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  1. Last time I was at Rodeway Inn it sucked the big one. Way too small and cramped. Should be heading to Lehigh Valley tomorrow morning, so we might hit the show in Allentown anyway just because the shows only a few miles away.
  2. Did you follow all the installation steps? Quick video I found of what sounds like your set-up.... When you say can't remove the lower, do you mean you can't move the takedown pin?
  3. It was crazy how fast the bear made it up the tree and he was in the guys face. Good message for all the hunters, you don't own the woods the bears do.
  4. Nice I think you made out real good.
  5. How about a shooting competition amongst the strippers, you can place bets on who will win.
  6. Very nice setup. That's exactly what I want. Now that I have an M9 I want a Cx4 Storm for the mag compatibility. And to sell my piece of shit Hi-point 995 thing.
  7. How will you take my guns away? YES WE WILL! But how? YES WE WILL!
  8. Dead Patriot Films presents “Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire” – a 79-minute, PG-13 documentary narrated by Ice-T that brings audiences to the center of the controversy over an issue that is dividing our nation – gun control. The film takes a step back from the public discourse on limiting magazine capacity and defining assault rifles. Instead, “Assaulted” offers a unique historical perspective on the Second Amendment’s significance, taking a critical and objective look at the current gun laws, and the effect on civil rights and liberty. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=FDziWcKQxr8 Created by Emmy winning producer and writer Kris Koenig (“400 Years of the Telescope,” the upcoming “Fight for Space”) and produced by Eric Katzenberg (“Secrets of Navy SEALS,” “American Guns”), the film is narrated by critically acclaimed rapper and actor Ice-T (“Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap,” “Law and Order: SVU”). “Basic American civil rights are being threatened by efforts to constrain the Second Amendment. Gun control debates that focus on gun technology and not the roots of gun violence are not helping to resolve the issue,” commented Kris Koenig, “Assaulted” executive producer, director and writer. “‘Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire’ examines the original intent of current gun laws through the examples of important moments in U.S. history – because balanced information is critical to ensure that we balance public safety concerns with our civil liberties.” Distributed by High Top Releasing, “Assaulted” will be playing in limited release beginning Thursday, June 20th in more than a dozen U.S. markets, including: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, among others. Moreover, through a partnership with Tugg, the film is available for special screenings nationwide. The web-platform enables individuals, organizations and non-profits to host their own theatrical events and share the film with their local community. Get started here. “The Second Amendment is so simple,” says Ted Nugent. “It’s an absolute tragedy that the question exists. What does it mean? Keep and bear arms means they’re mine. You can’t have them. I’ve got some on me right now. And they’re loaded!” With the original intention of empowering a citizenry to defend themselves against a corrupt or tyrannical government, the concept behind the Second Amendment may seem farfetched today. Or does it? “Assaulted” weaves together such narrative threads as the post-World War II Battle of Athens and the Deacons for Defense of the Jim Crow era with more recent events, including the abandonment of Koreatown during the Rodney King Riots and the heavy-handed action taken by officials during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. “As we’ve seen in the past with other civil rights issues, the majority isn’t always right. Whether it’s racial equality, women’s rights, LGBT equality or the Second Amendment, we have to strongly uphold ALL of our precious civil rights. The reason that this society exists is because we balance the rights of the individual above the whole,” added Koenig. With the purpose of igniting a meaningful gun control conversation, as opposed to adding to the existing rhetoric, “Assaulted” sought out constitutional historians, lawyers, law enforcement, educators, anti-violence leaders, gun rights activists and gun owners to lend their voices to the film. The result is more than 30 interviews from advocates on both sides of the argument, such as: • Ted Nugent – Rock Star and Second Amendment Advocate • Chris Cheng – Professional Marksman & Winner, “Top Shot” Season Four • Dan Gross – President, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence • Bobbie Ross – Civil Rights Lawyer & Chair, American Bar Association’s 2nd Amendment Committee • Alan Gottlieb – Founder, Second Amendment Foundation • Eugene Volokh, Ph.D. – Professor UCLA School of Law & Blogger, “The Volokh Conspiracy” • Adam Winkler, Ph.D. – Professor UCLA School of Law & Author, “Gun Fight” • David Kopel, Ph.D. – Research Director, Independence Institute • Margot Bennett – Executive Director, Women Against Gun Violence • Alan Gura, Esq. – Civil Rights Lawyer Attorney, Lead Counsel for Heller (District of Columbia v. Heller) • Gene Hoffman – Founder, CalGuns Foundation • Thomas Boyer – Chairman, Pink Pistols • And others… For more information on “Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire,” please visit www.AssaultedFilm.com. Seems like an interesting film, I doubt any theaters in the peoples republic will show it but....
