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  1. These will be in NJ Stores soon. Description 100% MADE IN AMERICA. All MODMAT rifles are made from domestic parts and assembled in New Jersey. Fully NJ and Federally compliant when purchased as a FIREARM. Total OAL 26.1″ w/ SB Tactical SBA3 Brace in closed position CERAKOTE FINISH: Blackened Cobalt, Slate Grey Burgundy Bronze, Patriot Brown or Sniper Green. MM Exit 5.56 V2 Muzzle Brake virtually eliminates muzzle climb while shooting. Designed and manufactured in New Jersey. Has NATO grooves for installation of blast shield or silencer. Ballistic Advantage 5.56 Government Profile, 11.5″ Carbine length AR15, Modern Series Barrel. Machined from 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium steel with a QPQ corrosion resistant finish and M4 feed ramp extension. Ballistic Advantage .750″ pinned Lo-Pro Gas Block with QPQ corrosion resistant finish. Modern Materiel 10″ ultralight free float hand guard – Full Picatinny top rail and M-LOK mounting in 3, 6 & 9 o’clock positions. Domestic 8620 M16 Bolt Carrier Group and 9310 bolt with QPQ corrosion resistant finish. Flattop Upper Receiver – 7075 T6 forged aluminum with ejection port cover and brass deflector. MM Lower Receiver – 7075 T6 forged aluminum with magwell texture and integrated trigger guard. Magpul MOE pistol grip with extended trigger reach for more precise trigger control. Magpul MOE MVG M-LOK vertical fore grip. SB Tactical™ Pistol Stabilizing Brace (SB3) – provides all of the advantages of a handgun, but with a third point of contact — adding greater stability, accuracy and control. Also includes: One 10/30-round Mission First Tactical (MFT) magazine.
  2. A fellow forum was asking about a display case for his wife’s pistol I believe. So I decided after seeing some display cases for insane prices, to make my own out of more or less cheap prices. This one will be for my Nighthawk Custom Falcon 1911. I started out with a humidor I had when I was on a cigar kick with the club. Humidors make perfect cases for your gun. Why? Its designed to keep moisture in so your cigars don’t dry out. Ones that are well made have a nice tight seal. ‘But John, we don’t want to keep moisture in. It will hurt the gun’. Correctomundo! But using it to keep moisture out works too! If you are not a cigar smoker, a humidor keeps the cigars from drying out by putting a moisture pad inside. We simply won’t be using the moisture pad nor the cheapo humidity gauge they usually give you. So lets start. One used but still in great shape humidor with glass lid. If you don’t have one, you can pick up something decent for about $50. I added a lik leather NH tag to use to open lid. They are air tight and easier to open with something to grab. If you use a humidor, they sometimes come with a lil shelf and divider. Toss them. Next, we added a little antique bronze clasp. 5 for $12 on Amazon. They come with tiny wood screws. You’ll need a jeweler type phillips head and a small awl to start a hole. Do not screw in without a starter hole. Also a mini pad lock with skeleton key. Next, you’ll want something to lay in there like velvet. I chose purple velvet. Rather than buy it by the yard, I actually got 2 - 14”x14” pillow shams with zippers on Amazon for about $11... This is a lot cheaper than buying it by the yard plus you don’t gave to sew anything. Just stuff it and zip it. You will need something to stuff it. That is your choice. I already had a bag of poly fill from another project. You can even rio open al old pillow and use the guts. Next is rechargeable Silica packs. I got a 25 count bag cheap also on Amazon. I chose to line the bottom of the case and also throw some inside the sham. Once you beat it and adjust it to get in the right position, you can see how the gun sits and adjust as needed. Next is optional and not cheap. I picked up 2 - Sensor Push bluetooth temp/humidity sensors for $50 each. One for the box and one for my safe. After calibrating them and pairing them to my phone, I inserted one into the display case. You don’t have to do this but I’m a bit of a tech nerd so.... [emoji6] You can also use a cheap digital one too. This one transmits data and stores 20 points which you can set alarms in the app if moisture increases. Kind of more important in my safe but....[emoji16] Here is a sample of the data. I just put them in so it will take time to level off. That’s pretty much it. Outside of the sensors, its cheap, easy and looks great. You can fo crazy with it or go simple. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. On Black Friday Reloaderz is having an open house. We plan on visiting and will give a report. Friday, November 23, 2018 at 10 AM – 8 PM
  4. After over a year since planning approval, Reloaderz NJ's range in Wayne seems to be on its way. It is located at the old Fuddrucker's site on Rt. 23 South. Construction has been slow but a new sign promising "coming soon" has been erected. Their website had little information but they are accepting emails for notifications when they are open for business. I live very close but I'm worried they will be as expensive as GFH in Woodland Park. Here's hoping...
