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This is my first time posting in the forum. After having searched through both this forum and the inner-webs, in general for information pertaining to the legality of this this particular stock, I have seemingly gotten nowhere, so I figured I'd post/ask about it here.
The stock in question is the Strike Industries Viper Modular Fixed Stock and I am trying to find out if it would count as having one of the "offending features" within the state of NJ?
The stock definitely does not fold, and it does not appear to qualify as telescoping under the traditional sense. The length of pull IS adjustable by means of spacers inserted between the castle nut and the actual stock, BUT the adding/removing of these spacers requires using a hex wrench to completely disassemble the stock first.
My questions are:
Do any of you currently have/use this particular stock here in the State of NJ?
Do you think this stock would qualify as one of NJ's offending features, or at least look "different-enough" to put one under risk of enhanced scrutiny and possible arrest if one had it on their AR-15?
I had one gunsmith tell me that stocks must be permanently pinned (not true, since the only thing I recall as needing to be permanent is the muzzle brake) and I also had a representative from U.S. Law Shield tell me that he "Didn't think it would count as an offending feature, but in the State of NJ who knows?"
Looking forward to the replies.
It works fine if you use just one PROVIDED you determine which switch is the first in the series and install the TP-Link in that location. In case you don't know how to do that, this procedure will work. Kill power at breaker and open up both existing switches. Take the hot wire off both switches and separate it from other wires. Make sure it is not touching other stuff and then turn power back on. With a non-contact voltage tester see which wire is hot, only one will be - that is where you want the new switch.
Yes this will work in a four-way application (three switches), that is what I have in my kitchen. I want to install one in an application where there are four switches and I expect it will work but have yet to do that. Just ordered a few more today to do just that.