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I've been stationed in Jersey for about a year and a half now and for the most part it's not a whole lot different from cali(where i'm from). I applied for my FPID/P2P in June and got the call yesterday to go pick it up today :danced: It took a total of 41 days for North Hanover township pd. Had no problems with them at all. I've browsed thru the forums for quite some time now and I can honestly say that i'd be lost without ya'll. My hat goes off to you guys. Hopefully soon I can put this permit to use :icon_mrgreen:

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@Ray~ I've got my eyes set on the cz sp-01 phantom... have yet to shoot it but it felt great in my hands and loved how it points. Luckily I live on base housing that's off base lol, or else i'd have to store it in the armory on base which is a firearm owners nightmare.


@Krdshrk~ Yeah I sure lucked out to get on the 17's... i'd hate to be on the c-5's :roulette: How does he like flying the 135? I love how they look.

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Welcome to the forum from Toms River and thank you for your service. I appear to be in the flight path to McGuire and love seeing the big planes flying by. On a rare occasion we see a couple of low flying A-10s or fighter jet thumb.gif

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