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  1. Check these out. http://www.learntocarry.com/nogunsnomoney/
  2. I think I worded that incorrectly. What I meant was.... It is my understanding that these do not come laminated. They are also a very strange size. They don't fit in wallets very nicely. Like our FPIC used to be before they went digital.
  3. Anyone else notice that the permit is only good for 22 months? It is my understanding that these do not come laminated. Like our FPIC used to be before they went digital. They are also a very strange size. They don't fit in wallets very nicely.
  4. You will be able to change the contributor case number when you go for your fingerprinting. I did the same thing at my appointment.
  5. I believe this is what you are looking for... https://search1.njcourts.gov/go/?rt=1659988537989&docId=99f7ff139c5d4fd491ea2115aaf2cade&queryId=162034ffaf664992bb99c263833feeb6&order=0
  6. Only thing that was mentioned about ammo was no steel core or steel cased ammo.
  7. I qualified at Reloaderz. This is the exact policy they emailed to us before the course was taken: Qualifying Guns: The qualification form is currently limited to 4 serial guns. You may qualify with two-gun types (this limit is to prevent the qualification from taking too long) hammer-fire striker fire revolver You only have to shoot one course of fire with one gun of a respective category in order to be qualified for several guns of the same category. So it is possible to qualify you for 4 guns after shooting just one course of fire (if they are all the same firearm type). Example: if you have a Glock 17, a Glock 19, and a Sig Sauer P320, if you pass with one of them, we will qualify you for all three, despite only shooting one of them. This is because all three of the aforementioned handguns belong to the same category: striker-fired handguns. Example: If you have a revolver and a hammer-fired gun, you will have to conduct two separate courses of fire, as they belong to different categories. Disclaimer: Again, the instructor conducting the qualification has full discretion, as the liability is assumed by them. If the instructor deems two handguns of the same category are not substantially similar, either due to caliber, size, or some other factor, then he or she has the authority to require you to shoot an additional course of fire if the time permits it.
  8. – Timed fire using an FBI Q target – 24 rounds at 7 yards – 14 rounds at 10 yards – 6 rounds at 15 yards – 6 rounds at 25 yards Would love to know what the actual course of fire is. Times etc. This way I can practice it before taking the actual qualification.
  9. Senate law and public safety hearing was canceled for tomorrow. Assembly judiciary is hearing all of the Murphy gun bills on the 13th. https://njleg.state.nj.us/BillsForAgendaView.asp
  10. Senate law and public safety hearing was canceled for tomorrow. Assembly judiciary is hearing all of the Murphy gun bills on the 13th. https://njleg.state.nj.us/BillsForAgendaView.asp
  11. Yeah Ridgewood is super fast. First time took 19 days, second took 10 days and the third 11 days. When I lived in Clifton it was 3 months.
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