Jump to content

Jared

New Members
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

About Jared

  • Rank
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • County, State
    Ocean County, New Jersey
  1. This is from the digest, "For youth hunters from 10 through 13 years of age, they MUST hunt under the direct supervision of a person who is at least 21 years old and who has a valid firearm or bow and arrow license corresponding to the season hunted." I just called the Central Region Law Enforcement Office and they told me that a stamp is not needed as long as I am not handling the guns or the birds.
  2. Thanks for the response, that's how I was reading it to but figured that I would ask for a second opinion. We will be heading to Manahawkin WMA because it is very local for us even though we have had very limited success there over the years hunting without a dog. We're just looking to get out for a bit before heading to Grandma and Grandpa's for breakfast.
  3. Both of my kids are youth hunters and have the appropriate license and stamps. I am going to be taking them out and have my license but no stamp. I will not be carrying my gun as I want to be focusing on the kids, it's my daughters first year, my son's third. My question is, do I need a pheasant stamp to do this even though I will not be carrying a gun and technically not hunting myself? I looked in the regs and didn't see this, although I am going to look again. Thanks Jared
  4. Jared

    Pellet gun question

    Thanks guys, I get all that information and have read up on it. I guess the part that confuses me is the suppressor part. I happened to stop in a Dick's the other day and saw them offering the Crosman one mentioned above. I have looked it up online and to the best of my knowledge it is technically suppressed. If that's the case how are they able to sell it?
  5. Jared

    Pellet gun question

    I have done some searching on hear and read the posts and still have a bit of confusion. I am looking to pick up an entry level pellet gun for my son for his birthday. Something for a little plinking and the occasional squirrel in the fall. Do I understand correctly that this one would be fine, the gamo varmint .177, but that a crosman fire np is not (due to the noise reduction)? It seems like the rest of the specs are similar and fit all the requirements but I just want to clarify. Also, any other suggestions in the $200 or less category? Thanks, Jared