New Steel Shooting Program

Posted by on Jun 3, 2018 in Club News

The club is running a new steel shooting program. Please see our new program’s page for details. First match is Wednesday June 6th starting at 6:30PM. This will be the Falling Plate Match. Come out and give it a try. It’s a lot of fun. Bring as many full magazines as you can. The balance between accuracy and speed is hard to achieve, but you’ll enjoy it so much, you won’t even think about how much ammo you’re...

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Brian Fitzpatrick Votes Against Reciprocity

Posted by on Dec 6, 2017 in Legislative

Apparently our Republican Congressman here in Bucks County is just fine with honest gun owners getting arrested in New Jersey and New York. Needless to say, we are very disappointed in his vote on H.R. 38 and will be looking to see whether NRA backs a primary challenger next election.

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Legislative Alert – H.R. 38 Up for House Vote

Posted by on Dec 6, 2017 in Legislative

It is very important we put pressure on Brian Fitzpatrick to vote “yes” on H.R. 38, the National Reciprocity bill, which would force any state which issues licenses to carry firearms to recognize the licenses of any other state. As the bill is currently worded it would remarkably allow a New Jersey resident with a permit from states like Florida, Utah, or New Hampshire to legally carry in New Jersey. This bill will be voted on by the full House on Wednesday. To reiterate what NRA is asking, “Please IMMEDIATELY contact Brian Fitzpatrick at (202) 225-4276 and via email,...

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Defeating Murphy in New Jersey

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017 in Legislative

By Scott L. Bach, of ANJRPC-PAC If there’s one thing that defines New Jersey gun owners, it’s the courage and tenacity to repeatedly face the “David and Goliath” battles and win against impossible odds, when most everyone else would have given up. The upcoming Governor’s race on November 7 will be the ultimate test of our mettle. Anti-gun Wall Street mega-millionaire Phil Murphy, an unknown who came out of left field, bullied and bought his way to the Democratic nomination. He cleared the field of serious, well-established candidates by creating the illusion...

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Legislative Alert

Posted by on Oct 29, 2017 in Legislative

Federal Under the guise of banning the “bump stocks” used in the Las Vegas shooting, a bipartisan panel of lawmakers, including the local Congressmen Dent, Costello, and Meehan, have introduced a bill that would “any part or combination of parts that is designed and functions to increase the rate of fire of a semiautomatic rifle but does not convert the semiautomatic rifle into a machinegun.” NRA is opposing this bill, as it would ban installing a match grade trigger into a semi-automatic rifle since that technically affects the rate of fire, even if that is not its...

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