🚨New Jersey 2A ALERT: Murphy launches gun ban onslaught. Mandatory re-education and forced labor for "gun law violators". SB-3757

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  • New Jersey's Democratic governor Phil Murphy launches a full on assault against the 2nd Amendment with a fusillade of gun bans and extreme restrictions that forbid even homeowners from keeping loaded firearms ready for defensive use and gun stores from displaying their wares in glass cases. New Jersey is a state which already boasts some of the most extreme anti-2A laws in the country, where a schoolteacher and historical library curator found with an unloaded and nonfunctioning 18th century flintlock pistol in his car during a traffic stop several years ago faced a felony charge and a potential 10 year prison sentence until these were defeated in a lengthy and costly court battle. In New Jersey, even air rifles are regarded as firearms and are subject to the same draconian laws governing their purchase, ownership, storage, and sales.


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    Please Prepare to take Sustained Action
    December 2, 2021. Today, Governor Murphy announced that he is pressing forward with his anti-gun legislative onslaught first announced in April, with the goal of passing all of it in the current "lame duck" legislative session which concludes in January. The proposals target Second Amendment rights and do nothing to severely punish gun criminals.

    Murphy’s attacks include:
    - Banning all 50 caliber firearms.
    - Mandating electronic registration of all ammunition purchases.
    - Mandating unreliable, useless "microstamping" technology for all handguns
    (to stamp firearms serial numbers on spent ammunition).
    - Allowing gun manufacturers to be sued for misuse of their products by
    criminals.
    - Imposing gun registration on those moving into NJ with legal firearms
    previously acquired.
    - Banning gun ownership for all citizens under age 21.
    - Mandating training in order to simply own firearms.
    - Using $12 million in taxpayer funds for anti-gun grants to universities and cities.
    - Organizing anti-gun states to implement region-wide gun control.

    Although the official legislative schedule has yet to be announced, the proposals could begin to be heard in Assembly committees as soon as next week.

    Please prepare to take action in a sustained email campaign throughout December and early January -- we will provide updates and talking points as the schedule becomes clearer. In the meanwhile, please email every member of the Assembly (CLICK HERE) and tell them to oppose Governor Murphy's misguided attacks on Second Amendment rights of honest citizens, and demand that Governor Murphy instead severely punish those who commit violent gun crimes.

    ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach was quoted today in a News12 NJ story on these developments (click here to see the story). Please watch for further updates and alerts, and prepare to take sustained action going forward.

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    NJ Senate Bill 3757 is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee on Thursday, December 09, 2021, at 1:00 PM. This so-called gun “safe storage” bill eviscerates the Constitutional Right to self-defense inside the home as explicitly recognized as by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Heller case.

    The proposed law would require all legal owners of a firearm to:


    1. store or secure a firearm that is not in use at a premises under the owner’s control, unloaded, in a gun safe or securely locked box or container; and
    2. store ammunition, separately, in a securely locked box or container.
    The law does NOT apply to unlawful owners of firearms, specifically prohibited persons, including but not limited to, convicted felons, terrorists, drug dealers, domestic abusers, or those committed for a mental disorder.

    All firearms “not in use” must be secured in a gun safe, securely locked box or container. The phrase “not in use” is not defined. Unless you are actually shooting a gun, it would arguably not be “in use.” It might potentially be of use at some time in the future, but until you are using it, it’s not “in use” so it has to stay locked up.


    All ammunition must be permanently stored in a separate securely locked box or container. There is no “use” exception for ammunition!

    So, in an emergency, you will need to:

    • (1) get to your safe or lockbox,
    • (2) unlock it,
    • (3) retrieve your firearm,
    • (4) get to your other separate lockbox,
    • (5) retrieve your ammunition (apparently unlawfully),
    • (6) load your magazine or cylinder.
    • (7) insert your magazine and rack your slide or close the cylinder, and then
    • (8) only you may use your firearm to defend yourself and your family if you are still even alive.
    There is no exception for gun shops, gun dealers, gunsmiths, or target ranges to display unloaded firearms. A dealer’s entire inventory must be kept “…unloaded, in a gun safe or securely locked box or container.” No more displays of guns to rent or buy. Additionally, how can ammunition even be purchased, when it too has to stay locked up at all times?

    Every gun and every round of ammunition at every dealer or range whether for sale or rent must be in a locked container.

    Law-abiding gun owners (and only law-abiding gun owners) must keep their unloaded guns and ammunition in separate locked containers. Not only are all honest gun owners prohibited from having an accessible self-defense gun readily available, but you cannot even have a loaded gun in a locked box or gun safe. It doesn’t matter if you live alone at home with no children or anyone else in your household.


    You are prohibited from having a loaded gun in your home, period!

