Alejandro Roubian, NJ2AS President and Managing Editor, recently received information from a Trenton insider that proposed legislation will make the “gun industry” accountable for “crime guns” under public nuisance laws. Unsure of the validity, we waited to confirm this tip. At this time, NJ2AS can report that a bill (A6218) sponsored by Assemblyman John McKeon […]
NJ2AS has confirmed through two sources that effective March 31, 2021, the NJ State Police will be updating their firearm processing software to allow digital versions of the New Jersey Firearms ID card. Internal notices state once your application is approved, you will receive an e-mail with a link to your digital firearm ID card. […]
Now more than ever, it is critical that NJ2AS News is given the same equal access to government press conferences. Not only does our community deserve a response from government on Second Amendment issues, but their own words expose the weakness of their positions. https://youtu.be/IOcq1Zs_M0k
Join NJ2AS President Alex “Alejandro” Roubian and Daniel Francisco for another LIVE discussion on the latest events in the New Jersey Second Amendment landscape. We are used to getting abused by government, but now we are getting abused by the private sector. Our news bureau has never been more important and critical to our mission- […]
Recently, we’ve had several tips from our members about the Sayreville police department outright refusing to process gun permits. Their Facebook page, phone messages, and police department lobby all have messaging declaring the firearm department is closed until further notice. Watch to find out the full story. https://youtu.be/NDupIkHelg8
Another NJ2AS Success story – Thank you Englishtown Police, Council, and Mayor for Supporting the Second Amendment!
We recently paid a visit to Englishtown’s borough council meeting and brought to their attention some concerns from local residents. We’re very happy to report that the Mayor, Council, and Police Chief are friends of the 2nd Amendment and committed as a borough to comply with NJ state statutes with no additional requirements for firearm applicants. Enjoy our dialogue with the council – we hope that many other townships and cities throughout NJ can hold themselves to the standards of Englishtown. Once again we want to thank the Mayor, council, and chief Cooke for addressing this serious matter with the respect it deserves.
NJ2AS will hold its first Q&A QUARANTINE LIVE-STREAM on Thursday, April 23rd at 8:30pm. We welcome all supporters or antagonists to join us as we field questions live from the audience. You can tune in by clicking below or by visiting our YouTube channel directly by clicking here.
Under Governor Murphy’s executive order Colonel Patrick Callahan has the authority to reopen gun stores and ranges so citizens have the ability to protect themselves and learn firearm safety, while also respecting social distancing and health guidelines from State and Federal officials. The same exact way Colonel Callahan guided liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, and home […]
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