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New Jersey Arms Collectors Club - April 20, 8pm at Kenilworth Veterans Center

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Regular Meeting, Doors Open at 7:00pm. Guest Fee: $5.

· Presentation at 8:00pm: The Other Krag by Will Jones. The presentation will focus on Krag Rifles other than the US .30/40 Krag

 

 

· On Display: Guns of Spain and South America

 

Kenilworth Veterans Center 
33 21st Street South 
Kenilworth, NJ 07033 


Garden State Parkway to Exit 138, Kenilworth.  

Alternate Route (North West Jersey) 
Turn LEFT (West) on Kenilworth Boulevard.
Go Three Lights to 21st Street South. Turn LEFT. 
Hall is about 100 yards on Right -- Parking is on left, opposite hall. 

 

Route I-287 South to Route 24 East. Route 24 East to JCN I-78 East (Bear Right) Exit for Route 124 West Springfield. About 1 mile from ramp are two sets of traffic lights.  Stay in Right Lane, DO NOT TURN. Procede through the light onto Meisel Ave (509). Follow signs for Parkway.  Meisel Ave becomes Kenilworth Blvd, continue Straight (509 Turns Right and goes to Westfield) (First Light past Kenilworth High School)Turn right on 21st Street South. 

 
Alternate Route (From Route 22 East) 

Turn RIGHT on Michigan Ave (McDonalds on corner). 
Turn RIGHT at First Light onto Kenilworth Blvd 
Turn LEFT at next light onto 21st Street South. 
Hall is about 100 yards on Right -- Parking is opposite hall on left.

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Went to the meeting last night as a guest. Some interesting stuff on tables; good convos about historic and modern firearms; and an interesting presentation on the Battle of Connecticut Farms, which took place right in the area. I'll definitely be back to check out the Krag presentation in April.

 

 

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Regular Meeting scheduled for Thursday April 20, 2017
Kenilworth Veterans Center
Doors open at 7:00pm

Presentation:  The Other Krag -  Krag Rifles other than the US 30/40 Issue  - by  Will Jones

On Display:   Rifles of Spain and South America

Hope to see you there.

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