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About pasu0115

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    Somerset County, NJ
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    Hunting, Shooting, Skiing, Fishing, Travel.
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    Cherry Ridge

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  1. Marlin was sold to Remington at some point, Remington made them go down in Quality, Remington went under taking Marlin with them. They are no longer made, therefore more in demand. Some were also limited production calibers or other features such as octagon barrels, special finishes and such. I think Ruger bought Marlin in the Remington bankruptcy. It remains to be seen if they bring back the Marlin lever actions.
  2. Probably promised you "FREE" healthcare and "FREE" College Tuition as well!
  3. I like a 16ga. For pheasants. High brass #5 shot, either Remington Express Long Range or Fiocchi Golden Pheasant. Modified choke, or in a double barrel modified in one, full in the other.
  4. Lol, no, it's in a closet right now. One of these days I will make a wooden rack to hold it standing for display.
  5. As best I can tell, the big one is a US 75mm High Explosive round from world war 2. Yes, it is DEMILLED (no explosive/no propellant)! The round included for comparison is a 7.62x54 Russian rifle round.
  6. As others have said, the Senate will shit can any gun control coming out of the house. Expect Biden/Harris to go the executive order route. These will hopefully be squashed in the federal courts. I do also recall Biden saying he will appoint Beto O'Rourke as his gun violence czar. If you dont remember, Beto is on video stating "Hell Yes, we are going to TAKE your AR-15". The dems are a dangerous anti constitutional party!
  7. What gun are you shooting, and what caliber? That may help you get an answer. Sometimes, you could get a bad batch of ammo, other times, could just be that particular gun/ammo combo doesn't work.
  8. They are right about the receivers, receivers and handguns can only be picked up at an FFL in the state you reside. I think they are wrong about the threaded barrel on the PC and pinning of magazines.
  9. I would reach out to the FFL and let them know what you are ordering, and Make sure that they are willing, as well as are capable of making that particular gun NJ compliant.
  10. I only use steel in my Pap, SKS and Makarov pistols. Since they are all Russian based, they seem built for it and have no issues. I have heard it does cause more wear to chambers, extractors, ejectors. How much? And when it will cause problems? I dont know. I would never use steel case in an AR, I have seen two different times at the range where people shooting steel case out of an AR got spent cases jammed in their chamber that the range officers had to bang out with a cleaning rod! It wasnt a pleasant sight!
  11. This is correct! No .22 LR for small game, but you can use a .177, .20, or .22 air rifles. Some air rifles are really powerful, almost as much as a real gun!
  12. That would be a really nice close range deer gun for buckshot! Just have to plug the magazine tube so it doesn't hold more than 3 total rounds! Just a thought!
  13. You got some good advice from some of the above posters! I have been hunting with an 870 Express 12ga. since the early 90's. Under some wet conditions the finish will get surface rust that easily wipes off with a rag and some gun oil! The metal surfaces still look great and the gun has never failed me!I have a rifled slug barrel, as well as a 28" vent rib barrel. With those, you can do any Jersey hunting. Regardless of whether you get an 870 or Mossberg 500, get a 26" or 28" vent rib barrel, the 26" barrel would swing a little faster and be easier handling in the woods, but if you decide to hunt ducks/goose, the 28" may be an overall better choice. You would want a rifled slug barrel for bear/deer. I would recommend a cantilever scope mount over iron sights. With the cantilever scope mount, your scope is on the barrel and the barrel can be switched out and back with little to no change in zero. I didnt recommend iron sights because hunting hours in NJ for deer are 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sundown. You will see most deer during this time period at the beginning/end of legal hunting hours. A scope is easier to use during this lower light period! Also, if you do go the scope route, dont buy a cheap scope, a good $150-200 scope will hold up better, have better light gathering than a $40 scope will. Good luck, welcome to hunting!
  14. I like Goya products! Will buy a little extra on my next trip to the store to make up for whatever they might lose from misguided leftists!
  15. Or, better yet instead of an effective treatment, a vaccine, that since the Corona Virus is so dangerous, has to be mandatory, and maybe yearly like the flu shot that many get!
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