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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And now virtue signalling enters NASCAR. Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin form a NASCAR team, and wait for it.... pick Bubba Wallace as the driver...
I wonder who the sponsors will be???
....."NBA legend Michael Jordan and three-time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin today announced the formation of a new NASCAR Cup Series race team that will begin competition for the 2021 season. Rising NASCAR star Bubba Wallace has signed a multi-year deal to drive for the yet-to-be-named, single car team."