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      NJGF's Gun Range & Store Database   05/23/2017

      Excited about launching a new feature, our very own member- driven range and store database.  Read the announcement and watch the video here... www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86658-njgfs-gun-store-range-database/


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  1. If you ever get to north Jersey, Ottomanelli's usually has a few in stock http://www.osarms.com/ Call first for availability and pricing. They tend to be a bit expensive for hard to get guns.
  2. Mine was similar. About 70 mile tow for a Chevy Suburban. I had AAA so the first 50 was free and the other 20 was discounted. Tow driver tried EVERYTHING possible to get me to go to his garage or sign his paperwork before we got it back to my mechanic. Can't imagine what he would have done to me if I went with him or signed the paperwork early...
  3. LOL!! THAT would have been a funny picture. Just one round of shot through the middle of the sign would have been very funny...
  4. LOL!! Be nice!
  5. Another thing I can't understand is why the article was created at all. This happened last year and was essentially open and shut. THere were no smoking guns and no new evidence.
  6. I think reloaders visit the for sale section, so it's probably best to post there. I believe one of the requirements is posting an asking price, so you may want to check the FAQ's.
  7. Even in situations where it seems pretty cut and dry, there are media outlets that look to shift question/blame on gun owners when defending themselves. Case in point is an article that was printed yesterday regarding the death last year of an NBA player. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2709769-the-night-that-cost-bryce-dejean-jones-his-life-and-nba-dream The 6' 6" 200+ pound player wanted to get into an apartment (he thought it was his girlfriend's) and "proceeded to kick and punch the metal front door, repeatedly and with such force that he broke through a pair of deadbolts. Once inside, he tried opening the bedroom door, only to find that it too was locked", so he started to breaking through that one as well. The occupant, a 22-year-old teacher, removed his gun from a nearby dresser and shot through the door. Tragic event all around, and the very long article seems to set the player up as some kind of misunderstood guy. I'm fine with that and I hate that someone had to die, but in the middle of the article the writer kind of turns things around: "It might have been a second, or a millisecond, or a milli of a millisecond. Even were it the absolute slightest measure of time, that teacher had an opportunity to put the gun aside. To take a deep breath. To wait. To gather himself. Wasn’t that exactly what he had learned as the son and younger brother of United States Marines? Yes, a gun can be used for self-defense, but know what you’re doing. In college, he was a member of the school’s pistol club, where the stated objective was to teach “basic handgun safety and marksmanship skills in a safe, friendly and convenient environment.” A safe, friendly and convenient environment. Here, inside his bedroom, was as safe and friendly and convenient an environment as he knew." The guy was startled awake in the middle of the night by someone (or multiple people) breaking down his front steel door. He then hears the same person/people making the attempt to get into his room. He calls out but there's no response, so he fires. IMO he waited more than a milisecond. Had he waited longer and the intruder been armed it could have been too late. Maybe I'm reading too much into it but seems like an awkward transition in the article.
  8. I cheat. I start with a big bottle of Yago, Opici, or Beso del Sol Sngria. I add apple, orange, and lime wedges, a splash of vodka, and then dry red wine until I get the flavor I like. Never fails.
  9. Thanks!
  10. I was at the range tonight for GSSF practice session and I was asking some of the better shooters for pointers. A few of the guys asked if my Glock 17 was stock. It is, so they recommended that I get a trigger spring kit as the stock setup "sucks". Anyone have recommendations for a Gen 4 Glock 17 trigger spring kit? I've installed a trigger kit on my KelTec Sub 2000, so I'm reasonably comfortable doing this myself. I've seen a few online but some feedback from real people is appreciated. Thanks!
  11. At the end of the day they're all shotguns. Are you looking for them to do something different than the 870? Sounds like a "want vs need" situation. I got a KSG because I wanted a pump action shotgun that was as short/nimble as possible. I've run all kinds of rounds through it without any issues, so I have no reservations about it being my home defense shotgun of choice. If I didn't have the money (or desire for a short pump shotgun) my semi-auto Browning would have defaulted to the shotgun of choice. Doesn't sound like you "need" the extra shotgun, but if it fills a void you see in your current arsenal then go for it.
  13. This is great! Garand has been at the top pf my short list for a while.
  14. I think the people who make those arguments ignore the intent of the 2nd amendment. The framers ABSOLUTELY wanted citizens to be armed with "military style" weapons. There was an expectation that the militia's would need to fight!!!!!! I read a book called "The Second Amendment: a biography" by Michael Waldman that recounts some of the debate prior to the final draft for the amendment. It's a good read and it shows that if anything politicians were concerned that the militias would only have their shotguns and hunting guns instead of proper rifles for combat.