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GUN BILLS REACH GOVERNOR’S DESK
Governor May Act Over the Summer; Gun Owners Disappointed By Senate President Stephen Sweeney
(Editor’s Note: The level of activity in Trenton is unprecedented and changing on a daily basis. Please sign up online for ANJRPC’s free email alerts to receive the most current information.)
s we went to press in late June, anti-gun legislative attacks in the Garden State were at their zenith, with several anti-gun bills on or expected to reach Governor Christie’s desk by the end of the month. These included an amended bill banning .50 caliber firearms, Senate President Stephen Sweeney’s universally despised firearms ID card bill, a bill suspending Second Amendment rights for anyone placed on a secret government list by unaccountable bureaucrats, and legislation requiring the State Police to publicly disclose confidential ATF trace data in violation of federal law, among several others. Governor Christie could act on the gun bill package over the summer. As we went to press, it was unclear what action the Governor would take on each of the bills, but ANJRPC has been providing detailed input to
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ANJRPC THREATENS LEGAL ACTION ON VOTE-RIGGING BY ASSEMBLY DEMS
coalition of Garden State gun owner and sportsmen’s groups led by ANJRPC served legal notice on Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver on June 24, warning that impending action on several gun bills would be invalid and subject to legal challenge as a result of illegal vote-rigging in an Assembly committee earlier in June. The warning letter, prepared by ANJRPC counsel Dan Schmutter and now available on the ANJRPC website, cited a serious violation of legislative rules by the Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee at a June 6th hearing. When the Democrats’ self-described
“centerpiece” of their gun bill package (A4182 / S2723) failed during a roll-call vote, the committee chairman aborted the roll-call after 9 of 11 votes had been cast, in violation of rules requiring that voting must be completed once it has started before any further action can be taken. Rather than completing the vote as required, the chairman simply left the roll-call unfinished and instead announced he was holding the bill. Republican committee members objected and argued with the chairman. In further violation of Assembly
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WHERE TO CALL
Peter J. Hefferan, Wantage Allan Johnson, Hackettstown Carol Katona, Hamilton Carl Leisinger, Trenton Robert Maddox, Marlboro Tammie Maddox, Howell Jerry Martin, Wharton Officers Evan Nappen, Eatontown President Michael Nardone, Montclair Kathy Chatterton William H. O’Neil, Jr., Newton P.O. Box 85 Mandy Otero, Jersey City Glen Rock, NJ 07452 Jennifer Pantano, Belleville email@example.com John Paterson, Lake Hiawatha Stephen Potts, Pompton Lakes Executive Vice President Paul B. Raynolds, Summit Anthony P. Colandro George Shivery, Gibbstown 75 Rutgers St. Henry Uiga, West Caldwell Belleville, NJ 07109 firstname.lastname@example.org Robert Verhasselt, Rochelle Park Robert Viden, Central Recording Secretary Gloucester Co. Matthew Carmel Past Presidents 12 Hoffman St. Scott L. Bach Maplewood, NJ 07040 email@example.com Robert Esch Allan Johnson Corresponding Secretary Cal Ellis (1923-2002) Jeffrey Doremus 5 Sicomac Road, Suite 292 Lewis J. Kendrick (1918-2004) Range Trustees North Haledon, NJ 07508 firstname.lastname@example.org John J. Healey Dave Lange Treasurer William H. O’Neil, Jr. Theodore J. Guis William J. O’Neil, Jr. 61 RIverview Terrace John Paterson Riverdale, NJ 07457 Henry Uiga email@example.com Directors Emeritus Custodial Officer Michael Bodner Dave Lange Peggy Bodner P.O. Box 85 Dave Boland Glen Rock, NJ 07452 Lyn Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org Charles Hildebrandt Regional Vice Presidents Judy Iorio Maria Alampi, Sandyston Wally Lowensten Scott L. Bach, Newfoundland Don Toenschoff Kevin J. Ball, Englishtown Vincent Trossello Larry Braico, North Bergen Chris Wyman Lisa Marie Caso, Jersey City Chuck Collins, Ledgewood Range Trustees Emeritus Roger Billington Mike Cutrera, Piscataway Frank Dolan Craig Dear, Woodbury Debby Dempsey, Oak Ridge Dan Halkard Edward Dempsey, Oak Ridge ANJRPC Foundation Trustees Scott L. Bach, Executive Paul Devane, Ringoes Robert E. Esch, Franklin Lakes Director John Gemmill, Cliffwood Beach Kathy Chatterton, Treasurer John Healey, Highland Lakes Tammie Maddox, Secretary Membership Records/Status Maria Alampi (201) 891-2376 Anthony P. Colandro email@example.com Robert Maddox Cherry Ridge Range Robert Verhasselt
Scott L. Bach, Esq. P.O. Box 651 Newfoundland, NJ 07435 firstname.lastname@example.org (973) 697-9270
Committees & Programs
(973) 764-4100 (Membership Sunday and General Information) (973) 764-1333 (Range Availability Hotline) News & Briefs Editor & Advertising Marjorie Kleiman email@example.com (973) 586-1088 (v) (973) 586-1089 (f) NRA Field Representative – NJ Lou Fico (914) 337-0196
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Archery Pete Graziano, Chair (973) 874-0044 firstname.lastname@example.org Bench Rest Bob White, Chair (973) 663-5159 Black Powder Earl Becker, Chair (973) 694-6377 CMP Liaison Carl Leisinger (609) 883-3729 Competitions Oversight Dave Lange, Chair (201) 251-0933 Finance Kathy Chatterton, Chair email@example.com High Power Committee Carl Leisinger, Chair (609) 883-3729 Hunter Liaison Pat Blazer, Co-Chair firstname.lastname@example.org George Shivery, Co-Chair (856) 423-2421 International Pistol Dave Lange, Chair (201) 251-0933 Junior Activities Harry Jacobs, Chair (908) 756-3728 Law Enforcement Myke Nardone, Chair (973) 338-3729 Legal Affairs Evan Nappen, Chair (732) 389-8888 Legislative Action Scott L. Bach, Co-Chair Robert Viden, Co-Chair (856) 881-0295 Meetings & Conventions Jennifer Pantano, Chair (201) 268-2618 Member Club Liaison Maria Alampi email@example.com Membership Kathy Chatterton, Chair (201) 891-2376 News & Briefs Distribution Maria Alampi, Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Opinion Leader Outreach Paul Raynolds, Chair (908) 899-1486 Outreach Chair, Unassigned Permit Issues Dan Schmutter, Chair (973) 214-6298 email@example.com Pistol John Gemmill, Chair (732) 566-3096 Public Affairs Scott L. Bach, Chair Range Allocation Henry Uiga (973) 228-2383 firstname.lastname@example.org Range Scheduling Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 email@example.com Research Chris Wyman, Chair (973) 764-9421 firstname.lastname@example.org Scholarships Mike Cutrera, Chair (267) 568-2134 Shows & Exhibitions Larry Braico, Chair (201) 869-7320 Smallbore Mandy Otero, Chair (201) 653-0347 Sporting Rifle Allan Johnson, Chair (908) 852-1424 Summer Biathlon Chris Rogers (908) 722-9327 Training Chair, Unassigned Vendor Discount Program Suzanne Axt email@example.com Women’s Outreach Denise Diamond, Chair (201) 981-9750
ANJRPC 2012-2013 Officers & Committee Chairpeople
NEWS & BRIEFS
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News & Briefs is published six times a year (January, March, May, July, September and November) by the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, Inc. (ANJRPC), P.O. Box 353, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444-0353. ANJRPC is a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Rifle Association for the purpose of promoting safety and education in the sport of shooting. (Fair market value: $6.00 per year or $1.00 per copy.) Printed in USA. Postmaster send change of address form to P.O. Box 1580, West Caldwell, NJ 07007-1580. Reprint permission is granted provided credit is given. Opinions expressed by authors are not necessarily those of the ANJRPC. n © Copyright 2013 Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, Inc. All rights reserved.
Executive Director’s Message
BY SCOTT L. BACH
he past six months have presented the ultimate challenge for those who love Liberty. First, a tragedy of epic proportions, pure evil at the hands of a monster. Next, a one-sided media firestorm, devoid of facts or fairness, blaming us for the acts of a madman. Then, a nationwide legislative juggernaut to steamroll our rights into oblivion. New York took the first hit, then Colorado and Connecticut. In New Jersey, more than 80 gun bills came at us in a steady stream from January to June, in an endless procession of legislative hearings and inquisitions where gun owners stood up and fought with every ounce of heart and strength against impossible odds. It’s been a battle of epic proportions – non-stop, ruthless and relentless, and the enemies of freedom never counted on ordinary folks locking arms to form Liberty’s shield. But that’s exactly what we did, and now that we are entering the final phase of the fight, it’s time to look back briefly and assess the battlefield. Out of more than 80 bills introduced, as we went to press it appeared that approximately 16 were heading to the Governor’s desk. Of those 16, two were positive for gun owners, 9 were neutral or neutralized through amendments resulting from gun owner input, and 5 were blatant attacks on gun rights. Four pro-active, uncontroversial bills addressing longstanding gun owner concerns were promised but were stalled and have not yet been delivered. Additionally, anti-gun Democrats suffered several extremely embarrassing moments that were documented on YouTube videos that have gone viral. These include the infamous hot mic comments of three legislators discussing gun confiscation and disparaging gun owners; various committee chair blunders (dishonoring the pledge of allegiance, telling the public their testimony would be taken after voting, and heavy-handed ejection of gun owners from hearings); and blatant committee voterigging that could result in the demise of the awful Sweeney firearms ID card bill. These results have come at a price: gun owners are physically and emotionally exhausted from 6 months of intense and non-stop battle. But there is no rest for the weary yet – this is the moment to which we all have been called, and we must persevere to the very end. If the flame of Freedom burns in your heart – and you wouldn’t have read this far if it didn’t – then you must find the strength to go the distance and see this fight through the final phase. Liberty is calling, and the Second Amendment’s future is at stake. Answer the call. n Scott L. Bach, Esq. is ANJRPC Executive Director and past President, and a member of the NRA Board of Directors. He is a former member of law enforcement. Website: www.bachbio.com, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
IN THIS ISSUE
–– 3 Executive Director’s Message –– 3 Gun & Knife Shows –– 4 Defending Your Rights –– 5 President’s Message –– 6 FNRA Banquets & Auctions –– 7 ANJRPC Training –– 8 Range Report –– 9 ANJRPC Donations Update –– 10 Events –– 12 NJ State Indoor Pistol Champs –– 12 NJ State Team Wins Silver –– 13 NSSF Grant Applications for Boy Scouts –– 13 Stand and Fight Commentary –– 15 ANJRPC Member Clubs –– 18 Discounts for ANJRPC Members –– 19 Places to Shoot –– 20 Advertisements –– 30 Range Event Calendar
GO THE DISTANCE
Save This Date!
