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  1. Works for me. ICATLiNJA thats I can’t afford to live in New Jersey anymore Actually we can live here just fine, but I could live better with an average of $20k less tax a year.
  2. Sunday I am going to the Monster Jam in Trenton. Would be limited to meeting somewhere off 195 before noon. Not sure yet what time we are leaving.
  3. Like my other post, downsizing in my prep to leave NJ Location is Wall Township near the Monmouth rest area. Again mostly a guess on the prices. Lee reloading dies $10 each all 3 for $20 9mm 45 acp 30-06
  4. Like my other post, downsizing in my prep to leave NJ Location is Wall Township near the Monmouth rest area. Again mostly a guess on the prices. Lee auto prime $5 Lee case conditioners 3 pieces (de-burr, pocket clean) $5 Lee single stage press $30 Lyman universal case trimmer $30 Lee ram prime $5 Lee powder charge scoops - Lee powder charge $10 Lee lock rings - Lee decapper 9mm & 45 ACP $10
  5. Downsizing in my prep to leave NJ Location is Wall Township near the Monmouth rest area. Mostly an educated guess on prices. Hornady #3555 9mm 115gr FMJ RN box of 100 $5 Brass once fired 30-30 approximately 50 $ ? Brass once fired various 40 approximately 100+ (1 pound+) $ ? Brass once fired 45 LC approximately 120 (2 pounds) $ ? Brass once fired 380 approximately 140 pieces (1 pound) $ ? Brass once fired (CMP) 30-06 approximately 200 pieces (5.5 pounds) $ ? Brass range brass 45 ACP 21.5 pounds $ ? Brass range brass 9mm 24 pounds $ ? Brass once fired 223 556 11.5 pounds $ ?
  6. More specifically now that I was able to check, Kimber Ultra Raptor II
  7. I guess it is time to revisit this. I'm guessing the Feds or someone had a successful class action suit. As part of the "MyUSPS" service I get scanned images of incoming mail, and in today's batch I have a 'court authorized notice'. I'm sure it is one of those you are "a member of a group subject to a settlement" - 'which you will probably never see or be of any value to you'
  8. To bad the search function wasn't accurate then. I did a lead ban search and it didn't show up.
  9. I didn't even know he signed a ban the day before he left office. The ban has been overturned by the new Interior Secretary http://www.gunowners.org/secretary-zinke-repeals-ammo-ban.htm Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed a Secretarial Order on Thursday repealing the lead ammunition ban issued the day before Barack Obama left office. It is interesting to note that Thursday was Zinke’s first day as Interior Secretary and repealing the onerous ban one of his first actions.... [The lead ammunition ban has been described as Obama administration’s “parting shot” against the hunting community.] But Zinke overturned this ban with Secretarial Order 3346. S.O. 3346 “revokes Director’s Order 219.” Moreover, S.O. 3346 is effective immediately. This is the second Obama-era gun control to be repealed within a week. On February 28 President Trump signed the repeal of Obama’s Social Security gun ban. The White House explained that the Social Security gun ban was repealed on grounds that it “would prevent some Americans with disabilities from purchasing or possessing firearms” and “could endanger the Second Amendment rights of law abiding citizens.”
  10. The stock was bedded at some point. Although this doesn't look that neat of a job, it looks very similar to National Match pictures in Summer 2013 issue of Garand Collectors (Vol 27 issue 3)
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