Glock 17 photos
Trusty ol' Glock 17 for sale. 10 rd mag. Lightly used, equipped with Trijicon 3-dot tritiums. Don't really shoot it much anymore since going P320.
Looking for $300. I can meet at RTSP Union or Randolph for the exchange. Valid PP/FPID/No-30 days.
Thanks for looking.
WTS: my Glock 21 Gen 4
Purchased for $607.06 on February 14, 2018 from Gallery of Guns with the Davidson's GuaranteeD Lifetime Warranty.
Never Been Fired! Safe Queen.
Like Factory New.
Stock Factory Poly Sights (Front and Rear)
Three 10 round magazines.
Original Glock Case with four Back Straps, Brush, Rod, Cable Lock, Magazine Loader, and Paperwork.
I'm located in Northern Ocean County. Shore Shot Pistol Range Preferred FFL.
Also, I am willing to travel to your FFL. Ideally, Less than 35 miles one way. Possible, other legal arrangement can be made though.
Purchaser pays for Transfer Fee.
If you're waiting on permits, then I can hold if payment is arranged.
That might be OK for Intrastate but wonder how that’s going to fly out of state? I’d be a little on edge explaining to an out of state LEO, "yes officer my CDL/DL expired but don’t worry our Gov said it’s OK".
Heard of radio this morning Murphy put the brakes on the DMV overnight camping excursions, . I guess the optics on that didn’t look good for the gov.
The point is that you DO have control over your direct dollars and the way you spend them. If you need a new baseball bat or sneakers Nike will get the money for it, and NJ will get the taxes, but you can absolutely keep Dick's out of the loop.
Particularly for guns and ammo sales it would send a direct message to Dick's if their public actions had an impact to their bottom line. In the Wayne, NJ store for example, one of the managers said that firearms/ammo sales dropped off dramatically when corporate made the announcements regarding semi-auto sales (even though Dick's stores didn't carry them). I heard that they don't even sell guns and/or ammo there anymore.
Again, you're free to spend your money any way you see fit, but directly supporting a retailer that is directly advocating against your rights (and an activity that they're luring you in for) doesn't make sense to a lot of people.
Would be like going to Staples to buy copy paper to publish a newsletter while they were actively advocating against free speech for small newsletter publishers.
and that is exactly the point.. money that you spend will end up in the pockets of people that want to limit your rights.. and you absolutely cannot stop it.. I mean as a former NJ resident.. that was literally my life.. pay taxes to a government that not only wants to limit my rights but has the direct power to do so.. and acts on it.. but what can you do about it.. you can limit yourself and try to only purchase from non anti 2A companies.. but to what end.. your money still will go where it goes.. either directly or indirectly..