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Members Of The 2013 NJ Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee

The Following Members Of The 2013 NJ Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee will be the ones between you and your gun rights. Contact them and remind them to “Keep Their Oath to the Constitution’. Top  L to Bottom R: Charles Mainor (Chair) (D31), Gilbert L. Wilson, Nelson T. Albano, Daniel R. Benson, Sean Connors, Joseph Cryan, Sean T. Kean, Gregory P. McGuckin, Erik Peterson, David P. Rible, Bonnie Watson Coleman

Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs

Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs

Trenton, NJ --( As reported the New Jersey Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee is scheduled to hold hearings on a package of 24 gun bills on Wednesday, February 13 2013 beginning at 10 a.m. in the State House Annex, Committee Room 11, 4th Floor, Trenton, NJ.

The worst of these bills have the effect of banning all rifle-barreled shotguns.

Numerous rifles and handguns, most rifle ammunition, and magazines that hold over 10 rounds.

Ammunition sales would be severely restricted, logged and reported to the State Police, and internet and catalog sales would be banned…

Legislative Analysis of 24 Pending NJ Gun Control Bills for 02-13-13 Hearing by

About Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs:The Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs, Inc. is the official NRA State Association in New Jersey. Our mission is to implement all of the programs and activities at the state level that the NRA does at the national level. This mission includes the following: To support and defend the constitutional rights of the people to keep and bear arms. To take immediate action against any legislation at the local, state and federal level that would infringe upon these rights. Visit:

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  • 3 User comments to “Legislative Analysis Of 24 Pending NJ Gun Control Bills For 02/13/13 Hearing”

    1. Bill Baker on February 11, 2013 at 12:47 AM said:

      Prohibits possession of ammunition capable of penetrating body armor: This terrible wording could in effect ban all ammo. Body armor is usually rated for what caliber it is tested (proofed) too. If a cop wears a t-shirt and calls it body armor, this would ban everything. But it most certainly bans every rifle round, shotguns(due to close range penetration), and probably at least any pistol above 9mm. Ridiculous this kind of thing needs to be fought everywhere. I can see no way anyone can define anything like this as ‘reasonable’.

    2. Camden, broke it’s own record for most homicides in 2012, orignally set in 1995. How many were firearm related? Doesnt matter, if I were to end up there somehow, these liberal pussies are only preventing me from defending myself. JHP can punch through some body armor, basically, if I were armed in JerKsey, I would be at a disadvantage, 10 rounds max vs. a full-auto black market AK-47, or worse. Great, thanks Jersey, I hope your state burns with the criminals you call politicians.

    3. The purpose of the Second Amendment is to arm people in order to prevent future tyranny. They need the tools to do this.

      The term “Well Regulated” in the Second Amendment meant “Well Manned and Equipped ” in 1791 as was determined in the 1939 United States v. Miller case after referencing the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. The concept of Government Regulation, as we understand it today, did not exist at the time.

      United States v. Miller also determined that the term “Arms” refers to “Ordinary Military Weapons” (not crew operated). American Citizens have the right to Keep and Bear, which means Own and Carry, any weapons that a soldier carries into battle. That includes past, present and future weapons. A Militia consisted of armed volunteers willing to fight with their personal arms and not under government control.

      The 2008 Heller v. Washington DC decision reaffirmed that the Right to Bear Arms was an Individual right. The 2010 McDonald v. Chicago decision reaffirmed it yet again and made it clear that it applies to every state, every city and every town in the United States.

      To limit the Second Amendment to muskets would be the equivalent of limiting the First Amendment to the 18th century Printing Press.

      Liberty is worth the risk of death!

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