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  1. The fact that Smith talks about "transactions" and H.R. 8 talks about "transfers" means that he doesn't even understand the law.
  2. Yours? Or are you planning to pick them up on the way?
  3. GOV. MURPHY ANTI-GUN "ROUNDTABLE" REVEALS MORE OF LEGISLATIVE AGENDA February 26, 2019. Today, Governor Murphy held his second anti-gun "roundtable" in the State House, revealing more of Trenton's upcoming agenda on guns. "How can they call it a 'roundtable" when there was no one there to speak for NJ's one million law-abiding gun owners," asked ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. "They always talk about wanting a 'conversation' about gun issues -- this was more like a monologue. They need to focus on severely punishing violent gun criminals instead of targeting tools needed by honest citizens to defend themselves." Claiming "our work is not done" and wearing a large red "F" pin on his lapel to commemorate the "F" grade he received from NRA, Governor Murphy declared as a goal for NJ to have the strongest "gun safety" laws in the U.S. During the meeting, more of the upcoming legislative agenda on guns was revealed, and it included: - A new "smart gun" initiative (replacing the failed 2002 smart gun law) - Requiring ammunition sellers to electronically record every ammunition sale (falsely assumes criminals obtain their ammunition from licensed sellers) - Mandating state-issued credentials to purchase ammunition (falsely assumes criminals obtain ammunition from legal sources) - Expiration date on firearms purchase credentials (falsely assumes criminals purchase firearms using NJ credentials) - Mandatory state-issued license for inheritance of firearms - Passage of redundant laws punishing various firearms crimes already prohibited Please get ready to do your part as anti-gun attacks ramp up in Trenton in the coming weeks and months. Please forward this email to every gun owner you know, and if you don’t already receive alerts from ANJRPC, please subscribe to our free email alerts for the latest Second Amendment breaking news and action alerts. About ANJRPC: The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs is the official New Jersey affiliate of the NRA, and is New Jersey’s oldest, largest, and most effective Second Amendment advocacy organization. <click here for the online version of this alert>
  4. There WILL be dicta! Kavanaugh, Thomas and Alito will make sure of it.
  5. Prediction: In February NJ Dems will introduce single feature bill making most semi-auto rifles illegal and it will be signed into law by May or June. Then, we won't be talking about magazines so much any more.
  6. By the time it gets to SCOTUS, Ginsberg will be out and one more ally on the court (Amy Coney Barrett?).
  7. Make sure you limit yourself to 10, round magazines: https://www.jsesurplus.com/images/products/detail/SAIA61.jpg[/img]
  8. We definitely need an organization called "A Million Mags Against Gun Control" or "Everytown for Standard Mags"
  9. Per the NJ Courts: CONSTRUCTIVE POSSESSION The law recognizes that possession may be constructive instead of actual. A person who, with knowledge of its character, knowingly has direct physical control over a thing, at a given time, is in actual possession of it. Constructive possession means possession in which the possessor does not physically have the item on his or her person but is aware that the item is present and is able to and has the intention to exercise control over it. So, someone who has knowledge of the character of an item and knowingly has both the power and the intention at a given time to exercise control over it, either directly or through another person or persons, is then in constructive possession of that item.
  10. 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.
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