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Wow, that's beyond infringement :eek: ,aint no coming back even halfway from that nonsense . any further youll be back to carrying swords.
New Jersey is like that except there’s no way that you can obtain a carry permit.

New York has Jersey beat on magazine restrictions. NJ just went down to 10 rounds from 15.
 

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Got my full carry today!

They forgot to call me Friday and the judge signed my permit on the 18th!

So tomorrow at 10am I'm going to get my g48!
CONGRATULATIONS Greywood!!!
Tomorrow is going to be a great day.
 

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So the NY process went pretty quickly for me.
So my application actually went in front of the 1 judge I was really worried about...I heard horror stories about him! Well he just signed it! No court! And yes! The clerk's office did forget to call me Friday and they felt bad...lol!
Y'all have no Idea how happy i am...lol! Even my gun hating wife was really excited!?
 

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East Coast better not be New Jersey. Then it will be out of the frying pan and into the fire!
Mass, Ct, RI starting to stink as well. I'm in Ct. 8 hr. class, around $100, then $140 for background check. Mine took 3 weeks, small town, pretty darn red and pro 2a, but friends in other towns waited 5 months. Then $75 to the state, 5 year permit. Gov wanted to quintuple that fee 2 years ago. Then once permitted, 10 round mags, no AR, AK style guns unless you get an "other"....thank God for mini 14's and M1A's. Pic is an "other". Mandatory foregrip, 12" min barrel, pistol brace makes it legal. Seems to be a Ct. exclusive.
 

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Texas, go to your gun store, provide ID, quick NICS check and your out the door.
Carry license, took 30 days to get after mailing in the paperwork and taking class.
Now thats the way it should be in all 50 states. Still blows my mind on how it's legal for government to charge law abiding citizens for a constitutional right.
 

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Now thats the way it should be in all 50 states. Still blows my mind on how it's legal for government to charge law abiding citizens for a constitutional right.
Exactly! These patchwork of laws bastardize the whole point of rights, especially the 2nd amendment.

Born and raised in New Jersey. Was a gun owner there and the last 25 years here in Texas. It’s like 2 different countries!
 

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Especially since the Bill of Rights was supposed to be just as off limits to the states as it was to the federal government.
 
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Mass, Ct, RI starting to stink as well. I'm in Ct. 8 hr. class, around $100, then $140 for background check. Mine took 3 weeks, small town, pretty darn red and pro 2a, but friends in other towns waited 5 months. Then $75 to the state, 5 year permit. Gov wanted to quintuple that fee 2 years ago. Then once permitted, 10 round mags, no AR, AK style guns unless you get an "other"....thank God for mini 14's and M1A's. Pic is an "other". Mandatory foregrip, 12" min barrel, pistol brace makes it legal. Seems to be a Ct. exclusive.
My out of state CT permit took longest of all my permits if I remember right.
 

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My out of state CT permit took longest of all my permits if I remember right.
We got Murphy and Blumenthal keeping us safe :rolleyes:. Governor who proclaimed the NRA a terrorist organization, and the headquarters of "every town for gun safety", formed in response to a school system and parents looking the other way while their violently psychotic kid passed through the school system then snapped.
I get a little wry smile inside whenever an in state shooting makes the news, as the perp never seems to follow our gun laws.
 
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