The event of the year has officially been set.
The ANJRPC Annual Meeting and FNRA Banquet will be held Saturday, October 19, 2013.
The dinner will be held at the Rosewood in Edison, NJ. Do not miss this event! Seating will be limited. Please save the date. See page 6 for more details.
July 13-14, Allentown, PA Forks of the Delaware Historical Arms Info: (610) 438-9006 (6pm-9pm only) www.allentownshow.net July 27-28, Scranton Ice Box Arena (570) 470-6404 or (570) 239-7222 www.jaegerarmspromotions.com Aug. 10-11, Oaks, PA Greater Phila. Expo Center Info: (610) 393-3047 www.eaglearmsgunshows.com Aug. 24-25, Lake Harmony, PA Split Rock Lodge Info: (610) 393-3047 www.eaglearmsgunshows.com Aug. 31-Sept. 1, Gettysburg, PA All Star Conference Center Info: (610) 393-3047 www.eaglearmsgunshows.com Sept. 7-8, Warminster, PA SMG Sports Plex Info: (610) 975-0877 www.vfgcpromotions.com Sept. 7-8, Middletown, NY Orange County Fairgrounds Info: (914) 248-1000 www.northeastgunshows.com Sept. 14-15, Reading, PA Reading Expo Center Info: (610) 393-3047 www.eaglearmsgunshows.com Sept. 21-22, Harrisburg, PA PA Farm Show Complex Info: (570) 679-2250 www.maacpsse.com Sept. 28-29, Easton, PA Lehigh Valley Knife Show Charles Chrin Community Center Info: (610) 253-2745 www.paknifeshow.com
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GUN BILLS REACH GOVERNOR’S DESK
Governor’s office throughout the legislative process this year and will continue to do so over the Summer. Gun owner attention should turn to the Governor’s office in July and August—please subscribe to ANJRPC’s free email alerts for updates and specific action alerts. A tremendous amount has happened in Trenton since the last issue of News & Briefs. In April, Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-3) met privately several times with leaders of both the gun rights and anti-gun communities to discuss anticipated legislation. While we were initially encouraged by the dialogue, and some of our input made the legislation “less bad,” it was clear by the end of the process that the larger agenda had been pre-determined, anti-gun organizations were driving the process, and gun owner input was relegated to micro-commenting on bad bills that were going to move and nothing more. Tellingly, ANJRPC’s proactive agenda of simple, noncontroversial fixes to ongoing problems plaguing gun owners could have easily been attached to the other legislation moving through the process, but instead was stalled and delayed for months and now has an uncertain future. Among other things, ANJRPC had sought strict enforcement of the 30-day permitting requirement for FID cards and handgun purchase permits, extension of handgun purchase permits to one year, and transportation clarifications to eliminate the risk of 10year jail sentences for brief stops en route to the range. These tiny asks should have been easy and a no-brainer. The events of the last several months have proved to be a significant disappointment regarding Senate President Sweeney, who previously had an excellent record on Second Amendment issues. To his credit, he (for now) has blocked passage of magazine capacity restriction bills, but the onesided discussion process this Spring, his failure to move the proactive agenda of simple fixes together with his own agenda, and his awful FID card bill, mark a very significant directional change from someone who has previously been an ally. The FID card bill (S2723), touted by Sweeney as a “national model,” throws out existing FID cards and replaces them with either a privacy-invading driver license endorsement or other form of ID; suspends Second Amendment rights without proof of firearms training; imposes a 7-day waiting period for handgun purchases; ends all private sales; and
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effectively creates a registry of ammunition purchases and long gun sales. The final version of the fifty caliber ban (A3659) bans firearms that shoot centerfire cartridges of any caliber that attain a muzzle energy of 12,000 ft-lbs. or greater. Though limited grandfathering has been added in response to gun owner concerns, the firearms must be registered, cannot be passed down to heirs, and owners will be civilly liable for damages if the firearm is used in a crime. Additionally, the bill has been amended specifically to prevent anyone with a pending order for these firearms from taking possession of them. The efforts of gun owners over the past 6 months have been extraordinary and have had a definite impact on the legislative process. The massive outcry of gun owners in February in response to Assembly attacks slowed down the process in the Senate. The sustained pressure in the Senate slowed and disrupted the process even further. And the delivery of the bill package to the Governor in late June means that action taken over the summer could stymie anti-gun legislation while the legislature is out of session and less likely to return before the November elections. Because of gun owner efforts, anti-gun legislation that was intended to be completed in March has been pared down, amended, and held back until late June, which could let us live to fight another day. Because of gun owner efforts, anti-gun politicians have been exposed as lawless gun-banners who are bent on confiscating firearms. From the committee chairman who stated that he will take testimony after committee voting, to the 3 legislators caught on an open microphone saying they wanted to “confiscate, confiscate, confiscate” guns, to the committee vote-rigging in violation of legislative rules (see page 1), who these people are and what they aim to do has been laid bare for all to see. Gun owners must continue to remain engaged throughout the summer, until the very end of the lawmaking process. Again, please subscribe to ANJRPC’s free email alerts to receive the latest information and action alerts. And please consider making a donation to our efforts today. n
ANJRPC THREATENS LEGAL ACTION ON VOTE-RIGGING BY ASSEMBLY DEMS
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BY KATHY CHATTERTON
Rules, the bill was then transferred to a different committee (the Assembly Budget Committee) where the outcome could be better controlled by Democrats. The Budget Committee voted to release the bill 11 days later in a partisan vote. In a joint statement by ANJRPC, NJSFCS, and NJ2AS, the groups said “Vote-rigging doesn’t get any more blatant than this. These legislators ignored their own rules when they couldn’t get their way in one committee, obstructing the bill’s defeat and relocating it to another committee for a “do-over” vote where the fix was in. This outrageous abuse of power will result in the ultimate demise of this legislation.” New Jersey Assembly Rule 12:3 provides that once a roll-call vote begins, no further action can be taken until the results are announced. Rule 10:6 requires that committees follow this mandate. Rule 10:22 states that any bills passed by a committee in violation of the rules are forbidden from being considered for third reading or final action, which would invalidate any final action taken on the legislation by the Assembly. It also would invalidate Assembly action on 10 other gun bills released by the Law and Public Safety Committee on June 6th. The legislation at issue is Senate President Stephen Sweeney’s 42-page omnibus FID bill that restricts only lawabiding citizens and has no impact on criminals (see detailed bill description in the lead story on page 1). Although Democrats have described the bill as a “national model,” legislators from both parties have questioned the purpose of the bill and expressed serious concerns about it. Gun owners have universally condemned the legislation. n
Range Safety—It’s Not Just About Firearms
embers of Cherry Ridge Range will soon be seeing new signage about range safety procedures having to do with hearing protection and that address eating, drinking and smoking on the firing lines. Range safety is certainly about safe firearms handling procedures; however, it’s also about proper health and hygiene practices during and after shooting. Most of us know that exposure to loud noise can damage hearing, which is why most ranges require hearing protection. As a competitive shooter, I make it a practice to “double plug” since I am exposed to the noise of gunfire on a regular basis and I want to be sure I am doing all I can to protect my hearing. We strongly recommend that our members and guests adopt this practice since it further protects the hearing. Double plugging means that the shooter uses earplugs that are inserted into the ear canal as well as using over-the-ear, headphone-type hearing protection. When not actually shooting, the shooter is free to remove the earmuff hearing protection, but leaves the ear plugs in place. This helps to insure that the shooter is never entirely without hearing protection in the event that for some reason there is a discharge of a firearm when the shooter was not expecting it. Make sure to inspect the foam insides of whatever type of earmuffs you are using since foam can become dry and brittle, thereby losing its protective sound insulation. New earmuffs can be purchased at the Cherry Ridge Range Store at discounted pricing along with disposable and reusable ear plugs. In addition to being proactive about hearing protection, shooters should also refrain from smoking, eating or drinking at the range while shooting and should take care to wash hands carefully after shooting. Personal items and items not in use during shooting should be kept behind the safety line so as not to accumulate dust. Eye protection is also very important and most ranges also require that shooters wear eye protection while shooting or being on the range near where shooting is taking place. Shooting glasses or goggles protect the eyes from dust and fragments that may be in the air so be sure to wear them! There are shooting glasses available at the range store in many styles including ladies’ styles and sunglasses. Most items in the range store are discounted from normal retail prices so stock up on earmuffs, protective glasses and shooting hand wipes to insure a safe and healthy day at the range! n Kathy Chatterton is ANJRPC President and holds the CMP Distinguished Pistol and NRA Distinguished Revolver awards. She is the current Ladies’ National Service Pistol Champion and a Daughter of the American Revolution. She is ANJRPC’s first female president in its 77-year history.
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Combined ANJRPC Annual Meeting Banquet & Friends of NRA Dinner Auction!
6:00 PM, Saturday, October 19, 2013 The Rosewood, 2863 Woodbridge Avenue Edison, NJ 08837, (732) 549-2900 The evening consists of: Live & Silent Auctions, Drawings, Door Prize Firearms, Wildlife Art, Men’s & Women’s Jewelry, Shooting Accessories, & NRA Specialty Items
Open Cash Bar All Evening
Hosted by ANJRPC
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ARS! CALEND . is free R U O Y MARK g at 3:30 p.m ness meetin
50% of the proceeds to benefit New Jersey’s Shooting Safety and Education Programs
Individual Banquet Ticket $60.00 Couples Banquet Ticket $110.00 Captain’s Table $600.00
Featuring the 2013 NRA Gun of the Year: Weatherby Vanguard Series 2 Eurosport Sub-MOA 270Win
2013 Knife of the Year: Moose Bone Skinner
Yes! Count me in!
