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antimatter last won the day on March 8 2016

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  1. Been planning a Florida trip(s) and was just checking USA Carry and about month ago they now honor NJ permits. Glad I checked since mine expired. https://www.usacarry.com/concealed-carry-permit-reciprocity-maps/ 1/8/2024 – Florida accepts all state’s resident permits.
  2. ugg. i hope he is ok and recovers. costco has a no firearm policy, so this will be used against us going forward if he was just carrying and not doing any type of security work there. very interested to know how he gun went off....
  3. its a little different from what you listed, i just picked up one a RIA VR80, basically a 12 gauge AR. can do everything you asked and does not recoil that much. also very familiar if one does have an AR platform. put a red dot on mine and its great. good luck in the search! https://www.armscor.com/firearms-list/vr80-5rd-12
  4. I have the regular APX in all 3 sizes; love them all. the Compact and full have great triggers. the carry (smallest) not so great. Ergo's are fantastic on all of them; even the tiny carry model. Compact is now my daily driver, its a great piece and they are not expensive!
  5. agreed; apparently its in the agreement when you sign up. BJ's is good to go i think as i cant find anything on their site.
  6. I believe you are correct with most of what you have pointed out; however the only thing I would add is some corporations do have blanket policies on firearms like Costco which I just discovered - (https://customerservice.costco.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/709/~/are-guns-%26-personal-firearms-allowed-in-costco-warehouses%3F) its just another thing we all need to be aware of! Funny you mention the boardwalk; there are signs for no loitering, no pot, no dogs and no disrobing - but nothing about firearms (seaside that is).
  7. My taxes are easier to follow than all this crap! Are the Seaside boardwalks off limit? I don’t see any signs and can’t determine if these changes apply now.
  8. here is the updated webpage from ATF. so it looks like you can still just remove it; but it has to be altered like we did to our magazines? my head still hurts.... i am hoping for a hail mary, but i guess i am going to destory the brace. What are the compliance options for an individual (non-licensee) in possession of a firearm equipped with a “stabilizing brace,” which is a short-barreled rifle (SBR), after the effective date of the final rule? Submit through the eForms system an Application to Make and Register a Firearm, ATF Form 1 (e-Form 1) before May 31, 2023. Permanently remove or alter the “stabilizing brace” so that it cannot be reattached and thereby removing it from regulation as a “firearm” under the National Firearms Act (NFA). Remove the short barrel and attach a 16-inch or longer rifled barrel to the firearm thus removing it from the provisions of the NFA.­ Turn the firearm into your local ATF office. Destroy the firearm. For more information, view the How to Properly Destroy Firearms information graphic. Last Reviewed March 23, 2023 https://www.atf.gov/firearms/qa/what-are-compliance-options-individual-non-licensee-possession-firearm-equipped-
  9. So now we just cant remove it and keep them separate? It has to e destroyed? man my head hurts….
  10. Anyone know if they are open today, or closed for the fire?
  11. so what happens now? grace period to register or turn in? what does one do if you have one on a pistol or other?
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