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GiantsFan last won the day on January 25 2012

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    American History Buff 17-19th century, German Shepherds, Digital Photography, GIANTS Fan!
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  1. Wow, good for you! That would be HUGE if it happened to me.
  2. I don't believe thats an accurate statement. If I am allowed to carry a handgun on my own property, outside my home yet still on my property, wouldn't that also apply to hollowpoints too? We had another thread (that I started) just about this subject, and everyone agreed it was totally legal to posess and carry on your own property. g. Exceptions (2) a. Nothing in subsection f. (1) shall be construed to prevent a person from keeping such ammunition at his dwelling, premises or other land owned or possessed by him,
  3. I thought of that afterwards, I should have done so (broke out my card) and asked to see and hold the shotty. I got turned off by the salesmans initial and onging attitude but I should have made him show me the shotty and then when done said that I know where I can get it cheaper and then walk away. He was a jerk in my opinion and a waste of time behind the gun counter. I let it go at that and walked away early. But then, they don't need my business (its evident) as they're a large chain store. So I honestly doubt I'll pay them another visit for anything. And no, I wasn't there at the store specifically to see a shotty, I was there for other purposes and the interest in the shotty was spur of the moment, but sincere interest none the less as I am in the market for an O/U similar to the one that caught my eye there. (Franchi)
  4. I went to Dicks in Freehold a night ago and was interested in an over / under shotgun I spotted so I summoned the samesman over who was already behind the counter. No other customers were there so he was totally free to assist me. Bottom line, he didnt! After several questions about the shotty it became clear that this "dick" was not even going to go touch that shotgun, much less show it to me. In fact he went as far as to answer questions from the hip not even looking at the tag on the shotty, making statements that started off with "I believe or I think" Sure I had my F.I.D. in my wallet but it was evident this guy was not interested in showing me anything. I won't ever go back there (for anything.) either.
  5. Thats why Chrysler says it's cars are "imported" from Detroit. Becuase it's like a different Country there, unfortunately not a good one. (And yes, I've been to Newark during daylight hours and I've seen enough in broad daylight.)
  6. Smith & Wessom M&P "Pro Series" 9mm in 4.25" or 5" barrel. Walther PPQ 9mm
  7. They would be "illegal" in a CCW weapon, except you rarely will find anyone with a CCW permit anyway. Perhaps Armored Car personnel while on duty would be one that comes to mind (or P.I.s) as not being able to use them in their weapons? But otherwise very legal to own, purchase, transport and have at home for home defense or transporting them to a range etc, or to back home etc.
  8. I was thinking that too, Kimber Solo or Beretta Nano would be nice... BUT then this is the State of Confusion and Prohibition we live in.
  9. GiantsFan

    which 9mm?

    OK, I take that back, RAY is definitely NOT a "commie!"
  10. And make sure she doesn't accidentally wear any "Gang Colors" like a red "do rag" or something...
  11. On the bright side, it's better then Camden!
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