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  1. Thanks for sharing these. Looks like time for a road trip!
  2. I have two houses. License and FID match one of them, so I'm good to go to purchase and anywhere someone checks. I also bring guns to the other house when i stay there. It's my house, so to and/or from one to the other, or to the range, etc is fine. I'm not a lawyer and I never asked anyone if it was "OK", but I have zero concerns.
  3. Respectfully, this makes no sense to me. What "NJ Police" are you referring to? There's no inspection of firearms by "NJ Police" at gun ranges, and there's no door to door inspection by "NJ Police", so who exactly is "saying "no" and what are they saying it to?
  4. Indeed. I think the thing that people are getting hung up on is the fact that the "brace" was really a replacement for a stock (which would make it 'illegal'). The rule doesn't say you must have something on the buffer tube that looks like a brace or a stock, it just says you can't have the stock. You still have a vertical grip and the rest of the features that make it far less harmful than an AR, so you're still good to go. Maybe make a big ball of duct tape for the end of the buffer tube if you want to shoulder it at the range...
  5. I know this is an old thread, but I'm interested in the cover the hole part as well. I always presumed JB Weld was a no-go, so was the cover done with a stick weld?
  6. Interesting statement. With the equipment that I had in my reloading room, the additional piece of hardware was necessary. Not sure which "original" you're referring to. The bullets (approximately 5000 of them) were given to me, so I had not control of the sizing process. I only had one .45acp seating die, and the adjustments I made with it were not addressing the issue for the gun in question.
  7. Thanks. I have a pistol that was being very picky about LSWC bullets until I ran them through the Factory Crimp die.
  8. Nope. Zero concerns about any of that. House sold in about 30 days and none of your pretend scenarios happened.
  9. I use it for my .45 acp reloads as well. I have a pistol that was being very picky about LSWC bullets until I ran them through the Factory Crimp die. Op should look for the 4 die sets as well. I think some of them have the factory crimp die included...
  10. This. I moved two years ago and I told my realtor that showing were to be by appointment only with NO exceptions. I told him there were guns and ammo in the home and there could be no lockbox on the house and nobody could be allowed to be in the master suite without being accompanied by my realtor (that's where the safe was). Between that and the camera I was reasonably confident that things would be fine, and they were. I didn't care that people knew I was a gun owner (I couldn't really hide my reloading room) but I wanted to be sure strangers had as little access to the guns as possible.
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  12. I try not to read too deeply into the quagmire of NJ gun laws because if you do you'd find a rational that says you can even leave the house. None of the vehicles in my family have a trunk, so I typically have my pistols in a range bag and ammo and (loaded) magazines in a separate zipper bag (it was lunch bag we used to use at the beach). In the SUV vehicles I keep the bags all the way in back by the hatch. In the pickup truck I put them under the back passenger seat (as far out of reach as possible). If I get pulled over I'll let you know how it goes. I'm not putting any more thought or prep into it...
  13. This. Just drive like a normal person and it won't be an issue.
  14. According to the link. For non-Resident permits: Permit(s) Honored In: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming Permit(s) Not Honored In: California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virgin Islands, Washington, Wisconsin, American Samoa, N. Mariana Islands For Resident permits: Permit(s) Honored In: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming Permit(s) Not Honored In: California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Virgin Islands, Washington, Wisconsin, American Samoa, N. Mariana Islands I put the additional states that don't honor the out of state permit in bold. Not sure how accurate the list is, so it makes sense to do your own research prior to carrying anywhere...
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