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About 124gr9mm

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    Morris County
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    Cherry Ridge, Riverdale

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  1. I apologize if my first post came across as combative. I didn't miss that part. I just interpreted it differently than you. I read it that people with out of state c permits couldn't be arrested/detained for charges "related to the possession, transportation, or carrying of firearms". The way I read it that left the door open for charges related to other laws (like magazine and ammo limits). Again, I'm not a lawyer, so I apologize if this has already been decided.
  2. Not sure about this. I looked at the text of the resolution and there's no mention of magazine restrictions or any other limitations on firearms other than the ability to carry concealed, so all other laws would apply. I'm not a lawyer, but I would imagine that the first thing NJ police will do when they encounter someone with an out of state concealed carry permit will be to check their magazines for any "high capacity" magazines. While it would be ludicrous, someone from out of state with 17 rounds in their Glock G17 could get arrested in NJ while someone with 15 rounds in it would be fine.
  3. I just went to the website and added 2 ponds of the powder and went to checkout: Shooters World Clean Shot Smok eless Powder 1 Lb By Lovex Item: 130-CLEANSHOT1 In Stock 2 $19.73 $39.46 Subtotal $39.46 Tax $0.00 UPS GROUND Est. Shipping $9.72 Insurance $0.00 Hazard Fee: $0.00 Order Total $49.18 I didn't buy it, but the Hazard fee was definitely not there.
  4. Just got an e-mail that Midsouth Shooters has free hazmat if you buy a minimum of 2lbs of Shooters World powders. Anyone try to the Clean Shot? On the website they compare it to Winchester 231 and Titegroup.
  5. I'm almost always alone when pistol shooting. It's a private range so 90% (or more) of the time I'm the only one there. I feel MUCH safer there than at any public range I've been to. For rifle shooting it's always at Cherry Ridge, so there's typically at least one or two other shooters.
  6. It doesn't have to take a lot of space!! I converted an old black and decker folding workbech into my reloading table. It fits in the corner of my spare room next to a keyboard and rocking chair. Join the fun!
  7. Thanks both. I don't think I saved your number Buns, so I'll PM you.
  8. Thanks T Bill. Yes, I have a notebook dedicated for reloading so I'm trying to keep track of as much as I can. In an effort to keep it simple I'm sticking with one caliber, powder, and primer to start. This first load worked out well, so I'm probably going to make another 30 rounds of it. After that I'll increase powder a bit (using same bullet, brass, primer COL, etc.) in batches of 10 and see how it goes from there. After that the bullets from Hornady should be here so I'll have to reset things since they're JHP and I'm using RN right now.
  9. Just bringing this back to the top to thank everyone for your input. Over the past 6 weeks or so I've been buying things as I catch them on sale, and last weekend my Lock n Load press arrived. I haven't had a lot of free time available in large blocks, so over the course of the last week I've been setting the press up to load 9mm. Like many others I had the most difficulty setting up the dies. I ended up smashing a few cases as I was trying to dial things in, but I have TONS of brass saved up so I didn't mind. Since I bought a Hornady press and dies they're sending me 600 "free" bullets, but I couldn't wait for that so I ordered 100 from Everglades ammo and picked up some powder and primers to get started. I successfully loaded and test fired my first 20 rounds this morning with nothing going bang unexpectedly. I was at the bottom of the load data (.1 grain under actually) because I'm being VERY cautious, but all 20 rounds functioned as expected out of my Glock 17 with no problems cycling, ejecting, etc. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions as I go, but I'll put them in new threads as appropriate. Thanks again!
  10. New to reloading so I'm interested in picking up a reasonably priced chronograph. Finished setting up my press and dies last night, so working up my first 9mm loads this weekend. Just spent most of my money on a new press and supplies so hoping someone is looking to clean out their closet/basement!
  11. I found that to be the most absurd part of the argument. The "loophole" does NOTHING more than allow people to rent a gun and shoot it at a range!!! They can't bring it home, or take it off premises in any way, so how the hell is it even an issue????
  12. Oh they're still whimpering... https://patch.com/new-jersey/wayne/shooting-range-danger-community-gun-opponents-say Political Candidates Speak Out Against Wayne Gun Range Legislative candidates say there are not sufficient precautions in place to protect people from those who would use the range.
  13. This. Move your guns to your new permanent location and then send NYC their paperwork back. Honestly, I'd hesitate to provide them any information on the disposition of any of your guns.
  14. In my limited experience you're asking a lot from a sub-$100 spotting scope. I have one and I can just make out .223/5.56 holes on paper at 200 yards.