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  1. I don't know what part of SO.Orange you are in, but I doubt it would take you more than 20 minutes travel time if you manage to avoid commuter traffic times. Otherwise, double it!
  2. Update. Stopped in over the weekend, they had a canopy out in the parking lot, say they will open in November. They are DIRECTLY behind the Harbor Freight on .22, by the car wash. Buddy of mine says his son-in-blue applied for job. Probably will get it, as I suspect they would be happy to have LEOs working there.
  3. I can tell you my first one was in '78, and was the same as my current one issued in '02. Even the fingerprint part. Back then they didn't even mention yes or no about laminating it. Mine came that way. My current one I did the protective cover myself.
  4. The CCP is a wee bit smaller than full size but close to your PPQ. Single stack, with the great soft recoil setup, and now the new ones have done away with the hassle of the special tool for taking it down. (CCPM2) But it pretty much feels like the PPQ in the hand, just a bit slimmer. I know you mentioned not adding another bullet size, but I have to admit being surprised at not seeing a .22 in your list, and, being the ammo is back to reasonable cost, I would toss out there the idea of adding a .22 pistol or rifle something or other to your options. Plenty of good quality stuff out there for decent prices,,,,,,,,,,,,Ruger, S&W, Walther, Beretta, almost all the known brands have something pretty good. Just my 2 cents, worth about what you paid for it,,, (careful tho, some people get carried away, I know a few who have ended up with dozens of the little bullet shooters )
  5. Like the politics and gun laws?
  6. Now that my son is wearing big boy pants, I use the cat litter after it's been HEAVILY used, just like your plan. Actually worse than the diapers in some ways. Contents are not encased,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
  7. Never been to Belmar, never got a summons, never used fireworks, musta been some other JMich3!!! Thass what yer mouthpiece oughta say!
  8. Like this, maybe?
  9. That puts me in a spot,,,,,,,do I transport a firearm or no? Oh, wait, I do go to a range in Pennsy,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,that makes it legal. Uhh huh, yeah right. Or am I gonna get it taken from me, like what happened in Katrina?
  10. Be nice if this somehow could benefit we Jerseyans, but,,,,,,,,,we can't even have a knife exposed to view around here. Sheesh.
  11. They ought to keep it simple, issue condoms to the bear populace and give them pamphlets explaining their use. For the ones that don't read, put in pictures, maybe we can get IKEA to put together the directions. You sure as hell don't want the fish to stop propagating their species with waterborne birth control, wouldja?
  12. I see that guy in the mirror too, but BOY! has he gotten gray! My wife always says, "if she ever gets lost in the woods or gets caught in a natural disaster, she hopes one of our sons is with her, and she'll have no worries". Smart gal, that wife of yours. Good on you both. What would be the point of them stopping us from evacuating? They think we want to use their resources? Would we have gotten to the point where travel is banned? Would there even be official enforcement of such travel bans?
  13. I see that guy in the mirror too, but BOY! has he gotten gray! My wife always says, "if she ever gets lost in the woods or gets caught in a natural disaster, she hopes one of our sons is with her, and she'll have no worries". Smart gal, that wife of yours. Good on you both to have such sons.
  14. I'm not a fullblown "prepper" but I was a Boy Scout and am a dad to an Eagle Scout, so "being prepared" has always been something I have been into. After reading Ted Koppel's book "Lights Out" I became more determined to try to have at least the beginnings of a plan, and have been working towards being ready. Not having any relatives in the Rockefeller family, it's been a little slow funding the plan to build up the supply inventory, but I'm working on it. Meanwhile, information has been a little easier at least to come by . A number of other writings, fiction and otherwise, have also helped. Someone mentioned the trilogy beginning with "One Second After", I enjoyed AND learned from it, and David Crawfords' "Lights Out" was another that did a good job of putting forth scenarios we ought to be doing as you said,,,"plan accordingly" !!
  15. Reading the western rifle shooters has me shaking in my proverbial boots. And I'm only part way thru it. Still playing catch up here, so much to try to weed thru!