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  1. I'll trade 1000 Large pistol for 1000 small rifle. I live off 287 in Wayne.
  2. Sorry about that! I MEANT to say have you tried shooting right handed (in my mid I was thinking "opposite" which to me is left, but for you left is primary). You'd be training your entire body to do things differently, so it may help you to compensate for the issue in the shoulder.
  3. 124gr9mm

    Ruger Mini-14

    I think finding a reasonably priced one will be a challenge. Pre-covid you find them new for around $700, but now they're over $1000 IF you find them.
  4. Have you tried shooting left-handed? Might be fun/interesting for you to learn to shoot that way...
  5. Thanks for sharing. Scammers are everywhere. If an offer looks too good to be true it probably is...
  6. We're sorry, Federal Champion Ammunition 22 Long Rifle High Velocity 40 Grain Lead Round Nose Box of 800 cannot be added to your cart, because it is not available at this time.
  7. It is leaking oil, so the gasket is definitely on its way out. I'm not exactly sure what the code is, but I presume it's related to the gasket leaking. Not sure what you mean about listing the head gasket. I searched Google and this came up: https://www.carparts.com/details/Subaru/Forester/Replacement/Head_Gasket_Set/2004/REPS312507.html?TID=bngpla&origin={adtype}&msclkid=94bf423172ed177a3253226fe270251f&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=CPS - US - Bing - ST - Replacement %2B DriveMotive - PL2 - Head Gasket Set - [HP]&utm_term=4577266909992287&utm_content=CPS - PL2 - Replacement - Head Gasket Set - Margin 40&gclid=94bf423172ed177a3253226fe270251f&gclsrc=3p.ds
  8. Not sure how far back you're looking, but any 1996 through 2004 (non turbo) Subaru with a 2.5 L four cylinder engine will need a head gasket replacement right around 100,000 miles. The naturally aspirated EJ25 engine was used across Subaru’s lineup and can be found in the non-turbo Baja, Forester, Impreza, Legacy, and Outback. Not a matter of "if" in those years with that engine, it's just a matter of when.
  9. Prior to COVID it was a couple of weeks. My neighbor just got his and he said it was about 7 weeks.
  10. Indeed. Unfortunately I think the courts across the nation are moving TOWARDS the NJ permitting process, not away from it. I think it's god that the advocacy groups are keeping the legal fights going, but I'm not optimistic about this one...
  11. I think there are plenty. I know several guys who have a few guns but only shoot once or twice a year who have no idea about any recent (or not so recent) regulations. They pull their guns out, cycle the action a few times to see if it works, shoot at the range, and then put it away until next year.
  12. Thanks all for the feedback. My wife's co-worker contacted her and is taking the car. THanks! ---------------------------------------------------------- Looking to sell our 2004 Subaru Forester. It had about 95,000 miles and I'm the 2nd owner. I bought it used from a dealer about 6 years ago when it had 23,000 miles on it. I used it as a commuter at first (Wayne to Secaucus) and then we used it as a 3rd car for the family and my 3 oldest kids learned to drive on it. Since we've had it we had the AC replaced, belts replaced, battery replaced, an oxygen vent replaced, tires and brakes done, and regular oil changes. Otherwise it's a regular Forester. AWD, automatic transmission, a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine. It has all-weather floor mats (front and rear), an all weather mat in the cargo area, and a sliding cover/shade for the cargo area. I also has a modern radio installed with detachable face and USB port. No accidents. Interior needs to be cleaned. No smokers in the vehicle, just teenagers/20-somethings. It still runs well, and likely has a lot of years left in it HOWEVER the check engine light is on and my mechanic tells me that (like most Foresters of that generation) it needs a new head gasket. It won't pass inspection with the engine light on, so this would need to be fixed. It needs new front tires as well. I have another kid who will need something to drive in a few years, so instead of fixing this one up and letting him drive a 20 year old vehicle, we're getting a newer commuter and selling this one. My mechanic said I should put a sign on it for $1,000 and try to sell it locally, but I don't think I have the patience for that. I figured I'd put it up here for a couple of days and see if anyone was interested before calling one of those donations companies that takes it away to auction for a tax deduction. My NJ Gun Forum price is $850. If someone had an AR10, or maybe a .22 precision/match rifle (one of my kids competes with a Jr Rifle club) maybe we'd talk about trading, but that gets complicated, so cash would be best. Thanks for looking!
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