Skip to comments.Bethlehem man had 10 .40-caliber hollow point rounds in Phillipsburg, police say
Posted on 11/28/2011 4:36:27 PM PST by smokingfrog
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I guess just to make sure they feed through your gun okay.
I know they're not the same, but thought they might fall under the definition of dangerous/banned ammunition as defined by the Police State of New Jersey.
That list currently includes: CA, MA, CT, NY, IL.
I have a similar list. I'm not going to give them my business nor will they ever get sales taxes from me.
I live near there, and can say without a doubt this is gross violation of the Consitution. One could miss an exit and be in NJ, and suddenly they are a felon. This law should be overturned.....heck, should have been overturned years ago.
NRA where are you?
WARNING! Clicking on that link will drop your IQ by 40 points.
Actually, they're cartridges.
LOL - a while back they posted an article here about how people are buying firearms. In the article they said “bullets are flying off the shelves” and we were ROTF.
Glock models in .40 S&W are 22, 23, 27, and 35.
And #1 is the bullet itself. Yes, I know.
If you live in a free state you can still buy the 50 round boxes there at decent prices and have it delivered right to your door.
Gun control laws are is just a bunch of traps to make people afraid to exercise their second amendment right.
I wouldn’t go to NJ on a bet. PA either because you know the entire state is a speed trap ... they put up signs telling you how much you will get ripped off and also so that they don’t overcharge you in one of those one donkey towns. I only carry hollow points in my guns here in Texas because if I have to use them I want big holes. Solid point full metal jackets are fine for target practice.
Are hollow-points illegal in NJ?
See Nappen & Gilbert, 2009. New Jersey Gun Law Guide, page 8.
Hollow points are legal only for target practice and hunting, or on ones own property. The authors write: New Jersey is one of the only states to want to mandate that only solid nose, high penetration ammunition be utilized (so bullets will go through the intended targets and kill as many innocent bystanders as possible?)...(Officers frequently make false arrests concerning hollow point ammunition because they are unaware of the exemptions...)
Make sure that you are not accidentally transporting loose rounds (which may be left in the car after target shooting).
Low=penetration bullets which do not have hollow points are legal, such as Glaser Safety Slugs.
They wouldn’t want me on that jury.
I’d find him guilty of not having his gun on him, and sentence him to go get it, load it, holster it and get a note froma duly sworn LEO that he had done it.
Any opinion? I haven't had any luck finding this stuff locally.
I live in NJ, and I can get cheaper ammo shipped to my door from Palmetto Armory than from the shop whose link you posted.
With the exception of having to purchase pistols in NJ, because of the dumb federal laws, whenever I buy ammo, or accessories, I usually try to do it online, or out of state. I absolutely refuse to spend my money to pay taxes on firearms products in NJ, because I know that the money spent will probably go to the brain-dead morons that pass laws to further curtail my 2nd amendment rights. Why I need to show an FID to purchase pistol ammo is completely bogus. It is none of the State’s business, period. NJ’s gov’t is so brazenly anti 2nd amendment, that the last attorney general had the gall to send out a form letter to FFL’s and firearms dealers in PA to create a log of NJ residents that purchased products from them. Well, the long and short of it is that the vast majority of them told AG Anne Milgram to go screw a lamppost. The sad thing is, is that if you eliminated all of the socialist toilet cities of NJ, we’d be a solid conservative state. It’s just one of those situations where because the cities are so populated with socialist, welfare-entitlement collecting morons, that the rest of the normal populace has to suffer. It’s no wonder that the state’s population is shrinking.
Actually, they're cartridges.
Actually, the hollow point refers to the bullets in the cartridge.
A cartridge may have hollow point bullets or not...
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