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stang68
04-17-2010, 12:17
hey every one sorry that this isnt about reloading but i think that the info im looking for will be here. i live in NJ so the gun laws here are gun are the devil and no one shud have them, stuped i know. hollow point are also illegal and i may need to carry for my new job. what will do the most damage besides hollow points i wanna make shud if i have to fire it will put them down

unclebob
04-17-2010, 12:20
What gun well you be caring?

mastrbloata
04-17-2010, 12:29
Your new job doesn't require any sort of "writing", does it? No filling out forms and such? The dealers in Jersey must have had a fun time walking you through the 4473 form.....a few times.

Perhaps expanding full metal jacket? I think Federal makes it?

Glockdude1
04-17-2010, 12:34
Your new job doesn't require any sort of "writing", does it? No filling out forms and such? The dealers in Jersey must have had a fun time walking you through the 4473 form.....a few times.


:rofl:

rahrah12
04-17-2010, 12:35
Your new job doesn't require any sort of "writing", does it? No filling out forms and such? The dealers in Jersey must have had a fun time walking you through the 4473 form.....a few times.

Perhaps expanding full metal jacket? I think Federal makes it?

hilarious!

bikerdog
04-17-2010, 12:40
federal make a really good expanding full metal jacket that does nearly the same amount of damage as a hollow point. and if your state will allow them it would be a great load.

hoffy
04-17-2010, 13:08
+1 on the federal and +2 for the spelling, it is not a text message, and accept my apologies if you have a learning disability, dyslexia really can be a drag, people don't under stand.

mastrbloata
04-17-2010, 13:34
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fredj338
04-17-2010, 18:44
PowerBall may comply as well as EFMJ. If you are carrying a 45acp, nothing wrong w/ ball ammo there, although I would prefer flat point FMJ. If you handload, & I would make an exception to carrying handloads in NJ, the Lee 200grRNFP @ 900fps would be a good stopper, huge flat point.