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Individual Banquet Ticket(s): _______ x $ 60.00=__________ Couples Banquet Ticket(s): _________ x $110.00=__________ Captain’s Table for 10 o $600.00 Table Name______________ Additional tax-deductible contribution of $________________
sponsored by and to benefit the NRA Foundation - NJ State Fund Committee Enter to Win $3,000 in Apple products Winner drawn on October 19, 2013 at 9PM, EST For raffle tickets, contact Jennifer Pantano, (201) 268-2618 or email@example.com
Order info (All tickets will be held at the door)
Name: ______________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________ City: ________________________ State:_____ Zip:_________ Phone: (_____) _______________________________________ CC# ________________________________________________ Expiration date:___/___/___ CCV# Code_________________ Signature: ___________________________________________ e-mail:_______________________________________________ Mail to: FNRA Dinner c/o Jennifer Pantano 78 Rutgers Street Belleville, NJ 07109 For info or phone reservations, call Jennifer at (201) 268-2618 Checks Payable to: ANJRPC FNRA
Freedom isn’t Free, and it Must be Taught. Come, Support Freedom!
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The calendar of ANJRPC’s NRA-certified firearms training classes is below. Pre-registration is required. To register, and for additional information, please call (973) 486-2300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The schedule is subject to change—please see www.anjrpc.org for the most current information. DATE Fri., July 5 Sat., July 6 Fri., July 12 Sat., July 13 Sun., July 14 Fri., July 19 Sat., July 20 Sun., July 21 Fri., July 26 Sat., July 27 Sun., July 28 Fri., Aug. 2 Sat., Aug. 3 Fri., Aug. 9 Sat., Aug. 10 Fri., Aug. 16 Sun., Aug. 18 Fri., Aug. 23 Sat., Aug. 24 Sun., Aug 25 Fri., Aug. 30 Sat., Aug. 31 CLASS TYPE FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol (women only) FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Shotgun FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol (women only) FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol FIRST Steps Pistol COST $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 $190 LOCATION Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge Cherry Ridge TIME 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 1:00pm - 5:00 pm 9:30am - 1:30pm 9:30am - 1:30pm
NRA FIRST Steps training is designed to provide hands-on introduction to safe firearms handling, gun parts and operation, ammunition, shooting fundamentals and cleaning the firearm. Location: Cherry Ridge Range, 100 Range Road, Highland Lakes, NJ 07422
Try out the new five stand array on the Cherry Ridge shotgun range!
Similar to sporting clays and just as challenging, targets are launched in different directions from six locations
Key features: • Each stand can control four of the traps • A wide variety of targets are presented: Outgoing• Quartering away • Incoming • Wobble • Rabbit • Chondel • Controllers have a delay for solo shooting
It’s a blast! Range members and their guests can stop into the Range Store to pick up a target key to control the traps (the cost is a reasonable 30 cents per bird).
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By Dave Lange, Custodial Officer & Range Trustee
he Cherry Ridge Range is open 360 days a year. The only five days that the range is closed are Christmas Day, one work weekend in April and one work weekend in September. Work weekends are for range maintenance and this past April’s work weekend was also to honor our longtime Chief Range Trustee, John Healey. For John’s many years of service and his love of the shotgun range, the shotgun range was named the John J. Healey Shotgun Range. In a surprise presentation on April 27, ANJRPC President Kathy Chatterton dedicated the range to John, pictured below with his wife Terry. Maintenance and upgrades are continuing at the Cherry Ridge range. One long overdue is the updated sign, also below, directing members and guests to the various ranges. There is more to come... n
Limited Edition ANJRPC/NRA LOGO Flashlights!
These flashlights feature both the ANJRPC and NRA logos (one on each side). These large, sturdy, super-bright LED flashlights are used by military and police agencies worldwide. They are 10” long, weigh 14 oz. (23 oz. with batteries installed) and the 3-watt LED lights are powered by 2 D-cell batteries (not included). The flashlights are made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum, sport an anodized anti-abrasive finish, a knurled grip for water resistance and they feature a toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating. Comes fully equipped with a military barrel holster and belt clip.
Get yours now at the range store! Incredible discounted price of $30! (Value: $89.99)
Limited edition— when they’re gone, they’re gone!
*Note: Glock 21 and Tom Brown Scout knife shown for size reference only
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ANJRPC DOnationS UPDATE Clubs & Members Go the Distance to Defend Freedom!
NJRPC members and member clubs have stepped up in a big way to financially support our efforts defending freedom in the State House, the media, and the courts. ANJRPC is grateful for the support and humbled by it. Central Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club donated an extraordinary $23,500 (see photo at right)! Old Bridge Rifle & Pistol Club donated an extremely generous $5,000, and many other clubs have stepped up and donated whatever they could afford. We have also received many, many donations of all sizes directly from ANJRPC members and non-members. Ranging from $10 to $1,000 and more, we have never seen such an outpouring of support from patriots as we are seeing right now – and we’re going to need every penny of it for our continuing efforts. Individuals who donated $500 or more include Marcell J. Montalbano, Lee M. Lichtenstein, Ronald M. Van Dalinda, James S. Smith, Ronald John Lysek Jr. and Douglas Blauvelt. We will be acknowledging all donations in a future issue. If you haven’t donated to the battle yet, please consider making a contribution today. n
Central Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club Treasurer John Coakley (l) and President John Scott (r) present ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach with a $20,000 donation to the ANJRPC on April 3, following their prior donation of $3,500.
PLEASE DONATE TO ANJRPC
Please help us as we defend against the worst attack on gun rights in state history. We are battling in the State House, in the media, and the courts. Please support our efforts as we work to defend freedom. Donate online at the ANJRPC website, in person at the Range Store, or mail a check payable to ANJRPC to: ANJRPC Donations c/o Scott Bach P.O. Box 651 Newfoundland, NJ 07435
$10K Matching Challenge
NJRPC Life Member / NRA Board Member Bill Bachenberg recently issued an extremely generous matching donation challenge to help raise needed funds for ANJRPC. For every $2 received in donations from members, Mr. Bachenberg will donate $1 until his donation total reaches $10,000. Mr. Bachenberg is also owner of Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays, one of the premiere sporting clays ranges in the northeast. Please help us meet this challenge by making a donation today. n
Gun For Hire Donates Training
hanks to ANJRPC Executive Vice President Anthony P. Colandro and Gun For Hire for providing complimentary first aid and emergency response training classes to ANJRPC range personnel. Gun For Hire instructors taught the classes in sessions spanning two full days. n
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FNRA BANQUETS & FUNDRAISING AUCTIONS
Live & Silent Auctions, Drawings, Door Prize, Wildlife Art, Men’s & Women’s Jewelry, Shooting Accessories, NRA & Specialty Items 50% of the proceeds remain in NJ to benefit shooting & safety education programs
September 5 Hardyston September 7 Pennsauken October 11 Hampton Maria Alampi (973) 948-5069 Victor A. Lekas (609) 870-9226 Duane Swidor (908) 534-4505
October 19 Edison (ANJRPC) Jennifer Pantano (908) 534-4505 Refer to the Friends of NRA web site at www.friendsofnra.org for the most up-to-date listings
If you would like to see a Friends of NRA event in your town or local area or wish to volunteer and be part of a committee, please call the NRA Field Representative listed below for information. New Jersey: Lou Fico (914) 337-0196 • Email: email@example.com
Call for World War One Buffs, Collectors and Reenactors!
tan Gurski, who runs the annual Armistice Day Shoot for the New Jersey Arms Collectors, an ANJRPCaffiliated organization, is reaching out to persons with more than an average interest in World War I who are willing to share that passion with the residents of New Jersey. You are invited to join the NJACC (go to www.njacc.info) in order that we might better network. The NJACC already has a traveling team that does WWII presentations to youth groups, historical societies and veterans’ groups. We would like to see if in anticipation of the 100th anniversary of World War I we can start to get organized. In particular the year 2017 will be the 100th anniversary of U.S. involvement and we would like to have a clearinghouse and point of contact for events in New Jersey. If interested contact GurskiLTC@aol.com or (732) 388-1202. n
Empowering Women Through the Shooting Sports
For more information, go to www.stirandshoot.com
JUNIOR PISTOL ORIENTATION NOW REQUIRED
Attention Cherry Ridge Range members: All junior members (12-18) must now attend a special pistol range orientation and safety briefing before they can use the pistol range. Please see www.anjrpc.org for details or email Paul Raynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org. n
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Presented by Savage Arms in partnership with Hornady Ammunition and Nikon Optics
Savage Range Day
Experience the Accuracy of Savage Arms Rifles
Model 110 BA
September 22, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Cherry Ridge Range
Model 11 Lady Hunter
The Definition of Accuracy
Model 93R17 TR
Model 110 BA 300 Win Mag Model 11 Long Range Hunter 6.5 Creedmoor Model 11 Lightweight Hunter 6.5 Creedmoor Model 11 Lady Hunter 243 Win Model 25 Lightweight Varminter .17 Hornet Model 11 Trophy Hunter Youth 243 Win Model B. Bag .17 WSM Model 93 R17 TRR-SR .17 HMR Model Rascal 22LR Model 220 Slug – Stainless 20 Ga.
Come and try out some of our latest and greatest models. Children are welcome to shoot the Rascal and the Trophy Hunter youth model. A small amount of 22LR and 17HMR ammo will be provided to each shooter with centerfire rounds available for purchase at $1 per round.
For more information email email@example.com
In celebration of the 68th Anniversary of the Defeat of the Japanese Imperial Forces
The New Jersey Arms Collectors Club V.J. Day Marksmanship Competition
Saturday, August 27, 2013
Shongum Sportsmen’s Chapel Hill Range 363 Janes Chapel Road, Mansfield (Oxford), NJ 07863
$30* for 10 competition rifle targets for non-members, $20 for NJACC/Shongum members Family/significant others: $60 for two benches and up to 6 competitors, 10 targets per shooter
(*Note: Price differential members/non-members is applicable towards Membership Dues in NJACC) Includes Rice Cakes, Hot Dogs, Liberty Cabbage, Pork & Beans and Soft Drinks Lunch
Invites you to participate in the
NJ State Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs
Founded in 1935, NJSFSC is a group of outdoor enthusiasts that believe that hunting, fishing and trapping play a vital role in natural resource conservation. It’s easy to join NJSFSC. Below is information about Individual Insurance. Detailed information on their activities is available at: www.njsfsc.org
Insured Sportsmen Member $35.00
Receives $1,000,000 excess liability insurance, membership certificate and the Federation Monthly Newspaper.
Insured Sportsmen - Household Member $30.00
Receives insurance coverage and membership certificate. No newspaper.
