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  1. I have seen the Bunker Hill safe deal, $239 or whatever on sale with the Coupon, the only problem is they are far away from me and delivery is $$$...
  2. Just a quick question. NJ states that a semi-automatic firearm should be considered to be "substantially identical," that is, identical in all material respects, to a named assault weapon if it meets the below listed criteria: A semi-automatic rifle that has the ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least two of the following: (1) A folding or telescoping stock; (2) A pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon; (3) A bayonet mount; (4) A flash suppressor or threaded barrel designed to accommodate a flash suppressor; and (5) A grenade launcher; For the AK, you keep the pistol grip, therefore, in order to satisfy NJ requirements, the barrel cannot have the dreaded bayonet lug. Are there multiple ways to make the bayonet lug inoperable? I know the most common way is to grind off the ears, but can you also add a weld to the ears to make them too large to accept a bayonet?
  3. Hex don't always make better shooters.... Keep that in mind. They are more rare, hence more valuable. I have a round receiver 91-30 that can almost drive tacks and a hex Fin capture that really is just a center of mass rifle.
  4. I'M NOT WOUND UP, ARE YOU WOUND UP? WHO'S WOUND UP? I THINK WE'RE FINE, WE'RE FINE RIGHT? YOU'RE WOUND UP. YOU DON'T KNOW ME.
  5. It is not legal to build from 80s in Jersey.
  6. I bought one from Wideners like 2 weeks ago. Waiting for it to come in, but I heard they are in amazing condition. Like too good to be true condition...
  7. Up up up. 2-3 years ago M44s were $120. Early last year they were like $160-$180. Widener's just had really clean matching M44s for $219 a week ago. In November they were $199. On Gunbroker right now, all matching and good condition is absolutely crazy. Like $300 If you're looking for the real deal M44, expect to be paying $200 for a shooter, $250 for a matching good condition. All Mosins are just military rifles. Your'e got going to be getting crazy accurate groups. If you want a cheap shooter, some Type 53s are still cheap.
  8. The max offer in the buyback is $250. Have the law in hand and have copies of the COE already filled out for the purchase. I'd offer $275 on anything cool.
  9. I always wondered if people do this. There were 1,300 guns turned in at the Essex County buy back last weekend. There had to have been some gems in there for $250...
  10. The Romy G parts kit that I just bought for an AK build has a threaded barrel. I need to get rid of the evil threads by permanently attaching a Muzzle Brake. I have a few questions. What is universally accepted as a Muzzle Brake vs a Flash Suppressor in NJ? Is the following procedure considered "permanent attachment"? I will drill a hole through the brake, thread it onto the barrel and then spot weld it in place. Does anyone have any USA made recommendations based on past experience with shooting them?
  11. Going to use this letter, extremely well written. Look at my post here: http://njgunforums.c...ks-for-contact/ to get your District's Contacts. Thanks
  12. Have the receiver, still looking for a parts kit with barrel.
  13. Please start contacting everyone you can. MUNICIPAL INDEX FOR DISTRICT http://www.njleg.sta...ipalities.asp#A NJ LEGISLATIVE ROSTER BY DISTRICT 2012-2013 https://c.ymcdn.com/...e_Roster_01.pdf
  14. Just referenced NJGF member.