Anjrpc sues to bring down nj's unconstitutional handgun carry law!

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    Anjrpc sues to bring down nj's unconstitutional handgun carry law!

    Does anyone know the actual status of this lawsuit?

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    No updates posted on their website. That would probably be the best place for updates to the suit.

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    I wish them luck. I wouldn't live there if someone GAVE me a house AND a job AND a case of beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ares338 View Post
    I wish them luck. I wouldn't live there if someone GAVE me a house AND a job AND a case of beer.
    If I had a house in New Jersey and a home in hell, I would sell my house and go home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    If I had a house in New Jersey and a home in hell, I would sell my house and go home.
    Wow, that's rough.

    I wish them the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ares338 View Post
    I wish them luck. I wouldn't live there if someone GAVE me a house AND a job AND a case of beer.
    What about a case of herpes too
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    Quote Originally Posted by ares338 View Post
    I wish them luck. I wouldn't live there if someone GAVE me a house AND a job AND a case of beer.
    I wouldn't either.

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    In doing some further research there is also senate bill S239 which is supposed to change to rules to obtain a CCW...It was introduced in Jan. 2012...NO action has been schedualed for it yet....

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    All of the "I would never live in NJ" rhetoric aside, I do sincerely hope some good can come of this. I have my (strong) doubts but stranger things have happened. Most people cannot just pack up and move from wherever they live. The best chance they have is to try to make a difference from the inside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokinFool View Post
    All of the "I would never live in NJ" rhetoric aside, I do sincerely hope some good can come of this. I have my (strong) doubts but stranger things have happened. Most people cannot just pack up and move from wherever they live. The best chance they have is to try to make a difference from the inside.
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    I would rather live in New Jersey then the South (except for Miami).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toorop View Post
    Quiet when people are chest thumping!

    I would rather live in New Jersey then the South (except for Miami).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toorop View Post

    I would rather live in New Jersey then the South (except for Miami).
    My condolences.
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    My son lives in NJ and now has my Sig Pro 2022. The paperwork to be "allowed" to have a firearm took about 3 months. That is better and easier to get than NY. BUT . . . getting a NY permit takes longer though getting a NJ carry is almost impossible without conections. My same son's best friend has a NJ carry permit but he knows guys who know guys and family.
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    I wish the the best not just for firearms folks but because I'm sure it makes their anti-gun pols burst a blood vessel every time it comes up. All aside, I'm glad to be, as the early ones said, a "Texian."
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    What about a case of herpes too
    I think I'd rather have Herpes than live in Jersey.

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