Million Plus NJ Gun Owners Defy State Law, Refuse to Turn Over Banned Gun Mags

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Over one million New Jersey Gun owners defy Governor Murphy’s gun magazine ban & turn in demands of what some estimate is easily more than ten million now illegal standard capacity gun mags.

Fuck New Jersey
Million Plus NJ Gun Owners Defy State Law, Refuse to Turn Over Banned Gun Mags

New Jersey-(Ammoland.com)- New Jersey’s standard capacity magazine ban is now in effect making New Jersey’s one million gun owners criminals in the eyes of the state. But in an act of mass definace, New Jersey residents refuse to comply.

Any magazine holding more than ten rounds is now illegal in the Garden State. The standard magazine for an AR-15 holds 30 rounds. Glock 19s, which is the most popular pistol in the United States, holds 15 rounds. Anyone who is possession of larger magazine is committing a fourth-degree felony.

Anyone caught with one of the now banned magazines in their possession faces up to 18 months in prison and up to $10,000 in fines or both for each magazine found.

The bill was signed into law last June by Gov. Phil Murphy (D). Residents had until December 11th, 2018, to turn over magazines to police or sell or store them out of state.

Pro-gun groups sued New Jersey to try to prevent the law from going into effect. Their attempt on blocking the law failed in a federal appeals court. The three-judge panel ruled that a law limiting the number of rounds a magazine holds did not violate the US Constitution and did not put an undue burden on New Jersey gun owners.

“New Jersey’s law reasonably fits the State’s interest in public safety and does not unconstitutionally burden the Second Amendment’s right to self-defense in the home,” the court wrote in their decision. “The law also does not violate the Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause because it does not require gun owners to surrender their magazines but instead allows them to retain modified magazines or register firearms that have magazines that cannot be modified.”

AG Gurbir Grewal applauded the ruling on Twitter stating: “This just in: for months, individuals have been challenging NJ’s limits on large capacity magazines—a sensible law to address mass shootings. Today, the court of appeals upheld the law. Big win for public safety and law enforcement safety!”

Residents of New Jersey on various message boards have called the magazine ban unenforceable. Some were going as far as laughing at Gov. Murphy and his attempt at regulating magazine size.

New Jersey is not saying how they plan to enforce the ban on standard capacity magazines. Gov. Murphy’s office referred AmmoLand to the New Jersey Attorney General’s office. The AG’s office refused to comment.

Sharon Lauchaire, Director of Communications for the Office the Attorney General told AmmoLand: “We do not discuss law enforcement strategies.”

AmmoLand’s sources within the New Jersey State Police that spoke on a condition of anonymity stated that they had not received any guidance on how to enforce the ban from the AG’s office. They said that there is currently no plan to investigate gun owners suspected of having the now banned magazines.

According to the source, the plan that has been discussed among officers is only to file charges against people who are guilty of other crimes. This plan might change once superiors give guidance on how to enforce the ban.

AmmoLand reached out to several local police departments in New Jersey to see how they plan on enforcing the ban and what the turn in numbers have been? Much like the New Jersey State Police, none of these departments have a concrete plan on how to proactively enforce the ban and none had a single report of magazines turned over.

From all Reports, NO Mags Turned In,  Governor Murphy & His Law are Joke

AmmoLand also asked the Governor’s office what Gov. Murphy thinks of users on the internet saying that the ban is unenforceable and laughing at the Governor’s attempt at regulating magazine sizes.

Gov. Murphy and his office refused to comment on these gun owner’s opinions.

AmmoLand also asked Gov. Murphy’s office about the number of magazines turned in by New Jersey residents. Once again AmmoLand was referred to the New Jersey Attorney General’s office.

In this case, Lauchaire would not offer a comment and referred AmmoLand to the New Jersey State Police. Lauchaire stated she was aware of AmmoLand’s previous inquire to the State Police on the number of magazines turned in meaning that State Police contacted the AG’s office about our request for information.

