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    Default Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey


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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    Glad to see that the Draconian gun laws in NJ prevent these things....there must have been hundreds of worse shootings in Pennsylvania this weekend, I assume, where anybody with a driver's license can buy an AR-15 at a gun shop without getting a judge to sign off, and it's legal to even sell them privately.

    "The teenager is believed to have used a semi-automatic assault rifle to gun down his family members and the family friend, authorities said. The gun was legally owned and registered to a family member, Gramiccioni said."

    http://www.state.nj.us/njsp/info/pdf...itle13ch54.pdf

    "N.J.A.C. 13:54-5.2 License to purchase, possess or carry a machine gun or assault firearm
    (a) Licenses to purchase, possess or carry a machine gun or assault firearm shall be issued by a
    judge of the Superior Court in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 2C:58-5. The application
    for such license shall be referred to the county prosecutor for investigation, recommendation and
    preparation of a report.
    (b) The report of the county prosecutor shall be served upon the Superintendent and the chief of
    police of every municipality in which the applicant intends to carry the machine gun or assault
    firearm. The Superintendent and/or the chief of police, or their designees, may personally appear
    and oppose the issuance of any license to acquire a machine gun or assault firearm. If the court
    issues a license, the Superintendent and/or chief of police, or their designees, may appeal that
    decision in accordance with the Rules of Court.
    (c) Upon issuance of a license by a court, a true copy of such license shall be filed with the
    Superintendent and chief of police of the municipality where the licensee resides or has his place
    of business.
    (d) At any time, the Superintendent, a chief of police, any law enforcement officer of this State
    or any other citizen may apply to the court which issued the license for revocation on the ground that
    the licensee is no longer qualified to possess such license by virtue of his inability to satisfy the
    statutory requirements of N.J.S.A. 2C:58-4 and 2C:58-5, or if revocation is necessary in order to
    protect the public safety and welfare."
    Attorney Phil Kline, AKA gunlawyer001@gmail.com
    Thanks to all who attended my Firearms Law Workshops this year!

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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    I’m sure the juvy has an interesting history, wonder if it will see the light of day
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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    Sad for the victims...

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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    All i can say is it's a good thing it didn't have a flash suppressor otherwise the carnage would be ongoing.

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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    Quote Originally Posted by God's Country View Post
    All i can say is it's a good thing it didn't have a flash suppressor otherwise the carnage would be ongoing.
    Or a chainsaw bayonet.

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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    Just think of the carnage if he had hollow points.

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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    RIP to the victims. And RIP to what little remained of NJ 2A rights.
    Life has a melody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    Just think of the carnage if he had hollow points.
    Yeah,one of the evil bullets would have went through a wall,traveled down the road and blew someone's head off.
    There are no pacts between lions and men.

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    Default Re: Teenager Shoots Family in New Jersey

    Fake News Can't happen in NJ because of their tough gun laws. Sorry for the victims.

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