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  1. it was in a letter to NJ FFLS i'd have to look it up i'm sure someone has it handy, and yes Nappen the expert who told us all the shockwaves were illegal even after the NJSP issued a letter to FFLS saying they are legal. Here's a thread that refers to the letter back from 8 years ago, and an FFL getting another copy of that letter last year. sorry i don't think i have a copy of it anymore.
  2. they said it for years because we've had restricted mags for a while now 15 rounds. are you suggesting the rules for blocked 10 round mags are different than the blocked 15 were had. Hexmags are manufactured to be 15 rounds thats different than a high cap magazine altered to hold 15. which is why the state police had no issue with hexmags holding 16 rounds which most of the gen1 hexmags did.
  3. No NJSP have said for years now that a pop rivet alone is not enough. The law states permanent, meaning it can't be reversed.
  4. i would assume they are not, no magazine that's been blocked by a dealer in NJ have i ever been able to open, they are either glued or blind pinned or both. I'd be interested to know dealers that are finding a way to block the magazines and leave the floor plate able to be opened without cutting the magazine body.
  5. Spring epoxied to magblock wouldn't be permanent but to each their own. Roll pin is good enough for AR stock because nothing in law says permanent for stocks, but it does say permanent for magazines Taking a 15 round magazine and blocking to 10 is different than a manufacturer making a 10 round magazine short spring and riser. NJSP said of hexmags holding 11 rounds its fine because the manufacturer created the magazine to only hold 10.
  6. i have a lefty tavor sar that runs great, and my right handed friends never ask to shoot it
  7. so true most bullpups are terrible for us
  8. its a semi auto with a pistol grip already a no go in jersey anyways
  9. never heard any complaints about the carbines (besides being ugly) they seem to function fine. seen dozens sold no one comes back with problems.
  10. steve doesnt have one unless he got it last couple days, just order amazon prime https://www.amazon.com/1006409-Maglula-Universal-Magazine-Loader-Lemon/dp/B001HBHNHE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1540929084&sr=8-3&keywords=uplula%2Bpistol%2Bmag%2Bloader&th=1
  11. Thanks to RTSP and Troy for getting this put together, looking forward to next time