The New Jersey State Police have not officially responded to our request on the number of magazines that were turned over by citizens.

Two sources from within the State Police, who spoke to AmmoLand on condition of anonymity, told AmmoLand News that they both do not know of any magazines turned over to their agency and doubted that any were turned in. They also stated that the State Police also engaged the AG’s office for guidance on how to respond to inquiries such as ours. They were unaware if the Attorney General has returned to their request for guidance.

All the local police departments that AmmoLand contacted stated that they have not had any magazines turned into them.

AmmoLand has filed a Freedom of Information Act request with The New Jersey State Police to get an official count of the number of magazines turned in by New Jersey citizens. We will update the story if our FOIA request is fulfilled.

About John CrumpJohn Crump

John is a NRA instructor and a constitutional activist. He is the former CEO of Veritas Firearms, LLC and is the co-host of The Patriot News Podcast which can be found at www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnews. John has written extensively on the patriot movement including 3%’ers, Oath Keepers, and Militias. In addition to the Patriot movement, John has written about firearms, interviewed people of all walks of life, and on the Constitution. John lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and sons and is currently working on a book on leftist deplatforming methods and can be followed on Twitter at @crumpyss, on Facebook at realjohncrump, or at www.crumpy.com.

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Arizona
Arizona
2 years ago

THE ONLY THING GOVERMENT TERRORISTS UNDERSTAND IS THEIR BLOOD POURING OUT ON THE SIDEWALK ,or being HANGED FOR TREASON,and THIS LAW VIOLATES THEIR OATH ,THEY ARE ALL NOW TRAITORS AND TERRORISTS,its open season on them now,TIME to water the tree of freedom and liberty………

Oldmariine
Oldmariine
2 years ago
Reply to  Arizona

Oldmarine >>> Arizona

My sediments completely. The NRA’s Job also..

Brandon white, VA
Brandon white, VA
2 years ago

People I keep saying this it’s olny about social control that is it we are being controlled!!! Land of the free where is the freedom because I don’t see it any more you are free to pay taxes and do as your told that’s all you are free to do how much longer till we are slaves not long bet your ass on that criminals will always find ways to get guns if they need them badly no law will stop that! and if you don’t believe what I am saying open your eyes and look around we are the… Read more »

Shane
Shane
2 years ago

I thought i was watching the Twilight Zone

Setec Astronomy
Setec Astronomy
2 years ago

This is an Ex-Post-Facto law, no one has been given due process to have their rights infringed on…..

Lord-Pi-314
Lord-Pi-314
2 years ago

@TooManySecrets…Exactly ! Crafted by TRAITORS to the US Constitution. They must be held accountable. The question is, what do they have planned that makes their actions so important ?

Tom
Tom
2 years ago

Actually, “UNALIENABLE RIGHTS” cannot be taken! EVEN WITH DUE PROCESS! The Bill Of Rights (the first ten amendments) are GOD GIVEN rights and cannot be taken by man. The amendment that states that life, liberty and property can be taken by due process meant life, liberty could be taken y a judge sentencing someone to death or imprisonment and property could be taken through fines imposed. That is why peoples fire arms were returned when someone completed their sentence and were released from prison. Once their “debt to society” was paid (even though their crime was not against society, it… Read more »

well duh!
well duh!
2 years ago

I want to say that I have sympathy for the people in New Jersey, but I don’t. Just like New York, Maryland, Massachusetts and California before you; you keep electing this left wing nuts jobs (demoncrat party). You know that their number one priority is to take away your 2nd Amendment rights. If my post sounds harsh and critical, it is. These states never learn.

Smith
Smith
2 years ago
Reply to  well duh!

We elected a republican twice over the last 8 years and got zero for firearms and he raised our taxes.

Jesus Chrysler
Jesus Chrysler
2 years ago

F*** New Jersey, move out and burn it to the ground. It’s a lost cause.

