Day 2 of ANJRPC’s Million-Gun-Owner Blitz On NJ Gun & Magazine Ban

A Magazine Ban is a Gun Ban
A Magazine Ban is a Gun Ban

New Jersey – -(Ammoland.com)- Today is Day 2 of Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Club’s one-million-gun-owner grassroots blitzkrieg against New Jersey's pending magazine ban legislation which will likely be voted on in both the full Senate and the full Assembly in final amended versions on Thursday, June 7th,2018, which would then move to the Governor’s desk on Friday, June 8.

Watch Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs Executive Director Scott Bach discuss the million-gun-owner blitz on NRA TV below.

As a reminder, ANJRPC is calling on all of NJ’s one million gun owners to email every member of the legislature at least once every single day between today and June 7, demanding that pending magazine ban legislation be defeated or that real grandfathering be added. Click here for the list of every email address of every legislator in New Jersey. Copy and paste that list into your email program

Until June 7, ANJRPC will be suggesting different messages for you to email to lawmakers. Feel free to change or rewrite these messages as you wish, or to craft your own entirely different messages. Whatever you do, please take massive action every day through June 7. Please do not let up.

TODAY’S SUGGESTED MESSAGE:

Dear Lawmakers:

S102 and A2761 (firearms magazine ban) dramatically interferes with my ability to defend myself and my family in an emergency. For example, in a home invasion, criminals will ignore the proposed 10-round limit and use 20 and 30-round magazines, which are considered “standard” in most of the rest of the country. Yet I will be limited to just 10 rounds to defend myself and my family. This puts me at a significant disadvantage against those who are lawless, and increases the likelihood that I will become a victim.

Please don’t turn me into a victim by limiting my ability to defend myself and my family. I need larger magazines for the same reasons police do: because I might encounter multiple assailants. Vote NO on S102 or A2761, or amend to add meaningful grandfathering of my existing magazines so I can continue to protect myself and my family.


Please watch for ANJRPC’s series of follow-up alerts between now and June 7.

Please also continue to take action on the other anti-gun bills moving through the legislature. Click here to access the NRA-ILA “take action” link, where you can easily contact legislators with a few mouse clicks.

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Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs

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: www.anjrpc.org

  • 4 thoughts on “Day 2 of ANJRPC’s Million-Gun-Owner Blitz On NJ Gun & Magazine Ban

    1. I can’t believe that they are telling us to request a grandfather clause on mags over 10. That is like approving the limiting of your capabilities. 10 today, five tomorrow. Look at kommiefornia, the shining example of gun banners. It started with no mags over ten and we are grandgathering the current mags that dont comply. Then, years later, its no mags over ten allowed and you need to sell, destroy or turn your mags in or become a felon so you cant have guns at all, which is their goal, or you cant have a concealed carry in their MAY ISSUE state which is usually only given to judges, lawyers, doctors and law enforcements relatives. I say, tell them that changing the existing law is ridiculous and if it does change, law enforcement “shall” be required to do the same. That way they have the same odds of survival against criminals as we do. Why, because their life has no more value than mine or yours. No one should die.

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