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USRifle30Cal

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About USRifle30Cal

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  1. Once again calling bullshit..... but that's ok.
  2. Stop! I am going to call bullshit ... Are you telling us that a collapsible stock an evil feature item, was beaten in court, as a non evil item by the fact that it doesn't fully collapse? I find that very very hard to believe ...
  3. Knock knock show us ur glock....
  4. Yes.... well nappen suggested it
  5. Never mind doesnt matter
  6. New directive
  7. Just released by njsp to state ffl dealers.
  8. SFL Dealers The New Jersey State Police Firearms Investigation Unit has received numerous inquiries regarding the newly enacted legislation limiting ammunition magazine capacity to ten rounds, N.J.S. 2C:39-17, enacted in June of2018. The law immediately restrictedthe sale of magazines in excess of tenrounds and provided a six month grace period for individuals that already own magazines over the new limit of ten rounds. This grace period was intended to allow New Jersey residents the time to permanently modify themagazines to only accept ten rounds,turn them over to a State Firearms Licensed (SFL) dealer for sale ormodification, turn the magazines into their local police department fordestruction or simply destroy them byother means. Effective December 10,2018 this grace period ends and anyone in possession of a "Large Capacity Ammunition Magazine" may be subject to criminal prosecution. . N.J.S. 2C:39-17 provides certain exemptions for who may possess a largecapacity ammunition magazine. As anSFL, any magazines that exceed tenrounds must be logged into your largecapacity magazine ledger or if in combination with a firearm, in your assault weapons ledger. This magazineledger is designed similarly to an A&D ledger and captures the ammunition magazine in your inventory as well asthe disposition of where it went.These magazines may be sold out of state, to other SFL dealers, law enforcement agencies/officers on letterhead from the police department andin limited circumstances to a retiredpolice officer. In order to comply withthe law, a retired law enforcementofficer may purchase or acquire ahandgun / magazine with a capacity ofup to fifteen rounds from a SFL dealeras long as they are capable of beingused in a handgun they intend to qualify with and carry under the New Jersey Retired Law Enforcement Officer Permit to Carry a Handgun (RPO) program. To document thetransaction, indicate in your large capacity magazine/assault weapons ledger who you sold the magazine/firearm to and retain acopy of their retired law enforcementcredentials for regulatory compliance. If you have any further questions, please contact a Detective in the New Jersey State Police Firearms Investigation Unit at 609-882-2000, ext.2060. DSG. Chuck Bogdan #6545
  9. SFL Dealers The New Jersey State Police Firearms Investigation Unit has received numerous inquiries regarding the newly enacted legislation limiting ammunition magazine capacity to ten rounds, N.J.S. 2C:39-17, enacted in June of2018. The law immediately restrictedthe sale of magazines in excess of tenrounds and provided a six month grace period for individuals that already own magazines over the new limit of ten rounds. This grace period was intended to allow New Jersey residents the time to permanently modify themagazines to only accept ten rounds,turn them over to a State Firearms Licensed (SFL) dealer for sale ormodification, turn the magazines into their local police department fordestruction or simply destroy them byother means. Effective December 10,2018 this grace period ends and anyone in possession of a "Large Capacity Ammunition Magazine" may be subject to criminal prosecution. . N.J.S. 2C:39-17 provides certain exemptions for who may possess a largecapacity ammunition magazine. As anSFL, any magazines that exceed tenrounds must be logged into your largecapacity magazine ledger or if in combination with a firearm, in your assault weapons ledger. This magazineledger is designed similarly to an A&D ledger and captures the ammunition magazine in your inventory as well asthe disposition of where it went.These magazines may be sold out of state, to other SFL dealers, law enforcement agencies/officers on letterhead from the police department andin limited circumstances to a retiredpolice officer. In order to comply withthe law, a retired law enforcementofficer may purchase or acquire ahandgun / magazine with a capacity ofup to fifteen rounds from a SFL dealeras long as they are capable of beingused in a handgun they intend to qualify with and carry under the New Jersey Retired Law Enforcement Officer Permit to Carry a Handgun (RPO) program. To document thetransaction, indicate in your large capacity magazine/assault weapons ledger who you sold the magazine/firearm to and retain acopy of their retired law enforcementcredentials for regulatory compliance. If you have any further questions, please contact a Detective in the New Jersey State Police Firearms Investigation Unit at 609-882-2000, ext.2060. DSG. Chuck Bogdan #6545
  10. They *WILL* 'search' a home when there is a domestic and the guns need to be pulled - they WILL 'search' a home when guns need to be pulled for a restraining order - they WILL search a home when a drug issue arises - they WILL search a home in the ruins after a fire to find the cause - etc. There are many ways a legal search can happen - and not so many ways an illegal search can happen. Be smart - don't place in jeopardy your right to own firearms in free states over some plastic magazines - especially if you own AR type.... This has been coming for years and if you are only concerned now you have not been paying attention or planning @GRIZ said it in another thread - he bought 10 round magazines for his firearms for pennies on the dollar when the AWB ended.....smart. I am not going to be chicken little, but this is EXACTLY what we needed - for everyone to *SH*T* pills over what they have and what to do - maybe some will wake up for the REAL fight that is coming - and it is coming. Zero features - No semi autos - etc. - have a plan - always have a plan.
  11. or all those evil M1 Carbines that are reported to be still out there in old times hands....
  12. Listen our here in the sticks of Sussex CO...Northern end - we are tried and true red IMO - and there are more guns in Sussex Co than anyone wants to believe
  13. Read the new ban language coming...... sadly...
  14. And look where its gotten us....
  15. Maybe it is someone who is not ao relevant searching for reasons to stay, relevant.....