PRIZES: Trophy to the Best in Each Class Emperor Trophy: For best score with a Japanese rifle Tokyo Rose Trophy: For best female score Banzi: Best score for person under 18 FIREARMS: Curios and Relics of the WWII Pacific Theater (original stocks & sights) Rifle contests require 10 shots each @ 100 yards – firing position optional (except M1 Garand) Handgun contests require 10 shots each @ 50 feet – standing one-hand For specific firearms requirements and competition applicability, Contact shoot chairman Stan Gurski at GurskiLTC@aol.com or (732) 388-1202
Sportsmen Member $20.00
(No insurance) Receives the Federation Monthly Newspaper and a membership certificate.
Basic Sportsmen Membership $5.00
Receives a membership certificate. Additional members in the same household can be listed on a separate sheet of paper. A NJSFSC Membership Application can be obtained at the official NJSFSC website by inserting this link: http://www.njsfsc.org/3_indapp.htm Or requesting an application by contacting them directly at: N.J. State Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs, Inc. P.O. Box 10173, Trenton, NJ 08650-0173 Phone: 856 881-8347
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New Jersey State Indoor Conventional Pistol Championship
By Mary Badiak
he NJ Indoor State Pistol Championship was again hosted this year by clubs in Old Bridge and Riverdale, March 15-17, with 80 competitors, including 55 NJ residents and 9 NJ juniors, participating. The overall match winner was Dave Lange of Glen Rock, again claiming his title as New Jersey Indoor Champion with a score of 2659-134X (of a possible 2700). Annemarie Pepitone of Waretown was Indoor Woman Champion with 2363-39X. Kevin Ball of Englishtown was High Resident Senior with 255171X. John Gemmill of Cliffwood Beach earned honors as High Grand Senior with 2546-75X. The title of Indoor Junior Champion was well earned by 20-year-old Joseph Storch of Piscataway. He also claimed High Marksman honors with 2399-48X, the highest Indoor Junior aggregate in six years, which included “personal bests” 847-21X in the .22 caliber match and 787-12X with .45! Ralph Barbary of Woodland Park was top NJ Resident Master with 254368X. First place Expert was Edilino Situico of Hamilton with his “personal best” 2566-84X. High Sharpshooter was Keith Stern of Kendall Park with 2433-37X. Paul Bredus of Matawan fired a Centerfire “personal best” (80717X) and broke 2400 for the first time. Eric Verhasselt of Rochelle Park fired his “personal best” grand aggregate 2389-40X, earning his “promotion” to Sharpshooter! n
RJ Kopec, age 18, of Northvale fired his first NRA pistol match—check out that 97 in Timed Fire!
In his last year as “Junior,” Joseph Storch clinched Indoor Sharpshooter classification
First “clean target” for NY shooter Greg Gold
New Jersey State Team Wins Silver
By Mary Badiak
he combined .22 caliber NMC scores of the top 10 New Jersey competitors at our 2012 Outdoor State Pistol Championship held last September were submitted for national ranking in the NRA State Team Postal Match—this year NJ came in 2nd place, missing 1st by only 4 points! Congratulations to Dave Lange (who had fired 299-17X of a possible 300!), Mike Westock, Kevin Ball, Norm Glitz, Gary LaRocca, Ed Glidden, Mike G. Soklaski, Stephen Smith, Michael Kirk and Mark Jenkins. n
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Local Boy Scouts Councils Can Apply for $100,000 in Grants from NSSF
popular Scouting activities, and NSSF hopes even more Scouts will gain knowledge of the shooting sports by taking advantage of these grants.” BSA Councils applying for a grant must specifically earmark funds for shooting sports programs and provide matching funds at least equal to the grant request. NSSF will provide funding to the first 50 qualifying applicants up to a maximum of $2,000 in matching support. Councils must use awarded funds toward the purchase of equipment and supplies for their shooting sports activities from an NSSF member retailer, a list of which is available at www.nssf.org/ retailers/find. Examples of qualifying purchases are ammunition, eye and ear protection, firearms, targets and shooting vests. Applicants may view NSSF BSA Council Challenge Grant guidelines and application procedures at www.nssf.org/ bsagrant. For information contact Melissa Schilling at NSSF at firstname.lastname@example.org. n
or the third year, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) will make available a total of $100,000 in challenge grants to encourage local Boy Scouts of America Councils to develop or expand their activities in target shooting and marksmanship. The challenge grants from NSSF, the trade association for the firearms, ammunition, hunting and shooting sports industry, are available to qualifying BSA Councils. Target shooting programs are among Scouting’s most popular, teaching Scouts marksmanship skills, firearm and range safety, teamwork and fundraising. “Our challenge grant program extends our longstanding partnership with the Boy Scouts of America and presents councils with a great opportunity to teach Scouts about the shooting sports and safe, responsible firearms ownership,” said Melissa Schilling, NSSF’s director of recruitment and retention. “Target shooting has long ranked among the most
Stand and Fight
Commentary by Robert L. Viden reedom is God’s precious gift that everyone should know. Our founding fathers recognized that our rights and freedoms were granted by our creator when they wrote our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Our rights and freedoms are under constant attack and we must stand and fight for our freedom every day. Whenever legislation is proposed contact your representative and express your views. Write letters to the editor of your paper, talk to your friends and neighbors, speak at your local club, and promote freedom in all you do and all you say. Our forefathers fought for freedom in Trenton in 1776 and we must fight for our rights and freedom in Trenton today. We also must fight for our rights and freedom in Washington, D.C. In November we must vote freedom first, and we must remember how our representatives voted on any firearms bill in the past. Do not vote for anyone that wishes to reduce our rights of freedoms. On a federal level, the U.S. Senate must vote to ratify a UN treaty by a two-thirds majority and the Senate also approves Supreme Court appointments and federal judges. We must vote for our freedom in all elections. Two reports on homicides were released in May 2013; one by the government’s Bureau of Justice Statistics which found that gun-related homicides dropped 39 percent between 1993 and 2011. Another report by the Pew Research Center found a similar decline by looking at the rate of gun homicides, which compares the number of killings to the size of the county’s population. It found that the number of gun homicides per 100,000 people fell from 7 in 1993 to 3.6 in 2010, a drop of 49 percent. There is no need for additional restrictive firearm legislation and we must stand and fight for our rights and freedom. Stand and fight. Vote freedom first. God bless America. n
ANJRPC Launches Member Rewards Program!
Join. Browse. Save Today!
We are excited to introduce our new Member Rewards program, available to you as a member of the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs! To join, log in at www.anjrpc.org and click on the Member Rewards link from your profile menu. Designed to provide exclusive offers to our members, the new Member Rewards program gives you immediate access to THOUSANDS of discounts from a wide variety of exciting companies like AMC Theatres, Sprint, Walt Disney World, Best Buy, Red Lobster, 1-800-Flowers, Macy’s and many more. Join now, browse great deals, and start saving today! PLUS, a portion of proceeds will benefit our organization. Thank you for your support... and happy savings.
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Get Your Gear at Cherry Ridge!
Shooting supplies are available at the Cherry Ridge Range Store Targets, target frames and backers, staple guns, clothing items and other goods offered at discounted prices Clay throwers and target frames can be rented at reasonable prices Gift certificates are also available Free coffee and tea in the clubhouse! Store hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 7 days a week • (973) 764-4100
he ANJRPC Foundation would like to thank Adorama and Elvex Corporation for their generous donation of shooting eyewear. All donated equipment is used or sold to support ANJRPC activities, and we thank donators for their support to help make each of our outreach events a continuing success. We can still use any shooting-related items that you can donate. Donations to the ANJRPC Foundation are tax-deductible and we will provide a receipt for the value of all donations. Email Dave Lange at email@example.com or call (201) 891-2376 if you would like to donate something, or if you have questions about making a donation. n
ANJRPC Buyer’s Guide
The ANJRPC Buyer’s Guide offers free advertising for our members’ businesses, a comprehensive guide to local and national shooting, hunting and outdoor trade vendors, and discounted goods and services for ANJRPC members. Help keep your dollars in the pro-Second Amendment community, and out of the hands of anti-gunners!
ANJRPC Gift Certificates Available
Memberships or Merchandise! (973) 764-1400
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ANJRPC Member Clubs
10X Pistol Club Armament Gunsmithing Co, Inc. Bayshore Sportsman’s Club, Inc. Bayview Rod & Gun Club Bergen Bowmen Inc. Bergen County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs, Inc. Big Oak Tree Rod & Gun Club, LLC Big Pine Tree Rod & Gun Club, LLC Bob’s Little Sport Shop, Inc. Bridge & Tunnel Police Combat Shooters Ltd Bullet Hole, Inc. Central Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club Citizens Range & Recreation Club Of Central NJ, Inc. Croton Rod & Gun Club Cumberland Riflemen Delran Junior Marksman Club Inc. EMD Printing And Promotions Fair Lawn Pistol & Rifle Club, Inc. Florham Pistol & Rifle Club Franklin Revolver & Rifle Association, Inc. Freehold Fin Fur & Feather Sports Club, Inc. Garden State Black Powder Association Golani R & P Club Gun For Hire LLC Heritage Guild Hutton Hill Rifle & Revolver Club, Inc Iron Horse Rifle & Pistol Club Jersey Shore Antique Arms Collector Club Jersey Three Square Deer Club Joseph A.Citta Scout Reservation Lincoln Park Archers Mallard Trap Club Marine Corps League - Dept of New Jersey Marine Corps League West Hudson Dept #209 Mauricetown Gun Club Meadowbrook Rifle & Pistol Club Inc. Mountain Competition Pistol Club New Jersey Firearms Academy New York Schuetzen Corps Inc. Ocean County Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs Old Bridge Rifle And Pistol Club Pascack Valley Sportsmen’s Club Passaic Gun Club PBR Firearms Training, Inc. Phillipsburg Pistol Club Police Association Of South Jersey Quinton Sportmens Club, Inc. Ridgewood Rifle Club Roxbury Rifle & Pistol Club,Inc. RTSP, LLC Sarco, Inc. Saxton Falls Rod & Gun Club, Inc. Secaucus Pistol Club Shongum Sportsmen’s Association Shore Shot Pistol Range Shot & Feathers Humting Club South Jersey Shooting Club South Park Hunting Club, Inc. South River Pistol Club Square Circle Sportsmen Of Camden County Inc. Stir And Shoot, LLC Stonewall Gun Club Suburban Pistol League Telco Sportsmen’s Club Inc. Tenafly Rifle & Pistol Club, Inc. The Third NJ Regiment, the Jersey Blues Tri Caliber R & P Club Of N.J. Union County Federation of Sportsmens’ Clubs, Inc. Waldwick Pistol & Rifle Club. Inc. Woodstock Gun Club, Inc. n
Attention Member Clubs and Organizations: Renew Your ANJRPC Membership for 2013
s a club or organization member of ANJRPC, you are a part of the association that is leading the fight to preserve your firearms rights in New Jersey. ANJRPC is the official NRA state organization, and its mission is to implement all of the programs and activities at the state level that the NRA does at the national level. This includes defending the Second Amendment, promoting firearms activities throughout the state and supporting the interests of all rifle, pistol and/or shooting clubs in New Jersey. Basic club membership includes: • Listing in News & Briefs and on the ANJRPC website, subject to available space • Links from the ANJRPC website to your club’s website • News & Briefs magazines delivered to your club Premium club membership includes: • Basic membership benefits listed above • Posting of your events on the ANJRPC website and in News & Briefs Magazine, subject to available space • Limited group access to the Association’s Cherry Ridge Range (2 days per year), subject to scheduling availability and compliance with all safety rules and requirements, and other conditions. Premium Club membership is subject to prior approval, and may be revoked at any time in ANJRPC’s sole discretion. Basic Club membership is $40 per year, and Premium Club membership is $100 per year. To join or renew, visit our website at www.anjrpc.org/?member_clubs or complete the form at the right.
