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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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About mustang69

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  • Birthday 04/08/1963

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  1. Am I reading this right? Did the 9th circuit just uphold the lower court injunction that California's large-capacity magazine ban was unconstitutional? Has the temperature in hell hit 31 degrees? http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/07/20/liberal-9th-circuit-surprises-with-pro-2nd-amendment-decision-blocking-california-ammo-ban.html
  2. A+ I'm still laughing at that one...
  3. My advice is get more than 1 permit...
  4. You can change the guide rod - I've used both the solid stainless and fluted - but I haven't had any issues with the plastic one either. I changed mine more for cosmetic reasons. I wanted the stainless version for my Inox. I have the fluted version on my Wilson Combat. My 92a3 has the stock guide rod and I have a 92S with the plastic one too.
  5. For function try the "D" spring. For cosmetics install the skeletonized hammer.
  6. My "beater" is an Explorer. It replaced the beater minivan when my wife totaled it backing into a tree. It's basically the vehicle we use for anything the nice cars don't do. It had nothing to do with gas mileage, we just needed something that would tow my trailer and could be used for things we didn't want to use the nice cars for. I could just as easily have used the Explorer for my everyday vehicle and not have my car, but I really like my car...
  7. I'm also interested in going depending on the date, though I may not be a NJ resident at that point...
  8. I may be the exception here but if you want a nice .22 handgun try finding an older High Standard Supermatic Trophy or Citation. They can be had for about the same price as the others being suggested (maybe a bit more) and are exceptional shooters. there is more accuracy built into the Supermatic Citation than there is in most people that use it.
  9. Barrett makes me nervous. She's probably the the one who the Dems will find hardest to fight against but I don't get the warm fuzzies about how she'd rule on 2A cases. At this point the 2A is my sole barometer. She doesn't have any history to gauge how she might vote, so for me it's not worth the risk. That's my $.02. If Donnie calls to ask my advice...
  10. If you look at prices the state offers during gun buybacks (where assault weapons are worth what, $200) and compare those prices to reality, the state will say our mags are worth about $1. It's all mental masturbation anyway - I don't believe the state will pay anything for them, nor will the courts force them to. At best the court order MIGHT mean the state offers grandfathering ...
  11. I've enjoyed seeing all of NJGF members that I've met IRL, but naked? Uh, NO! And I'm sure the feeling is mutual...
  12. I always liked the 1911, ever since I was barely old enough to hold one. Just something about that gun. I've had the luck to be able to own "several" examples. For revolvers there is a beauty to the pinned and recessed Smith & Wesson revolvers of all calibers. Nothing beats the deep bluing except maybe an N-frame in Nickel.
  13. Congrats! That was on my short list last time but had to go more family-oriented for work. Enjoy!
  14. I'd have that car towed to the closest MB dealer for analysis. Sudden airbag deployment is one of those things thats never supposed to happen. I'd bet MB-USA would want that car to examine, if for no other reason to verify they don;t have a bigger legal exposure than what's already out there.
  15. Use student loans as the last resort to pay for school. They are the only loans that can't be discharged.