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About skorpion317

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  1. UPDATE: I've got a statement written up, ready to be given to LEOs - just waiting on NJ2AS approval. I spoke to Morris County Sheriff Ed Rochford, who said he supports this effort 100% and declared his strong support for the 2nd Amendment. I've also contacted the NJ chapter of the Oathkeepers to get them involved as well. If you want to help, contact your local PD - either by phone or in person - and ask them if they will protect the citizens of your town and refuse to enforce the 10-round capacity limit bills if they become law. If you want to use the statement I've written, just PM me and I'll send it to you.
  2. During the rush for gun control laws in the aftermath of the Newtown shootings, state, county and local LEOs from around the country publicly stated they would not enforce any of these potential laws. The NJ Legislature is dominated by anti-gun politicians hellbent on citizen disarmament. Our appeals to them have fallen on deaf ears. Technically, our only hope of defeating the proposed 10-round mag capacity limit is through Christie's veto, and he hasn't proven to be the strongest 2A supporter. If we got county and local law enforcement, in public statements, to say they will not enforce this unconstitutional capacity limit, it may give the tyrants pause. Many LEOs are private gun owners themselves and would be affected by this bill. Obviously, the "left"-leaning areas of the state would be a lost cause, but they would be forced to go on record as supporting tyranny. The State Police would also be a lost cause. Law enforcement in the "right"-leaning areas of the state should be more sympathetic, however, and if they aren't, again they'll be forced to defend their stance in public (or at the polls, in the case of sheriffs). There is a similar effort in Connecticut right now, with hundreds of LEOs refusing to enforce their unconstitutional gun confiscation law. A law is nothing but words on paper if nobody is willing to enforce it. If you are an LEO who's willing to stay true to your oath and stand up for your rights and the rights of those in your community, PM me for further details. If you are an NJ2AS member who wants to help with this effort, PM me.
  3. I think what he's going for is that according to the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, his firearms were legal. Which is true. According to the unconstitutional NJ "laws", then they might be illegal.
  4. http://dailyfreeman.com/articles/2013/03/25/news/story_6d8eed8b-5288-40fb-a8c2-694dc55d834f.txt?mobredir=false I wonder how well this would work in NJ? If enough veterans/active-duty military members (especially veterans of OEF/OIF) voice opposition to NJ's ridiculous laws, the anti-2A politicians might back down a bit. After all, they probably don't want to be seen as being against our troops.
  5. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/03/12/nj-mother-forced-to-turn-over-her-guns-charged-with-terroristic-threats-after-reading-the-constitution-at-tax-dispute-assembly/ What's with gov't officials telling people to "shut up and sit down" all of a sudden? A Colorado socialist Democrat did the same thing a couple weeks ago to some pro-gun people at a meeting. Their attitude is infuriating.
  6. Definitely not. While gun control seems to be dead in the water at the federal level, various states have taken steps to infringe on our rights. The NJ Assembly rammed through a bunch of anti-gun bills, some of which will be taken up in the NJ Senate. New York residents are still fighting Cuomo's tyrannical "SAFE" Act. Democrats in Colorado managed to ram through some anti-gun bills, and Magpul (famous AR-15 magazine and accessory maker) will probably end up leaving there if those bills become law.
  7. They currently use 2 lanes for rifle shooters, the rest for pistols. If you brought your rifle and pistol, I'm sure you could shoot both. As far as how many people are allowed in one lane, I'm not sure. I would think it's probably 2, but you'll have to ask when you're there.
  8. The event is being held inside the parish house. I think it's a tactic to deter counter-protestors.
  9. I find it interesting that it's being held in a church parish house. Might be an attempt to deter counter-protestors?
  10. If I were you, I'd sell those properties and cut ties with that godforsaken state. This one too, if you have the means to do so.
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