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New S&W M&P15 5.56 AR pistol N.J. legal?

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12 hours ago, Krdshrk said:

Nope.  Multiple disqualifiers.  Magazine Outside the pistol grip + 5.5lbs (88 Oz - well outside the 50oz limit) + "barrel shroud" (forward handguard).  It's a standard AR "pistol" basically and none are NJ Legal.

Okay, thanks.

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