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  1. Looking at the HQC on Gun For Hire, it looks pretty simple...one of the ones referenced previously included shooting from a barrier, etc. Is GFH oversimplifying it or is the HQC simply a test of marksmanship at various ranges?
  2. How can courses be filling up fast if the requirements haven't even be determined as of yet?
  3. I think Murphy will get slapped down by SCOTUS. During the court proceedings they specifically talked about public transportation like the subway with regards to sensitive areas and indicated that it would make no sense to prohibit carry in the subway as that would prevent people from the most common mode of transport in the city. Same for NJ...some people have to take the bus. Also it sounds like he is parroting the historically (and current) exclusionary nature of NJ's anti-gun bias where if you are not specifically allowed to have a gun in a particular location then you are prohibited from having a gun, so only ranges, your own home and a gun dealer plus travel between those permitted places is specifically allowed...reflected with his plans to require permission to carry on private property which would include most of NJ. Essentially he trying to make a CCW a CCW in name only.
  4. I'll take a day off from work to take it.
  5. Posted in the other thread about the Bruen decision thread...I called then went down to my local PD and they were pretty much ready with a packet they told me was updated this morning. They removed the justifiable need and resume requirement (remnant from assumed security guard need), and told me they were aware of the ruling. However they told me it typically goes to the county judge who they inquired as of this morning was unaware of the ruling and stated he would deny all applications. The officer told me he expected that answer to change by next Tuesday morning and told me they suspect that they will probably push for the approval to be done either by local PD or NJSP once they see the deluge of applications that threaten to overwhelm the judge. Coming is integration into FARS. I have the packet and my only question is there is 3 references on the application which is to be filled in triplicate, so do it looks like I will need to visit each of my references in turn to complete the applications. Only weird thing is I also have the pistol permit form in there as well, not sure why I need that unless I'm buying another pistol (never a bad idea...). Also waiting on what training course comes up that I can take to satisfy the qualification part of the process...
  6. I'll also post this in the CCW thread, but I called then went down to my local PD and they were pretty much ready with a packet they told me was updated this morning. They removed the justifiable need and resume requirement (remnant from assumed security guard need), and told me they were aware of the ruling. However they told me it typically goes to the county judge who they inquired as of this morning was unaware of the ruling and stated he would deny all applications. The officer told me he expected that answer to change by next Tuesday morning and told me they suspect that they will probably push for the approval to be done either by local PD or NJSP once they see the deluge of applications that threaten to overwhelm the judge. Coming is integration into FARS. I have the packet and my only question is there is 3 references on the application which is to be filled in triplicate, so do it looks like I will need to visit each of my references in turn to complete the applications. Only weird thing is I also have the pistol permit form in there as well, not sure why I need that unless I'm buying another pistol (never a bad idea...).
  7. I called my local PD, and they said they are not requiring justifiable need any longer per the SCOTUS decision.
  8. Do you apply for the CCW through the local PD just like the pistol permits?
  9. The SCOTUS ruling included words to the effect that the requirements should be similar to the 43 states that are Shall Issue…although I’m sure I can pass the LEO qualification, it makes me think that it’s excessively burdensome compared to the current 43 states’ requirements for CCW and potentially could be shut down to something more in line for a citizen rather than LEO.
  10. Does the training taken when I got my non resident Florida CCW qualify for the training requirement?
  11. Written by another liberal college student who is wet behind the ears and knows nothing of the freedoms that have been built upon the shoulders of giants before him.
  12. If that was the case they could have just mooted it and called it a day. And why would they need guards and AR15s? Anti Gunners, outside of the Bloomberg elites, would never own something meant to "hunt people."
  13. All those unconstitutional laws were held up due to intermediate scrutiny of the lower courts. I believe they choose this case specifically to whack the lower courts with the reality bat and send them a message.
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