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  1. I thought you were talking about HER, not you?
  2. How about a pink Ruger 10/22 Tactical in a AR configuration. Virtually no recoil and lightweight, but still cool looking and fun to shoot: https://ruger.com/products/1022Tactical/specSheets/11175.html
  3. He probably told her there was jewelry there. I can relate to that. That's why only my sons know what's in the safes and the where the keys are.
  4. Wait, are you married to MY wife??????
  5. The upper GMRS channels (on the 22 channel models) can go up to 2 watts. FRS lower channels is usually at the 1/2 watt.
  6. Are you on mobile or on a computer? That can make a big difference.
  7. Exactly. Here are some highlights from today: Murphy was on hand to sign Executive Order 21, which he said would let residents "see for the first time the direct impact of gun violence in our communities," as well as to let more people see how firearms are trafficked into the state. "I'm sitting ready with a pen in hand, ready to sign those bills into law," Murphy said. "As I've said time and again, this administration is going to lead based on facts and science, not on politics." Grewal said New Jersey's laws overseeing legal gun ownership are tough. But surrounding states — Pennsylvania, for instance — have less restrictive laws on gun possession and transportation. States with weaker gun laws provide a way to quickly buy firearms and then traffic them over state lines back into New Jersey, Grewal said. Because guns purchased in states with slack gun laws frequently end up at crime scenes in states with tough gun laws, advocates for more restrictions have long sought more federal gun control measures — something Congress has been unwilling to do. "Too many other states make it too easy for people to buy firearms," Grewal said. "Criminals don't mind that the Delaware River is between us and Pennsylvania," said Callahan, the state police superintendent, "They don't care about the Hudson River," Callahan said of people who are not deterred by geographic boundaries in an effort to get guns. "They'll pay the toll to go over the George Washington Bridge. https://www.app.com/story/news/crime/jersey-mayhem/2018/04/06/murphy-signs-executive-order-show-new-jersey-gun-violence-data-public/493466002/ Governor asshole just stepped in his own crap trying to pass his new laws. He just told the state that the problem with guns and homicides comes from illegal guns obtained out of state. So how the hell do these new proposed laws stop that? They don't? They just penalize the law abiding citizens. I hope the 2A groups in the state use this data today to smack down the idiots in Trenton.
  8. In that 1-1/2 inch space - foam board, not many other choices, or spray foam, but that wouldn't be worth the cost and effort. Still wouldn't matter if there is no heat source in the garage. 32 degrees uninsulated is still 32 degrees with sheetrock and insulation and no heat.
  9. Doing that will do nothing to help make your bedroom warmer, if there isn't a heat source in the garage. Unheated with concrete walls or unheated with framed and insulated walls is the same thing. Cold.
  10. Wow, that's exactly what I've been posting.... Imagine that.
  11. ..."Gun owners in north suburban Deerfield now have just over two months to remove certain types of firearms from their home, or face stiff fines. Village trustees voted unanimously in favor of a complete ban on semi-automatic rifles, pistols and shotguns with certain features. The new ordinance also bans magazines containing more than 10 rounds of ammunition, CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports. What the hell is a "Village trustee"? When did they get the power to write laws and overthrow the 2nd Amendment?
  12. Thanks for an answer to my question. From what I've read, there has been less than a handful that have been accused with "high cap mags". Now, out of how many gun owners in the state, over how many years, how many go shooting at the ranges over the state every week? I would guess there are quite a few "high cap" mags that go to those ranges. No one else could come up with another example. So, with hundreds of thousands of shooters, only a few have been busted. Sounds like we'd have better luck getting hit by lightning. My feeling is, it's to early to panic. Worse case scenario, we can use our 15 rounders all Summer until we have to comply by the Fall. Possibly longer if the Senate drags it's feet or some legal pushback slows the implementation of the law.
  13. Out of all the gun owners in NJ, how many people have gone to jail for having 16+ cap mags? How many times has the state police walked down the firing line at ranges and checked mag capacity? How often has local police searched gun owners houses looking for 16+ capacity mags? Inquiring minds would like to know,
  14. Just a suggestion that you might want to consider about your hobby and fiance. If she hates it now as a finance, she'll REALLY hate it when she becomes a wife. She's not going to like being in competition for a new bedroom set versus a new rifle. You might want to get that ironed out ahead of time. Just a tip, speaking from personal experience....
  15. The reason you keep getting those random calls is because of the FREE app. If an app is free, YOU'RE the product being sold.
  16. Any chance this could be like the National Reciprocity bill for CCW that was passed by the House but is sitting dormant in the Senate in DC?
  17. Also, just checked, the sister bill in the Senate S102, doesn't seem to have had any forward movement lately: 1/9/2018 Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate Law and Public Safety Committee http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2018/Bills/S0500/102_I1.HTM
  18. I'm not familiar how this crap works, why would there be a Motion to Table on the same day of the vote, if it was passed to the Senate. Wouldn't it say in the roll call that it was sent to the Senate?
  19. Because there wasn't enough space after they locked Hillary and all her friends up... Oh, wait....
  20. Upon looking closer at the status of this bill, Here's what comes up on the Roll Call: Roll Calls 2018-03-26 - Assembly - Assembly Floor: Table Motion (Y: 49 N: 26 NV: 4 Abs: 0) [PASS] 2018-03-26 - Assembly - Assembly Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage (Y: 48 N: 25 NV: 6 Abs: 0) [PASS] 2018-03-22 - Assembly - Assembly Appropriations Committee: Reported with Amendments (Y: 7 N: 3 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS] 2018-02-28 - Assembly - Assembly Judiciary Committee: Reported Favorably (Y: 5 N: 1 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS] So, can the Legal Eagles here interpret that? Was the Bill "parked" and Tabled after it was voted on and not passed to the Senate? Any ideas? https://legiscan.com/NJ/bill/A2761/2018
  21. That's the way it reads, here's the text of the amendment: 1[4.] 5.1 (New section) 1[Any] Except as provided in section 7 of P.L. , c. (C. ) (pending before the Legislature as this bill),1 a person who legally owns a semi-automatic rifle with a fixed magazine capacity exceeding 10 rounds or a large capacity ammunition magazine as defined under subsection y. of N.J.S.2C:39-1 which is capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition on the effective date of P.L. , c. (C. ) (pending before the Legislature as this bill) may retain possession of that rifle or magazine for a period not to exceed 180 days 1[from] after1 the effective date of this act. During this time period, the owner of the semi-automatic rifle or magazine shall: a. Transfer the semi-automatic rifle or magazine to any person or firm lawfully entitled to own or possess that firearm or magazine; b. Render the semi-automatic rifle or magazine inoperable 1or permanently modify a large capacity ammunition magazine to accept 10 rounds or less1; or c. Voluntarily surrender the semi-automatic rifle or magazine pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.2C:39-12. https://legiscan.com/NJ/text/A2761/2018 Remember, we'll have 180 days to comply, after it's signed into law, so there's no rush to dump 15 round mags NOW. Just pin them to 10 rounds. I believe that's incorrect, see the text above. You'll be able to modify a large capacity (15 round) to accept 10 rounds or less. That is, if the actual mag can be modified.
  22. There was no will or any other document stating where his belongings were to go? How about the house, how are they inheriting it without a will? Was there a trust or estate document? I would think they need some sort of document showing they are entitled to any personal items of his. I don't believe it's "automatic".
  23. There might be some logic to that. It's not like you get charged by the number of rounds you are over the legal limit, so why not go all-in?
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