Dan
Dan
2 years ago
Reply to  Jesus Chrysler

Don’t want no NJ residents moving to my state . They will bring no back bone and there social agenda of gun control and high taxes.

Chris
Chris
2 years ago
Reply to  Dan

I gotta get out of this fucking state. these elected socialist jerkoffs do nothing for the normal working nam.

Samuel Honnold
Samuel Honnold
2 years ago

America is was way behind schedule in studying the revolutionary doctrines of our forbears. Everybody stick to your guns and subscribe to PASTORSAM’S BIBLE VERSE OF THE DAY FOR GOSPEL GUNSLINGERS.
PASTORSAM-VOTD Verse Of The Day For Gospel Gunslingers: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0IHdjh83Z07c1nLKcrp0nCw-xbk4Pq-x Be people of prayer or you will not have the help of God in the dark day!.

Francis Desposito
Francis Desposito
2 years ago

Instead of banning the magazines and making most of the population fellons , all the Gov. has to do is to use the words “WHEN USED IN THE COMMISSION OF A CRIME ” In a new bill about any magazine over 10 rounds. .

A santamauro
A santamauro
2 years ago

Thats what I do not get let the people have what they want any thing!!! but if you use it in a crime then you face charges tgats due process they got away with it on paper in NY state the police do not enforce the emporers insane gun act! unless your in a crime ! its about control and money! harder to catch and hold a heavly armed criminal so we pay the price! the easy way out! there is no way they can go door to door with out violence because some smuck wants to be in the… Read more »

Capndad
Capndad
2 years ago

“Let slip the dogs of war and cry havoc!” – Mark Antony in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

Walter Herman
Walter Herman
2 years ago

I am a retired LEO and work part time at my old department in the evidence room, we’ve had less than 20 magazines turned in by just 2 people and the position is that if anyone turns in magazines after 12-11 there will no consequences as they are voluntarily turning them in.

Nick Caisse
Nick Caisse
2 years ago
Reply to  Walter Herman

I am retired also, and I’d advise everyone to tell them to fuck off, because their new law is totally unconstitutional, and they had no statistical evidence that mag capacity has had any impact on crime reports, according to the UCRs. The state of New Jersey is trying to tell folks that this will reduce crime, but all it will do, is increase the number of victims, to include those who could’ve protected themselves, against criminals, or a Tyrannical government. IT is just another attempted infringement on our GOD-GIVEN rights to self protection from would be tyrants. None of my… Read more »

Cindy
Cindy
2 years ago
Reply to  Nick Caisse

That’s not their goal. I wish it was. They want us defenseless. Keep fighting! Thanks Patriots!!

C. Garcia
C. Garcia
2 years ago
Reply to  Nick Caisse

From a active, but hopefully soon retireing officer, I could not agree with you more. I was in fact juts peaking with a fellow officer and we both said the same, I couldn’t in good conscience take a firearm from a citizen who is other wise legally carrying it just because of a stupid, illogical, politically motivated I’ll thought law.

TheHolyCrow
TheHolyCrow
2 years ago
Reply to  Walter Herman

@Walter…I reckon you might start feeling like the Maytag Repairman. Hope you brought some puzzle books to keep you busy.

LUIS T
LUIS T
2 years ago

Murphy’s in office because law-abiding gun citizens were not good enough to leave their homes Nov ’17 and vote a Republican into office. Only have ourselves to blame! Live w/ it for the next few years and learn to do the right thing & vote! Good luck getting this overturned when we finally DO have a Republican in office…

Mark in NC (former NJ resident)
Mark in NC (former NJ resident)
2 years ago

How long before some 61 year old veteran with no criminal record defends his home against tyranny and is murdered by NJ State police?? How many will be arrested before this travesty of justice and draconian and unconstitutional law is overturned. Donald Trump, send help before someone or many get hurt.

