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NJ Magazine Ban

"J"

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NJ has some of the nations toughest gun laws. I wonder if this is just for AR mags or does it include rifles such as tube fed 22 rifles? Most tube feeds hold around 17 rounds.
I believe it’s just removable mags. Most stock mags are below 10 rounds.
 
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I believe it’s just removable mags. Most stock mags are below 10 rounds.
I have a ruger 10-22 and it came with ten round box mags. I know you can get higher capacity mags for it but there is always a disclaimer in the shipping section that says “cannot ship to NJ”. If I wanted to go to the range to shoot, my guns would have to be in a gun case and I am only allowed to drive from home to the range, then the range back home. If I stop at a convenience store or a Walmart on the way..I’m breaking the law.
 

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Murphy at his best... Sgt. Make sure your go straight home after hunting.. Dont forget if in a vehicle that has direct access to your guns or ammo, your ammo must be in a locked box, not in your coat pocket.. Oh yeh if hunting in Pa. And let's say you have a Remington 760 pump 06.. Cant just stick the clip in your coat pocket.. CLIP MUST BE UNLOADED... Its fun living here...
 

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Seriously? Most double stack pistols carry that many nowadays! Does this stuff even go up for vote or what?
 
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Seriously? Most double stack pistols carry that many nowadays! Does this stuff even go up for vote or what?
It does, but unfortunately there are three types of people....hunters, anti hunters, and everyone else in between. The vast majority are the ones that fall somewhere in between. After seeing news of a mass shooting on the news, the democrats will push through some bullshit anti gun legislation and the vast majority of “in between” people will vote yes, without fully understanding that restricting gun rights isn’t the answer...the answer is to ENFORCE the existing laws. Unfortunately, this is the direction America is headed.
 
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Yeah, no offense. But why would anyone live in that state?
I was born and raised here. Hunting is good and so is the saltwater fishing. Got a good job also. I asked my wife about moving to Bumfuck, Iowa or some small rural town in Mayberry, USA. She’s dead against it because she likes the area we live at now (close to Philly, the ocean, and she has a lot of friends and family here). I told her they could come out to visit but she ain’t having any of it. That’s the only reason she didn’t give me a hard time about buying some land in Ohio, it lets me get away from the rat race for a while. Sorta a compromise. If I had a set of balls I would’ve gone to Montana the day I got out of the military and tried to find something out there to make a living...but I’m a big puss and came home to a familiar place with friends and family to find work. I sometimes regret that and wonder what my life would be like now if I had gone. Don’t get me wrong, I am happy how my life’s gone so far, just wish it was in a different environment.
 

"J"

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I was born and raised here. Hunting is good and so is the saltwater fishing. Got a good job also. I asked my wife about moving to Bumfuck, Iowa or some small rural town in Mayberry, USA. She’s dead against it because she likes the area we live at now (close to Philly, the ocean, and she has a lot of friends and family here). I told her they could come out to visit but she ain’t having any of it. That’s the only reason she didn’t give me a hard time about buying some land in Ohio, it lets me get away from the rat race for a while. Sorta a compromise. If I had a set of balls I would’ve gone to Montana the day I got out of the military and tried to find something out there to make a living...but I’m a big puss and came home to a familiar place with friends and family to find work. I sometimes regret that and wonder what my life would be like now if I had gone. Don’t get me wrong, I am happy how my life’s gone so far, just wish it was in a different environment.
It was more of a rhetorical question, but I admire your honesty....
I wouldn’t be far off the mark if I said the majority of us are in the same boat....
 

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I like comfort to an extent, but I live for the unknown. I can always fall back, but never gain if I don’t go for that adventure. J, says it the best...
 
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It was more of a rhetorical question, but I admire your honesty....
I wouldn’t be far off the mark if I said the majority of us are in the same boat....
It isn’t a bad place, just too many people, too much traffic, and most people are standoff-ish. You really don’t notice it until you go someplace rural like north central Pennsylvania or Ohio. People seem a lot more friendly in those places and are more genuine. Feels like everyone here has a hidden agenda. I suppose it’s even worse in the big cities like NY. Driving down back roads in rural areas, total strangers will wave and smile at you. Here in jersey they also wave, but usually with only one finger. 😂
 

"J"

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I’ve been too the McQuire AFB area a few times, the boardwalk as well. First off, y’all can’t drive 😂😂😂😂
I think the general public has a distrust of each other more there then the midwestern part of the country. And a ton more than the rural South.
Too many people too small of an area.
 
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I’ve been too the McQuire AFB area a few times, the boardwalk as well. First off, y’all can’t drive 😂😂😂😂
I think the general public has a distrust of each other more there then the midwestern part of the country. And a ton more than the rural South.
Too many people too small of an area.
That’s one thing that really stood out in my mind while I was in the military...you realize that the world is a lot bigger than your hometown and you meet people from all over the country. Getting a four day pass and going to their homes, seeing how people act and how they grew up left a big impression on me. I brought friends home and took them to the boardwalk and went to the casinos in Atlantic City and swimming in the ocean in Ocean city and Wildwood. Some friends from the Midwest never saw the ocean before. It’s a real eye opener...because of that, I always “put the shoe on the other foot” when dealing with others. Well, we’ve strolled way off point on this post, so I suggest getting back to bashing NJ’s magazine ban! 😂
 
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