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Ruger makes it easy

http://www.ruger.com/micros/advocacy/takeAction.html

Thank you so much to Ruger for making it so easy for people to contact the President, Vice-President, your Senators, Representative, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State-Level Elected Officials and State Attorney General about gun rights all with just a few clicks! Take 2 minutes of your time to tell your elected officials how you feel about anti gun legislation!

Thank you Ruger! You have come a long way and I am happy to own and buy your products!
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You like guns, we get it.

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Ruger doesnt care
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You like guns, we get it.
Who doesn't?
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Who doesn't?
Probably a lot more people than you think. All my elder relatives in the family hunted when they were kids and most of them still do. I shot a BB gun once when I was kid and that was the last time I ever fired a gun. None of my cousins have ever fired one either.

I live in NJ and we have the strictest laws on firearm ownership. It is a lengthy process just to get a permit for hunting/firing range (police captains or sheriffs have the final call) and forget about concealed carry. It does not exist for civilians, only police/government. Add that onto all the crazy f@cks shooting places up, it only makes it worse for the rest of us. We have some bad crime ridden areas, but a ton of cops. I pay enough in taxes for them and that's their job, let them deal with it.

I'm not saying I disagree with anyone's right to own a gun, I'm just saying for me it's more of a headache than it's worth to get one. There are too many regulations and the law is purposely written to practically make you a criminal if you have one in your car. I'm too lazy to look it up, but if you want to go to the shooting range to use your firearm, you must go from your house to the shooting range, and immediately back home. If you travel to someone's house that isn't on the way to the range, the law says you broke the terms of your permit and you are now a criminal. If you had to take a piss and you stopped at some random store, because the gun is in your car and you didn't go directly to the firing range, you are now a criminal.

Does all this sound crazy? Welcome to New Jersey.

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Probably a lot more people than you think. All my elder relatives in the family hunted when they were kids and most of them still do. I shot a BB gun once when I was kid and that was the last time I ever fired a gun. None of my cousins have ever fired one either.

I live in NJ and we have the strictest laws on firearm ownership. It is a lengthy process just to get a permit for hunting/firing range (police captains or sheriffs have the final call) and forget about concealed carry. It does not exist for civilians, only police/government. Add that onto all the crazy f@cks shooting places up, it only makes it worse for the rest of us. We have some bad crime ridden areas, but a ton of cops. I pay enough in taxes for them and that's their job, let them deal with it.

I'm not saying I disagree with anyone's right to own a gun, I'm just saying for me it's more of a headache than it's worth to get one. There are too many regulations and the law is purposely written to practically make you a criminal if you have one in your car. I'm too lazy to look it up, but if you want to go to the shooting range to use your firearm, you must go from your house to the shooting range, and immediately back home. If you travel to someone's house that isn't on the way to the range, the law says you broke the terms of your permit and you are now a criminal. If you had to take a piss and you stopped at some random store, because the gun is in your car and you didn't go directly to the firing range, you are now a criminal.

Does all this sound crazy? Welcome to New Jersey.
Sounds a lot like toronto! If you want to fire your handgun you have to inform the authorities when you transport it... same deal. Hunting rifles / shotguns are allowed to be transported anywhere as long as they are concealed in your car (not visible) and in a case with a trigger lock (and someone in the car has a gun license).

We have lots of cops here... no need for guns unless you decide to get out of your car and pick fights with people in the rough areas... or hunting....
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Probably a lot more people than you think. All my elder relatives in the family hunted when they were kids and most of them still do. I shot a BB gun once when I was kid and that was the last time I ever fired a gun. None of my cousins have ever fired one either.

I live in NJ and we have the strictest laws on firearm ownership. It is a lengthy process just to get a permit for hunting/firing range (police captains or sheriffs have the final call) and forget about concealed carry. It does not exist for civilians, only police/government. Add that onto all the crazy f@cks shooting places up, it only makes it worse for the rest of us. We have some bad crime ridden areas, but a ton of cops. I pay enough in taxes for them and that's their job, let them deal with it.

I'm not saying I disagree with anyone's right to own a gun, I'm just saying for me it's more of a headache than it's worth to get one. There are too many regulations and the law is purposely written to practically make you a criminal if you have one in your car. I'm too lazy to look it up, but if you want to go to the shooting range to use your firearm, you must go from your house to the shooting range, and immediately back home. If you travel to someone's house that isn't on the way to the range, the law says you broke the terms of your permit and you are now a criminal. If you had to take a piss and you stopped at some random store, because the gun is in your car and you didn't go directly to the firing range, you are now a criminal.

Does all this sound crazy? Welcome to New Jersey.
That's too bad. Sorry to hear that. Guns are a right granted to us by the constitution and our country and many politicians are clearly starting to disregard that sacred document.
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We use them for target shooting. Glad i have them for protection too. Cops won't show up in time if i ever need them.
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That's too bad. Sorry to hear that. Guns are a right granted to us by the constitution and our country and many politicians are clearly starting to disregard that sacred document.
The real question is, what is going to be next??

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