Hal Hogan
Hal Hogan
2 years ago

A 61 year old isn’t old enough to be a Vietnam vet. Just sayin.

LarryArnold
LarryArnold
2 years ago
Reply to  Hal Hogan

Vietnam isn’t the only war, 61 now would have been 18 about 1975: 1974: Evacuation from Cyprus: United States naval forces evacuated U.S. civilians during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. 1975: Evacuation from Vietnam: Operation Frequent Wind, On April 3, 1975, President Ford reported U.S. naval vessels, helicopters, and Marines had been sent to assist in evacuation of refugees and US nationals from Vietnam. 1975: Evacuation from Cambodia: Operation Eagle Pull, On April 12, 1975, President Ford reported that he had ordered U.S. military forces to proceed with the planned evacuation of U.S. citizens from Cambodia. 1975: South Vietnam: On… Read more »

Warren Domingo
Warren Domingo
2 years ago
Reply to  Hal Hogan

Nowhere does it state “Vietnam Veteran”. Mark in NC states “Veteran” only.

Eva Swayne Davis
Eva Swayne Davis
2 years ago

The only reason you see all of these women in office is to grab guns….women are weak minded and the deep state know this so they are using them to get their agenda of one world take over…I was raised with 8 brothers so I’m different but women of 2018 are wimps….

jenny
jenny
2 years ago

So because I have a sister and not 8 brothers, I’m weak minded? F-off, sweetheart.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
2 years ago
Reply to  jenny

@jenny, Actually Eva, your sweetheart, stated that “… women are weak minded…” without reference to sisters or brothers. She implied weak mindedness was gender based. If you read carefully, Eva stated, “I was raised with 8 brothers so I’m different.” She did not say how she was different.
You, jenny, added in the sisters and brothers as an origin of weak mindedness, she did not. Neither of these are logical arguments.

Nita L
Nita L
2 years ago

I knew what you meant Eva. I’m a woman, conservative , raised with 3 brothers, 2 sisters, and knew how to handle weak minded anyone at an early age. Ignore them, or knock some sense into them. But, that was then. I’m 63, and just as tough, but calmer. However…yes, lib women are weak. In their mind and soul. Remember Feinstein saying when good people lay down their guns criminals will too? Lmao..if that’s not proof of not only a week mind but pure stupidity too. It’s they, these kooky lib women who side with criminals over patriots. Too bad… Read more »

Trista
Trista
2 years ago

As a woman I have to agree with you to an extent. I am a woman and I think the 2nd ammendment is 1000% necessary and I am a member of the NRA and will fight to keep my guns. I’m not a hunter or anything like that but we all have a right to protect our families. I could never in good conscience vote for any of these women (cant call them ladies) or men who do not uphold out constitution. No all women are weak minded. But we do have MANY men and women who are very dumbed… Read more »

JJK
JJK
2 years ago

It would appear that, since General Washington’s victory, the enemy has re-occupied Trenton.

Ron
Ron
2 years ago

Author: Jay
Comment:
This is what happens when women are allowed to vote

Gotta laugh at that one. I always claim to be Male chauvinist pig. To bust chops, but to a point. But……………….

MCB
MCB
2 years ago
Reply to  Ron

Cold, hard truth: The upsurge in “progressive” political tendencies along with the massive and unconstitutional expansion of the Federal Government over the last century or so is directly attributable to the passage of women’s suffrage. Look at the timing of these three factors, also the historical voting statistics. Jus’ sayin’…don’t get me wrong, ladies; civilization depends on you being yourselves. You are a gift from God. However, 99.8% of women simply will not make the hard political decisions necessary for the maintenance of a free, democratic republic in the sense that the nation must come first, no matter what, even… Read more »

Ron
Ron
2 years ago

Author: DR
Comment:
You need someone wealthy like Ross Perot

Much to my chagrin, I voted for R.P. Went to one of his political rally’s.
Big time set up. Oh well.
Even Pat Buchanan ,who I do believe has a great deal of smarts…put us on when he was going to run. Viable 3rd party is sorely needed.
But………Collusion ever come to mind?

