After 20+ years seniority as Yankees Season ticket holder, I painfully canceled my tickets and closed my account (lost all the perks that came with it, kids running the bases, play catch in the outfield etc). I watch sports to forget and escape from all the nonsense going on and my problems for 2-3 hours.
Alas, even in baseball politics are front and center spammed all over our face. I don't want to enrichen the pockets of these spoiled brats who don't know any civics or how our country works. No one kneels to the flag and I don't care who you are! If we want the teams to be serious people need to stop watching or hurt them with their pockets.
Thank you and God Bless!
Long time hand gun shooter, but new to AR style firearms. I have been doing a ton of research and am interested in purchasing a "Other" firearm specifically a Troy A4. I understand what makes a "other" firearm, and why.
Excuse my ignorance but by design the Other has a adjustable brace which is not designed to be shouldered. And from what I understand you are not allowed to or only under certain circumstances("sporadic, incidental, or situational")? But every video I have watched of someone firing a "other" firearm has it on their shoulder like any other rifle.
I am referencing this blog which was about the only 2020 related article I could find regarding the ATF's stance. But how does that apply in NJ?
So if I purchase one, and bring it to the range, and I going to be called out for shouldering it?
Like I said please dont flame me too much Im new, and just trying to understand this tricky world of NJ gun laws.
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