    Loaded guns at one’s place of business, farm, ranch, or any other “premises” under the owner’s control are also strictly prohibited.

    There is no exception for law enforcement officers, military personnel, security guards, or even those with permits to carry. As soon as any lawful owner is on their “premises”, they are prohibited from having a loaded gun.

    Antique and black powder guns are “firearms” under NJ Gun Law. No more antique guns over the fireplace or otherwise displayed in your home or business. No display of modern or antique guns or ammunition by museums. No exhibits of guns or ammunition at sportsmen’s shows.


    The proposed law contains a very misleading exemption to make it appear that homes and businesses are not affected. It is a trick to fool those unfamiliar with NJ Gun Laws. Here is what it says:

    Nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent a legal owner from being authorized, pursuant to subsection e. of N.J.S. 2C:39-6, to lawfully keep or carry about the owner’s place of business, residence, premises, or other land owned or possessed by the owner, any firearm, or from carrying the firearm, in the manner specified in subsection g. of N.J.S. 2C:39-6.
    This exemption does NOT permit a person “to lawfully keep or carry” a LOADED firearm. Sure, you can have a gun in your “place of business, residence, premises, or other land owned or possessed” as long as it’s NOT LOADED AND IS LOCKED UP!

    Please note how the bill purposely does NOT include the COMPLETE “subsection e. of N.J.S. 2C:39-6” exemption (which applies to transport between allowed places, not carry in one’s home or business). Here is the complete “subsection e. of N.J.S. 2C:39-6” exemption with the underlined portion being what was omitted in the proposed ban:


    e. Nothing in subsections b., c. and d. of N.J.S.2C:39-5 shall be construed to prevent a person keeping or carrying about his place of business, residence, premises or other land owned or possessed by him, any firearm, or from carrying the same, in the manner specified in subsection g. of this section, from any place of purchase to his residence or place of business, between his dwelling and his place of business, between one place of business or residence and another when moving, or between his dwelling or place of business and place where such firearms are repaired, for the purpose of repair. For the purposes of this section, a place of business shall be deemed to be a fixed location. (Emphasis added)
    The proposed law fails to include this second half of the exemption, thereby forcing lawful gun owners to “carry” their gun pursuant to subsection g.

    It limits an honest gun owner to carry to “the manner specified in subsection g. of N.J.S. 2C:39-6.” Subsection g. mandates “carry” as follows:


    g. All weapons being transported under paragraph (2) of subsection b., subsection e., or paragraph (1) or (3) of subsection f. of this section shall be carried unloaded and contained in a closed and fastened case, gunbox, securely tied package, or locked in the trunk of the automobile in which it is being transported, and in the course of travel shall include only such deviations as are reasonably necessary under the circumstances. (Emphasis added)
    This misleading language conceals what is in fact a ban on having loaded firearms at one’s place of business, farms, ranches, or other premises under the owner’s control. As you can plainly see, the so-called home and business exemption is no exemption at all.

    The Democrat-only sponsored-bill also criminalizes the following:

    If the firearm of a legal owner who fails to store or secure the firearm properly in violation of this section is accessed by another person, and the access results in serious bodily injury or death, the legal owner shall be guilty of a crime of the fourth degree. (Emphasis added)

    For example, if your spouse were to access your gun and shoot a criminal trying to murder you or your family, you would be guilty of a 4th Degree Crime (“Felony-Level” Offense) for allowing your spouse to access your gun.


    Mandatory Re-Education & Forced Labor for Anti-Gun Groups

    The proposed law fails to state what type of offense will be charged for a first-time violator. A second-time violator is a disorderly person’s offense. However, the sentence for a first-time violator is mandatory re-education via so-called community service to be served at an anti-gun organization of the Attorney General’s approval. Here is the penalty section for the first-time violator:

    …for a first offense, shall be sentenced to a period of community service of not less than 10 hours nor more than 40 hours with an entity with knowledge and experience in the prevention of gun violence approved by the Attorney General… (Emphasis added)
    An “approved enity” is defined as follows:

    An approved entity shall offer community service that:
    (1) incorporates gun violence prevention education; and
    (2) effectuates behavioral change to meet the goals of gun violence prevention.
    An approved entity may provide:
    (1) online instruction related to gun violence prevention;
    (2) gun violence prevention films; and
    (3) gun violence prevention interventional activities as part of a New Jersey hospital-based gun violence intervention program.
    Note how it is not a gun safety entity, but a gun violence entity. That’s because none of the anti-gun groups actually teach safety, only the NRA does that.

    For a second violation, all your guns are seized and forfeited to the government, and your firearm ID card and gun permits are revoked. You are given only 5 days to make arrangements with a gun dealer to sell them, and the gun dealer has only 10 days to pick them up or the government permanently keeps them.

