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gnttn

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  1. I just checked Rogers website. Plenty of 9mm 115gr in stock. Anything over $99 Is free shipping. .74 cents a round. Not cheap but available. And cheaper than gunbroker.
  2. You are correct. But there would need to be an articulable reason to revoke the permit or not allow it to be extended.
  3. As per the NJSP, when your e-permit approaches 90 days, you will receive an email telling you that your permit is about to expire. If your permit is not used by the end of the 90 days, NJSP will AUTOMATICALLY renew your e-permit for an additional 90 days. No action needed on your part. This information is current as of last Monday.
  4. And the pistol permits will automatically renew for an additional 90 days if not used, for a total of 180 days. No need to call the PD for an extension.
  5. I guess if you just have to have the latest and greatest, go for it. But not for me, the biggest deer of my life was taken with a $350 crossbow. And that included the scope and bolts, brand new.
  6. I gave up and started reloading my own slugs. These are lightfield IDS commander slugs in pre-primed 2 3/4” shells with 27gr of green dot. They group right with the original lightfields and kick like a mule. I’m getting 2” groups at 50 yards.
  7. Safe has been sold thank you.
  8. You know what, that’s pretty good considering that a lot of regular bow sights these days go for over $200.
  9. Yes, I sanded primed and painted it this fall.
  10. This is an antique floor safe in 100% working order. The combination, handle, and dial all work. It’s 21” deep, 21” wide, and 33” tall. I was going to use it as a coffee table in my living room as a conversation piece. But wifey no likey. If I had an office I would definitely put it there but unfortunately I don’t have an office. It was made in the early 1900s and is definitely built to last. It weighs I’m guessing 300 or 400 lbs. it’s on wheels so you can move it however you want but you’re going to need a few strong men and a pick up to get it home. I think if you strap it to a hand truck a
  11. And you almost crashed, but the lord had mercy. Your machine she’s a dud stuck in the mud, somewhere in the swamps of jersey. Just me? First thing I thought ...
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