Jay
Jay
2 years ago

Time to start prosecuting public officials for violating their oath of office to uphold the constitution.

Scott
Scott
2 years ago
Reply to  Jay

>Time to start prosecuting public officials for violating their oath of office to uphold the constitution.

18 USC 241-242 may be of interest here:

http://blog.joehuffman.org/2013/03/07/conspiracy-to-infringe/

Jay
Jay
2 years ago

This is what happens when women are allowed to vote in the enemies of our country.

Eva Swayne Davis
Eva Swayne Davis
2 years ago
Reply to  Jay

The only reason you see all of these women in office is to grab guns….women are weak minded and the deep state know this so they are using them to get their agenda of one world take over…I was raised with 8 brothers so I’m different but women of 2018 are wimps….

MB
MB
2 years ago
Reply to  Jay

I have to agree, if women only voted on Nov 2016, Hillary would have won by over 75%, because women, being as they were created “caregivers” tend to think all women as just like them, which is not the case. Hillary is an evil monster, much like most Democrat women in politics, there only for themselves and their agenda. Lets name a few. Hillary, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Shelia Jackson Lee, Dianne Feinstein , Kamala Harris , Elizabeth Warren, Mazie Hirono, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. When you have lunatics like the above mentioned and other women vote for them thinking they… Read more »

David Hoffner
David Hoffner
2 years ago

To the people of New Jersey in the rest of America please stop putting the Democrats in

Donald Fortune
Donald Fortune
2 years ago

So I take this to mean that no state troopers owned any of the now prohibited magazines. Since they would surely obey the law.

Anonymouse
Anonymouse
2 years ago

These people are actually committing the crime of treason, yet they send the cops to arrest you for upholding the un-treason. WTF?

Tommy Coates
Tommy Coates
2 years ago

New Jersey Governor: From all of us in Arkansas

NJ Guy
NJ Guy
2 years ago

IMO, NJ will lead the way in kicking down doors.
People and police will be hurt, but criminals will be safe.
Demonrat socialists will cheer.

Remember, socialist murdered over 100million people in the 20th century after disarming them.

Oldmariine
Oldmariine
2 years ago

Oldmarine >>> Wild Bill Thank You! I wish you the same IT=ts Good and comforting to know that we still have intelligent patriots looking after America such as you. I always look forward tto you comments and decisions. When someone thanks me for my service, it is nothing compared tto those who didn’t come home. I feel for those that gave all and then are forgotten so easily. We usually loose our best in time of war but need people like you to guard our country and use reason and justice. God bles you and your’s and have a safe… Read more »

Setec Astronomy
Setec Astronomy
2 years ago
Reply to  Oldmariine

This is an Ex-Post-Facto law, no one has been given due process to have their rights infringed on…..

Timothy Votaw
Timothy Votaw
2 years ago

I believe big money from the Deep State supporters is behind much of this anti-firearm mania. Payola, in other words. The noise is coming from the sheep who have been led into their panic by these crafty, sinister sources with the kind of monetary resources needed to buy votes, buy politicians, and yes, buy judges. I’ve seen enough over the past decade to feel confident in this belief. . So, with the deck stacked that way, what are our realistic options to defeat the movement, to stop it? We expound on the fine points of our Constitution, get angry via… Read more »

Jay Sammis
Jay Sammis
2 years ago
Reply to  Timothy Votaw

I would like to speak with you on this subject for many reasons.my name is jay and I have been waiting to speak with other intelligent people on the state of affairs in this state and country. Stand strong and stay the course we the people hold the upper hand.

fred
fred
2 years ago

it’s beyond time to teach ALL the corrupt politicians that We the People run the country. we stupidly elect these morons who do nothing but take away rights. and as someone mentioned, the 2nd amendment is to tell the government they can’t take away a right that is already OURS!!

