because it is unable or unwilling to maintain it during times of emergency -- when Constitutional rights must be protected the most. Towns must either fulfill their Constitutional obligation to maintain an acquisition process, or be eliminated from the process itself. Shutting down the process is simply not an option." If you become aware of any permitting authority in NJ that attempts to shut down the firearms permitting process due to Coronavirus, please contact us immediately at strikeforce@anjrpc.org so that ANJRPC can address it. Please stay safe during this challenging time, and know that ANJRPC will continue to be vigilant in protecting our Second Amendment rights no matter what.
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