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  1. Fight it, just to keep the points off your NJ record. Insurance surcharges make the ticket seem like chump change. Here is how I did something similar down south. Find a local traffic lawyer in the town you got harvested. Have him work with the court to reduce the charge to something with no points, but a bigger fine. It's really a win win when you look at the big picture.
  2. I thought I posted the link https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2017/12/12/pelosis-claim-the-house-gop-is-inviting-violent-criminals-to-carry-concealed-weapons/?utm_term=.9ee793dd4426 Anyway, the article was written by Fact Checker, and says Pelosi is pretty much full of it. Amen on the lawyer part.
  3. this article agrees with my interpretation.... (replace Ohio with NJ) <snip> Still, in theory, under the proposed legislation, a person who was denied a permit in his home state could seek a permit from another state to carry in his or her own state. “There’s a grain of truth in that,” Kopel said, who noted that companion legislation in the Senate sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) more clearly states that it is for carrying outside one’s state of residence. “So a Texan can’t use a Mississippi permit in Texas,” he said. Everytown argues the Senate version is equally harmful because, for instance, an Idaho permit would allow a resident of Ohio to carry in every state except Ohio.
  4. here is the part I think bones us that only have a non resident permit. “(2) an individual who is not prohibited by Federal law from possessing, transporting, shipping, or receiving a firearm, and who is carrying a government-issued photographic identification document and is entitled and not prohibited from carrying a concealed firearm in the State in which the individual resides otherwise than as described in paragraph (1), may possess or carry a concealed handgun (other than a machinegun or destructive device) that has been shipped or transported in interstate or foreign commerce in any State other than the State of residence of the individual that— “(A) has a statute that allows residents of the State to obtain licenses or permits to carry concealed firearms; or “(B) does not prohibit the carrying of concealed firearms by residents of the State for lawful purposes.
  5. The way that I am reading it, is that if you only have a NON resident permit, from anywhere, it will not let you carry in your home state. It is good in the other 49
  6. This too, is ambiguous. If I purchased a Iver Johnson on line, and have it shipped to my local FFL, it has been shipped in interstate commerce. and This "shipped in interstate commerce" has been used to define all the goods. For example, if any Iver Jonson is sold out of state, then all of them are considered to be shipped in interstate commerce.
  7. That SAPPA case did so, and all was for naught.
  8. Once national reciprocity passes, will these 30 round AR pistol mags be legal?
  9. Cases like this just make it easier for the rest of the country to support national reciprocity.
  10. The problem with most regulations and laws for that matter, is that the name is the opposite of what they do. Something about Net Neutrality is telling me it is not neutral.
  11. Not only does PA have to get those up again, we need to get the other side posted in PA going into Jersey.
  12. If you are talking Kingfish BBQ, that place is pretty good. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g46816-d3392978-Reviews-CHristine_s_House_of_Kingfish-Shamong_New_Jersey.html
  13. I wonder what all the unemployed drug dealers will do to maintain their standard of living?
  14. And this is probably the best justification that any one needs to abandon ship.