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  1. Yeah, something like that. I should point out that those states absolutely have some very conservative areas, unfortunately they are controlled by large liberal cities such as: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Chicago, Boston, Detroit, etc..
  2. Hence why a vast majority of states that legalize are bastions of conservatism. PS - A true conservative would never vote for legalizing in return for taxation, ever.
  3. Bought my first AR in 1999, just sayin. BTW- Rights are not given by the Constitution, they are protected by it.
  4. A couple of points to be made here. Does anyone actually think that every single penny that would be collected in legalization tax isn't already spent several times over? Does anybody actually think that they would be getting in at ground level in regards to investing in a billion dollar industry? Does anybody actually think that its a good idea to copy progressive European countries?
  5. Too lazy to look it up, but how much do you get back if you don't draw? BTW - Seems that Colorado is up to their old tricks again.
  6. Very weird story. He died a month ago, and it was just released now. He was also a heavy user of IV drugs; and Airwolf was supposedly cancelled due to his drug use.
  7. A few more tips. While a dedicated sous vide container really does work best, you could use a plain old stock pot with perfect results. If you wanted to try the technique, without actually buying the machine, you could get some pretty good results using a thermometer, a heavy pot and your stovetop. You just have to really monitor the water temp every few minutes and heat as needed. Brine your fish! Wet or dry, It really does make a difference and only takes a few minutes.
  8. That's actually what you're supposed to do. Super hot pan, grill or even a torch for color.
  9. Good for meats such as thick steaks, pork chops/loin and great for salmon. Main benefit is being able to get that perfect temp. without overcooking. If you've never had medium pork or salmon, that's the first thing you should make with it. For larger roasts, you can do them sous vide, but expect really long cooking time - like > 1 day; I prefer to smoke or slow-cook them.
  10. There are plenty of youtube videos by Aaron Franklin that will help you along: Now, if you are just starting-off, I strongly suggest that you do a few pork butts to get the hang of it. They are pretty much foolproof, and give you the best results even if you make a few mistakes. Just be sure to get internal temp over 195, let rest for at least an hour afterwards. Not too pricey either.
  11. I wasn't sure about the legality of this either, but after reading the ATF ruling on residency, I'm pretty certain its all legit. Nappen also wrote about the very same issue in his book.
  12. Incorrect. The multiple purchase exemption is for purchases of multiple firearms. Willed or inherited firearms are exempt from any forms. The only real restriction is if you are prohibited from owning.
  13. I know you know this, but for everyone else. This is directly from the NJSP website: If I inherit a firearm what must I do? Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C:58-3j, a firearm purchaser identification card and/or a handgun purchase permit shall not be required for the passing of a firearm upon the death of an owner thereof to his/her heir or legatee, whether the same by testamentary bequest or by the laws of intestacy. The firearm must be legal to possess in New Jersey and the person receiving the firearm shall not be prohibited by N.J.S.A. 2C:58-3c before receiving the firearm. If the heir or legatee does not qualify to acquire and possess the firearm, then ownership may be retained for a period not to exceed 180 days provided the firearm is transferred to the chief law enforcement officer of the municipality or the superintendent during such period.
  14. You do not need to go thru an FFL if you bought the handgun yourself. Now, buying a handgun in VT as a NJ resident is legal, but with the stipulation of making VT your home (Federal law-Title 27, CFR Part 478.11). You could definitely get yourself jammed-up if it could be shown that you use it strictly as a weekend or vacation house. (ex.- lots of NY folks buy property in PA, and proceed to buy guns to bring them back to NY. Just to be clear, this does not mean that you will not get arrested in NJ. It just means that you stand a good chance of winning in a trial.
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