  5. Pre-Owned Sig Sauer P320 9mm Compact RX with Night Sights $575.00 plus NJ Nics (15.00) and NJ Tax Gently Used. 100% Condition, Low Round Count. Sig Upgraded Trigger Original Box and Accessories. Stock Photo, Actual photo to be uploaded shortly.
  6. For Sale: Hammerli Xesse 115mm 22lr - Pre-Owned $570.00 plus NJ Nics (15.00) and NJ Tax Mint condition. Universal Hi-Grip, Adjustable rear sight, Positive double-pull trigger ,10-shot magazine, Disassembly possible without tools ,Comes with a plastic case and second magazine
  7. ****NEW YEARS SALE**** Servo Group Tactical has their 2018 NJ course schedule up... Jan 1- Jan 5 15% off all Servo classes for 2018 training year. stay lethal... www.servogrouptactical.net
  8. New in Box Beretta 92 INOX $690.00 plus NJ Nics (15.00) and NJ Tax these have been impossible to find for months.. PRICE: $690.00 MODEL: 92FS Inox CALIBER: 9mm CAPACITY: 10+1 BARREL: 4.9" ACTION: Double / Single Action LENGTH: 8.5" SAFETY: Slide Mounted Manual/Decocker SIGHTS: Fixed FINISH: Stainless
  9. New In Box Wilson Combat / Beretta 92G Centurion Tactical 9mm $1300.00 Plus NJ Nics and NJ Tax The 92G Centurion Tactical merges our award winning, high-performance Brigadier Tactical enhanced frame with a shorter, 4.25” Centurion slide to create the ideal everyday carry Beretta 9mm pistol. The first time ever offered by Beretta in this special configuration-exclusively from Wilson Combat! SPECIFICATIONS M9A1 Frame with 92A1 Round Trigger Guard Profile and Improved Checkering Shortened 92G Vertec Slide Enhanced Slide to Frame Fit Ameriglo “Hackathorn” Design Tritium with Orange Ring, Dovetail Front Sight Stainless Barrel with Recessed Crown, 4.3”, Black Bruniton Finish Oversize Steel Magazine Release Skeletonized Elite II hammer D Hammer Spring Wilson Combat Mag Guide Wilson Combat Rear U-Notch Battlesight G10 Gray/Black ULTRA THIN Grips with Wilson Combat Logo Medallion Wilson Combat Logo on Slide Two 17rd and one 20rd Beretta magazines (pinned to 15rds for NJ) G Configuration Ambidextrous Decocker Only All Steel Components (decocker, trigger, magazine release, guide rod) Checkered Frontstrap and Backstrap Beveled Magazine Well Rail for Mounting Light or Laser that Accepts All Popular Models Special Serial Number Range with WC Prefix IDPA Stock Service Pistol Approved USPSA Production Division Approved
  10. New in Box CZ-USA CZ P-10 Compact $470.00 Plus NJ Nics and NJ Tax BRAND: CZ-USA PRICE: $470.00 MODEL: CZ P-10 Compact (01520) CALIBER: 9mm CAPACITY: 10+1 BARREL: 4.02" ACTION: Double Action Only LENGTH: 7.3" SAFETY: Firing Pin Block/Trigger WEIGHT: 26 oz. SIGHTS: Fixed 3-Dot FINISH: Black Polycoat
  11. GAPP

    AR-15 pistol?

