Monk, I live in the free state of North Carolina but have the unfortunate luck of working in NJ. Being an avid hunter and gun collector I have done a lot of research up here on the subject of NJ gun laws.And the biggest problem with the gun laws in NJ is the fact that there are so many and they overlap and contradict each other to the point that it’s easier for law enforcement to just arrest you and let the courts figure out if you’re guilty or not. At your expense I might add.
Reading it now for the 3rd time. No vehicles after 1980 will operate. social unrest will start in the first 2-3 days. Be prepared.
Another great book by Wm. Forstchen is Day of Wrath-centered on an isis attack on schools in the US.
Also "Lights Out"
Also, the follow on book, One Year After. Highly recommend both.
James Wesley Rawles has written several decent books on the subject of a post-apocalyptic world.
 January 12, 2016 at 2:58pm
Now that’s a class act.
 January 9, 2016 at 9:29am
And with the Prog’s rewriting history most young people are being taught none of those atrocities really ever happened.
 January 7, 2016 at 6:09pm
When you’re dead you don’t know you’re dead it is only difficult for other people,
It’s the same when you’re stupid!
 January 7, 2016 at 5:47pm
And he will make a great VP for Ted Cruz.
 January 7, 2016 at 9:50am
Why didn’t he ask her what shy has for self defense? I’m betting it’s a semi automatic handgun, the kind she is ignorantly classifying as an “automatic” weapon.
That's exactly what I was thinking. That would have been a very teachable moment but I really don't think she would have listened.
 January 6, 2016 at 11:33am
“An armed society is a polite society”
No, not everyone should “pack heat” as you said but everyone that is competent should be allowed to defend themselves as necessary and as guaranteed in the US Constitution.
 January 6, 2016 at 11:17am
Yes, of course there is and it works every time.
It’s called a “Good Guy With a Gun”
So we all have to be packing heat? I think if we all started carrying guns that would probably increase gun violence. People in a fit of rage might not think rationally.
"An armed society is a polite society"
No, not everyone should "pack heat" as you said but everyone that is competent should be allowed to defend themselves as necessary and as guaranteed in the US Constitution.
Now,apbzy, think very,very carefully…..if there were other people around with guns when “People in a fit of rage” may try to do something exotic, those people could very well foil foul plans of misdeeds. Somehow,though, I think that, no matter how this is painted/explained, you,apbizzy, would never,ever, understand.
 January 5, 2016 at 4:49pm
Sorry for your loss.
 January 5, 2016 at 4:30pm
Here’s a quick recap of how things work now. There are three basic ways online sales can go down:
1) First, if you try to buy a firearm over the Internet from one of the nation’s 130,000 or so* federal firearms license holders, then you have to go through a background check, period. They’ll ship the gun to your nearest licensed dealer. There’s no loophole there.
2) Likewise, if you want to buy a gun online from any seller in another state, they can’t just mail the gun to your doorstep. The Gun Control Act of 1968 strictly regulates direct mail of virtually all firearms across state lines, save for antiques. Again, the seller has to ship the gun to a federally licensed dealer. The buyer would then have to go to that dealer, fill out paperwork, and undergo a background check before picking up the gun.
3) But there’s also a third option. I can check out an ad posted online by a private seller and then meet up to buy the gun in person. (There may also be some situations in which the gun could be mailed within the same state, though not handguns.) That would be a private sale and federal law wouldn’t require a background check — although some states would. California and Rhode Island require background checks for all private sales, while 12 states mandate checks for private handgun sales.
 January 4, 2016 at 4:43pm
It really is, and who cares what “Politifacts” thinks
But travlman77 - according to this site:
The weapons law is not applied to air guns and similar weapons with a projectile energy less than 10 joules at the end of barrel. Such minor weapons do not require a license and are available for purchase by anyone over the age of 18 years. This is also relevant for breech-loading rifles manufactured prior to 1890.
So that breech-loader from before WWI that you have is totally legal - so don't worry...
 December 14, 2015 at 12:28pm
If you take one of those “blue pills” and have the that “four hour” problem, your doctor will show you that picture to correct it.
 December 9, 2015 at 2:30pm
I’m in as well.
 November 17, 2015 at 12:04pm
Millions of us Concealed Carriers make a difference everyday without so much as showing our weapons. Just the thought of the possibility of armed resistance stops attacks everyday.
November 12, 2015 at 9:44am
I agree, I think it is Trumps way of clearing out the Rhino’s.