CNJFO ANNOUNCES HOG HUNT FUNDRAISER! ONLY 10 SPOTS AVAILABLE!
The Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners ( http://www.cnjfo.com/store ) is holding a Hog Hunt on Sunday April 24, 2016 at 7:45 am on Mohr's Island, located just off Bainbridge, PA in the middle of the Susquehanna River. The 150 acre island is home to Mohr's Exotic Island Hunts: http://www.mohrswidowmaker.com and features farm-raised 250-300 pound Hogs that are harvested via a walking and stalking professionally guided Hunt.
I've used only black powder reproduction firearms to harvest the (3) Hogs I have thus far hunted on this great excursion, because I enjoy History and believe using antiques added more to the "fair-chase" aspect of my Hunts. Twice with nothing more than a brace of Uberti Colt Dragoon and Colt Walker Cap and Ball Horse Pistols! The third time I used my .50 cal Lyman Trade Rifle w/ 72 grains of Black Powder pushing a 370 grain T/C Maxi-Ball. In the modern gun arena I've witnessed Hunters using compound bow w/ broadheads, .30-06 bolt-action, 12 ga. slugs, 8mm Mauser, .44 Magnum Ruger rifle, .44 Magnum Ruger Super Blackhawk hand gun, AR-15's w/ .223 and 5.56mm, even a TC Contender w/ a 7 x .30 Waters wildcat cartridge. They all work with good shot placement!
This Hunt is good for a seasoned pro looking to get some exercise OR for the complete Noob that's never hunted before. There's something for everyone and lots of friendly ball-bustin' too! I've hunted the island with teenagers, Moms, and old men. The Guides keep everyone SAFE and well-fed to boot as LUNCH on the island is included. All animals are field-dressed, rinsed-out on the boat ramp and then it's your responsibility to pack in ice (available directly across the street from the boat ramp) and transport to your Butcher. They have a Butcher near them that they recommend, as well as a Taxidermist, and these services need SEPARATE scheduling with the Mohr's Guide Service. ALL services other than the guided Hunt itself are YOUR financial responsibility. Of course a "Hold Harmless" must be signed prior to start of Hunt.
Your investment in this FUN Adventure is just $400 per animal, payable to CNJFO's online Store: http://www.cnjfo.com/store . This fee does NOT include butchering, transportation, ice bags for the animal's cavity OR a generous tip for our handsome Guides, so please plan on these additional expenses. To reserve your spot on this great experience, please have your credit card ready and give us at least a $200 deposit per animal. You'll be invoiced again in late March and mid-April with an additional payment of $100 due for each installment. FULL payment is also an option, so it's entirely up to you!
My Hogs were all processed at V. Roche and Son, Whitehouse Station, NJ, and since I want 1/2 fresh and 1/2 smoked, it runs me approx. $240 (payable 2 weeks after the Hunt, upon pick-up of butchered meats).
Interested parties (corporations and/or individuals) please contact me directly to learn how we can help your business and give you the recognition you deserve as a protector of our cherished Second Amendment freedoms! Those that either can't go due to scheduling conflict or because they choose not to hunt can still help us with financial support in ANY amount!
Please forward all inquiries to me either here or on the CNJFO Hog Hunt Facebook Page:
Thanks all for your friendship and continued support of CNJFO!
David J. "Rosey" Rosenthal, Vice President
Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners
If we are talking pistol grip only, I actually prefer the Raptor grip over a traditional pistol grip nowadays. Just feels a little more comfortable. The brace setup on my TAC-14 uses a regular pistol grip, but I do have a standard grip, if need be.
For stocks, I like something like a Magpul stock. Rather have something more inline with the receiver/barrel.
I have an anderson lower, new that i put together with psa upgraded internals. It has all internals polished including trigger. The only thing i havent done is put the stock on. I do have a pinned stock that can be included. Let me know if interested.
I have an anderson lower built with psa upgraded parts with polished internals and polished trigger. The only thing i havent completed is the stock. I have a pinned stock that i can include. Let me know if interested. Thanks
It's easy when people have no experience with guns so they are scared of them. My mom's always been nervous about guns. Last time she was over, my wife and I shower her our guns and my mom freaked over me having an "assault rifle". I let her hold it and then grabbed some ammo and showed her what .22lr looks like. Let her hold the Beretta and I could see the fear leaving her. It's such a silly thing to fear if you treat it with the respect it deserves.