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About OfcrFek

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  1. If I understand the layout correctly, theres a drainage basin behind the pistol range. Why not throw a hose up over/in between the berms and use a gas powered pump to launch the majority of the current water out of the ranges themselves, hopefully giving them a chance to dry out a bit? When I went Thurs, the bottom of the hill in front of the range houses (where it does frequently get wet and messy) was significantly worse than normal. Someone had taken the target backers out of the ranges and placed them every few feet to step on.
  2. The 50 yard range, in my opinion, is the worse shape of them all. This was when I went on Thursday around noon. That's inches deep.
  3. The lack of being able to bring guests is the only reason I didn't look more into Telco before I got my SJSC membership a few years ago. I also hear they're is a wait to apply for them.
  4. I went thurs, and shot on the 50 yard range. There was water from where the concrete ended all the way to the targets. You literally had to walk on a portion of the side berm or bring a kayak. This will be my 3rd year at sjsc. It would always get mushy at the bottom of the hill behind the shooting houses, but I dont remember the actual ranges getting this bad. It's so bad, it honestly surprises me that they dont bring a pump out and get at least some of the water out of there.
  5. I had to answer yes to #26 when I applied also, as I had seen a psychiatrist a couple times in grade school and early high school for ADHD. Detectives said it could be any psychiatrist who writes the letter, but they prefer the original one the applicant went to. I lucked out and my original guy was still working (which still seems like a miracle to me, cuz he seemed to be in his 80's when I was around 12, and at the time of applying it must've been almost 10-15 years later), and agreed to see me for a meeting and would write the letter for me. Hopefully things work out for you. Don't give up cuz of a bump or two in the process, that's what NJ wants you to do.
  6. not to hijack this, but does anyone know what's going on with their actual pistol range? it's been closed for close to a year now if I'm not mistaken
  7. Their carbine class in Feb looked good... if this shutdown is over and I'm getting paid by then, I'm going to try to go
  8. When I'm wearing something baggy, my full sized S&W M&P9; when I'm wearing something not so much, S&W M&P Shield 9mm. Both with Crossbreed holsters.
  9. ...camo pattern thing looks like the inside of an undercooked fruit cake that's mostly nuts good deal tho lol
  10. I like how it goes through 2 large side cut chambers BEFORE it would hit what causes it to be considered a flash hider. You know... cuz all the burning powder and gas wont exit those openings and continue to the hider. lol. I hate to say it, but a lot of manufacturers seem to like to use buzzwords to make their product seem like more than it is in hopes it tickles a broader group of potential buyers fancies. Everything seems to be a "flash hiding muzzle brake" or something of the like, even though its essentially just a FH or brake. That's fine for most states, but that screws us here in NJ, cuz all a prosecutor needs to do in court is point to a printed ad calling it a flash hider. Would it ever come to that? Probably not. But I'm not risking my job, rights, and literal freedom on probably. Just label it what it is designed to do more: be a muzzle brake or flash hider. Went on a little rant there, sorry. lol and yes, I'm aware there are flash hiders that are cut to also aid in being a muzzle brake, this (imo) isn't one of them,
  11. Been looking at Japanese Arisakas lately and think I may pick one up off gunbroker. The question becomes, do I want one with a mum, one that's been scratched off, or one that's defaced but you can still see the mum? Been thinking about this for a couple days now, and can't decide. What's everyone else's thoughts on this? If you were going to pick one up, which would it be and why?
  12. To own and keep in your home as a novelty, or carry around with you? lol
  13. http://www.primaryarms.com/Kit-FZBCG-AMBARREL Details from the page: A completely assembled, ready to install AR-15/M16 Bolt Carrier Group. Kit includes six critical parts that are treated with EXO Technology, a revolutionary surface technology that provides permanent dry lubricity, radically improves the performance of your AR-15/M16 and eliminates the need to apply oil or grease to treated parts for the life of the weapon. All Fail Zero bolts are MPI tested and live fire tested. They do not do HPT, as they feel live fire is a better test. A quality barrel priced to meet any builder's budget! Starting with ordnance grade 4140 Chromoly steel, this barrel is precision cut to M4 contour, reducing weight where it matters for a balanced build. The properly dimensioned 0.068" gas port is located for the highly reliable carbine gas system and is ready for your favorite .750" gas blocks. Chambered for 5.56 NATO and fully capable of running .223 Remington, this barrel features a 1:8 twist rate, ideal for a wide variety of projectiles from 45 grains up to 77! M4 feedramps and a durable phosphate finish ensure reliable feeding and long-term durability.
  14. I do this ALL THE GODDAMN TIME when I disassemble/assemble ARs. I always take a pair of needlenose and grabbing one of the bolt teeth through the ejection port and pulling toward the chamber. As long as I don't throw that charging handle back so the carrier goes ALL the way back in the tube, usually I can fish it out.
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