Guns, Friends, Food.
It doesn't get better than that. Meet other NJGF members, make new friends, shoot your own guns, try out a couple, and then after join us for food. All rentals are FREE with admission fee.
Register online at www.thegunsociety.com
Over 60 people came for our very first #NJSocialShoot at RTSP in May. Our inaugural event was a success!
Join us AGAIN for a casual get together and a chance to shoot some firearms with other like minded people in NJ.
This time, we will have the entire range after hours for our event only, for 2 hours of shooting in a 25 or 16 yard indoor range. Event will begin promptly at 6pm. If this is your FIRST TIME WITH US, please arrive 30 minutes early to fill out waiver forms required for the range.
Location is about 45 min from NYC and Western PA, at RTSP Shooting Range in Randolph, NJ.
FEES: Pre-Registration ONLINE (http://rtsponline.com/new-jersey-social-shoot/): $15 Day of Event: $20 This fee will cover port time and firearm rentals, ammunition will be separate.
Join us after 8pm for food and conversation at a nearby restaurant, The Black River Barn, less than a half mile away.
I've heard almost nothing but good about CZ pistols, and I'm looking to get my mitts on one. I'm debating between the full-size and compact models. Specifically, I'm looking at the CZ 75, SP-01, and various compact models, including the P-01 and 75 compact.
Does anyone have a full-size, compact or both? I'd really like to get hands-on with these pistols before I make a decision. I'm also more than open to listening to your advice and pro/con assessment of both frames.
I've been down this rabbit hole along with a couple of my friends, despite my warnings.
Unless you're shooting competitively or are very knowledgeable about reloading I would warn you away from things like the Ogive Comparator. It introduces a variable that is just not that important to guys that are simply shooting paper, casually, at 300 yards. There are plenty of ways to find out if your ammo is gonna fit with the most important being; it chambers.
It's kind of like getting a borescope. You want to find a good deal on a perfectly fine used barrel? Find a guy that just bought a borescope. It's information overload.
I had all the tools and have since sold them off as they were taking the enjoyment of simply reloading ammo that shoots well and works away from me. I have a press, a Chargemaster, and the necessary components. Nothing more as it's just not necessary to what I do. If I was to get back in to competitive shooting, I'd probably try to get the FX auto trickler. That's about as far as I'd go.
Good luck with whatever you decide to work up.