Club/Organization Name: _____________________________ Address:____________________________________________ City/State/Zip:_______________________________________ Phone:______________________________________________ Web Address: _______________________________________ Mailing Address for UPS:_____________________________
(UPS will not deliver to a P.O. Box)
Number of News & Briefs needed: ______________________ Would you like to be listed under Places to Shoot? o Yes o No Contact Name/Title:__________________________________ Contact Phone:______________________________________ Contact Email:_______________________________________ Alternate Contact Name/Title: _________________________ Alternate Contact Phone & Email:______________________ Please make check payable to ANJRPC and mail to: ANJRPC C/O MARIA ALAMPI MEMBER CLUB RELATIONS P.O. BOX 617 AUGUSTA, NJ, 07822-0617 For questions or comments, please contact: Maria Alampi (973) 948-6069 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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DISCOUNTS FOR ANJRPC MEMBERS
s part of our ongoing effort to add value to ANJRPC membership, we have arranged for a number of businesses and professionals to offer discounts to current ANJRPC members who present their valid membership cards. Visit www.anjrpc.org frequently to see the latest updated list. Discounts are 10% for all discounters, unless otherwise specified. This service is offered without charge to participating discounters. ANJRPC is not responsible for typographical errors or omissions and suggests that you bring a copy of this page or a printout from our website when requesting a membership discount. Discounts do not apply to firearms, sale merchandise, or where a special price has been quoted unless specifically listed below. Many of the businesses and professionals listed below also appear in our “Classified Advertisements” section, which appears in the latter half of this magazine. COMPILED BY CHRIS WYMAN Advance Auto Parts – Service is our best part. Open 7 days a week. Free wiper and battery installation. Free battery, starter, and alternator testing. 396-400 Rt. 23 North, Franklin, NJ 07416, (973) 209-7722, www.advanceautoparts.com 10% off all parts in the store. Franklin Location only. American Window Factory, LLC – Quality windows to fit any budget. Walter Sullivan, 37 Ferguson Place, Ramsey, NJ 07446, (201) 815-7999. 10% discount. Additional discounts for active military, police and fire personnel. Armament Gunsmithing Co., Inc. – 525 Route 22, Hillside, NJ 07205, (908) 686-0960. 5% discount on gunsmithing. Bergen Sporting Goods – 649 Bergen Boulevard, Ridgefield, NJ, (201) 941-2666 Bill and Ken’s Taxidermy – Master taxidermy and game butchering service. Contact: Ken Roman, 389 Bldg. 1 Route 79, Morganville, NJ 07751, (732) 591-1116 www.billandkenstaxidermy.com 10% off all mounts, with ANJRPC membership card. Call for quotes and appointments. Blackman Plumbing Supply, Inc. – We are one of the nation’s largest family-owned and managed suppliers of plumbing, heating, industrial, waterworks and HVAC equipment. See our Website for locations and contact information. www.blackman.com 10% discount to ANJRPC members, limited to stock items and not to be combined with any other special offers. Offer good at all 21 Blackman Plumbing Supply Locations in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Bob’s Little Sport Shop – 316 North Delsea Drive, Glassboro, NJ 08028, (856) 881-7575. www.bobslittlesportshop.com Butch’s Gun World – 1025 W. Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360, (856) 692-1010. Ammo and accessories. Caso’s Gun-A-Rama – 176 Danforth Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305, (201) 435-5099. www.casosguns.com * NEW * — Cigar Manor – Full lines of all premium cigars, lighters, humidors and many other accessories. Looking to have custom cigars rolled for you for any of your special events? — We can make this happen. Eric Demmers, Towaco, NJ, (623) 28CIGARS, email@example.com, www.cigarmanor. com 5% off all orders using coupon code “ANJRPC” for ANJRPC members only. Concept Archery Bow Corp – The first and only bow company offering 99% let-off bows! USA made with a lifetime warranty. P.O. Box 327, Oxford, NJ 07863, (908) 689-0965. firstname.lastname@example.org www.ConceptArchery.com 5% off discount on any bow purchase for current ANJRPC members. CLR Solutions LLC – Free computer and electronics recycling, computer repair and support for small business, and used laptop and equipment sales. 275 Route 10 East, Suite 220, Succasunna, NJ 07876,(877)CLR-SOLU[877-257-7658] email@example.com www.clrsolutionsnj.com 25% discount on all technology services. D&E Custom Embroidery – Quality Embroidery and Screen Printing. Elaine and Don Benkis. 905 Green Pond Road. Rockaway, NJ 07866. (973) 983-9128. firstname.lastname@example.org DeMarco’s Pizza & Restaurant — Fine Italian cuisine. All items available for delivery, pick-up, or catering both inhouse and at your house. See online menu. 1926 Union Valley Road (Located in the Sears and A & P Shopping Center, Hewitt (West Milford), NJ 07421, (973) 728-1344 www.DeMarcosPizza.Net Free dessert to any member who shows their membership ID when ordering. While supplies last; can be changed or voided at any time without notice. Draw and Fire, LLC – Professional firearms training by certified instructors from law enforcement and military; Youth/Adult classes for pistol, rifle and shotgun; NRA and FastTrack courses available for basic firearms safety and shooting skills, personal protection, qualification prep, and more! Classes held minutes from Cherry Ridge. Group rates also available. (973) 338-DRAW email@example.com www.drawandfire.com Minimum $25 off for ANJRPC members. Everything Scuba – 168 Main Street, Little Ferry, NJ 07643, (877) SCUBA USA. www.1877scubausa.com
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Frank’s Tackle – Fishing, Hunting, Archery, Marine. 81 Ringwood Avenue, Wanaque, NJ 07465, (973) 835-2966 www. frankstackle.com * NEW * — Fishing Kayaks NJ — Wavewalk fishing and hunting kayaks. Boats in stock in Manchester Township by appointment only. John Simonse, (732) 657-2391 firstname.lastname@example.org Check availability at www.wavewalk. com 20% off total purchase price of boat and paddle package. Garden State Bow and Reel – 2760-A Route 23 North, Stockholm, NJ 07460, (973) 697-3727. 10% off new merchandise (excluding bows and arrows). Grand Hardware – 336 Grand Street, Paterson, NJ 07505, (973) 684-1411. 20% discount on all items. Gun For Hire – Firearms training for all NRA courses and security officer training courses.Anthony P. Colandro, 75 Rutgers Street, 2nd Floor, (Across from the Bullet Hole Public Indoor Range), Belleville NJ 07109, (888) 486-3674 Ext. 1 www.firearmstrainingcenter.com www.gunforhire.com www.njsecurityguard.com See our full page ad in News & Briefs for discounts. Hackettstown Guns & Ammo – Law enforcement, ammunition, firearms, firearm accessories, silkscreen apparel, uniforms. Walt Sevensky, Proprietor. 147 Main Street, Hackettstown, NJ 07840, (908) 852-5260 email@example.com The Heritage Guild – Archery, firearms and accessories. Indoor and outdoor archery ranges and instruction for archers of all skills. 3321 Highway 22 East, Branchburg, NJ 08876, (908) 429-9500 State-of-the-art indoor ranges and instruction for shooters of all skills. Modern and collectible firearms and accessories. 70 Hilton Street, Easton, PA 18042, (610) 258-5500 Modern and collectible firearms, accessories. Gunsmithing on premises. 344 St. Georges Avenue, Rahway, NJ 07065, (732) 3824066 www.heritageguild.com 10% Discount on accessories and non-sale items. Highland Bargain Hunters —Consignments: Military surplus, camping, hunting, fishing, rugged outdoors sports. Jeff Struck, NRA-certified Instructor. 187 Breakneck Road, Highland Lakes, NJ 07422, (973) 764-4500 Highland Flowers & Gift Shop — Two locations for flowers and gifts including the Highland Lakes location just three miles north of Cherry Ridge Range. Teleflora and FTD services available. Open seven days each week. Highland Lakes Location: 187 Breakneck Road, Highland Lakes, NJ 07422, (973) 7644500. Vernon Town Center Location: 306 Route 94, Vernon, NJ 07462, (973) 764-5040 www.highlandflowers.com Jersey Shore Tactical, LLC – Reasonably priced high quality tactical, shooting, first responder, and hunting equipment. Send email for additional access to hundreds of manufacturers. Contact: Jay Nye or Rich Robertiello www.JerseyShoreTactical.com www.Facebook.com/JerseyShoreTactical firstname.lastname@example.org 10% off all products on our website. Enter the discount code “ANJRPC” at checkout. Deep discounts on bulk orders, email us with your bulk order for more information. Jim’s Military Collectibles – 28 Elm Street, Harrington Park, NJ 07640, (201) 750-1306. 10% on everything but firearms. Jump Guitars – A Custom Guitar Service Shop Since 1983. John M. Parrilli, Hawthorne, NJ, (973) 304-0538. email@example.com 5% discount on all parts and labor to ANJRPC and all private NRA-affiliated gun club members. Law Office of Brian R. Koch – Legal services focusing on Federal (IRS) Tax Law and liens, Federal and all State tax filings. 16 Norcross Avenue , Metuchen, NJ 08840, TEL: (732) 983-1333, FAX: (732) 548-5455 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org 20% discount off standard rates (flat and hourly available) for ANJRPC members. AnnMarie D. Mulcahey Leikauf, Esq. and Conrad R. Leikauf, Esq. (Registered Patent Attorney #35,242) – Legal services focusing on Patent, Trademark, Entrepreneurs and Small Business, Social Security, Federal Employee Labor, Veterans Benefits and Appeals, USERRA. 3 Frewert Lane, Branchburg, NJ 08876, (908) 218-0598. www.leikauflaw.com 10% discount.
