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Old 12-30-2012, 01:18 PM   #376
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Sorry Jim, but I'm gonna call BS on that. Take a video showing you not shifting your grip to drop a mag. No way in hell that's gonna happen without you rotating the pistol.
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:08 PM   #377
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I stand corrected and will proceed to eat my own foot, though I believe that is the most awkward mag drop motion I have ever seen, and still believe it to be a horrible setup. Thanks for showing the empty chamber and mag in the beginning!

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Old 12-30-2012, 02:18 PM   #378
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Lol, No problem man. It is a little awkward at first and takes some getting used to, but it doesn't seem to inhibit any grip or cause any issues. I don't think there'd be any mistaken mag drops as you need to lower it instead of press it in. In addition its shaped/molded into the trigger guard. Some of the models have a very short mag lever but most are that length including mine
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:04 AM   #379
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In case any of you are in the market for a pellet gun for yourself or younger family member...

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Also, if anyone is looking for a small handgun safe, Meijer.com gunvault safes are on sale:

http://www.meijer.com/s/sporting-goo...mjunct&view=96

A couple of good deals I noticed...

http://www.meijer.com/s/gunvault-mul...mpid=commjunct

http://www.meijer.com/s/gunvault-spe...mpid=commjunct
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Old 01-04-2013, 07:49 PM   #380
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After some review I think I am going with the 40 S&W and I am really leaning towards the G23 gen 4. It felt real nice in my hand. Anything I else I should absolutely check out before I get one.
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Old 01-04-2013, 07:53 PM   #381
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Wasn't a big fan of the 35?
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:54 PM   #382
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After some review I think I am going with the 40 S&W and I am really leaning towards the G23 gen 4. It felt real nice in my hand. Anything I else I should absolutely check out before I get one.
SIG Pro 2022, which is what I just bought. They're $389 brand new. Bought it from Hoffman's in CT.
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:35 AM   #383
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Gun - Remora Holsters 25% off w/ Code "newyear25"

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Old 01-07-2013, 10:36 AM   #384
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AR-15 30 Round Steel mags with Coupon code $18.70

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(Obviously those of us in NY can't own these as they are not "pre ban" but CT residents can. Not sure about NJ laws, but probably same as NY.)
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:15 AM   #385
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In NJ we cannot own any magazines over 15 rounds, pre-ban or not. Our state AWB wording was literally plagiarized by Biden and friends when they wrote the text for what became the 1994 AWB.

NJ firearms laws are written in vague terms. Some people buy 20 round AK and AR magazines that have been permanently altered (pinned and welded) so they can only hold 15 rounds. These magazines are legal in the sense that no one has been prosecuted for possessing them (yet).
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:24 AM   #386
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NY is 10 rounds but we're able to own pre ban mags. However, most cops don't know every detail on how to differentiate between a pre ban mag and post ban so you'll likely have to prove it in court regardless. When I go for target practice in NY I bring my 10 round mags just to be safe. If I go to a range in CT, I bring my pre ban 30 rounders since everyone has them there and I won't stick out like a sore thumb.
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:12 AM   #387
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The burden of proof is on the state for pre-ban mags but lately, why bother if only for the ranges.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:14 PM   #388
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Range time is expensive. It's nice to not have to stop and reload after 10 rounds. When I was teaching my wife to shoot, the first thing I did was teach her to load magazines
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:23 PM   #389
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So true. Having private property to shoot on in such a great benefit. I hardly go to ranges unless I'm with a group of friends or renting something I don't already own.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:45 PM   #390
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Cool study done. Took this from OT.

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Comprehensive 10,000 round scientific comparison of Wolf, Tula, Brown Bear, and Federal .223 in the AR.

http://www.luckygunner.com/labs/bras...el-cased-ammo/

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Federal: zero malfunctions, dirtiest
Brown Bear: 9 malfunctions, gas key and tube completely filled with carbon at 5k and had to be replaced
Wolf: 15 malfunctions
Tula: DNF, ended up being shot through several rifles. Not enough gas port pressure.

Both the BB and Wolf barrels were shot out by 6000 rounds. Federal rifle's barrel showed wear, but was still serviceable at 10k
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Quick question, I want to get my gun permit. What are steps? Thank you
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Posting from my phone so I can't see your location. Your best bet is to search your county and "pistol permit." So if you're in Westchester, search "Westchester county pistol permit" and you should find your answer quickly.
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I live Passaic county. Thank you
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Old 01-09-2013, 10:51 AM   #395
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Go to the county clerk or google pistol clerk - I think Jersey takes about 6-9 months for a handgun. I live in NY, so do not know all the rules. The pistol clerk website should have everything you need.
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Old 01-09-2013, 12:01 PM   #396
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Are you looking to purchase a handgun or just a long gun?

1) Visit your local police department, if you don't have a local PD, you'll need to go to your nearest State Police barracks.

2) They'll have you fill out SP-66 (Mental health records search) and STS-033 (Firearms Purchaser ID Card/Handgun Purchase Permit). On form STS-33 you have the option to indicate how many handgun purchase permits you want.

[Legally these are the only 2 forms you are required to fill out, however many local PD's have their own processes....]

3) You'll need to be fingerprinted. (They will tell you if they do the printing, but most likely you'll setup an appt with sagem-morpho.)

4) Submit all the paperwork and wait! The admin code/statute says they have 30-days to grant/deny your application. However depending on the town you could have a few month wait. Check out this thread and see if your town is listed:

http://njgunforums.com/forum/index.p...-requirements/
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Are you looking to purchase a handgun or just a long gun?

1) Visit your local police department, if you don't have a local PD, you'll need to go to your nearest State Police barracks.

2) They'll have you fill out SP-66 (Mental health records search) and STS-033 (Firearms Purchaser ID Card/Handgun Purchase Permit). On form STS-33 you have the option to indicate how many handgun purchase permits you want.

[Legally these are the only 2 forms you are required to fill out, however many local PD's have their own processes....]

3) You'll need to be fingerprinted. (They will tell you if they do the printing, but most likely you'll setup an appt with sagem-morpho.)

4) Submit all the paperwork and wait! The admin code/statute says they have 30-days to grant/deny your application. However depending on the town you could have a few month wait. Check out this thread and see if your town is listed:

http://njgunforums.com/forum/index.p...-requirements/
A handgun. I want to work as a armed guard. Thank you guys
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:50 PM   #398
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Np. Same procedure. You'll just get your FID card and a handgun purchase permit(s) at the same time (separate fees). Each handgun permit is good for 90-days, they can be renewed for an additional 90. You can only buy 1 handgun per-month.

You won't be able to get a carry permit in NJ until your employer can prove you need it, and only then from what i hear it will be on the job only.

Good luck!
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Might be able to get carry for 30 mins before and after work hours (commute) if you're lucky. But most likely not. Might I recommend gun for hire (google them) for your mandatory "training"? They are close to you in Belleville (opposite the bullet hole)
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Very informative for someone doing their first AR build:

Assemble Your Own AR15 Rifle From Parts... For Dummies.
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