    The penalty for the proposed law can be summed up as follows:


    “You vill vork as slave labor for the zee Anti-Gunners or you vill be imprisoned and your guns expropriated to the Government.”
    Law-abiding NJ gun owners need to vigorously oppose this extreme law and see the wolf in sheep’s clothing that the anti-Second Amendment extremists want to impose on New Jersey.
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    FULL TEXT OF NJ SENATE BILL 3757 HERE:

     
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    They know most of their proposal won’t get anywhere, but they will take what they can get. Slowly eroding gun rights. Again, they ( the left) play the long game. Plus it looks good for the idiot anti gunners that supported these evil people.
     
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    it seems so simple and easy to just put, and keep, the actual bad guys in jail. THAT is gun/crime control.
     

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    Who cares? Most people that want stuff already have stuff that was then lost in a boating accident and those people that had stuff don’t care to go diving to find it to hand it back in. In other words, nobody cares and nobody is going to hand in anything so why does it matter, except for future generations.
     

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    it seems so simple and easy to just put, and keep, the actual bad guys in jail. THAT is gun/crime control.
    It costs a lot of money to house, bathe and feed people among other things. Know how much some of these mega prisons cost? Now think about having to provide for all these people for 30+ years. Seems there are much simpler and cheaper options but nobody wants to do those anymore. However, I’m somewhat on the fence about this. I say if you know without a doubt someone is guilty of something then by all means do what you got to do, but perhaps in some ways the current system tries to at least give someone a chance and the system a chance. Unfortunately, even with checks and balances the system has still got it wrong and executed innocent people. I imagine that the stats would be even worse if we moved to actually use the old methods on people.
     

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    It costs a lot of money to house, bathe and feed people among other things.
    no one says they have to be comfortably housed. and it's not free to just put them back out in society. not to mention them most likely committing violence again. let's face it, if "we" weren't worried about them committing violence again, "we" wouldn't be pushing for background checks.
     

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    Jersey has a history of electing flamers Murphy is no different.He didn't grow up around guns or hunting with his father instead he would dance around the house in his mothers high heels.He went to college for dancing, when he won the election he jumped up and click his heels together and twirled like a woman. He is one ugly cork soaker for being a flamer.
     
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    It gets me sick that he was wearing the state police wind breaker and sweater. Like he gives a fuck about them as he defunding them and making them weak to do their jobs. Again, no could be one of the greatest states due to it location but in fact it’s really the armpit of the country. The place is filthy and getting filthier as they keep making house developments and the people keep moving in from NY and philly because the cities are soooo bad.
     

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    It gets me sick that he was wearing the state police wind breaker and sweater. Like he gives a fuck about them as he defunding them and making them weak to do their jobs. Again, no could be one of the greatest states due to it location but in fact it’s really the armpit of the country. The place is filthy and getting filthier as they keep making house developments and the people keep moving in from NY and philly because the cities are soooo bad.
    lol sp are not your friends and would gladly restrict your rights. they deserve no love nor respect
     
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    It gets me sick that he was wearing the state police wind breaker and sweater. Like he gives a fuck about them as he defunding them and making them weak to do their jobs. Again, no could be one of the greatest states due to it location but in fact it’s really the armpit of the country. The place is filthy and getting filthier as they keep making house developments and the people keep moving in from NY and philly because the cities are soooo bad.
    Paging Barbara Billingsley to the white courtesy phone.

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    Or does someone else speak jive and can translate this ^ for me?
     

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    It gets me sick dat he wuz wearin' de state honky pigs wind boogiea' and sweater. Ah be baaad... Like he gives some fuck about dem as he defundin' dem and makin' dem weak t'do deir jobs. Again, no could be one uh de greatest states due t'it locashun but in fact it’s really de armpit uh de country. Slap mah fro. Right On! De place be fildy and gettin' fildia' as dey keep makin' crib developments and da damn sucka's keep movin' in fum NY and philly a'cuz da damn cities are soooo bad-ass.
     

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    It gets me sick dat he wuz wearin' de state honky pigs wind boogiea' and sweater. Ah be baaad... Like he gives some fuck about dem as he defundin' dem and makin' dem weak t'do deir jobs. Again, no could be one uh de greatest states due t'it locashun but in fact it’s really de armpit uh de country. Slap mah fro. Right On! De place be fildy and gettin' fildia' as dey keep makin' crib developments and da damn sucka's keep movin' in fum NY and philly a'cuz da damn cities are soooo bad-ass.
    Chill, I dig his rap.
     
