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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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About bcarlos

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    Springfield, NJ
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  1. That makes a lot of sense because I saw nothing new there. I used to get dog food at that location. Its a pretty big facility.
  2. I live right off Route 22E in Springfield. I've seen lots of construction next to the Costco however, I haven't seen or heard anything about a shooting range. I'll drive by tomorrow and see if I see any signs. If I see anything definitive I'll post it tomorrow.
  3. I don't personally own one however, I have seen several at the range I belong to and the owners have had good things to say about them. They also brought up their worries of the finishing issues on the barrels as mentioned by the AK Operator's Union in one of their videos. However I personally haven't seen any strange wear or bubbling on the ones I've seen. That being said, I have zero clue how many rounds they've put through it. I personally am thinking of selling my C39V2 for one.
  4. I feel like the AK and AR market have totally flip flopped. It seems like every day I'm seeing more and more decent ARs going for like $500.00 and $900.00 while WASRS are creeping closer and closer to $800 or $900 and VEPRS are popping up all over the place for $1,300 plus. They're great rifles but $1,300 plus... come on already.
  5. Check out sons of liberty gun works. They have stuff for all different budgets. Options for in depthcustomization suchas as vltor buffers, any muzzle break you want and loads of different triggers. Also Cerakoting, laser engraving, plus a lifetime warranty.
  6. Gshock mudman. That's all you need and is less then a 100 bucks. Mine is still ticking after 5 years in the infantry and a deployment. Word of advice go cheap it's going to get beat up or lost at some point.
  7. Nothing but good experiences with the Century Arms c39v2. They run for $800 to $900 and are American made as well. Luciano's in Lodi had some about week ago. WASRs are not bad choices either especially for the price. You just need to be sure the sights are properly aligned and check for internal damage. AK Operators Union on YouTube is a great source of information and tests on various AKMs. I hope this post helps. P.S. Gun For Hire in Woodland Park have a few models to rent as well.
  8. I got mine from RTSP. I can't say enough good things about the staff and the way they do business there.
  9. Very well done, love the od green. I'm getting pretty tired of seeing nothing but black and tan rifles.
  10. The one on 22 east had some in stock when I was there today getting my fishing license.
  11. Welcome from berkeley heights!
  12. Totally on board but the only flaw is it's the American way to fight someone to death to prove your right even though you know they have to dead to rights. These guys will never change their minds propaganda is their national pass-time.
  13. Typed in patriotic on google this one came up, saw it, liked it, used it.
  14. Thats due to the fact your the weapon the firearm is the tool. Your faster for probably a variety of reasons. But mainly due to your experience, practice, and dedication. And the "young guns" are probably still learning firing your weapon is only half the battle. The other half being developing a familiarity with the weapon system.
  15. Toss me one of those mags for a day I'd be cool with trying it in public at a local range.