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About AlexC

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    NJGF Member

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  • Location:
    Jersey City, NJ
  • Interests
    USPSA, Multi-Gun, IDPA, Sporting Clays, Bow Hunting, Pheasants
  • Home Range
    Longshot Pistol & Rifle
  1. Happy Anniversary !!! Have a great time and stay married :-)
  2. Hey Stu - great to hear, our group Load and Make Ready (who came en masse to your evening shoot last Christmas) and who you know from the Shongum USPSA Classifier, would be eager to participate. Are you going to post in PractiScore? Thanks
  3. Yes, thank you - I'm in Jersey City and this would definitely work
  4. Hey guys, my cuz and I signed up. Any updates on hit count, distances to target for pistol, rifle and shotgun and the start time? Thanks!
  5. I also got my first Glock at Caso's - great people. Highly recommended. There was a guy who opened a gun store in downtown JC, about 7-8yrs ago, just off Newark Ave., Dave was his name I think. Didn't have inventory but had catalogs and he said he would order whatever you wanted. Didn't last very long as he once had an altercation one evening with some people across the street at some nightclub and he fired his revolver into the air. Got arrested, his FFL revoked. Crazy story.
  6. Registered! This is gonna be fun - I remember (last year?)we had a two-gun plus a shotgun stage at the end. Anyone know how much ammo to bring for each (and what kind of shotgun shells?)
  7. Good question, I know the format of NJ P2P just changed a little while back and I think it's now standard across the state.
  8. Yes, this is the real question - was thinking of another revolver, maybe the Ruger SP101 in 22LR.
  9. Hi - I need to clarify - 2 of the 3 permits were correctly dated December 2014, the ones that I used, and they were fine. I was only wondering about the 3rd, if I should take it back to the local PD or just use it as it is later in the year.
  10. I applied for 3 permits back in December 2014. The officer asked me to review the permits to see if they are in order and everything looked fine. I used the 2 permits and when I started to think about the 3rd one I found that the date on the permit was December 2015. The officer informed me that in case I wasn't able to use any of them I can come back and he'll extend it for me. Should I call them to inform of the mistake or should I just wait until the end of the year and use it as is? Would this be breaking some law? I'm thinking of calling but I'm pretty sure they'll tell me to come in and have it fixed - which I'm willing to do anyway.
  11. Springfield EMP - awesome 1911
  12. I would buy factory stuff - I've shot thousands of the cheap Russian 9mm ammo (Tula, Wolf and Brown Bear) through my G17 and aside from the occasional hard primer, no problems at all. Some ranges won't let you shoot bi-metal ammo, I see them create sparks at the steel plates at the back end of the range.
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