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June 01, 2020 7:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


by Theresa Inacker for Black Wire Media Mon. June 1, 2020

As violence, arson and looting erupt in Atlantic City and Trenton, New Jersey’s law-abiding gun owners are once again lamenting how the 2018 ten-round magazine limit has put them at a dangerous disadvantage in the event that self-defense is required.

In June 2018, New Jersey enacted the magazine reduction ban making it illegal to possess a magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition.

Although ANJRPC filed a legal challenge immediately after the bill was signed into law, the court refused to provide interim relief, sending New Jersey’s gun owners scrambling to store magazines out of state, or seek other alternatives to avoid being charged by the state for possession. The case is still pending before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. The case survived a challenge in November 2019, when the State of New Jersey tried to have the case dismissed.

History long supports civilian ownership of firearms that can fire more than ten rounds. The earliest repeating firearms date back to the 1500’s.

As video of the looting and arson in cities show hundreds of people in crowds swarming businesses, burning churches and beating people, it proves the point that dispossessing the law-abiding of magazines holding more than ten rounds is an act of violence itself. The government’s overreaching restriction on concealed carry is also another gross violation of civil rights, placing New Jersey’s good guys at a massive disadvantage.

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The gun control crowd has lost the argument. As threats are made to enter into residential areas, shuttering people into their homes and closing businesses, criminals know that New Jersey’s populace is vulnerable.

People new to gun ownership are finding out how long the process is. They need the ability to defend themselves NOW, but thanks to New Jersey’s permitting scheme which often takes months, people are finding themselves empty-handed. People are learning that the gun control crowd has sold them total lies, making them believe that it’s easier to purchase a firearm than to buy a toy gun. Remember when New Jersey’s Senator Corey Booker said toy guns were subject to more regulation than firearms?…

People are finding out the truth, at a time when they are most vulnerable, and the police are unable to help them.

As the riots are the death knell to the lies of the gun control crowd, a new respect and awareness for the Second Amendment emerges. Let us embrace those with a new interest in being prepared, being responsible and safe.


Inacker wrote the story early in the morning. We waited for superior still photographs to appear from last night's riots in Atlantic City, NJ. Somewhat strange was the fact that although we Googled "Riots" the major news outlets kept showing us pictures of innocent protests, as if none of this had happened! Just a short while ago we found them, and Jon Bradley of Hammonton, NJ is the creator. We also just received an image of a very prepared store owner in Manville, NJ, ready to fend off rioters & looters that would dare attack his family Pizza restaurant business. Suddenly memories of Koreans on rooftops guarding their businesses during that riot come to mind. NJ is a powder keg tonight, and the only people you can trust to defend you is YOURSELF!

---The Editor

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