Yeah there's some drama but I gotta tell you, NJGUNS is absolutely the worse place to get advice. There's way too many greendays and no smoke50s. I.e. They know nothing. It's actually worse, they think they know something. And the hive mentality makes it impossible to any give accurate advice. I used to be fairly active there but figured my time would be better spent here making fun of @zeke fruity meatloaf.
The law states that you can't have a gun with you (N.J.S.2C:39-5), but there are exemptions if you're going to the range. In 2C:39-6 f1 it says that there is an exemption for "A member of any rifle or pistol club.... going to or from a place of target practice." Then in 2C:39-6 f3a it says that there is an exemption for "traveling... directly to or from any target range."
Does anyone know, what is the point of having both clauses in the law? Anyone who's "a member of a rifle or pistol club ... going to or from a target practice" is also "traveling ... directly to or from any target range." So what does the first clause allow for that isn't also allowed for by the second? Am I missing something?