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    Lol... It's what those people want that live in that area

    Not *all* the people. There are some pockets of people (usually living not near the major cities... mostly in the Northwest/Southwest Suburbs ) that are very pro2A. And they're catching all kinds of Hell. I GTFO'ed the PRNJ a little over 7 years ago. And, boy, am I glad I left in time.
     
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    lol sp are not your friends and would gladly restrict your rights. they deserve no love nor respect

    I would have to agree. If they come to your house for an ERPO or something like it, you can kiss those weapons goodbye! You'll never see them again! Even if you are cleared, when you go to retrieve your property, you'll be told "We don't know where they are..." or "You need to provide proof of ownership (receipts)" or "What weapons? We never took any weapons... Prove we did!" or anything to keep you from getting them again. Remember, their mission is to get weapons off the streets. It's in their interests to be "creative" in their approach to that.
     
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    NJ won't be happy with the upcoming SCOTUS decision (re New York Pistol case.)

    Trust me when I tell you, they *will* find a work around. And if they can't do that, they will disobey the ruling blatantly. Their motto being, "So Sue us!" They have enough legal resources to keep any individual citizen (perhaps even a Federal Prosecutor) tied up in knots for an extremely long time. The only thing that might get them to pay attention is if the Fed starts withholding federal funds (Highway, Welfare, etc. etc. etc.).
     

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    It’s happening quicker seemingly every month. It’s only a matter of time before the inevitable split happens

    Yes it is and my message is go the hell back where you came from......you learned nothing.

    They are piling in my rural farm land surroundings and have already driven up prices....reported friends for being "strange men roaming with guns" on there own poperty no less and complaining about the several nights a week gun fire that is common in ruaral America. They move in and infest our coutryside with 1/3rd acre per lot bullshit developmants and then complain about tractors, the smell of sucker spray and chicken shit. Guaranteed they still vote like they always have. Please leave and go home and stay in NJ and fix your own damn state.
     

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    Yes it is and my message is go the hell back where you came from......you learned nothing.

    If you think I’m part of the problem and this is aimed at me you’re not half as smart as you think you are.

    If it’s not aimed at me then I apologize for the misinterpretation
     

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    No D not aimed at anybody. Also welcome those that think like those living in the free open places they are going....I see way too many that ruined their AO and bring their same ideas south.
     
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    No D not aimed at anybody. Also welcome those that think like those living in the free open places they are going....I see way too many that ruined their AO and bring their same ideas south.
    Right on. I can’t say I won’t be contributing to inflated home prices when we finally decide to move but I can guarantee I won’t be part of the problem
     

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    Yes it is and my message is go the hell back where you came from......you learned nothing.

    They are piling in my rural farm land surroundings and have already driven up prices....reported friends for being "strange men roaming with guns" on there own poperty no less and complaining about the several nights a week gun fire that is common in ruaral America. They move in and infest our coutryside with 1/3rd acre per lot bullshit developmants and then complain about tractors, the smell of sucker spray and chicken shit. Guaranteed they still vote like they always have. Please leave and go home and stay in NJ and fix your own damn state.

    Chicken shit is fine, goat piss however...can't get use to that.
     

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    It gets me sick that he was wearing the state police wind breaker and sweater. Like he gives a fuck about them as he defunding them and making them weak to do their jobs. Again, no could be one of the greatest states due to it location but in fact it’s really the armpit of the country. The place is filthy and getting filthier as they keep making house developments and the people keep moving in from NY and philly because the cities are soooo bad.
    Don't feel too bad for the staties.

    They'll have PLENTY of money and logistics to grab those guns from law abiding citizens.

    Fact.
     

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    New Jersey is an evil cunt state, run by a bureaucracy of Marxist bastards. If there was an earthquake and everything East of the Delaware River dropped into oblivion, I wouldn't be upset.

    Throw in Filthadelphia and I'd be downright overjoyed.
     
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    New Jersey is an evil cunt state, run by a bureaucracy of Marxist bastards. If there was an earthquake and everything East of the Delaware River dropped into oblivion, I wouldn't be upset.

    Throw in Filthadelphia and I'd be downright overjoyed.

    Unfortunately, almost all of my active family (Mother, Sister and her family) still live there. One of my sister's children (my niece) is in Va. Beach, Va.

    Let me GTFO all of them before you trigger the Earthquake! :D
     
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    lol well delaware is no better than nj . pa , md , pretty much all the north eastern states they are completely controlled by dimacrate socialist wanna bee's not that any of there wishes matter . well not till it's ok'd by the courts which they will mostly have in there favor .but the whole north east needs to sink but like rats the politicians would only jump ship and leach off the next closest shore .
     

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    I'm all for laws that disarm police and military as well as civilians. If they ban firearms, let the police turn theirs in first. You know, just to show that they trust the law will work.
     
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