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    • By Maksim
      Pretty dang good deal for $99 with free shipping.  Lower Parts Kit with trigger group along with a buffer tube, buffer, Magpul MOE stock and pistol grip.  Will need to put a pin in to fix for NJ. 
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      Mil-Spec MOE Stock: A drop-in replacement buttstock using mil-spec sized receiver extension tubes. Rubber butt-pad which prevents shoulder slippage. 
      MOE Trigger Guard: A drop-in replacement rear trigger guard. Features "V" shape for better use of gloves, non-folding, with round edges. 
      MOE+ AR-15 Pistol Grip: combines reinforced polymer body construction with comfortable, wrap-around over-molding for maximum weapon control.
      PSA Classic Lower Parts Kit: Provides the part necessities to assemble your AR lower. By Palmetto State Armory. 
      Mil-Spec Buffer Tube Assembly: 7075 aluminum with buffer springs  
      Link to PSA
    • By IkeBrof1ovski
      So I've got my FID and am looking to purchase a replica MP40 airgun for target practice. This is the gun in question I'm particularly looking at https://www.pyramydair.com/s/m/Umarex_Legends_MP40_CO2_BB_Submachine_Gun/4312
      The gun itself is capable of full auto firing at roughly 450fps. It also includes a 52rd pellet mag. I've read up on the airgun laws and know that airguns are considered firearms under NJ state law, so does that mean every firearm law applies to airguns also or are there exceptions to them where you can purchase any airgun as long as you have an FID?
      Thanks
    • By bobbyj
      for sale is an M&P15 sport 2 (NJ compliant) factory config. except for the magpul MOE grip (black) i will include A2 grip as well in sale if you want it. i put about 1000 - 1500 rounds through it, cleaned after every range trip. comes with 1 - 10 round mag, located in Hamilton sq. asking $550 obo   ---   FPID and DL required
       
       
      also have 4 FDE hexmag 15/30s very little use. $12 each or $40 for all 4
       
       


       

       
       


    • By MichaelDiggs
      My AR is an all MIL-SPEC. I have a basic buffer tube using a castle nut which has a receiver hole for a swivel for a strap. I installed the Magpul MOE MIL-SPEC fixed carbine stock. Installed fine and they even made a special adapter that didn't cover the swivel hole so I can mount a swivel there! Awesome. The way it holds on to the buffer tube is horrible. It's just one small bolt that installs across the bottom of the buffer tube and even with loctite the damn thing kept coming lose and start to pull off, since I could see the space and castle nut more and more. I also had a Strike Industries Viper fixed stock. Had a better install system but the damn cap that you put on first COVERS the damn swivel hole for my sling adapter. Why the heck would they do that? Also, what's even more odd is that cap doesn't even fit properly over the castle nut and swivel hole. Just don't get it. I watched the dude on youtube.com install it and of course it worked perfect. Here is that video. I'll also attach a picture or two showing you what it looks like on my buffer tube. Something is off somewhere. Then I eventually find out all those slots and holes on the stock aren't for mounting anything but snap hooks which I hate. I wonder why they just couldn't include a damn swivel QD hole or something. Anyway I'l eventually make a call to Strike to find out why their adapter isn't fitting my buffer tube and covering my swivel attachment hole. That is exactly where I wanted to mount my swivel for my strap but can't do it with this stock. I'll just need to use this one temporarily, return the badly made MOE fixed stock that doesn't stay on and keep on looking. Pictures attached as well.
      Cap not fitting over castle nut and swivel hole
      Second pic of cap not fitting over
       
    • By homewrecker07
      Was wondering if this stock is legal in NJ. I visited the branchburg Heritage Guild looking for a 10/22 to mod and was informed they basically stopped selling 10/22 AR style stocks and was threaten with getting their license pulled because of them. I wonder if this stock would apply also.
       
      http://www.hightowerarmory.com/default.asp
       
      It seems it would only check 1 of the evils for "maybe" having a pistol style grip or the plastic shroud over the barrel might be another.
       
      Thoughts?
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    • A series..... that’s different for Star Wars.
    • Or, I'll just keep reloading, because I'm doing fine and have decent people to learn new things from. Not guys who act pompous and tell you to quit the first mistake you make, trying to make themselves feel superior.
    • You still don't get it. .223 Rem IS A HIGH PRESSURE ROUND.  50,000 PSI is nothing to be trifled with when you don't know what the f*ck you're doing. Do yourself a favor - buy and use factory ammo. The life you save may well be your own.
    • No, it's not. The problem had nothing to do with pressure. I knew it then and I know that now. They weren't high pressure rounds. Knowing now that the issue was just the shoulder, it would have been fine. Experienced loaders I know say the same thing. But I didn't do it at the time because I didn't know the exact issue. There's a difference between not knowing the actual issue and trying to force it work and knowing the exact issue and knowing what the effects of it will cause.
    • Recently pulled off a Modern Material SBF.    Mil spec trigger which I believe MM may have polished up a bit.  Takedown pins Bolt catch lever  charging handle  Magpul Grip  Safety Selector  End plate  take it all for $50 pick up in Piscataway or il ship it for an additional $8   
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