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About pjd832

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  1. While I completely agree with you … I see no reference of weight in 2C:39-1 definitions just the “smaller than 3/8”” and “any solid projectable ball, slug, pellet, missile or bullet” both of which airsoft pellets are….and while it’s nonsensical I am pretty sure there was a thread on here a few years back where someone/or their kids were playing with airsoft and had le interaction as a result. im not arguing the logic or merit of the law .. just that by the letter of the law it seems to not be “legal”. While there are plenty of people that very well may still have >10 and no one knows anyone that’s been charged that’s not a justifiable defense should the right circumstances align for one to find themselves being charged.
  2. Ok sorry I though that was the case based on 2C:39-1F
  3. Doesn’t nj classify air soft the same as BB guns?…and an air soft pistol need to be on a pistol permit? (By the letter of the law) 2C:39-1 Definitions: f. "Firearm" means any handgun, rifle, shotgun, machine gun, automatic or semi-automatic rifle, or any gun, device or instrument in the nature of a weapon from which may be fired or ejected any solid projectable ball, slug, pellet, missile or bullet, or any gas, vapor or other noxious thing, by means of a cartridge or shell or by the action of an explosive or the igniting of flammable or explosive substances. It shall also include, without limitation, any firearm which is in the nature of an air gun, spring gun or pistol or other weapon of a similar nature in which the propelling force is a spring, elastic band, carbon dioxide, compressed or other gas or vapor, air or compressed air, or is ignited by compressed air, and ejecting a bullet or missile smaller than three-eighths of an inch in diameter, with sufficient force to injure a person.
  4. It’s one of my pet peeves, there’s been an explosion in demand for training in the last 5-10 years…. And while there are no shortage of excellent real world verifiable options there is also the other side of the coin, the hustlers looking for easy money. I’ve come across some local ones (tri state area) using SLIGHTLY modified Special Operations patches as their business logo.. offering all types of “tactical” training, wearing bdu’s (they bought from a gun show) and barking like the DI’s at MCRD San Diego all the while they’ve never done any of it for real. not to say that every instructor for every discipline would need to be a door kicking operator, but if you did want that type of training you’d want that person instructing you not someone watching YouTube videos or may have taken a class from one of those people and trying to regurgitate what he can remember, and putting his own twist on it. And the line about “Christian integrity” seems really odd to me, in my experience it’s a red flag anytime someone has felt the need to push how honest/how much integrity they have most times it’s a guilty conscience….actions speak than words…. “I’m Christian” is additionally trying to validate themselves/get the identity enrollment.. just odd to me My personal opinion…much like I wouldnt be seeking/following medical diagnosis/advice from a plumber, no way would I be taking ttp type training from someone not capable of giving you what they are selling. But as I mentioned … basic stuff like safety etc sure, required training for licenses etc sure…but if they venture into the “tactical”/legal side in those classes I’d ignore it as no info is better than bad info.
  5. I like to look at the “about me/us” of the trainers….discounting all the “nra certified instructor disciplines” bs…… the wording of the experience that would qualify them to teach anything aside how to safely handle a weapon seems rather odd…”my background includes training received from US military personnel from NAVSPECWAR, US Army SF, and Special Mission Units. Dedicated to providing solid grounding in the basics with Christian integrity.” The way I read that is he took classes by these individuals …taking a carbine class from a person who took a class from xxx …. Skip this guy go to xxx
  6. That is my point The title of the article the Op posted said Impersonating a police officer he never articulated he was a police officer he said he was a fire fighter on his way to fight a fire whether he was previously or not he no longer was therefore lying/impersonating a fire fighter New York or Miami or whatever
  7. Tedesco said he was employed by the Miami Fire Department and was on his way to a fire in the city, according to the sebastiandaily.comreport….. The deputy said he contacted the Miami FD and learned that Tedesco no longer worked for the department, having medically retired three years ago, the newspaper reported. Tedesco eventually admitted that he no longer was with the department, was headed to Miami to go fishing and lied because he was afraid, the deputy was quoted as saying.
  8. Maybe I need hooked on phonics, title says impersonating a police officer the story said he said he was a fireman which the sheriffs department verified he wasn’t just because he has a NYPD jacket and DEA hat in his car doesn’t mean he’s impersonating anyone…. I’m not sure about Florida but other parts of the country I’ve seen fire departments use both red and blue lights…They sell those hats and jackets all over lol…. As for the rifles in his car unless they were loaded and in the passenger compartment don’t see a problem up until the possession of marijuana…not driving 95 is more uncommon down here I’ve been in the north fl/ga area for the last several months and at 75-80 in a blacked out Tahoe it’s like im driving ms daisy with people blowing by me with 0 cares swerving in and out of traffic like idiots daddy will no doubt make it all or nearly all go away. Lower level hunter Biden lol
  9. Even after all the hoops you’ve already been through the bs doesn’t end….but you are on the home stretch to firearm ownership in nj lol
  10. Lol nothing about the draconian, rights infringing nj process is “relatively simple”…..other than a handful of other dictator like states …….in the rest of the country it truly is a simple process…no nonsensical cards or permits to purchase to procure with months of prep work….stop in a gun shop see something that catches your eye…. Fill out the 4473 and in less time than it takes to fill out the form get the nics proceed… pay and leave with your purchase less than 10 mins from “I’ll take it” to walking out the door.
  11. Thank you again sir! pleasure meeting you positive feedback left
  12. Perhaps he has family/ friends here, wants to purchase from a private nj party and do a third party transfer….as an aside he’d need one to purchase Ammo if he came back for a weekend range trip and ran dry on Ammo and wanted to voluntarily have his purchased logged into “ the book” for later scrutiny by authorities lol
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