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  1. interested in buying-do they have inventory?
  2. any experience with Firearms Support and Storage in Whippany?
  3. thank you!
  4. Would like to buy Ruger P series pistol
  5. thank you
  6. I live in Union county and I'm looking for an FFL that is not trying to charge a ridiculous fee for a transfer. Yes I usually patronize my LGS but sometimes prefer to buy online. Any suggestions?
  7. thank you
  8. Interested in Ruger LCR 38 sp Used is fine too
  9. I really like Middlebrook. Nice guys, good prices-not a lot of stock, but they can order for you I want to like HG in Branchburg, but every time I go there I get the sense that they do everything they can to pretend I'm not there. Even when I'm the only customer.
  10. OP--I really like the weapon and what you did with it-really nice! two questions-how is the grip? I've always found the Jericho to be a little wide for guys with smaller hands- second-I was taught as a kid to avoid writing the name of God (at least in Hebrew) except for in a sefer-(holy book) just wondering-no judgement or questioning-I think the weapon looks cool
  11. Just picked up a Springfield RO Very impressed by the fit and finish
  12. stopped by-not a lot of stock yet, but very nice guys and it looks promising!
  13. There is some great advice in this thread. To that I would only add that I made a lot of errors in buying my first handgun. I have learned that there is a lot of wisdom in considering the primary use of the gun. Range, home defense, competing? I bought a small Glock 36 in 45acp because I thought it was cool. But it was a lousy range gun. I sold it quickly. I bought a single action Ruger but found that single action made range time boring, and there are not a lot of places for Cowboy Action in NJ. After a lot of missteps, I have settled on a 1911 and love it. Good luck and enjoy.
  14. Springfield Acura is fairly decent
  15. I bought my first 1911 a few months ago, and all I can do is share my experience but remember YMMV! I bought a "budget" 1911 (about 500.00) that seemed to look fine. I soon found that I loved the 1911 platform! However-its accuracy was not too good and the quality of some of its parts was lacking. So I bit the bullet (sorry) and traded it in. I ended up with a used Colt government model. The difference between the two is a amazing. The quality and workmanship of the Colt is clear, and the accuracy is so much better. If I had to do it again, and I really wanted the 1911 "experience" I would have begun with one of the more mid level quality brands-Springfield, Colt, Kimber, Smith and Wesson, etc. I probably would still not invest in the Wilson, Ed Brown, etc level-I'm not good enough a shooter to justify. Again, I have read on these forums of people who had great experience with the lesser priced 1911's particularly the Rock islands, but all I can do is share my experience. I hope you love your 1911 as much as I do!