    Has anyone here ever successfully built one? What parts did you use to stay under the 50oz maximum?
  12. Hello all, My name is Ryan Quirk and I am the owner of Servo Group Tactical. I registered on here some time ago however would like to become an official vendor however am unsure on how to do so. I messaged one individual I was told to contact but it hasn't been read. Just looking for some insight so I can post future courses we are hosting in NJ and PA. thanks in advance, stay safe and hope to see you soon, Ryan CEO Servo Group LLC www.servogrouptactical.net
  13. CZ-USA 75 Sp-01 9mm $675.00 Plus 15.00 nics and NJ Tax MODEL: CZ 75 SP-01 CALIBER: 9mm STOCK/FRAME: Black Synthetic CAPACITY:15+1 BARREL: 4.72 ACTION: Double / Single Action LENGTH: 8.1 SAFETY: Manual,Safety Stop,Firing Pin WEIGHT: 2.6 lbs SIGHTS: Fixed Tritium Night Sights FINISH: Black Polycoat
  14. Factory New Glock 19 Gen 4 with Laser $565.00 Plus NJ Nics and Tax. CALIBER:9mm STOCK/FRAME:Black Polymer CAPACITY:15+1 BARREL:4 ACTION:Safe Action SAFETY:3 Safeties WEIGHT: 24 oz. SIGHTS:Fixed FINISH:Gas Nitride EXTRAS:Includes Viridian E Series Red Laser Installed.
  15. Hello, Just want to clarify a few things that aren't evident to me procedurally, from my reading other discussions... 1) Based upon an assumed approval for an extension of permits, the most permits you can request if adhering to a single purchase per 30 days is 5. This allows sequential 30 day buys, i.e. day 1, 31, 61, 91, 121 and 151. Day 181 is not allowable under any circumstances. That isn't really a question, I believe this is fairly well established. 2) Given the schedule in #1, what defines day #1? Is it the day the PD chief signs/approves the permits, or is it the day they are picked up? 3) If one desired to have an exception to acquire more than one pistol in a 30 day window, does this re-start the 30 day clock for regular purchases? For example, say I purchased a pistol on day 1, then exercised my exemption to buy more for the purpose of building a collection on, say, day 15. Since I was buying on the basis of an approved exception, is the next allowable window for a regular purchase day 31 or day 45? 4) If I had a desire to buy three pistols per #3, say one for range use and two as collectibles, does the exemption list all three, or just the two for the collection? To make this interesting, as an example, say I wanted to buy an off the shelf revolver, and then an 1800s colt and a 1700s flintlock pistol. The fact that serial numbers are needed aside, the two that one would buy under exception are the colt and the flintlock. but to exercise the exception, and acquire a suitable range gun, do all three go on for the exception or just two? What if they are all from different vendors? 5) If there is a collectible that I desire to acquire, and do not desire to request exceptions, is it allowable to purchase the firearm (i.e. nothing precludes you from buying a gun if you do not take possession), have it shipped to my FFL (assuming they are agreeable to holding it), and then pick it up when the clock allows? 6) Is it best practice to provide the exception request for multiple purchases at the time of initial permit paperwork submission? Ive seen some posts indicate yes, but others that indicate that procedurally the exemption is different. Thanks for your time and insight!
