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jm1827 last won the day on March 4 2017

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About jm1827

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    Son, fat drunk and stupid is no way to go through life

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    Somewhere in the swamps of Jersey
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    Ballistics & Physics, Engineering, Guitar, Classic Rock, Coaching Football
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  1. Welcome! I grew up in Sussex County, great place to live.
  2. jm1827

    NICs Question

    Question for you NICS gurus, I think I know the answer but not sure. If I purchased a long gun on last week, but had to wait for the NICS backlog and am going back to pick up the gun this weekend, once I was notified that my NICS has cleared, can I purchase a second long gun with out having to have another NICS check? I have no problem with a second check, even the $$, but the wait and travel are my converns. Thanks!
  3. Just heard about a fairly large forest fire in Ocean County, looks to be in Brick or Lakewood, several structures involved, GSP was shut down for a while. NJ forest fire: Garden State Parkway shutdown in Ocean County, New Jersey - 6abc Philadelphia
  4. Ouch, that's going to leave a mark!
  5. Thanks again. I think the 3.5 hours may turn into 6 or 7 for me but it seems doable.
  6. The engine has 220K on it, and you can hear a definite valve tap. With my limited experience, it sure sounds like there is too much valve lash somewhere.
  7. Good point. I think my skills should be fine, the actual valve adjustment isn't the hard part, taking everything apart to get there is more of the issue.
  8. Looks like my wife's car needs a valve adjustment, she has a 2011 Honda Pilot, 220K miles. Is this something that I can do myself? I don't want to spend a lot, the car is near the end of its useful life. Thanks,
  9. Saw some at Cheyanne's and Tanners last week.
  10. I just want to report back that Tanners is definitely open for business. They are limiting the number of people allowed in at one time, they had a nice lady at the front door that was politely asking what you were there for, this way they could help you out as you entered the store. They also provided hand sanitizer as you entered. They did have plenty of 12 and 20 ga target bird shot shells, as well as clay targets. Not much in terms of other ammo.
  11. Besides not shipping ammo to NJ, Cabelas has made a few additional changes. They no linger ship to FFLs, and, if you order a firearm on line you must ship it to a store in your state of residence, so no longer can you ship to PA or DEL to pick up, from NJ you need to use the Atlantic City store.
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