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This exemplifies the stupidity of the left wing nut jobs…..the stupid hurts!  If a prohibited person “buys a gun from a private sale” doing so while prohibited is a criminal charge…but to then carry it concealed is another charge ….not “legally carrying a hidden loaded weapon in our communities”

“This legislation will potentially allow individuals with a criminal history who purchase a gun through a private sale to legally carry a hidden, loaded weapon in our communities," said state Rep. Kimberly Alexander, a Democrat, according to the report.


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Of the 50 states that form are great union, 25 are now permit-less carry,18 states are "Shall-issue" carry regimes and 7 are still "no issue" states. Essentially, 43 out of 50 states allow for civilians to carry with relative ease which totals 86% of the entire US. We (I)  still live in one of the 7 "no issue" states. NJ is simply wrong on this matter and on the wrong side of history! When will SCOTUS get off their asses and issue an affirmative verdict? It's been months already! 

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9 minutes ago, marlintag said:

 When will SCOTUS get off their asses and issue an affirmative verdict? It's been months already! 

They are probably waiting for team Brandon’s anti American appointment to robe up so they can have the vote they want…to not hear it.

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7 minutes ago, GlennS87 said:

If you are not a resident of the state that has constitutional carry can you do it legally as a non-resident when visiting?



Idaho, North Dakota, and Wyoming limit Constitutional Carry to residents only.  Otherwise, for the most part, yes.

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