Get off your keyboards and revolt! Time to start buying yellow vests

Scotty Gunn
Scotty Gunn
2 years ago

Wow-this will reduce crime and help the unicorns. After all, now criminals will have to change a mag after ten rounds, rather than fifteen. It saves five people! Soon, it’ll be five rounds limit, then two then one.

Dan
Dan
2 years ago

All gun manufacturers should not sell mags and firearms to NJ… don’t despair. Get some 10 rd mags and train on reloading.. time

Dave
Dave
2 years ago
Reply to  Dan

That’s not the point DAN. What happens if the 5 rd max bill hits this Governors desk. What’s next a firearms band? I bet you would be up in arms if driving a vehicle was controlled. Mind you that’s a privilege NOT A RIGHT! Or better yet let’s control freedom of speech, and send the Gestapho of NJ onto the streets. If you get caught speaking when you aren’t suppose to lock you up for 18 months. SOUNDS MORONIC DOESNT IT

Bill
Bill
2 years ago
Reply to  Dan

There is no reason that NJ citizens should be restricted from buying plenty of mags and firearms, is there?

joefoam
joefoam
2 years ago

I see tons of posts noting violations of several amendments, however this has been deemed constitutional by the courts. Now what do you do? Is it time to unseat the judges for ignoring the constitution for the sake of public safety?

Jim L
Jim L
2 years ago
Reply to  joefoam

“Deemed constitutional by the courts.” Exactly the same ‘deeming’ by the SCOTUS, in ’73, without ANY input from America’s citizenry, has brought America over 61 million dead and counting! Some “court” deeming something, does NOT make it RIGHT. Nobody, certainly none of those 9 magpies in robes, will have me obeying ANY man-made law that would deny me my “God Given Right” to self-defense, of myself or mine, by ANY appropriate means, ANYWHERE! That dastardly 2nd Amendment is appreciated, but NOT required….

Dan
Dan
2 years ago
Reply to  Jim L

Just like the French . Yellow vest.. raise hell .. contact ammo and gun company to boycott sales to NJ or inflate there prices for losses of revenue from mag restrictions

GD
GD
2 years ago
Reply to  Jim L

Impeach the judges

Francis G Affolter Jr
Francis G Affolter Jr
2 years ago
Reply to  Jim L

the constitution makes any gun law null and void, let them know that that is why our for fathers put it in there, the Dems and politicians need to get over this if you do not like the 2nd am. you are free to leave this country, there are plenty of other countries out there that have all the socialist laws you will need, good by and I won’t miss you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

joefoam
joefoam
2 years ago

I see tons of posts noting violations of several amendments, however this has been deemed constitutional by the courts. Now what do you do? Is it time to unseat the judges for ignoring the constitution for the sake of public safety? Where is SAF, NRA, GOA and all the other organizations we fund. why aren’t they challenging this and getting it to the Supreme court. Thankfully I’m not in NJ but if this holds there it will spread across the nation like a virus.

DJ
DJ
2 years ago
Reply to  joefoam

Most all in government are no more then a den of liars and thieves. The time for civil war has come. Hang them all and put there pictures in the history books for future reference. Lol.

Ro
Ro
2 years ago
Reply to  joefoam

I also want to know where these pro gun groups are in Maryland. I used to give these groups my money bit it seams all they do is have meetings and eat donuts. I want to know why they aren’t pushing legislation to help pro 2A members get laws changed, introduced or be able to get carry permits to those who are law abiding. I’m sick just sick of groups who aren’t doing anything to help us.

MB
MB
2 years ago

Let’s see citizens march on state capital and arrest the governor and all legislators that signed this unconstitutional law. A quick trial for treason will correct the situation post haste. Time all governing body understand that the Constitution is the law of the land, and they sworn oath to defend it protect the Constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic.

