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  1. Constructive Possession The legal possession of an object, even if it was not in a person’s direct physical control. Often used in criminal law prosecutions for possession crimes, such as possession of illegal drugs. Generally, for a court to find that a person had constructive possession of an object, the person must have had knowledge of the object, and as well as the ability to control it. For example, someone with keys to a safe deposit box may have constructive possession to the contents of that box, and the owner of a car may have constructive possession of the contents of its trunk. "Rendered Inoperable" - can't be reassembled into a functioning part.
  2. I'm going to feel so much safer tomorrow ... #sarc
  3. This: 4) If this is a semi-automatic centerfire rifle that can accept a detachable magazine, does it have any two of the following: a folding stock; a grenade launcher or flare launcher; or a flash suppressor; If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred. and below are less restrictive than NJ: Colt Colt AR-15, CAR-15, and all imitations except Colt AR-15 Sporter H-BAR rifle Banned Enumerated in Statute 10/1/2013 Colt Colt LE6940P Banned Copy of an enumerated banned assault weapon 8/31/2016 Colt Colt LE6920 Banned Copy of an enumerated banned assault weapon. 9/9/2016 Colt Colt AR-15 model LE6920 SOCOM Banned Copy of an enumerated weapon 2/28/2018 Colt Colt AR-15 model LE6520 Banned Copy of an enumerated banned assault weapon. 2/28/2018 Colt Colt LE901 16S Not Banned Not Regulated By Statute 4/29/2015 Not cosmetically similar to an enumberated firearm and not a copycat weapon Colt Colt AR901 16S Not Banned Neither a "Copycat" nor cosmetically similar to anything on the current enumerated banned weapon list 4/16/2015 Colt Colt LE901 16SE Not Banned Neither a "Copycat" nor cosmetically similar to anything on the current enumerated banned weapon list 4/16/2015 Colt Colt CE2000 HB Not Banned Does not meet the definition of a copycat weapon or the definition of a copy of an enumerated weapon 9/11/2017 Colt Colt AR-15 model M4A1-SOCOM Not Banned Does not meet the definition of a copycat weapon or the definition of a copy of an enumerated weapon Then again, I can't see how this makes any sense: Stag Arms Stag Arms Stag 15 Banned Copy of the Colt AR15 5/5/2014 Stag Arms Stag Arms model 2T Banned Copy of an enumerated weapon 7/12/2017 Stag Arms Stag Arms Model 9 Not Banned Neither a "Copycat" nor cosmetically similar to anything on the current enumerated banned weapon list 7/9/2015 Stag Arms Stag Arms 3G Not Banned Neither a "Copycat" nor cosmetically similar to anything on the current enumerated banned weapon list 7/16/2015 Stag Arms Stag Arms Model 2 (Maryland Compliant Version) Not Banned Does not meet the definition of a copycat weapon or the definition of a copy of an enumerated weapon 12/19/2017 HEAVY BARREL VERSION Stag Arms Stag Arms Model 580024 (Maryland Compliant Version) Not Banned Does not meet the definition of a copycat weapon or the definition of a copy, or enumerated weapon in statute
  4. LOL, seriously? Do they also do firearms charges defense and maybe they like the idea of a potential annuity?
  5. Weil McClain isn't what it used to be - I have one, I know. I'm recommending Lochinvar these days.
  6. This information, as I understand it, is also confirming the locations of all the gun crimes in NJ, almost all of which occur in declining urban areas run by Democrats.
  7. If you're going to answer "yes" to question 26, which you should do if it's true, you should also concurrently submit a letter from the doctor who treated you saying that you're fine now. If not available, see another one in the same profession who can review the file and do this. It's common, even for police officers, to have had such treatment and in their case (I'm told by a psychiatrist friend) it's handled the same way. SD
  8. I love Tire Rack. I usually buy my Michelin Pilot Sports from them. Have bought winter tires/wheels combinations in the past.
  9. Law says they can't be loaded (hunting excluded).
  10. Here's to New Jersey one day having it's ass handed to it like that and having a big damn party!
  11. M249 SAW is really cool to shoot. Have done it indoors at 25 yards (frangible ammo).
  12. Here's some really great related news (on Duncan vs. Becerra - CA magazine 10-round ban): https://www.nraila.org/articles/20180717/federal-court-upholds-decision-to-block-california-s-magazine-ban Here is the ruling: http://michellawyers.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Duncan-2018-07-17-Memorandum-Affirming.pdf
  13. Warrants must be specific. That's why police may not necessarily have one. They must describe what is being searched for and where they are looking. Lots of case law on this. Example: Warrant states they're looking for a person. They cannot look in drawers that a person would not fit into, or the evidence found will be disallowed in most cases.