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  1. Lord_Fudd

    Off road vehicles what do you have?

    So far it’s good, I also have a 2015 WRX I’ve been driving for 4 years and I had a 2003 GMC Sierra 2500 duramax I sold to get the colorado. That was a solid truck but I missed having modern comforts in a vehicle, going between a modern car and an outdated truck had me missing things like bluetooth, heated seats, windshield wiper defrosters etc. also didn’t need a 2500 I wasn’t hauling THAT much, if I need to haul anything the colorado does fine
  2. Lord_Fudd

    Off road vehicles what do you have?

    2018 Colorado ZR2 Duramax, got for practically a steal in December 2017. With incentives it was $35k after all said and done with 0% financing. Truck’s awesome, I haven’t taken it off roading yet but want to.
  3. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    Yes I was told it was gtg from a few other people around the state who are FFL’s....the info I got from Brett Bloom was on the Juggernaut pin.
  4. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    that's what I was originally told, and that's what I questioned (and what i said on here) you can fire 1 round with it folded, but the bolt doesn't cycle....which wouldn't make it Semi-Automatic. There's another one from Deadfoot Arms which uses a modified BCG and buffer which do allow AR's to cycle folded, that i can understand....same with a folding stock on a MCX, AK, SCAR...any gun with an internal recoil spring. Without really knowing, my guess is the NJSP would have to do a case study but don't want to do it.
  5. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    when has relying on the government has worked out well for us has it? This is an unwritten rule across the gun community nationally: you don't write letters to the ATF, you don't write to your local police to ask about gun shit...that's how things do get outlawed. I understand your concern with nervous gun owners, and it's a frustrating subject.....my advice has always been if you get pulled over and you have a gun in your trunk, what's out of sight is out of sight and don't say anything. this is a conversation that's come up before with new gun owners who's first inclination is to tell a cop they have a gun in a trunk, which of course welcomes questioning and inspection. Sadly the anti-gun culture in this state makes gun owners feel like they're bending the rules by lawfully carrying a gun in a compartment that they're entitled to privacy for. It's like they have never bent the rules in their life.
  6. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    > implying people actually give a shit what you're shooting at a gun range
  7. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    1. This is what the gunsmith quoted me for the repair. When i bought said rifle from him originally the compliancy work was flawless, you can’t even tell it’s been pinned and welded...quality work in, quality work out. 2. Like i said, you are an adult, you decide how you want to interpret a law. I’ll keep deflecting your argument as long as you keep deflecting my question. I could be here saying F you all I don’t have to comply and flex all the stuff I have that average Joe can’t....but I don’t. However i’m still offering help and options to others, I’ve never once said I’m a lawyer or offering legal options, just showing what’s out there.
  8. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    I guess spacing between sentences isn’t telling enough to separate statements next time i’ll format my posts in MLA for you. I work directly for the DoD, not a vendor.
  9. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    who taught you reading comprehension? as for me telling people not to be poor, yes and spending an extra $200 for a repair is not being poor. In my example I said how I was quoted $500 in parts and labor to change out the gas block on my AR-10. the over gassed feeling is annoying, but not $500 annoying. Becomes a choice of “wants” rather than “needs” but when your “needs” do involve a repair over a broken gas block, it’s still extra money spent to comply with do nothing laws. i don't know how i'll sleep tonight
  10. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    I work for the DoD fixing broken weapons, a lot. ones not abused by our armed forces: not as many, but that depends on the quality rifle you are using. PSA's for example are a gun that you get what you pay for because a $500 rifle doesn't have the same quality control as one that costs $1000, I've read enough reports of blown gas blocks on PSA's that it's not enough to say it's reputable issues of theirs but enough for me to not want to buy one of their guns. Blown gas blocks aren't common, but if they do happen the repair does become costly due to the other work involved to get to it and that comes down to how much is the rifle worth to you? Are you willing to put another $200+ in to a rifle? Of course using PSA as my example again, you probably just buy another $500 rifle from them. More relatable to why i don't like it: pre-FFL days I bought my AR-10, it's a great gun but it is over gassed, I wanted to switch to a POF adjustable gas block...$150 part, I asked the gunsmith who did the compliance work on it originally how much it will cost for me to do the upgrade, adding in a new muzzle brake and the labor associated with the job now became a $500 job to rethread barrel, new brake, pinning it etc. had the brake not been pinned to begin with, I could have done the gas block myself.
  11. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    personally I hate muzzle brakes on 5.56, I'd rather a 3 prong. The benefits of a brake on a 5.56 rifle is minimal over a flash hider. .308 and bigger calibers? doesn't bother me as much. However much of the reasons a 5.56 rifle being a tactical rifle is gone when you have a brake on it. If you're doing 3 gun sure there's benefits to a muzzle brake. Additionally I don't like having a pinned muzzle device, having to change out the gas block if need be inflates the cost of the repair more, I'm not as concerned about changing rails/free float barrel conversion, I rather just buy a gun that already has what I want there. but if I wanted to change to an adjustable gas block, or have to replace a busted gas block....add on another $200 in repairs to re thread the barrel and put a new brake on when there was nothing wrong with the original one.
  12. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    You gonna answer my question or you gonna keep deflecting? have a nice day https://youtu.be/LnLOxsyj_zs
  13. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    And when the magazine is inserted with the gun assembled, you push the mag release button and the magazine doesn’t come out, it no longer has the ability to accept a detachable magazine.
  14. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    You want me to record my phone calls with the NJSP and upload them to the forum? regardless if it’s california law or any states law for that matter. Actually that device in California isn’t even approved by law there either, it’s done as a work around to what their laws don’t say. Laws are defined as “rules set by an official letter from governing legislation” you can argue this until your blue in the face with me, but there is nothing in the law explicitly saying it can’t detach when you take weapon apart. It’s safe to assume gun laws are written for how a complete gun operates assembled. you know what evidence brings me to believe this is 100% kosher? Because it involves a shooter to go through hoops to reload and operate their weapon, which means you’re superceding to their control. I also never said this was legal advice or gospel either, I’m just a regular dude with an FFL. I’ll say it again, you’re an adult you can decide to take what you read or hear. But arguing with me over the internet about it provides little value to no one.
  15. Lord_Fudd

    Is *Insert any semi automatic handgun* legal in NJ?

    What i’m more baffled by is a guy who doesn’t live in NJ is wasting his time arguing about the laws in a state he doesn’t have to comply with anymore. And you wonder why vendors aren’t engaged with this platform more.
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