Dan
Dan
2 years ago

Where are the 100k protestors ? Why do you citizens put up with this crap.. get in the street and protest .. no searches with out a warrant . Cops should be up in arms about this also.. They know they are violating the citizens rights Can’t fight for you but I stand with you.

nam marine
nam marine
2 years ago

SCREW NEW JURKY !!!

tomcat
tomcat
2 years ago

I can’t help but to think it is a fault of the voters that this idiot and his are pulling this over on the people. King Murphy is what you will be calling him because the democrats are in it for the freebees and many of the gun owners won’t go to the polls to vote. I should not be thinking that way because it could happen to any state and we know it is happening because people are too busy to take the time to know what our employees are doing. We elect them, pay them well, give them… Read more »

Tonka truck
Tonka truck
2 years ago
Reply to  tomcat

We must take care of this now in new jersey .We need organization to protest boycott these globalist elitist do gooders gun grabbers. They have gone too far. We need to have at least 1/3 of all gun owners in new jersey show up .protest. Vote out, boycott until this infringement is taken care of. This is our last chance..we will become like Australia and Europe. They warn us. And wish they had out freedoms. This is anti American.

William Chiarizzio
William Chiarizzio
2 years ago

I lived in NJ all my life until 2005. Then I moved to FL got my CCW in less then a week, Veteran privilege in this state. In NJ I filed for purchase permits in 1998 when I left in 2005 I was still waiting on a answer for approval or denial. State law at the time was 30 days. So if you move out of NJ to a state that is all for the 2nd Amendment there will be no more problems the state will be able to run itself into the ground. JMO and my 2 cents. Carry… Read more »

DR
DR
2 years ago

You need someone wealthy like Ross Perot to say he is exercising his rights as a free citizen to have 17 round magazines and dare anyone to arrest him, with the caveat that he will place said individuals under citizen arrest and sue them and their supervisors for billions of dollars and keep them in court until everyone of them is broke. Violation of oath, oppression under color of authority, violation of civil rights could just be starting charges to make. All the accessories and ammo supplies to make a firearm work as designed, are protected by the pnumbra of… Read more »

Dan M.
Dan M.
2 years ago

In the gun violence debate, high-capacity magazines are a red herring. You can’t compromise by giving something away. These are Alinskyite tactics. For those who still haven’t read “Rules for Radicals,” this is how leftists achieve their goals. They blame an enemy (the rich, Republicans, the fossil fuels industry, corporations, Wall Street, gun owners, etc. — anyone with something to lose) and they harass that enemy until it offers a concession. Then they ask for more. What they want is a concession. Concessions are an admission of guilt without a trial. Once an unsuspecting industry admits guilt, they’ve told their… Read more »

Rhory Anthony
Rhory Anthony
2 years ago

The second amendment is not about defending oneself in our home, it’s about defending ourselves period. In our home, our state, our country, our lives. At any time. The founding fathers wanted to make sure we would have the ability to once again defend ourselves from a tyrannical government intent on once again enslaving the People to become subjects to a Police State environment as Britain tried to do to the colonies. Make no mistake the Deep Dark State would stop at nothing to accomplish this by having the People give up these freedoms for security. This is exactly what… Read more »

GrayEagle48
GrayEagle48
2 years ago

✅ News article commonsenseevaluation “FBI Data Shows Armed Citizens Have 94% Success rate Stopping Would e Mass Shooters” Let’s note that France has nearly the most stringent gun control laws on earth. Epic fail. He fought and the law won. My opinion. The second amendment was never more important than now. We are not in a civil war, we are in the midst of a communist style overthrow of America. News article. Never Give Up Your Guns
http://freesites.ourchurch.com/a/AncientHebrewScriptures/?page_id=86

Jim temmesfeld
Jim temmesfeld
2 years ago

Long live the 2nd amendment I am an American and a Patriot this is a free country we must do what is legal by the Constitution if we must fight for the Constitution we must fight for our Freedoms

MarineAV8TR
MarineAV8TR
2 years ago

So here you go, NJ is this { } close to legalizing weed making those that now may commit a fourth-degree felony with possession and actively and currently violating the law and replace that with law-abiding citizens who legally “owned” a high capacity magazine without the F#$%ING FIREARM and punish them with 18 months in jail and a $10,000 fine! WTF would ever want to live in that state? I live alongside it and trust me, leftist assholes over here are trying to do the same thing!

