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  1. Thanks, GRIZ. I saw the below exception and thought it applied to out of state off duty as well. But it is unclear, so it may be better for them to be on the safe side with 10. (b) Nothing in subsection j. of this section shall apply to a law enforcement officer who possesses and carries while off-duty a large capacity ammunition magazine capable of holding not more than 17 rounds of ammunition that can be fed continuously and directly into a semi-automatic firearm.
  2. Hi, Is there a restriction on magazine capacity or hollow point ammunition for concealed carry by off duty out of state LEO? Trying to find out for a friend from a neighboring state. based on this, it looks like magazines up to 17 rounds can be carried? https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2018/Bills/S3000/2846_I1.HTM
  3. It seems to use the LCP II internal hammer mechanism - so it would be an internal hammer that is single action only.
  4. I have one of these - it works well for me with Hornady critical defense. It seems very grip and ammo sensitive. I put a hogue grip sleeve on for it to work reliably with blazer ammo.
  5. Thanks for setting this up, @Pizza Bob. See you guys there!
  6. There is an item on Amazon called "Glock Factory OEM Night Sights 17, 19, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35". They are 3 dot, and $81.
  7. A jframe in a holster in a zippered outer jacket pocket works well for this purpose. Doesn't impede skiing at all, and I've fallen with one quite a bit. Make sure the gun won't clear the holster during falls. I don't go as hard as fishnut though, so if you do that might be different.
  8. Dear NJGF mechanics and crown vic owners, I'm replacing the front struts on my 06 grand marquis. Can this be done without removing the brake parts? The shop manual and YouTube videos all show the brake caliper bracket, caliper, and rotor being removed to make room. I saw some videos for vehicles with similar suspension setups, like the 04 F150, in which the brake parts were not removed and there was still enough room to work. Sincerely, Catch22LR
  9. I'll have to try this - I'm pretty sure that apart from when using plain black sights, I shoot using only the dots or other markings to aim.
  10. Why do you prefer a black rear sight to one with fiber?
  11. Thanks! and Merry Christmas! I'm really liking Ohio so far. I am in NJ until the 3rd. Need to fill the gap in my shotgun education. Anyway looks like there's no chance of snow, but do you want to do a shotgun meetup on the 27th?
  12. Escaped under cover of darkness in the early morning a few months ago - found my concealed carry permit in the mailbox 5 days after submitting paperwork.
  13. I think you're right - I just realized that "deployable steering column" is a specific part and not just everything above the steering rack. Going to try to find where exactly the deployable steering column circuit is next. I have a workshop manual for this car coming next Monday, so I'll see if this is something I can do at home or not.
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