New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- Substantial Changes are Proposed to the New Jersey Administrative Code (NJAC) affecting your rights!
There are less than 7 days left to have your voice heard.
Will you sit back, quietly and let them restrict your rights even further?
Will you complain bitterly, after the new Administrative Code is implemented?
Will you ask: “Why didn’t anyone do anything to stop this!” or will you speak your mind?
The time is now. You need to email Governor Christie and Colonel Fuentes immediately and tell them to stop trampling our rights. See the details below.
Stop being a sheep and step up. If not, then stop whining when the wolves come calling.
Will you bleat or will you roar? It’s your choice. Roar with us.
How Can You Participate?
We need YOU to email the Governor and the NJ State Police.
Governor Chris Christie, his Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and Superintendent Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes of the New Jersey State Police are proposing changes to the New Jersey Administrative Code (NJAC) which will affect your rights!
The changes proposed are substantial. This is not a complete analysis of the proposal. However, the New Jersey Second Amendment Society has identified three critical items at this time. We urge you to contact Governor Christie’s office and the Superintendent of the Firearms Investigation Unit of the New Jersey State Police, per instructions below.
DEADLINE for comments is February 13, 2015
1. Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625
(choose Law & Public Safety, then choose Law and Public Safety then Civil Rights)
2. Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes, Superintendent
Attn: Firearms Investigation Unit
New Jersey State Police
PO Box 7068
West Trenton, New Jersey 08638
Click here: mailto:[email protected]
Cut and paste the following when emailing:
I am asking Governor Chris Christie, his Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and Superintendent Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes of the New Jersey State Police to do the following:
1. Amend NJAC 13:54-2 et al, so that one’s own declaration of “self-defense” or “all lawful purposes” will satisfy the “justifiable need” requirement; and
2. Oppose the proposed section NJAC 13:54-1.17 -Applications and forms. We oppose allowing police departments to use any additional forms than those already permitted by Statute. NJSA 2C:58-3f clearly states that “[t]here shall be no conditions or requirements added to the form or content of the application, or required by the licensing authority for the issuance of a permit or identification card, other than those that are specifically set forth in this chapter.”
3. Clarify the definition of “reasonably necessary” when legally transporting a firearm in a motor vehicle under N.J.S.A. 2C:39-6 so that reasonably necessary deviations shall include, but not be limited to, collecting and discharging passengers, purchasing gasoline, food, medicine, or other supplies; using a restroom; or contending with an emergency situation.
New Jersey Second Amendment Society – Our mission is to promote the free exercise of Second Amendment rights within the community and Legislature of New Jersey, to educate the community regarding the enjoyable, safe, and responsible use of firearms, and to engender a sense of camaraderie and fellowship among the members and their families. Visit: www.nj2as.com