Jeff
Jeff
2 years ago

Because a lot of gun makers made the guns to use 15 or 16 rounds magazine’s … it’s just stupid to try to make a law no mags bigger than 10 shot … millions of guns came factory issued 15 or 16 round mags both of my 9 9mm semi auto pistols have 16 rd mags

Taylor
Taylor
2 years ago

Circular logic much!?

southside
southside
2 years ago

So far here in Arizona,we’re safe. We ha:e the most ‘liberal’ gun laws. C’mon over. Leave your red state mentality behind

travis morgan
travis morgan
2 years ago

It’s time for the people to have a recall vote for the pieces of excrement that voted to ban those magazines. Our forefathers would have tarred and feathered these vermin!

skipNclair
skipNclair
2 years ago

Let us hope that the members of Law Enforcement honor their oath better then those in legislation. If those that did the legislation were made to go collect the weapons and or magazines rather then send others to enforce their evil, this would never get passed. Let the people of New Jersey make a stand that sets an example that puts these actions to a screeching halt. If the people fail at this, as is their duty to fight, then they will find they are on a continuous slide into tyranny. You will never find true justice in a court… Read more »

Brandon montgomery
Brandon montgomery
2 years ago

Not the first time in History this has been tried..The Brittish attempted this foolishness once too..Perhapes they should buy the book to see what the result was..This is America, we will hold fast against all enemies foriegn and domestic..Trying to subvert the Constitution will not be tolerated.

Deplorable Bill
Deplorable Bill
2 years ago

Gun control? Magazine control? or people control? N.J. is violating peoples right to keep and bare arms period. Tyranny. Make a million people felons if they don’t go along with your sick idea of people control? Didn’t the Britts try this once already? At a place called Concord? What happened there? The first war for independence happened there. Sounds like the second war for independence is about to start. Civil disobedience MAY still be possible. Maybe it will be enough to change their minds but not likely. Don’t turn in anything, guns, mags ammo, reloading gear–nothing. I suspect you are… Read more »

Grumpy
Grumpy
2 years ago

I see a civil unrest about to begin. Stop these over paid power hungry dictators.

J M Dennis Langham
J M Dennis Langham
2 years ago

How do you think the Nazis took over Germany. One of the first actions was to confiscate all fire arms so citizens couldn’t fight back. This has happened in every country where the rulers wanted to control the populace since the beginning of time. You cannot control an armed population. When will the NJ flag add a Swastika to it? All law enforcement and military in NJ should be subject to the same law. I left California and will never go there again due to their same draconian firearm laws. You even have to register ammo purchases there. Don’t give… Read more »

Pedro
Pedro
2 years ago

Sorry Democrats Nobody is listening to you anymore.

Stratus
Stratus
2 years ago

A few things to keep in mind: 1. All good, patriotic gun owners are not organized. 2. The police on orders from above, will single out one family. 2. The Swat teams are trained to hit fast and hard at 3 in the morning. The gun owner, usually male, and spouse will be arrested. Child services will take the children. All guns confiscated. Gun owner convicted maybe wife also as accomplice for minimum 10 years. They will be used as propaganda examples of felon gun owners. Gestapo tactics to intimidate all others.

Tim
Tim
2 years ago

New Jersey can ignore Federal immigration law and call themselves a freedom fighter, but then want to put people in jail for this feel good law?