  9. Motorcycles, tattoos, and strip clubs.
  10. Without reading the correspondence between the op and this guy from Armslist, no one knows exactly what was said between them. Maybe there was a misunderstanding? Nah....lets just assume the worst in people and their intentions. You are inferring things that I am not saying, once again I never told or advised anyone to break the law, yet you accuse me of doing so. Armslist guy asked op to sell him a handgun without paperwork(allegedly). Once the op said no the conversation between them seemingly ended. (Unless I missed something because after two pages of "call the cops" "report him" it all started blending together.) Someone asked you to do something you weren't comfortable with; case closed. Felons can't vote: partially correct but mostly wrong. There are only 12 states where you could possibly lose your right to vote for life. But many of those states reinstate your right to vote after time served, probation, parole, and x number of years since you committed said crime. ETA: It seems that you are mistakenly assuming that I am making excuses for Armslist guy when I am not; I am trying to make the point that there is no reason to judge a situation where you don't have all the facts. What if this guy was asking a question to the seller of the handgun and instead of searching this forum or the SP website, he was new to NJ and emailed the seller and asked if he needed paperwork to purchase.
  11. When did I tell anyone to break the law? I was referring to the fact that everyone is throwing in their 2 pennies, saying that the guy should be reported to the police for trying to buy a gun incorrectly. The "lynch mob mentality" refers to people wanting to judge some random guy on Armslist, without knowing any real facts. What if the guy just moved to NJ from an American state? What if the guy just became a gun owner and was unaware that a P2P was needed for every single pistol purchase? What if the guy thought that buying a pistol F2F was a ("gunshow loophole") and didn't require additional paperwork nor an FFL, much like a long gun? This guy either knowingly or unknowingly tried to purchase a pistol without jumping through the hoops. Yet, everyone wants to treat him the same way "the antis" treat all of us. ---------------------------------------- Why is it that the Second Amendment is taken away from former felons but no other Constitutional Rights are taken away? Gun control isn't going to stop crime....because criminals will buy/use illegal guns anyway, right? So then what is the purpose of denying them a Constitutional Right?
  12. So much this!! The whole lynch mob mentality is pathetic and the reason gun laws will never get any better in this state.
  13. Some guy was trying to buy a gun without wanting the government to know about it; which is legal to do in like 40-something states. He's obviously a criminal mastermind.
  14. I'm pretty sure the knife was made in 1934, if you didn't already figure that out. Looks to be an early model SS Standard 1933 Dagger. From quick research, apparently the makers mark 121 is unidentified. Maybe try emailing these guys some pictures and getting an experts opinion.... http://germandressdaggers.com/index.htm
  15. It isn't worth using an exemption for less then 3 handguns. IDK how long current wait times are for SP paperwork but it is a nice feeling walking in to the store getting a single NICS check done, and walking out with 3 handguns. I almost feel like an American. Last I spoke with Rick at OMG he had a bunch of Glocks in the safe. I think he had a .40 cal, but he has a bunch of handguns for sale. I did an exemption with Rick months ago, it felt like the paperwork took forever but in the end it was worth it.
  16. Why would I want to kill the only living dinosaur? An extinct animal comes back to life; I'd want to keep it alive.
  17. White Manna in Hackensack is awesome. For a chain restaurant, Red Robin also makes really good burgers.
  18. Haha, I guess the panic is still strong.
  19. What kind of shit hit the fan? Zombies: AR-15 and Springfield XD9 Surviving in the wild: Mossberg 500 and Henry lever .22
  20. I suggested the same thing months ago, but everyone is scared of having been denied a carry permit. Even though just about every state that does issue CCWs doesn't ask on the application if you were ever denied. But there is still an irrational fear of checking an imaginary denied box.
  21. IMO, requirements means not a felon, wifebeater, alcoholic, or druggie. Etc. You do not need an FPID card or pistol permits to inherit firearms, but they need to be willed to you directly if you aren't the next of kin.
  22. The few times I've searched Armslist, I have seen FA and SBRs listed for sale in NJ. Needless to say, I don't want anything to do with that site.
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