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CNJFO TO HOLD SPORTING CLAYS FUNDRAISER AT LEHIGH VALLEY SPORTING CLAYS ON 8-11-19!

CNJFO's SUNDAY AUG 11TH CLAYS REG IS NOW OPEN!
TOURNEY TO BE HELD AT LEHIGH VALLEY SPORTING CLAYS!
by Black Wire Media Wednesday June 5, 2019 www.cnjfo.com/join-us

Registration OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! CASH PRIZE to the WINNER! CNJFO invites you to our summer fundraiser to FIGHT BAD GUN LAW! Learn the latest NJ 2A info, mingle with our members, supporters & vendors, and help our VP celebrate his 60th birthday (yes there will be CAKE)! Proceeds to benefit CNJFO's Lawsuit Matching Funds Program (that has donated $17K thus far!) & our General Fund. Included: Continental breakfast, ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BBQ, 100 bird course at 16 picturesque stations surrounding Lehigh's limestone quarry, a golf cart per squad, 50-50, raffles for PRIZES & a souvenir t-shirt! Sponsorship opportunities--vendors welcome! To REGISTER: www.cnjfo.com/event-3376841

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  • 44 How important is it for you to have your next pistol be "Optics Ready?"

    1. 1. How important is it for you to have your next pistol be "Optics Ready?"


      • Very, (Do not want to pay for slide cutting, Looks cool, etc.)
      • Neutral (don't have a preference either way)
      • Not at all (not a feature I am looking for).
    2. 2. How much are you willing to pay for "Optics ready"? (i.e. gun is cut for an optic)


      • Up to $50
      • $50 to $100
      • $100 to $200
      • $250 or more
      • None. If it is not standard part of the gun, not willing to pay more for a model with it.
    3. 3. Why are you looking for Optics Ready?


      • Planning on adding optic.
      • Want to have the option just in case
      • n/a
    4. 4. Why do you want to add an optic?


      • Looks cool/tactical or someone told me I should
      • Need it for deteriorating eyesight.
      • To compete in certain gun games (USPSA Carry Optics)
      • Other Reasons

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    • Look into the Pelican Storm cases and Vaults. They are cheaper and well made. I also carry the Plano Weather Guard cases.
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