For sale is a Ruger Mini-14 model 05801 in almost new condition.
About 500rds through it.
Includes all original packaging, 2 x Ruger 5rd magazines, 2 x Ruger 10rd magazines, original scope rings, mounting rail, lock and owners manuals.
Located close to Ramsey Outdoor and Yankee Armorer in Mahwah but willing to drive up to 50 miles to meet at your FFL.
First person to reply with "I'll take it" wins the sale.
As pictured, slip on muzzle device. Flash suppressor? Muzzle brake? The vents do not go 360, no vent on the bottom.
Not sure how to qualify it but with the full size opening I'd venture flash suppressor.
Slip on and then pinned with a roll pin and an allen screw on the bottom.
I had an older model stainless mini (180 series I think), used it on that, don't know about fitment on current models.
$50 shipped priority mail CONUS.
The first to post "I'll take it" establishes the buyer, PM after that.
Looking to sell this new-like Hogue OM Series Soft Rubber OverMolded Rifle Stock for a standard Ruger 10-22.
I'm willing to meet within 10-15 miles of Gloucester City, zipcode 08030.
I'm asking $50.
The 1st "I'll take it" will get the sale.
Springfield XD40 for sale with (6) 10 round magazines. This pistol has never been fired despite having some scratches and abrasions from various optics I have taken on and off of the rails. Original case NOT included.
Willing to travel to any northern or central region gun dealer for transaction.
First person to write "I'll take it" will win the sale.
Ruger just announced the brand new Ruger 57 pistol. There were a few rumors but it is here. Totally impressed that Ruger did this... totally did not expect it. I just got the gun a few weeks ago and enjoyed every moment!
Looking forward to getting a few thousand rounds downrange.
I also covered yesterday's announcement of the Ruger LCP II in 22 LR...
100% agree with you. I wanted it so I could reference it if needed in my phone call. I’m aware it’ll make little to no difference but still wanted to have it.
That said, your link would indicate that the NJ Supreme Court directed the Administrative Director to release this document, thus giving it some weight.
Again, I agree with you, I’m just saying that in a just world the mention of a directive issued by the state Supreme Court should be enough to get them moving.
Again, that is nicely written, but it appears to me that Glenn A. Grant's role as Administrative Director of the New Jersey Courts is advisory. I see nothing to suggest that he has any specific authority to force a Superior Court judge to comply with these rules. I suppose that might be different if Chief Justice Stuart Rabner specifically backed him on a particular issue. AFAIK, Rabner has been silent on this issue, and I am skeptical that will change. As CJack wrote, the directive could certainly be used as evidence against the practices of a judge in a lawsuit, but I don't think that an applicant would enjoy much success in using it on his own to pressure a sitting judge to expedite his or her application. I'd be happy to be wrong on this.
New Jersey Court Rule 1:33 (scroll down to 1:33-3 )