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About 124gr9mm

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  1. VERY good point Jack! Glad I bought mine from you!!!
  2. Great deal. I reload, but that's a cheap way to get target ammo and fresh brass for reloading at the same time.
  3. Give Jim Flynn in Glen Gardner a call. He seems to be able to find things from time to time.
  4. Looks like they would be great truck guns...if I had a truck!
  5. This. Of all things to assume a "blank" would be the last thing on the list for me. Unless you actually use blanks for some reason?
  6. Here's here "apology". She tries to paint herself as a victim and push blame to the police. Clearly she doesn't get it: " Last month, my daughter and three of her friends were in a car that was pulled over by a Tenafly police officer for non-moving violations, including having tinted windows. The officers subsequently decided to impound the vehicle, leaving the four young adults on the side of a busy highway. Concerned, I hurried to the scene to assist them. As a parent, I was upset and uncomfortable with the unfolding events. I let my emotions get the better of me and regret my tone toward the police officers and use of off-color language. For this, I apologize. However, at no point did I violate the Port Authority's Code of Ethics or ask for special treatment for anyone involved, nor did I suggest, in any way, that I would use my position at the Port Authority to affect the outcome of the violations issued to the driver. My resignation from the Port Authority is a recognition that this unfortunate incident could and should have been avoided. As a long-time Tenafly resident, I have always taken an active role in the community, including working with law enforcement officials, and I encourage the Tenafly Police Department to review best practices with respect to tone and de-escalation, so that incidents like this do not recur. "
  7. She resigned from her position as Chair of the Port Authority Ethics Committee. Turns out she was in violation of...the Ethics Policy.
  8. No I haven't. Where does he keep the ammo? I presume it's not loaded in a magazine in the same suitcase?
  9. Neither would I. I presume Johnny has some documentation to support the statement, but I'd never chance it. I go by the standard like repeated by the State Police: Shall be carried unloaded and contained in a closed and fastened case, gunbox, securely tied package, or locked in the trunk of the automobile in which it is being transported, and in the course of travel, shall include only such deviations as are reasonably necessary under the circumstances. The firearm should not be directly accessible from the passenger compartment of the vehicle. If the vehicle does not have a compartment separate from the passenger compartment, the firearm and ammunition must be in a locked container other than the vehicle's glove compartment or console. For additional exemptions refer to Chapter 39, namely 2C:39-6g.
  10. I had no idea this was true. I was under the assumption that all guns followed the "exempt location" rules. Didn't realize it was OK to travel around with an AR (unloaded of course) and ammo box in the trunk wherever I go.
  11. Now that I reload, in addition to several thousand rounds of live ammo (when added for all calibers) I also have as much (or more) bullets, primers, cases, and powder ready to be loaded.
  12. Strange indeed...
  13. Human feces is not good to have lying around, not good to walk in...just not good period. If that was me I would have called the town a long time ago. That needs to stop.
  14. Wow. That's a lot of cheddar...
  15. Here's the follow-up from Lonegan after he met with the prosecutor yesterday. As suspected, no charges will be filed, but I'm GLAD that he went through with this. The prosecutor told him no charges would be filed because "it's up to the discretion of the county prosecutor whether to apply the law to an individual based on their intent" Wonder how many regular citizens would be able to avoid punishment because they didn't "intend" to break the law??? Thanks to Lonegan for pointing out the double standard for politicians and ambiguity in the way gun laws are followed.