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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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About Twospot

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  1. Agreed. If I'm selling I just wanted to make sure buyer coming to me is cool. I wouldn't risk going to him unless we met at a range.
  2. Thank you very much. This is very helpful!
  3. Can you do a private sale of a handgun (assuming buyer has all proper paperwork Photo ID matching FID, P2P, etc.) from home or do you have to meet at a range? In other words, buyer goes to sellers home to do transaction.
  4. I know this sounds like the devil talking but hear me out... i actually think this is better. Not the time, but the fact the permits go to the same person. It adds way more consistency. There is no sense in bitching that we have to do this because it most likely won’t go away anytime soon. So if we have to deal with it, it would be nice if the process and approval guidelines were consistent. Even for politically biased. At least that bias would be somewhat predictable.
  5. Yes, those explain the issue more but don't necessarily give you much detail on how to actually fix. I'm just doing research for additional info on top what it says when that happens
  6. Cool! Agreed. I wish the suggested fixes were a bit more descriptive
  7. Thanks for the contribution.
  8. Cool man! I'm in
  9. Just had mine arrive today. Pretty cool. however no more Pelican case. Mine is in a custom MantisX case. Username is twospot if anyone wants to add me to their group
  10. Great suggestions. Not sure I'll buy anything fully auto.
  11. Oh no doubt, as soon as I get the PA drivers license I'll get the PA CCW. Then I'm gonna go buy multiple handguns and a rifle IN ONE PURCHASE!!! LOL. That is very true sir.
  12. Thanks man, I appreciate it. I'm sitting here cracking up almost urinating myself because I just realized what your avatar is LMAO!
  13. Oh I know once I cross the bridge I'm a free man. However leaving and re-entering this shithole is a whole different ball game. It's difficult not to overthink with the crap here. I am 100% a cop will say "Well do you have proof you went to the range?" Although the law does not say you need it, it doesn't say you don't. Remember that's how these libs think. Plus no offense against any LEOs here, I don't trust they know the laws.
  14. I work in PA and have Clayton's about two miles from my office. They're not open when I drive into the area in the morning.
  15. I'm seeing more stuff that FOPA doesn't cover me locking my firearm unloaded in the trunk and driving into PA from my home in NJ. I was told by what I consider an incredibly reliable source that FOPA does. However I found threads on this forum and others saying unless you're driving to your own business, another home or a range that its illegal