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  1. Winner winner chicken dinner. Hello 10.5" barrel. Also, pinning a stock does not have to be permanent. A bolt with a nylon nut or thread locker (blue) is sufficient.
  2. If one has a lower that was transferred as a receiver (does not say rifle), that was never built into anything yet, it could be built into the configuration matching one of the approved ones (would build it out of state, don't want to have too many errant parts around, etc). Is that correct?
  3. Defense attorney and time away from work is not free. New lower is $200-$500... Do what you want, and I'll donate to your defense fund, but I do not have the time for such, and too much to lose.
  4. Hate to say it but it's not worth having to explain in court about the purchase date, where it was made, soft proof, etc. Did you read the ghost gun law NJ has on the books now. While technically legal when you did it, is it too much to imagine one of New Jerseys plentiful activist judges to say that they "feel" that the spirit of the law was to prevent people from having 80% blah blah blah guilty. Enjoy appealing and likely winning from prison. Caspian has good deals on foster frames. Do that.
  5. Would rather give some $ to a local who needs it than a super pro. I have a small excavator (Gofordigger, <3klbs) that needs 6 hoses replaced. I have brand new OEM hoses with ends, it's a straight remove and replace job, though one pin on a piston (maybe 1.5" needs to be driven out, held in with a snap ring). That pin should not be under load given how the arm hangs, but I have a garage or lawn with enough space if you want to lay it out. Anyway, I can't see it taking more than 3 hours if 'I' was doing it, so I would imagine that or less for anyone with any experience. Located in Chester NJ 07930, can be done day or night, and I will lend a hand if I am available (work from home). Anyone interested? Post or PM/Email!
  6. It's a nice thought... It can hold more than 15rds of ammunition, but if you have to manually cycle the action, I suppose it would not count as fed continuously... but it is a semi-automatic firearm. Sucks, it's a Rossi 62 SA that was my grandfathers.... not worth anything but sentimental value. It is located out of state and bequeathed, but parent would not be comfortable making modifications and shipping I bet. "Large capacity ammunition magazine" means a box, drum, t ube or other container which is capable of holding more than 15 rounds of ammunition to be fed continuously a nd directly therefrom into a semi-automatic firearm
  7. The problem is it is marked 22s, l, and lr. So I would have to find 15 22shorts to crimp to, is that correct?
  8. You are correct. I thought Christie signed something exempting tube fed semi autos. Rats. I thought along with the slightly relaxed language around stopping while traveling. This would be for a semi-auto, yes pump and manual action do not have limits. Anyone else want to chime in or am I mistaken?
  9. Did this change to existing legislation pass? Need a relatively quick answer so posting in General! I think it may have but want to know for sure.
  10. Following up on PM. 90 Acres... I should come to you for a place to shoot! Thanks again DS.
  11. Thank you everyone for the feedback. I'll PM deerslayer to see if he wants to come out for a verbal, and maybe set something up for the spring. We can get through with what we have this season I believe. I'm also on some land with an amicable neighbor with plenty of deer (and coyote and a river with black bear). Maybe we can work something out.
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