Luciano’s Sport Shop – 323 Garibaldi Avenue, Lodi, NJ 07644, (973) 773-8192. 5% discount on firearms, 10% discount on accessories (for regularly-priced in-stock merchandise only). Mag-na-port International – 41302 Executive Drive, Harrison Township, MI 48045-1306, (586) 469-6727 www.magnaport.com 15% discount to ANJRPC and NRA members. Mastodon Ammo & Camo – New and used firearms (firearm consignments welcome), ammunition, gunsmithing, bait and tackle.Five miles north of Cherry Ridge Range (ammunition delivery to range available). 195 Highland Lakes Road (Route 638), Highland Lakes, NJ 07422, (973) 764-9550. www.MastodonAmmo.com email@example.com 15% off ammunition and accessories. All new gun purchases below MSRP with tax and NICS included. Meltzer’s Sporting Goods – 118 Outwater Lane, Garfield, NJ 07026, (973) 478-7647. www.meltzerssportinggoods.com $10 off any NEW firearm in stock or 10% off any used firearm in stock. Mike’s Gun Shop – 355 Anderson Ave, Fairview, NJ 07022, (201) 941-5661. www.jerseypolicesupply.com Mil-Comm Products Company – NRA® Licensed Gun Care System including TW25B® Gun Grease, MC2500® Gun Oil, MC25® Gun Cleaner/Degreaser, and MC50® Bore Cleaner. Official Lubricant of Sig Sauer — U.S. Military-Grade Extreme Performance Products. Based in East Rutherford, NJ, (201) 935-8561 www.nraguncare.com 10% discount on gun care products. Enter promotional code “NJA”when ordering. Missouri Bullet Company – Bullets, primers, brass, and accessories. 1551 SW 25th Road, Kingsville, MO 64061, (816) 597-3204. firstname.lastname@example.org www.missouribullet. com 5% discount. Enter discount code “anjrpc-gc” with order. Large orders (group buys) may qualify for greater discounts. Mock Rock Resurfacing – “iCoat” concrete overlay flooring, countertop resurfacing, shower FX, outdoor recreation construction. Erich Gieger, (973) 809-0281. www.mockrockresurfacing.com Free estimates, 10% discount. New Jersey Firearms Academy – (201) 386-9451. www.njfirearms.com 25% discount. NJNET Web Site Design – Since 1997 — Web sites, video production, search engine optimization. Ask for Jim Noble, Owner, 711 Highway 35, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702, Toll Free (866) 741-7000. www.njnet.net — email@example.com 20% discount. NTB Computer Consulting, LLC – “For all of your computing needs.”One on One Instruction for General PC Operation, Web Browsing. Email, Microsoft Office Applications, Scanners and Graphics, and PC Tune-ups. Charles A. Mueller – Owner, 34 Lindbergh Trail, Rockaway, NJ 07866-4705, (973) 625-3517. NTBComputerConsulting@verizon.net www.ntbcc.net 10% discount. The Owl’s Nest Gun & Bow – 97 Route 519, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865, (908) 995-7903. 10% on everything but firearms and bows. Old Tappan Chiropractic – All aspects of chiropractic medicine including auto and sports injuries. Dr. Gary La Rocca, D.C., 183 Old Tappan Road, Second Floor, Old Tappan, NJ 07675, Office: (201) 497-6612, Cell: (201) 738-7026, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.oldtappanchiropractic.com Initial no-cost consultation. Please contact us for specific information about the discounts available. PBR Firearms Training – Pistol, Rifle and Personal Protection. Personalized firearms training for individuals, small groups, and families. Paul B. Raynolds - NRA Training Counselor and Firearms Instructor. Summit, NJ 07901, (908) 370-3319. email@example.com www.pbrtraining.com Pest Be Gone, LLC – Full service pest control management company specializing in pest control, animal control and termite treatments. P.O. Box 404, Garfield NJ 07026, (888) 855-2847(BUGS) or (973) 460-8030. www.pestbegone.biz Free Spring Termite inspection. All inclusive: $424.00 (single family house 33% discount). Just bugs: $345.00 (single family house 33% discount). Special 20% off any written estimate from another pest company. For military currently serving overseas, any service performed at cost.
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Planet Wireless Inc. –Metaldetectors,computer&networking solutions, telephone & security cameras. Gerard Cummings, Rutherford, NJ 07070, (201) 507-9590. firstname.lastname@example.org www.PlanetWirelessInc.com 10 to 20% off any metal detector in stock. RAD Custom Bowstrings and Cables – Manufacturing custom made strings and cables using BCY materials for all compounds and crossbows. RogerA. Dean, Jr., P.O. Box 1366, Jackson, NJ, (609) 713-2701. RADarchery@hotmail.com www. radcustombowstrings.com 10% off all strings and services. Rainbow Window Cleaning – Commercial and residential window cleaning service serving Bergen, Morris, Passaic, and Sussex Counties and beyond. Ask for Regis Ferrence, Owner, Hardyston, NJ, (973) 697-9363. ferrenceregis@gmail. com 10% discount for ANJRPC members. Ramsey Outdoor – 240 Route 17 North, Paramus, NJ 07652, (201) 261-5000. 835 Route 17 South, Ramsey, NJ 07446, (201) 327-8141. Roxbury Mall, 281 Route 10 East, Succasunna, NJ 07876, (973) 584-7798 www.ramseyoutdoor. com Valid for in store purchases only. RTSP LLC – Indoor Rifle and Pistol Range.Also offering civilian defensive training, LEO training and certification, NRA-certified firearms training courses, firearm accessories, and tactical simunitions training. 961 Route 10 East, Unit 2F, Randolph, NJ 07869, (973) 434-7600. email@example.com www.rtsponline. com 10% discount. Sandy Hook Fishing Adventures – Charter boat fishing for stripers, fluke, sea bass, tog, blues, and flounder. Captain Bob Morrell, Sea Venture Marina, 62 Fifth Street, Dock A, Slip #2 Highlands, NJ 07732, CELL: (848) 218-2425. www.sandyhookfishing.com firstname.lastname@example.org 10% off any full- or half-day fishing charter. Call for reservations.
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Sig Borstad Archery & Hunting – Archery and hunting equipment and accessories. 7 Old Rudetown Road (off Route 94), McAfee, NJ 07428, (973) 827-6527. 10% off new merchandise (excluding bows and arrows). The Shooter’s Corner, Inc. – 8 New Jersey Ave., Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849, (973) 663-5159. www.benchrest.com/shooterscorner/ 10% on everything but firearms. Silent Predator – Camo Wool Hunting Clothes Made to Order for Men and Women. John Scerbo, Wantage, NJ, (201) 637-5527. Tom Larkin, Tuckahoe, NY, (914) 793-0824. www.silentpredatorstore.com 10% off first order using coupon code “ANJRPC11” Silk City Calendar Company – Customized Promotional Items. 375 Totowa Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07502-2126, (973) 790-6805. 20% off all orders. Space Farms Zoo & Museum – (Including an exceptional collection of antique firearms). Route 519, Sussex, NJ, (973) 875-5800. www.spacefarms.com 10% family discount. Tech Pubs Solutions – “A Veteran-Owned Small Business” — Full-service technical publishing specialists offering technical writing and illustrating, general copy writing/editing, art and product photography, press releases, Website design, and marketing and sales support materials including brochures and flyers. Chris Wyman, 41 Barry Drive South, Highland Lakes, NJ 07422, (973) 764-9421. TechPubs@warwick.net www.TechPubsSolutions.com 20% off first project, 10% off additional projects. TelcoMaven – Computer printer and laptop repairs. Avaya telephones and systems. Barry Bellin, 871 Prince Street. Teaneck, NJ 07666. Barry@TelcoMaven.com. (201) 833-4091. 20% discount off printer and laptop repairs. 10% off Avaya telephones, systems, service, and repairs.
Urbach & Avraham, CPAs, LLC – Expert witness services in financial fraud, embezzlement, and estate administration matters. We “follow the money”. We offer a full range of accounting, audit, tax, and specialized services rarely offered under one roof by a local firm at reasonable rates. Jeffrey D. Urbach, 1581 Route 27, Suite 201, Edison, NJ 08817, TEL: (732) 777-1158, FAX: (732) 777-1161. email@example.com www.ua-cpas.com 15% discount on hourly rate for ANJRPC members. US Armorment – General hunting and shooting equipment and accessories. 3 North Columbus Blvd., Suite 204, Philadelphia, PA19106,(877)746-6865TollFree(OutsidePA),(215)574-7610(PA) www.usarmorment.com 5% additional discount on all items in stock. Enter coupon code “NJRP07”at checkout. Law Offices of Joseph Veteri, Esq., LLC – Legal services focusing exclusively on all aspects of diverse residential real estate closings anywhere in New Jersey. 100 Morris Avenue, Suite 301, Springfield, NJ 07081, TEL: (973) 218-6605, FAX: (973) 218-6619. firstname.lastname@example.org W.D. Sharpe Security Systems & Electrical Contractor – (973) 773-3359 www.wdsharpe.com Central Station Monitoring (20% off standard alarm monitoring rates). Wildlife Taxidermy by Richard G. Santomauro – Award winning taxidermy for over 35 years. Richard G. Santomauro, 1732 State Highway 71, Wall, NJ 07719-3100, (732) 449-5950. email@example.com www.rgswildlifetaxidermy.com, www.velvet-antlers.com, and www.taxidermyrental.com 10% to any ANJRPC card carryingmembers, not to be used with any other discounts. * NEW * — Xtreme Machines – Sales and service of motorcycles, ATVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, generators, and other power sports products. Authorized dealer of Can-Am, Victory, Polaris, Triumph, Arctic-Cat, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Ural, Sea-Doo, Honda, and Royal Enfield. Michael Resciniti, 700 Highway 33, Millstone Township. NJ 08535, TEL: (732) 7869696, FAX: (732) 786-9020, firstname.lastname@example.org, www. XtremeMachines.us, 15% off Parts and Accessories.
