Mossy500

Getting a shotgun as a gift from cousin in VA

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Edit Why remove the links?

 

Why does anyone buy anything from him?

 

For the record he had nothing to do with the construction of the range other than testifying at the zoning meeting. He didn't build anything nor is he an owner. Yet in the article he talks about the range he is building.

 

 

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yeah - and I pulled my comment simply because I didn't want to jack them up or drag everyone here thru his muck.

 

Screw him he deserves it for being compliant in further restricting of our Second Amendment Rights. I have zero tolerance for anyone that has a negative impact on my rights.

 

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On 1/1/2018 at 4:26 PM, nexnfx said:

I'm in the Ringwood/West Milford area in Passaic County.

Looks like Thunder Mt. does charge $70 for the NICS + FFL transfers..

Thanks for sharing that Google Doc. Bookmarked!

Keep me in mind, I'm in the Oak Ridge section of West Milford and charge $40 including NICS for transfers - and would never make you throw out part of a perfectly legal firearm........

On 1/1/2018 at 4:26 PM, nexnfx said:

 

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9 hours ago, Oakridgefirearms said:

Keep me in mind, I'm in the Oak Ridge section of West Milford and charge $40 including NICS for transfers - and would never make you throw out part of a perfectly legal firearm........

Well then.. stopping by soon.

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6 minutes ago, siderman said:

Been there several times, good place. Bonus- if you get stuck waiting for nics you can shop around for some supplies for any landscaping projects  lol.

lol sounds perfect- looking to update landscape lighting for my place.

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12 hours ago, siderman said:

Been there several times, good place. Bonus- if you get stuck waiting for nics you can shop around for some supplies for any landscaping projects  lol.

Materials are frozen solid and snow covered right now, but it's never to early to "think spring" LOL

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