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About drjjpdc

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  1. Don't forget SCOTUS has accepted cert on the Vullo v NRA case. Can you imagine Hochul or Vullo having to write a check for damages to the NRA?
  2. Well remember that Thomas and Alito are 75 and 73 respectively, which makes them both younger than Trump or Biden. Actually IL. is close to the court especially if they start confiscating any firearms or show that they have a list IL. shooters.
  3. But Bruen did change the may/shall effect in NY but also NJ. True both states whined and added extra fees and acts to minimize Bruen's effects. Why can't this 4th Circuit decision benefit NJ? Maryland had a 30 day period for handguns, does anyone in NJ get their handgun in less than 30 days?
  4. I've been smoking cigars since undergrad school. Mainly for stress relief. I smoke the usual suspects and only a couple a week. Since I don't smoke every day, and I'm 6'5" I tend to smoke churchills. Arturo Fuente Double Chateau, 9" Hemingway's, Padron 7000, Oliva, Hoyo Excalibur # 1, anything with a Cameroon wrapper, My Father, Romeo y Julieta. One more guilty pleasure I have, it's found in Frank's Cigar Shop. Some Churchill sized hand rolled cigars that have a cameroon spicy sweetness to them with a maduro wrapper. It's a small shop on George Dye Rd. in Hamilton Twp., New Jersey. He has a small lounge where his customers could smoke their cigars. After covid the politicos in Hamilton screwed Frank and stopped him from using his back room for smoking. A year ago Cigar Aficionado printed a letter of mine where I explained how unhappy I was. Of course he has a great supply of name brand cigars stocked in his store humidors with very reasonable prices. If any of my gun friends here that smoke cigars ever drive past Hamilton Twp. make a turn to stop by Frank's shop and buy a cigar or two.
  5. Wow did I get a slap in the head. Here I naively was thinking the IL gun ban was just a simple case of hating gun owners. I read the SCOTUS brief asking for certiorari for the governor's shenanigans. In brief the IL House with the IL Speaker made a fake shell of an insurance bill. It then goes to the IL Senate where the Senate President strips all the Insurance data and then added all the semi-auto gun stuff the Governor wanted into it. Of course it passes in both houses and is signed by Pritzker instantly. It also looks like 3 day time period for public notification was also shortened. Lastly that wasn't enough for the Guv to insure his gun bill passes future court challenges. It seems 2 State Supreme Court judges left the bench. Before the 2 new candidates ran for election to those 2 seats, they gave extensive public statements that informed voters how much they were against "assault-weapons." To insure they got elected the GOV and Democratic interest groups found their way to pass on $2.5 million to the judges campaigns. Not only did they get elected but when the Gov's bill eventually hit the State Supreme Court, they were there to join the majority opinion. Needless to say they did not excuse themselves due to their incredibly biased gun statements. Now I lived in Chicago while going to Chiro School for 4 years and I should've not been surprised by the level of Chicago politics! This is one reason that I do not believe in voting for judges. I would still rather they get appointed by the executive/legislative processes. Microsoft Word - 44458 Sullivan cv 01.docx (supremecourt.gov)
  6. Even better is Benitez slapping the same opinion on Miller v Bonta.
  7. My guess is since SCOTUS already kicked it back to the 9th circuit, I would think that they would want the 9th circuit to make the decision so they don't have to. This way they avoid any continued hassles about 'liberalizing' gun freedoms. If the 9th circuit makes the decision it sends a strong signal to other circuit courts. I don't know how Illinois could keep up their semi-auto nonsense if the 9th does what's right.
  8. Looks like we have a friend in Judge Bumb. Amazing that DA Platkin wants to protect NJ citizens by restricting their gun rights.
  9. In the final analysis IL has no real choice because; Well those anti-gunners will soon be in for a shock as soon as the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals make a decision on the IL semi-auto law. It's no longer about the city of Naperville because the 7th Circuit combined the state law with it, so now it becomes a state decision. If you're old enough to know what a Hobson's choice is, here it comes. If the 7th Circuit rules in favor of IL; it gets an express trip to the SCOTUS. If the 7th Circuit rules against the state, then Gov. Pritzer has 2 choices, accept the fact that his semi-auto law is unconstitutional OR take it to the SCOTUS and hope that they will find some loophole for him to keep his precious law. But it gets better because every anti-gun governor/anti-gun advocate does not want a state law made unconstitutional, because then the SCOTUS will rule and semi-autos will be made legal in every state in the union. Yippee!
  10. As if I have to show how illogical Murphy and his minions are, I'm printing this small exchange between the Judge and the State defendants in Koons. It is also humorous as a study in language. Under the legislation, a gun owner faces prosecution even when he does not know that the property owner does not consent to his possession of a firearm and by the time he finds out, he has already committed a criminal violation. At oral argument, the State conceded this troubling point: THE COURT: [D]oes the UPS man, woman, violate the law when he gets up to the front door and the owner says you should not have come on my property if you’re armed? MS. CAI: Yes. Yes. THE COURT: But to make it liable for trespassing under New Jersey, it has to be known to the potential trespasser ahead of time before he or she can be charged with trespassing. This law has no such provision. This law says you can walk down the winding driveway, get to the front door and the [armed] repairmen is told [by the owner you do not have consent and] have just now violated the law, I’m calling the police. MS. CAI: And that’s exactly what the law provides… THE COURT: But I think you’re ignoring one salient fact, is that you’re now making it criminal for a person who has a license to conceal carry to not know in advance what that right is. MS. CAI: So that’s right, Your Honor.
  11. If this ain't the best video on why Bruen should be law in NY and NJ I don't know what is! Who is Going to Blink First? New York or the Supreme Court? - YouTube
  12. Where are you SJ shooters getting certified by an instructor for CCW?
  13. eye, I'm not laughing about the revolver. As a matter of fact I'm giving serious thought to my S&W 66 with a 2" barrel. I really like my RIA 1911 5" barrel in .45 ACP, but I agree it might be difficult to conceal. It was hard for me to find local qualifiers so I bought the NRA basics of Pistol online course just in case. I passed the test with a 90%. Where are you going to qualify? Is CJRPC going to qualify for NJ CCW? John
  14. What there isn't anyone that either lives on SJ or has some idea where I could take this class and firearm test besides Woodland Park? I guess the ccw is for the northern jersey shooters.
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