TFB Systems – IT consulting services for small and midsized business. Planning, compliance, repairs, on-call support, Seifer Kitchens & Baths – Largest Showroom in New and more. Serving Northern New Jersey and NYC. P.O. Box 401, Jersey! Cabinetry, countertops, installation, and more. 16 Old Denville, NJ 07834, (201) 254-3212. email@example.com Bloomfield Avenue, Pine Brook, NJ 07058, (973) 575-3355. www.tfbsystems.com 10% discount on hourly services for firstname.lastname@example.org www.seifer.com 10% off our American Made ANJRPC member owned businesses. MidContinent Cabinetry, other discounts for our other brands. Please help us to help you: If you know of a retailer, professional, or other entity that would like to offer similar discounts to our members, please have them contact us. Perhaps you even have a business that would like to offer a discount to our members. To participate in ANJRPC’s vendor discount program, or to comment on your experience with participating vendors, please contact please contact Suzanne Axt at email@example.com.
ANJRPC, Inc. Cherry Ridge Range Highland Lakes Range Phone 973-764-4100 Atlantic County Firearms Training Ctr. (Sat-Sun) Egg Harbor Township Range Phone 609-926-3491 Bayview Rod & Gun Club South Amboy Hugh Wilson, Treas 732-671-9051 Bob’s Little Sport Shop, Inc. Glassboro Bob Viden, Jr. 856-881-7575 Bullet Hole Range and Gun Shop Belleville Manny 973-759-3963 Central Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club Jackson John F. Scott 800-548-6386 Citizens Range & Recreation Club Of Central NJ, Inc. Princeton Junction Carol Katona 609-799-9890 Cumberland Riflemen Millville Paul Adamowski 609-390-3941 Delran Junior Riflemen Delran Eugene Fusco 856-461-4585 Franklin Revolver & Rifle Association, Inc. Franklin Charlin Ryerson 973-764-4261 Gun For Hire at Woodland Park Range Woodland Park Anthony P Colandro 888-486-3674 Heritage Guild of Easton Easton, Pa Matt Hitchcock 610-258-5500 Hutton Hill Rifle & Revolver Club Winslow Township Pual Stern 609-926-1400 Lake Island Rifle & Pistol Club Carteret Robin Fox 732-396-3395 Mallard Trap Club Monroe Township Dennis Hughes www.mallardtrapclub.org Mullica Hill Rifle & Pistol Club Audubon Paul Dare 856-546-5376 New Jersey Clay Target Club Fairfield Club House 973-227-1139 Old Bridge Rifle and Pistol Club Old Bridge Anna Brunner 908-272-5513 Outdoor Woman’s Program (Div NJ Fish & Wildlife) Linda Buono 908-735-7040 Police Association Of South Jersey Berlin Raymond McCarty 609-268-8217 Ridgewood Rifle Club Ridgewood Mandy Otero 201-653-0347 Riverdale Police Pistol Range Riverdale Ted Guis 973-616-0374 RTSP Range Randolph Range Phone 973-434-7600 Shongum Sportsmen’s Association Hackettstown William Fusco 908-637-8487 Shore Shot Pistol Range Lakewood Kyle Sherman 732-905-6888 Somerset County Fish & Game Protective Assn. Bridgewater Paul Mondok 908-658-9319 South Jersey Shooting Club Winslow Dan Walker 856-229-3013 South River Pistol Club South River Jack Sykulski 732-257-4078 Telco Sportsmen’s Club, Inc. Atco Thomas Lemens, Treas 856-768-5149 Tenafly Rifle & Pistol Club, Inc. Tenafly John Scarpantonio, Sec 201-567-5695 Waldwick Rifle & Pistol (Waldwick Residents) Waldwick Drew Churchson 201-444-3671 The Westside Rifle And Pistol Range NYC Darren Leung 212-939-7287 Wild Wings Hunt Club Manchester John Simone 732-657-2391
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PLACES TO SHOOT
Women are Encouraged
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!
Earn money for college Apply for the ANJRPC Cal Ellis Memorial Scholarship Application details are available on www.anjrpc.org or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for information Open to all graduating seniors Deadline for application is August 31, 2013
Get Firearms Training from ANJRPC!
Sign up for one of our classes today! See page 7 for a list of current classes Please see www.anjrpc.org for the most current information
The classified section, at the end of the Advertisements section in News & Briefs, is provided as a free service to ANJRPC members for personal items only, and are subject to space availability in any given issue. All personal ads must include a contact name and telephone number or e-mail address, and should be submitted by e-mail by the middle of each odd-numbered month. If firearms are offered by private sale, the advertisement must state that buyers must have a current FID, pistol permit or State and Federal Dealers Licenses. All applicable laws must be followed. Support pro-Second Amendment vendors by using our online Buyer’s Guide. Help keep your money out of the hands of antigunners! Free Buyer’s Guide advertising for ANJRPC members! Go to www.anjrpcbuyersguide.com
ommercial/business advertisements are subject to space availability in any given issue of News & Briefs. Advertisements should be submitted in electronic format suitable for reproduction, or our graphic artist can create your ad for an additional fee. Faxed materials cannot be accepted. The rates for business/commercial ads are as follows: *NOTE: Rates are per ad. For example, a quarter page ad in 6 issues would be 6 times $120.00 for a total of $720.00 Ad Size 1 time 3 times 6 times BC 2” h x 3 1/2”w $75.00 $67.50 $60.00 1⁄4 page 4 1/4” h x 3 1/2”w $150.00 $135.00 $120.00 1⁄2 page 4 1/4” h x 7 1/2”w $300.00 $270.00 $240.00 1⁄2 page v 8 1/2” h x 3 1/2”w $300.00 $270.00 $240.00 Full page 8 1/2” h x 7 1/2”w $600.00 $540.00 $480.00
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NEW JERSEY GUN LAW GUIDE
Order your book from: www.evannappen.com
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We buy used guns
The Region’s Premier Firearms & Training Center. Large inventory of modern & collectible firearms Beginner to expert classes, including tactical, with NRA & FBI Certified Instructors Corporate events and parties Clean, State-of-the-Art 15-Lane Indoor Range Full Service Gunsmithing
outdoor archery range Coming soon
NJ’s Premier Archery, Training & Firearms Center with Indoor Archery Range Archery classes/parties Full service bowsmithing by mike Tully, Shawn Penn & Josh Boyle on premises Large Firearms & Accessories Selection
New Jersey Firearms Guild is now The heritage Guild. Same great selection and service more than 1,750 handguns and long guns in stock Full Service Gunsmithing
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2 Great Locations – 2013 Gun Show Schedule
SMG Sports Plex 654 York Road Warminster, PA June 22 & 23 September 7 & 8 December 7 & 8
Open to the public: Saturday: 9 am to 5 pm Sunday: 9am to 4 pm Admission: $8
Website: VFGCpromotions.com Phone: 610-975-0877
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20,000 Propane or Natural Gas
No Hidden Freight Charges, Price on Generators Include Shipping & Hydraulic Tailgate Delivery.
(not included with generator, required with all stand by units)
Gunsmithing of the Highest Caliber
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589 BROAD AVENUE • RIDGEFIELD NJ 07657 • TEL: 201-945-5500 • FAX: 201-945-8168
NEEDLEMAN AND PISANO
Attorneys at Law Montville, New Jersey (973) 334-4422
Gary J. Needleman Frank Pisano, III
NJ, NY, DC, FL, WY and MT Bars NJ and NY Bars
A full service Law Firm serving the firearms community. Federal, State and Municipal Criminal Offenses including: Weapon Possession Domestic Violence Retail and Individual Firearms Licensing Expungement of Records Firearm Seizures and Forfeiture Proceedings Municipal Court Matters (DWI, etc.) Services also include: Real Estate transactions and Land Use Family Law and Juvenile Delinquency Matters Corporate and Commercial Matters Personal Injury
Bench Shooters Special
Prairie Dog Shoots! In Montana 3 day + 5 day trips available You can also add fly fishing On the Big Horn River See our website for all Big Game Hunts
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Old Bridge Rifle and Pistol Club
www.obrpc.org www.oldbridgerifle.com E-mail:email@example.com
New Members Welcome
Centrally Located in Middlesex County With Indoor & Outdoor Ranges
NRA Board Member & ANJRPC Executive Director
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Beretta Model A390ST semi-auto shotgun. 12 gauge; 2 3/4” and 3” shells; 28” barrel; 4 Choke Tubes (Turkey, Full, Mod., Imp Cyl) Excellent condition. Best Offer. For photos, etc., email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (973) 590-9047. Antique Winchesters Winchester Mod. 94 - 32 W.S. Lever action rifle. $750 Winchester Mod. 94 - 30 W.C.F. Lever action rifle. $750 Winchester Mod. 1894 - 30 W.C.F. Lever action rifle. $1,000 Winchester Mod. 1894 - 32-40 Lever action rifle. $1,500 Winchester Mod. 1890 - 22 Short pump action rifle. Oct. Barrel. $750 Winchester Mod. 1876 - 45-60 Lever action rifle. Oct. Barrel. $3,500 Winchester Mod. 1873 - 45-60 Lever action rifle. $3,500 Winchester Mod. 55 - 32 W.S. Lever action rifle. $1,250 Contact Jim (732) 821-4724 Smith & Wesson K22 6” barrels. TT TH. $550 Smith & Wesson K38 6” barrel. TT TH. $500 2 Ruger Single 6 22s 6” barrel. $300 each Marlin 336 30-30 NRA Limited Edition, Leupold scope, Uncle Henry sling. $1,000 Contact Richard (201) 675-3029 Winchester Mod 70 Featherweight .270 w/Simmons Pro-Plus 4-12x50 matte finish, very light use. $450 Remington Sendaro .25-06 heavy barrel, synthetic stock w/Leupold VX11 6-18 AO matte finish. Like new. $650 Email email@example.com
Buyers must have a current FID, pistol permit or State and Federal Dealers Licenses. All applicable laws must be followed.
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Please also see Training Schedule (p. 7) for limitations on clubhouse availability Current work projects may requiring closing one or more of the ranges at Cherry Ridge. Please call the RANGE AVAILABILITY HOTLINE (973) 764-1333 before you come to the range. *When an event is shown in ITALICS, the involved range(s) are open to all range members, but cease-fires will be under the control of the event leader.