  16. So my PD, like most in the state, can take a few months to issue my pistol permits. My problem is that I like to periodically browse for handguns to purchase. Now, for an online sale, I can buy and have it sit at my FFL until the permit matures. The problem for me arises when it comes to a private/face to face sale. If I want to buy and avoid FFL and NICS fees, it would mean that I'd need a pistol permit ready. But since they can take months to process, this is rarely the case. Obviously one solution is to involve a FFL and pay more fees. One other solution is to just apply for pistol permits every 6 months since they are valid for that long (including extension). This way I suppose I could always be ready for a local NJ private sale (and let them expire if I don't find anything I like)... Would there be any legal problems with this? Any other ideas or solutions? What do you do if you like to buy pistols relatively often?
  17. I've started perusing 1911's and I've noticed that one I'm considering comes with or without a threaded barrel. Is there any point in spending extra cash on the version with the threaded barrel in NJ?
  18. I was debating putting this in the Handgun or the Shotgun forum. Mods, if you think it will get better traffic there, please move it. So, my buddy just picked one of these up after a long back and forth conversation with NJSP. They said he was good to go as long as it was on a Pistol Permit: http://www.blackacestactical.com Thought some of you guys may be interested. I have no clue as to the quality, reliability, or function of this platform. I just thought it was cool that it was good to go in NJ. A rare exception to the "If you have to ask in Jersey" clause.
  19. Hey all, I am really busy these days was wondering if anyone has the new Fair lawn permit applications scanned or PDFed somewhere. I have the old packet but it has changed. thanks
  20. Hey Guys, I am thinking about buying a Salient...But before I spend 4 times the price of a new glock, i need some intel and opinions...Please text me 732-245-7844... Thanks in advance, Joe
  21. So.... Watching my favorite guy, Hickok45..... And he had this cool upper that converts your glock pistol frame into a carbine. Wondering if these are legal in this great state? Link to the manufacture is below, also, I provided a link to the youtube video. I love that guy! http://www.mechtechsys.com/glock.php
  22. For anyone interested in getting training from Rob Pincus, he will be running a course next Monday and Tuesday at Shooters Sporting Center in Little Egg Harbor. For more info and registration, please look at http://www.icetraining.us/calendar.html or contact me directly for any additional info.
  23. GAPP is offering two low light courses... low light pistol on May 4 and low light long arm on May 18, both at Shooters Sporting Center in Little Egg Harbor. Low light shooting is a difficult skill to master and something everyone concerned with personal protection should be trained for. In these courses, students will learn how to use low light or no light conditions to their advantage, how to shoot from cover, different lighting options, and different hold techniques... and ofcourse live fire. For more information and registration info, go to http://gappnj.com/upcoming_courses/low_light
  24. The Marine Corps League Dept of NJ is holding it's 3 Gun Aggregate Pistol competition this Sunday March 23 at the Union County Police pistol range at 0830. for more information and course of fire please go to: www.whdmclmarksmen.info and navigate to the schedules & scores page all shooters welcome.
  25. I have set up an NRA First Steps Pistol Class at Shooters in Little Egg Harbor, NJ on Feb., 8, 2014 from 2pm - 5:30pm. The instructor is Kharis Sepulvida who is a NRA certified instructor. Kharis has hosted a number of training courses that forum members here have attended, he is very personable, safety conscious and very easy to learn from. Class size is limited to 6 people for this class. Here is the course description from his website: Course Description The NRA FIRST Steps (Firearm Instruction, Responsibility, and Safety Training) Pistol program is designed to provide a hands-on introduction to the safe handling and proper orientation of one specific firearm model. This course provides an introduction to firearms safety, handling, and shooting skills. It is an ideal program for new pistol owners. This course satisfies the requirements to obtain a concealed carrying permit in various states. (Please check your local laws and regulations for information pertaining to the application process.) Textbook and course material are provided. It is recommended that the student bring their own handgun with at least 50 rounds of factory loaded ammunition. If, for an extra fee, a handgun and ammunition needs to be provided, please provide advanced notification. Cost: $160 ($50 deposit required to register for the class) If you are interested please post here and I will inbox you with registration info.
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