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  1. Old post - need clarification. I own both houses. I am not selling my old house and won't be renting it out as my kids live there. My current license/fid is at my old house. Will probably "move into the new house" in a month as we were renovating. New house is primary residence according to insurance. Do I need a new fid for my primary residence?
  2. Both houses are in the same town, about 15 minutes between them. No plans on renting them at any time - will be given to my kids. Will probably split time between the 2 so no moving anything out.
  3. So my first house is paid off and me and my wife are getting a new house. We're not selling the old house, so can I keep my current FFID at my present address or do I need to change it to my new address? Then are there any issues with moving the firearm's between the houses? The new house is in the same town, if that matters.
  4. Great info. So other than the match loads, do you guys also load "generic load" where you don't use more generic bullets, don't double check powder weights or super clean/trim cases. I look over boxes of commercial ammo and see that OAL's can vary from bullet to bullet. As long as the OAL is consistent, using generic stuff for rounds a good idea, to save time in loading?
  5. When I go the range by myself, I usually shoot 30 to 50 rounds per caliber in pistols and rifles, double if my son comes with me. I reload all calibers except rimfire and I usually reload what I will need for a given shooting session and will start the reloading process after i'm done. Does everyone else do the same thing, or do you reload in bulk and wait till you run out before reloading again. And for people who reload for one session at a time, do you reuse the same brass until it's no longer any good, or do you change out the brass to rotate your stock?
  6. Thanx Guys, I plan to reload but I will start off with the ELD match or some hunting rounds to get the brass. Looking forward to hit the range with this rifle.
  7. So, I couldn't find the Savage anywhere to check out, so I went to Tanners today to check out the RPR. They had it in stock for $950, so with NICS and tax, it came out to $1017. Also got a Vortex Crossfire II 6-24. This is my purchase for the year... lol. It was great - in and out in under an hour. NICS only took about 20 min and they installed and bore sighted the scope for me. Can't beat that. Not bad for a 2 hour drive. I was going to go to the range tomorrow, but with everything I bought, I forgot to buy ammo. Maybe I'll stop by Dicks in Easton before going to EFGA.
  8. I emailed them and they still have that sale going on. The Ruger may be a no brainer at that price!
  9. Good to know, Zeke. Would there be anything non-Jersey legal about the Savage 10 Stealth or RPR that it couldn't be ordered online and shipped to NJ?
  10. I'm looking to get a precison rifle in 6.5 Creedmore and I narrowed it down to the Savage 10 Stealth and Mossberg MVP LC. I own 2 Rugers and 2 Savages, so I know how they shoot. I've been curious about Mossberg rifles as I am more familiar with their shotguns. So if you had to pick from these 2, which would it be? And I haven't ruled out the Ruger Precision, I just like Savage and wanted to know about the Mossberg.
  11. Try a Walther PPQ in 40. Really sweet and accurate!!
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