Today, NJ2AS received Judge Hurd's order denying NJ's motion for summary judgement, granting NJ2AS' motion for summary judgement, and subsequently ordering the State of NJ to provide NJ2AS with unredacted copies of Attachments A, B and C to the 2005 New Jersey State Police Firearms Applicant Investigation Guide within 30 days.Read more
NJ2AS has received a response from the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office regarding our formal complaint that the Jackson Township Police Department forces firearms permit applicants to undergo fingerprinting again if they have not been fingerprinted in the previous two years. The short version of the response is that the act is wrong and unnecessary, but not illegal. You can listen to the response by clicking on the video:Read more
Today marks exactly 4 years that Carol Bowne was murdered by her violent ex-boyfriend, Michael Eitel, while she waited frantically for her firearm permit to get "processed" by the Berlin, NJ, police department. Scared for her life she got a restraining order against her violent ex-boyfriend, but she knew that would not be enough.Read more
At 7:30 p.m. NJ2AS President Alexander Roubian is speaking to the Jackson Town Council meeting to present the complaints we filed against Jackson Chief of Police Matthew Kunz and formally expose his unlawful requirements for residents seeking a firearm permit.
May 25, 2019
Two suspected gunmen opened fire outside of Ramoneros Liquor & Bar in Trenton, New Jersey. The gunmen fired over 30 shots that injured 10 people, all of whom are expected to recover.Read more
Regardless of what anyone thinks about the Second Amendment, we should all agree that the job of law enforcement is to uphold and enforce the law. Many law enforcement officers do just that. Some, like Jackson Township Chief of Police Matthew Kunz, have decided to place their personal feelings and agenda above the law and the Constitution.Read more
The Attorney General of New Jersey responded to the United States Supreme Court's demand to provide a response justifying New Jersey's draconian "justifiable need" requirement. NJ responded to the Supreme Court on the last day of the deadline about why they should not strike down New Jersey's may-issue laws. So far it is a hoot. Apparently NJ doesn’t completely ban carry because police officers and military members are allowed to carry WHILE ON DUTY.Read more
Comparing Second Amendment to dog licenses, Gov Murphy wants to increase taxes and fees on guns and ammo
During the Budget Address Governor Murphy announced his support to raise the cost of a firearm license and taxes on ammunition sales while comparing it to the cost of a dog license, claiming it is more expensive to get a dog license than a handgun permit.Read more
A source close to the Murphy administration has confirmed with NJ2AS that he will be advocating to raise the cost of a firearm identification card to $300 and also raise the cost of a retired law enforcement conceal carry permit to $150. We expect this announcement to occur during his budget address Tuesday afternoon.Read more
Taken hostage, gang violence, robbery? A leading self-defense and firearm instructor advises how to react and survive.
New Jersey has been off to a great start for 2019. An individual catches someone breaking into his car and shoots him, an "unwanted (armed) visitor" gets shot by the homeowner, gang members decide to make their delinquent problems public and start shooting each other in a mall, and a deranged ex-boyfriend takes his ex-girlfriend hostage at work!Read more
By Stephen Gutowski | Washington Free Beacon
A Massachusetts landlord told a Harvard University graduate student that he wanted her to move out of her apartment because her legally owned firearms made some of her roommates uncomfortable.
"Since it's clear that Leyla wants to keep her firearms, it would be best for all parties if she finds another place to live," Dave Lewis, president of Avid Management, said in an email to the household obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.Read more
From its founding in 2010, NJ2AS enjoyed a pretty good relationship with Senator Jeff Van Drew. We were disappointed with the lack of action on any improvements to NJ's perilous gun laws, but he had promised us that as long as Senator Sweeney was Senate President they would not pass any anti-gun bills, and up to that point, he had kept his word.Read more
Following up from our announcement in June, we promised that there will be consequences and result-oriented activism for the package of anti-Second Amendment bills passed by the NJ legislature and signed by Governor Murphy.
"We tried doing things the nice way. This is just the beginning. There will be consequences." - Alexander Roubian, NJ2AS PresidentRead more
NJ2AS is happy to announce another giveaway. This month we will be giving away a Modern Materiel Modmat-15!Read more
Cody Wilson makes digital files that let anyone 3-D print untraceable guns. The government tried to stop him. He sued—and won.