The court's suggested solution to the dilemma of the plaintiff is not particularly realistic. Going to a NYPA officer with a request that they take possession of the gun as suggested by the court would have resulted in the same charge and the same mess.
Bottom line, FOPA doesn't have teeth. Don't go where you don't have clearly recognized acceptance of your license. And stay out of NJ.
yup I would never accept a flight that flys through any Nanny State.
Secondly where in the heck does NJ get off on banning hollow point ammunition?
Do they even understand or can they even begin to contemplate how in-humane ball ammo is. It is like getting speared with a razor and then slowly bleeding to death fully aware of the situation and suffering while dying.
At least a hollow point will knock your lights in most cases where a person can die a humane and less painful death.
NJ is the state that doesn't allow you to pump your own gas. You think they really trust anyone with firearms?