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    Phillipsburg, NJ
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  1. Do they require you to shoot from the various positions/cover as well? Or just the listed distances?
  2. Same as FID I imagine. The form used to say you couldn’t use family members but that was removed and now you can. If you couldn’t use them it would say so.
  3. It hasn’t changed. It’s still the same as it has been for many years. People are taking a chance that what they’re doing will be good enough, even though it’s different from what is currently required.
  4. This is the firearms qualification for law enforcement. Statutes say it must be "substantially similar". It depends on how you define substantially similar, but that is why you are seeing differences. https://www.state.nj.us/lps/dcj/agguide/firearms_2003final.pdf
  5. Q: May a person lawfully possess a “blocked” large capacity ammunition magazine? A: Yes, as long as it was owned on the day the law was enacted and was permanently blocked during the six-month grace period. Temporarily blocked magazines are not lawful. (NJAC § 13:54-1.2 Definitions) A large capacity ammunition magazine must be permanently altered so that it is not capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. (e.g. riveted, welded, epoxied, etc.) It cannot be readily restorable. An ammunition magazine which has been temporarily blocked or modified from holding more than 15 rounds, as by a piece of wood or a pin, is still unlawful. https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.anjrpc.org/resource/resmgr/docs/nj_update_magazines_6-12-18.pdf
  6. That's how I read it, but I'd really like someone to provide a legal opinion on this. I have an email into ANJRPC.
  7. Nappen's take on 15 round magazines: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.anjrpc.org/resource/resmgr/docs/nj_update_magazines_6-12-18.pdf
  8. Re: A2757 2. This act shall take effect on the first day of the fourth month next following enactment. https://legiscan.com/NJ/text/A2757/2018
  9. I've owned firearms for several years now, but I've run into a problem I've never had before: I don't know what gun to buy next. I'm finally at the point where there's nothing I "need", but I'm getting the itch to buy something new. I have multiple handguns in multiple calibers, so I'm leaning towards a long gun. I already have a few AR's and AK's as well as a couple shotguns, some 10/22s, and a couple bolt guns. I think the only categories I'm lacking at this point are a lever action and a pistol caliber carbine. I've also toyed around with the idea of getting an M1 from CMP. Anything else I get at this point would be a "fun gun" and probably wouldn't see that much use. Does anyone have any thoughts on any "must haves" that I've overlooked? Not looking to spend a ton of money, but like I said - I'm looking for a new toy.
  10. Brownells and MidwayUSA had the P80's on sale for $119 earlier this week. Not sure if they're still on sale. You can buy a complete Glock for about the same as the cost of all the parts for the P80 build (not including the P80 itself) so that's the route I went. I can just swap the parts off the complete gun to the P80 if I want.
  11. Yup. After today's events, I ordered the Glock. It's the only one on my list that holds more than 10 rounds.
  12. Thanks. My wife had a Witness (CZ clone) for a while. I shot it a couple times and didn't love it. But people seem to really like the CZ-P01 so maybe I need to give that some more thought. FYI - the list I posted is what I already have. I love my GP100. I'm 6'1" and 220. I know a lot of people carry the G19. Having never carried before, it just seems like it's too big to be comfortable. Maybe it's something I need to give more consideration. Thanks.
  13. Haha, yeah I like Rugers. But I didn't realize how much until I typed out that list. It wasn't necessarily intentional, they just always seemed to have a gun that fit my need at the moment. I thought about an LCR, but I'm not a fan of revolvers for carry. For those of you that have or do carry out of state, how much difference is there really between a double stack like the Glock and a single stack like the ones I listed?
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