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About GunsnFreedom

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  1. I'm seeing a SW marathon shortly in my future.
  2. My daughter plays softball, and I can't tell you how many times over the past few months I have gone out of my way to buy things at Modells. Their store near me is pretty small so sometimes I need to order online and pick-up a few days later but the wait is well worth it for principle.
  3. This is the kind of person who cannot ever see themselves as wrong or at fault. Her non-apology is complete nonsense and she uses the entire paragraph of text to blame the cops. She's such a shithead.
  4. In reference to Menendez's stunt there was another story from NJ 12. The quote that struck me as the stupidest is: "Sen. Menendez says that he fully supports banning weapons of this caliber for civilian use." Really, .22 isn't for civilian use? http://newjersey.news12.com/story/37652901/nj-lawmakers-hold-demonstration-showcasing-power-of-ar-15
  5. God it's difficult to listen to this. That last speaker from the audience is an idiot if he thinks just because a law was passed by a state legislature it is the supreme law.
  6. If you are transporting a long rifle ( Overall length > 26" or barrel length >16") using NJ transport laws you are fine in PA. In fact you can open/conceal carry in PA with it. It's not considered a firearm in PA -- definition below. I would just check with the hotel (anonymously) to see if they are okay with it. PA residents tend to be much better about it than NJ residents. It is, however, legal to keep it in your car. Under 18 PA.C.S. § 6102, “Firearm” is defined as, “Any pistol or revolver with a barrel length less than 15 inches, any shotgun with a barrel length less than 18 inches or any rifle with a barrel length less than 16 inches, or any pistol, revolver, rifle or shotgun with an overall length of less than 26 inches. Outside of Philadelphia Long Guns (These are rifles that have a barrel 16” or longer, and shotguns that have a barrel 18” or longer.) 1.) An individual who may legally possess can carry an unloaded long gun in his/her car. 2.) An individual who does or does not have a valid License to Carry Firearms (LTCF) cannot carry a loaded long gun in his/her car. 3.) An individual can carry a loaded or unloaded long gun, concealed or openly, without a License to Carry Firearms (LTCF), because, as depicted above, PA’s definition of a firearm does not include long guns. HOWEVER, we highly recommend that you do NOT try conceal carrying a long gun with or without a License to Carry Firearms because the police are unlikely to know the laws, even though you would be lawfully carrying.
  7. This is what the State is using to try to push neighboring states to change their laws. NJ and Murphy are blaming PA and other nearby states (as well as a few further away) for all of NJ's gun crime. Not realizing that it's not an inanimate object committing the crime, but NJ criminals.
  8. Midland's have been getting great reviews for a few years. These are the ones I've been looking at. They aren't super expensive but give you everything you need in a reasonable package. The only thing I would buy outside of the kit is stronger batteries. They rechargeable ones they give aren't great. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001WMFYH4/?coliid=I1QVL47GCTC6LR&colid=290IMNJ48ND1C&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  9. The reason this is not an unreasonable comparison is because the US has a lot of guns. The anti's use examples like Australia and the UK because their reasoning is: since the whole country bans most "dangerous" weapons, all of the cities are safer. So it doesn't really matter if a specific location bans their ownership/use as long as they are legal in the country. Comparing NYC to London is saying, on a federal level, it's not having a lot of guns in the US that is a problem, murder rates can still be very high if you have a population who does not respect the rule of law. I understand your argument, and agree that we should not necessarily be toting NYC's crime numbers as a good representation of sane firearm laws. But there are a lot of armed people in NYC, just not legally.
  10. She's likely just an idiot and doesn't realize handguns can be semi-auto.
  11. Just the lower receiver is a firearm by law. So in whatever state of assembly, if you have a lower in your car you are transporting a firearm.
  12. Why not 100 round drums. If they are going to get stupid, go for gold.
  13. Welcome! It’s good to have you here. Where do you like to climb/hike/mountaineer?
  14. SOG power lock. Good set of tools, sharp knives, well balanced. I got sand in it from the beach and it’s still working just fine. Still haven’t shaken all the sand out.
  15. Get donuts from duck donuts, amazing. There are dunes around kitty hawk that are really cool. We took the kids flying kites there. There are several museums and you can go on a wild horse tour in corolla (pronounced ca-rah-la). It’s a great place.