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  1. Not just NJ, but America. You have no idea how happy I am that the Constitution won, over judicial activism. However, I'm not yet prepared to join the circle jerk. It will be a while before this is figured out, and that will be by design. The socialist fucks will do everything, no matter how petty, to make it as costly and difficult as possible to protect one's self outside the home.
  2. The way I see it, "common use" does not mean popular, it means contemporary, ie, not inferior to new current technology in common use. It would be like the government has quad processor computers computers while the peons are only allowed Commodore VIC-20s In 1775, muskets and cannons were in common use because they were technologically contemporary. In common use means common contemporary, readily available arms, used in the defense of ones self and America. Full auto M4s are in common use, but only by the military, and three letter agencies. Hell, even the USPS and IRS are packing M4s. WT everluv'n F?!?!
  3. Nobody wants to be a test case, but, because of NJs intentionally ambiguous laws, every case seems to be a potential test case.
  4. For the most part, they are equipped with AK pattern rifles. It's what they know. They have been receiving precision 308 and 338 sniper rifles Very little in the way of M4s or anything that would require 5.56. It's all about logistics. They have mountains of AKs and ammo all over eastern europe.
  5. It's the opposite of dearth. Duhh.
  6. All the cool kids are going with 2 stage, in fact, the SPR spec calls for a KAC 2 stage. As an SPR owner myself, I believe the trigger ( If you are serious about precision) should be the best two stage you can afford. It is equally as important to precision as the barrel and upper receiver. In my SPR, I started out with a vanilla ALG milspec, then "upgraded" to a NiB coated ALG ACT single stage, then a G2S, then a SSA, then a SSA-E, all in the same rifle. When I first began shooting, the trigger would not have made much practical difference, now I get a tiny bit annoyed when I shoot one rifle with the SSA and then the other with the SSA-E. Even though the difference between the SSA and SSA-E are minuscule, it's enough of a difference to tighten my groups by at least .25moa.
  7. These bullets are factory seconds, @ 23¢/ea ($113.00/500ct), who cares. It seems these bullets are normal except for slight variation in weight (+.2gr-.5gr avg). Structurally, they are fine. I have no experience with them, but reviews on AS and another site suggest they are as good or better than milspec and popular among service rifle reloaders. I just ordered 500 to mess with. Price is too good to pass up. AMERICAN BULLET CO 30c (308) 147gr FMJ M80 https://www.grafs.com/retail/catalog/product/productId/89586
  8. Pretty good essay, although it sorta changes lanes a lot towards the end.
  9. I think I'm going to get ahead of this and order a new firing pin for one of my 22lr rifles. I know someone who can laser etch FJB into the pin.
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