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    • By Maksim
      I get emails from Davidson's and other distributors.  This week they are having a special on HK P30L in 40 S&W for $469.  Assume + shipping + dealer markup.

      Also seems like a deal? on M9A3.

      Also, the Walther Creed is $249.  This was actually a really nice gun when I got to play with it at Shot Show.  Surely better than the lower end Smiths, etc.

       
    • By Maksim
      For Cyber Monday, Beretta is offering 30% off, site wide, on orders of $250 or more.
      One of the things they sell is magazines, such as for the 92FS and others.
      Right now you can triple dip on the discounts.
      Both the 15rnd and 10 rnd are on sale for $26, down from $36 and $29.  If you buy two or more, they go down to $24.
      If you buy 11, taking your total to over $250, you can use the Black Friday/Cyber Monday discount of 30% off, coupon code BF18.  This brings it down to $184.80 for 11 magazines, free shipping!

      Link to Sale
    • By Kuryakin
      Beretta PX4 Storm .45ACP Special Duty Tactical.

      Excellent condition. Approx. 450 rounds through the gun.

      Comes with everything you see in the pictures:

      3 magazines, 1 flush 9rd, and to 10rd extended,
      Original Pelican case, cleaning kit, manuals, oils, etc;
      Streamlight TLR-1,
      Safariland Level 2 holster (drop leg, mid-ride, and molle mounting options).

      $800 O.B.O.







    • By MiniArms
      The scale: 1: 5
      The caliber: 2mm
      Weight: 27 g
      How do you like it? The gun is made of nickel-based metal, which has the same hardness as weapon steel, but it is corrosion-resistant. It doesn’t require additional care, which distinguishes it from weapon steel. The guaranteed resource of the gun is 1000 shots. 
      10 special cartridges with hardened steel bullets. Such bullets do not deform when they hit any surface, they punch through even metal sheets, for example, cola cans. 
      Look at this gun in action:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDknabx_Jcg&feature=youtu.be

    • By remixer
      New in Box Beretta 92 INOX
      $690.00 plus NJ Nics (15.00) and NJ Tax
      these have been impossible to find for months..

      PRICE: $690.00
      MODEL:  92FS Inox
      CALIBER: 9mm
      CAPACITY: 10+1
      BARREL: 4.9"
      ACTION: Double / Single Action
      LENGTH: 8.5"
      SAFETY: Slide Mounted Manual/Decocker
      SIGHTS: Fixed
      FINISH: Stainless

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    • My understanding is that if SCOTUS rules against NY it isn't the ability to transport guns per se that would benefit us, it is the fact that the decision will very likely be with the declaration that laws restricting the Second Amendment would be subject to strict scrutiny for judicial review rather than just intermediate scrutiny.   If that is the case, then it would be huge.  Every case of appeal to NJ's gun laws could potentially overturn those draconian laws we are held under.
    • ^^^THIS^^^ Additionally, the NYSR&PC case also has meaning for NJ's infamous "To & From" Law which requires an exemption for NJ gun owners in order to transport LEGALLY! What we all tend to forget in NJ (perhaps because we're all so USED to BEING INFRINGED) is that statutorily ALL GUNS ARE ILLEGAL, and merely exist in the hands of us serfs due to the benevolence of our Masters through EXCEPTIONS & EXEMPTIONS.  So if SCOTUS ruling declares ownership & transportation to ranges in your own state to be lawful, NJ's entire House of Cards could come crashing down.  It all depends on how the majority opinion is written & how narrow the interpretation actually IS.  IF it's far-reaching and NOT narrow, we could see BIG changes to ownership, practice and transportation laws here in NJ! As a 2A Leader, I understand fully that every time SCOTUS grants CERT on a 2A case, it can mean a better or worse reality for the entire nation's gun owners.  I therefore am very hopeful that we in NJ may see some relief from our current status-quo. Rosey
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