Don, when you get the chance, let me know prices when it is available and also brands. I might bring along some +P stuff I have for everyone to try. Thanks for everything Don.
Hey mark, I know you're in Jersey, but you're welcome to come to the shoot we're setting up for next month. We haven't 100% decided on a date yet, but here's the thread with the date poll and info on the location.No problem guys just trying to help my NY neighbors out . This really is a great deal on great range ammo. September 1st is when ammo prices are jumping up 20% so stock up now while you can.
He won't be able to as it's not an NRA or competition event.Hey mark, I know you're in Jersey, but you're welcome to come to the shoot we're setting up for next month. We haven't 100% decided on a date yet, but here's the thread with the date poll and info on the location.
If you had issues transporting your guns to the range, I'm sure those of us going wouldn't mind sharing the ones we bring.
This is crazy - you can't even exercise peaceful journey without some kind of permit from some state. IE: PA doesn't require permits to own except for CCW. If you don't have CCW, transportation through the state of NY is a felony.NEW YORK--The transportation of handguns is prohibited except by a resident with a license to carry.
A member or coach of an accredited college or university target pistol team may transport a handgun into or through New York to participate in a collegiate, Olympic or target pistol shooting competition provided that the handgun is unloaded and carried in a separate locked container.
Nonresident target shooters may enter or pass through New York State with handguns for purposes of any NRA-approved competition if the competitor has in his possession a copy of the match program, proof of entry and a pistol license or firearms registration card from his state of residence. The handgun must be unloaded and transported in a fully opaque container.
New York State has strict laws governing illegal possession of handguns which can result in a possible seven-year jail sentence for offenders.
Caution--New York law presumes that an individual stopped in possession of five or more handguns, without a state permit, possesses the handguns for illegal sale, thus subjecting this person to an increased sentence.
Caution--New York is the only state that prohibits the transportation of handguns without a license. Travelers should therefore be particularly careful since they face severe consequences should they inadvertently violate the state's highly restrictive statutes.
NEW YORK CITY--A city permit is required for possession and transportation of handguns and long guns. New York State handgun permits are invalid within the city limits; however, New York State residents may transport their licensed handguns unloaded through the city if these are locked in a container and the trip is continuous. Long guns may be kept in the city for only 24 hours while in transit and must be unloaded and stored in a locked container or vehicle trunk for the period.
New York City forbids possession of an "assault weapon," which includes various specified semi automatic rifles and shotguns, or revolving cylinder shotguns. It is unlawful to possess an "ammunition feeding device" capable of holding more than 17 rounds in a handgun, or more than 5 rounds in a rifle or shotgun.
In all cases, the general rule should be observed. The New York State law on illegal possession applies to the City as well.