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About AlexTheSane

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  • Birthday 07/27/1977

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    Moseley, VA
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    Colonial Shooting Academy

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  1. @Ray Ray What kind of car should I get?
  2. Or if you have no woodworking ability, are too busy or are just lazy, there's always this option. https://store.njconceal.co/home-decor/hide-away-mirrors
  3. I'm good at resisting the urge except when it comes to Steve.
  4. No I'm not. I'm being a dick. Get it right.
  5. I don't know what you're talking about. I got my NICS approved in like 5 minutes on Thursday evening.
  6. It's not a shotgun. So it can't be classified as an SBS unless you put a stock on it.
  7. Did you perhaps try looking for it? :P https://www.midwayusa.com/product/2120198419/storm-lake-barrel-glock-22-40-s-and-w-to-357-sig-conversion-1-in-16-twist-449-stainless-steel https://www.opticsplanet.com/stormlake-slk-glock-22-barrel-357-sig-4-49-inch-stainless-steel-34026s.html https://gun.deals/search/apachesolr_search/848589001557
  8. I enjoyed the bullets bouncing off the can.
  9. Did a wascaly wabbit stick his finger in the barrel?
  10. Binary triggers are illegal in NJ because of a wording difference from the ATF definition of a machine gun. NJ definition of machine gun: "Machine gun" means any firearm, mechanism or instrument not requiring that the trigger be pressed for each shot and having a reservoir, belt or other means of storing and carrying ammunition which can be loaded into the firearm, mechanism or instrument and fired therefrom. ATF definition: Any weapon which shoots, is designed to shoot, or can be readily restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger Trigger does not have to be pressed in order to fire a bullet with a binary trigger. Making it illegal in NJ.
  11. Why the focus on Hexmags? 15rd Glock 19 mags can be disassembled and a +2 floor plate and 17rd spring could be added. Same goes for any number of handgun magazines. The point is that they are built to accept X number of rounds. What you do with them afterwards is what would be breaking the law. There is nothing stopping you from taking a hacksaw to your shotgun. That doesn't make a shotgun inherently illegal.
  12. It was a very simple process when I did it. Show DL and FPID, fill out paperwork, leave with gun.
  13. FIrst thing I did was buy a 60RD PMAG drum. Not because I think it'll be useful, but just because I could. Bought a bunch of 30rd mag springs to convert my 15rd hexmags. I also bought a 10.5" AR pistol upper with plans on suppressing it.
  14. I'm personally a fan of the Italian Inox. It's still got 4 days left so the price will likely go much higher, but worth taking a look. https://www.gunbroker.com/item/789979361
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