Two Bills Targeting Ammunition Quietly Introduced in NJ Legislature

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Senator Brian P. Stack (D) - District 33 (Hudson)



Two bills targeting handgun ammunition were quietly introduced in the NJ State Senate by Senator Brian P. Stack (D) last week. The bills serve no real purpose it seems other than to make the process of buying handgun ammunition more burdensome for those doing it legally.

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Taking the Gloves Off

 

A video message from NJ2AS President Alexander Roubian regarding the NJ Legislature's recent moves to undo Governor Christie's recent concealed carry reforms.

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Legislature Moves to Undo Christie's Concealed Carry Reforms

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The New Jersey Legislature has moved to undo Governor Christie's concealed carry reforms that he passed by Executive Order last week. As we mentioned last week, this Executive Order was nothing to get too excited about and we warned that this is exactly what we expected to happen.

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NJ2AS March Giveaway

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NJ2AS is proud to announce that this months giveaway will be for a custom IWB (Inside-the-waistband) holster from our friends at Titan Concealment!

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NJ2AS Wins Again! Ramsey Tables Gun Range Ban Vote a Second Time!

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NJ2AS claims another victory after the Ramsey Borough Council tabled its proposed ordinance banning all gun ranges in the borough last night.

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Is Ramsey Mayor Profiting From Lawsuit?

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Ramsey Mayor Deirdre Dillon


 

The Ramsey Gun Range Ban saga continues with yet another explosive development. Last week we were tipped-off by a Ramsey Administration insider that the "pro bono" law firm that Mayor Dillon claims will be defending Ramsey's blatantly unconstitutional ordinance banning gun ranges in the town, is actually run by her husband a partner at the firm. The Mayor of Ramsey may be pushing this gun range ban because she and her husband could personally profit from the ensuing lawsuit if the ordinance is passed.

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Don't Get Too Excited About Christie's Concealed Carry Executive Order

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So you may have heard about Governor Chris Christie formalizing the regulations in regards to his executive order loosening NJ's draconian, unconstitutional concealed carry laws. While we applaud the Governor for doing this and legitimately taking a step in the right direction, this order is nothing to get too excited about.

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February Giveaway Winner Announced

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The February giveaway has concluded and we are proud to announce the winner.

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Update on National Reciprocity

 

 


 

President Alexander Roubian gives a video update on the National Reciprocity situation.

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Tom MacArthur Becomes First NJ Congressman to Cosponsor National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

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Representative Thomas MacArthur of NJ's Third Congressional District


Representative Thomas MacArthur of NJ's Third Congressional District has become the first member of Congress from New Jersey's congressional delegation to cosponsor The National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. Rep. MacArthur's office contacted NJ2AS on Friday to inform us of this and thank us for providing information and resources regarding HR38.

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