2013 CHERRY RIDGE EVENT CALENDAR
Date Facility Event Time Span Contact Membership@anjrpc.org (201) 891-2376 7-Jul-13 CH Membership -doors close at 9:30 9:30 to 11:30 9-Jul-13 100/200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 .30 Caliber Semiautomatic Infantry Trophy Match 8:00 to noon Roger Billington (973) 827-4851 14-Jul-13 200/300 16-Jul-13 PR Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 20-Jul-13 100 Benchrest 8:00 to 4:00 Bob White (973) 663-5159 21-Jul-13 200/300 80 Shot Highpower Rifle Match 7:30 to 4:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 23-Jul-13 100/200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 28-Jul-13 200/300 50 Shot Highpower Rifle Match 7:30 to 4:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 Membership@anjrpc.org (201) 891-2376 4-Aug-13 CH Membership -doors close at 9:30 9:30 to 11:30 4-Aug-13 200/300 MCL Rifle Qualification 9:00 to 2:00 Joe Riley (201) 592-6093 10-Aug-13 PR 2X4 Stake Cutting Match 8:30 to 4:00 Harry Gedicke (973) 770-0386 11-Aug-13 CH/AR Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 11-Aug-13 PR/SG Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 11-Aug-13 200/300 Unlimited Rifle Infantry Trophy Match 8:00 to noon Roger Billington (973) 827-4851 17-Aug-13 PR NRA Conventional 2700 8:00 to 6:00 Dave Lange firstname.lastname@example.org State Championship and 21st Memorial Match 8:30 to 4:30 Harry Jacobs (908)756-3728 17-Aug-13 100 State Championship and 21st Memorial Match 8:30 to 4:30 Harry Jacobs (908)756-3728 18-Aug-13 100 18-Aug-13 200/300 80 Shot Highpower Rifle Match 7:30 to 4:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 25-Aug-13 200/300 50 Shot Highpower Rifle Match 7:30 to 4:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 25-Aug-13 100 5K Summer Biathalon 8:00 to 1:00 Chris Rogers (908) 722-9327 26-Aug-13 100 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 31-Aug-13 100 Benchrest 8:00 to 4:00 Bob White (973) 663-5159 Membership@anjrpc.org (201) 891-2376 1-Sep-13 CH Membership -doors close at 9:30 9:30 to 11:30 3-Sep-13 200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 8-Sep-13 200/300 50 Shot National Match League 7:30 to 4:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 14-Sep-13 200/300 Small Bore Long Range Match 8:00 to 12:00 Roger Billington (973) 827-4851 15-Sep-13 200/300 MCL 4 Position Match 9:00 to 2:00 Joe Riley (201) 592-6093 17-Sep-13 200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 21-Sep-13 100 Benchrest 8:00 to 4:00 Bob White (973) 663-5159 21-Sep-13 200/300 Tactical Rifle Match 8:30 to 1:00 Matt Popola email@example.com 22-Sep-13 CH/AR Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 22-Sep-13 PR/SG Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 22-Sep-13 200 Any Sight/Center Fire Rifle Match 9:00 to 2:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 22-Sep-13 100 Savage Day 8:30 to 5:00 Scott Simmons firstname.lastname@example.org 28-Sep-13 Work Weekend All Ranges Closed 29-Sep-13 Work Weekend All Ranges Closed 1-Oct-13 200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 5-Oct-13 CH End of the Evil Empire Shoot 10:00 to 5:00 Stan Gurski (732) 388-1202 5-Oct-13 100 End of the Evil Empire Shoot 9:00 to 3:00 Stan Gurski (732) 388-1202 5-Oct-13 PR NJ Outdoor State Pistol Championship 8:00 to 7:00 Dave Lange email@example.com 6-Oct-13 PR NJ Outdoor State Pistol Championship 8:00 to 7:00 Dave Lange firstname.lastname@example.org Membership@anjrpc.org (201) 891-2376 6-Oct-13 CH Membership -doors close at 9:30 9:30 to 11:30 12-Oct-13 100 Benchrest 8:00 to 4:00 Bob White (973) 663-5159 12-Oct-13 200/300 Sporting Rifle Match 8:00 to 12:00 Roger Billington (973) 827-4851 13-Oct-13 CH/AR Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 13-Oct-13 PR/SG Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 13-Oct-13 200/300 Rain date Any Sight or 50 NML 7:30 to 4:00 Ed Dempsey (973) 697-4597 19-Oct-13 PR 2X4 Stake Cutting Match 8:30 to 4:00 Harry Gedicke (973) 770-0386 20-Oct-13 200/300 19th Annual Carlos Hathcock Match 9:00 to 2:00 Joe Riley (201) 592-6093 26-Oct-13 CH/100/PR End of the Evil Empire 9:00 to 5:00 Stan Gurski (732) 388-1202 27-Oct-13 200/300 MCL Garrand Shoot 8:30 to 12:00 Ray Sears (973) 694-8457 27-Oct-13 CH Garden State Black Powder 10:00 to 12:00 Earl Becker (973) 694-6377 27-Oct-13 PR Garden State Black Powder 12:00 to 4:00 Earl Becker (973) 694-6377 29-Oct-13 200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 Membership@anjrpc.org (201) 891-2376 3-Nov-13 CH Membership -doors close at 9:30 9:30 to 11:30 9-Nov-13 200/300 Tactical Rifle Match 8:30 to 1:00 Matt Popola email@example.com 10-Nov-13 CH/AR Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 10-Nov-13 PR/SG Hunter Safety 8:00 to 2:00 Keith Griglak (908) 246-9160 12-Nov-13 200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 18-Nov-13 100 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 Membership@anjrpc.org (201) 891-2376 1-Dec-13 CH Membership -doors close at 9:30 9:30 to 11:30 10-Dec-13 100/200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 24-Dec-13 100/200/300 Police 8:30 to noon John Healey (973) 764-7695 25-Dec-13 Range Closed AR: Archery Range CH: Clubhouse, PR-Pistol Range, Sil-Silhoutte Range, SG-Shotgun Range, BP-Black Powder Section on Pistol Range
PLEASE DONATE TO ANJRPC
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Please help us as we defend against the worst attack on gun rights in state history. We are battling in the State House, in the media, and the courts. Please support our efforts as we work to defend freedom. Donate online at the ANJRPC website, in person at the Range Store, or mail a check payable to ANJRPC to: ANJRPC Donations c/o Scott Bach, P.O. Box 651, Newfoundland, NJ 07435
LEGAL ADVICE CONCERNING NEW JERSEY FIREARMS LAWS
our Association is now able to respond to your requests for additional sources of legal advice within the state. The following attorneys have agreed to answer legal questions asked by our members on the telephone concerning firearms related matters. These questions should be brief and pointed, preferably written down in advance of your call to the attorney. Any actual or further legal representation of the member by the attorney—such as either in court or before an administrative agency such as a police department, etc.—is to be negotiated between the member and the attorney. The Association makes no statement, representation, warranty or guarantee as to the skill, legal ability or competencies of any of these attorneys. Russell G. Bickert Stuart A. Platt* (973) 278-1300 (856) 784-1555 Evan F. Nappen (732) 389-8888 Robert Rosenberg (732) 341-3337
Gary J. Needleman* Edward J. Zohn (973) 334-4422 (908) 791-0312 * on retainer by ANJRPC to answer members’ questions
organization responsible for implementing all of the NRA programs and activities in the state. We are charged to support and defend the people’s RIGHT to keep and bear arms, also to promote, protect and support the interest of shooters, gun owners, collectors, competitive shooters, hunters and sportsmen at the state and local levels. We are the largest New Jersey pro-gun-rights organization with individual members and Member Clubs. It is our mission to use all of our resources for the benefit of our members and Member Clubs by encouraging the formation of rifle and pistol clubs, assisting these clubs, and giving aid and assistance to individual members. We also promote the annual sponsorship of local and state championship competitions. Here are the things we do to accomplish our mission: • We employ a professional lobbying firm in New Jersey to monitor gun-related legislation in Trenton, promote our interests and work against the introduction of anti-gun bills. • We support state championships in rifle, pistol and other courses of fire. We sponsor both adult and junior teams for the National Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio, and junior teams to the Walsh Invitational, the largest indoor rifle tournament in the nation. • We provide members with access to legal advice concerning firearms and support individuals and Members Clubs in acting against unfavorable local legislation. • We conduct NRA firearm safety training programs and support Member Clubs in the development of similar training programs. • We own and operate the Cherry Ridge Range in Highland Lakes, NJ. (See back page for directions.) • We conduct shooting events to introduce the public to our sport. • We award college scholarships to juniors who have demonstrated an understanding of and support for the Second Amendment. • We publish a bi-monthly magazine and maintain a website with links and a directory of affiliated state clubs/organizations at: www.anjrpc.org n
Fill out, clip and mail to: ANJRPC, P.O. Box 1580, West Caldwell, NJ 07007-1580
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This mail-in coupon shows the dues structure in effect as of January 1, 2013. You can also join or renew online at www.anjrpc.org. To get your temporary username or password, or if you have other membership issues that need to be addressed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. $40 $35 $100 $400 Name: _______________________________Birth Date:_______________ Address:______________________________________________________ City/State/Zip:_________________________________________________ Res. Phone____________________ Bus. Phone:______________________ E-mail:_____________________________Today’s Date:_______________ Where was this copy of News & Briefs obtained? Store:_________________________ Town:__________________________ Method of payment: Visa ____ Mastercard ____ Check ____
Membership with Range Use* Annual Adult $175 F Annual Age 60 & over $135 F Annual Family $275 = Annual Over 60 Family $200 = Annual Junior $65 F Life with Family $1,500
F Plus a 1st year initiation fee of $70 = Plus a 1st year initiation fee of $100 * Includes 7% sales tax on amounts allocable to range use, per state law. New range members must attend a range briefing prior to using the range (held on the first Sunday of every month, at the Cherry Ridge club house, starting at 9:30 a.m.). See www.anjrpc.org for additional details.
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Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, Inc. P.O. Box 1580 West Caldwell, NJ 07007-1580
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Get Firearms Training from ANJRPC!
Sign up for one of our classes today! See page 7 for a list of current classes Please see www.anjrpc.org for the most current information
DIRECTIONS TO THE RANGE
he Association’s Cherry Ridge Range is located in Highland Lakes, Sussex County, New Jersey. It is approximately four miles north of Route 23 off Canistear Road (GPS coordinates for the intersection of Route 23 and Canister Road are: Long - 74 / 29’ / 32’’ West; Lat - 41 /4’ / 52” North). C anistear Road is approximately 21 miles northwest on Route 23 from U.S. Highway 46 and Interstate 80 (and 12.5 miles from Interstate 287).