“Red Flag” Lawsuit Update and is NJ Following Court Rules?
Judge Martinotti has rendered a decision for a preliminary injunction against New Jersey’s “Red Flag” law that is unconstitutional and strips someone of their Second Amendment rights without due process. Also, why is New Jersey not following court rules and hiding valuable information in Discovery? Attorney Albert Rescinio discusses with NJ2AS President Alexander Roubian. Please […]
RE-ELECT ANTHONY COLANDRO TO THE NRA BOARD!
Myself and the New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) proudly support and endorse Anthony Colandro to represent New Jersey on the Board of Directors at the nation’s foremost civil-rights organization, the National Rifle Association (NRA). Anthony’s charisma, energy, drive, and enthusiasm to defend and protect the Second Amendment, not only in New Jersey, but nationwide, […]
“Red Flag” lawsuit: Judge makes jaw-dropping opening statement in NJ “red flag” lawsuit!
Everything you need to know about New Jersey’s unconstitutional “red flag” law which is being used to take innocent people’s firearms away with no due process. Click on the video below to learn how the law was formed, how it is being abused, and how NJ2AS is fighting back in federal court. Please help our […]
Republican leader Jon Bramnick speaks to gun control extremists. Here’s what he had to say to NJ2AS.
On June 27, 2019, a gun-control extremist group called Moms Demand Action held a meeting in New Jersey’s Statehouse. The meeting hosted several New Jersey politicians, including the Republican Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick. According to Vote Smart Assemblyman Bramick supported a wide range of gun control laws including Extreme Risk Protection Overs, which is […]
Moms Demand Action hosts event with illegal “large-capacity” magazines, “ghost gun” parts and tools, bayonet, and live ammunition
On Saturday, October 19, 2019, Moms Demand Action, an organization that claims they advocate for “firearm safety” and “common sense gun laws,” held a “Firearms 101 Presentation” with guest speaker Scott Pappalardo. Their : “Guest speaker Scott Pappalardo, a gun owner and volunteer leader in Moms Demand Action, presents firearms basics–how they work, how they are […]
Attend the 2A Rally on November 2!
NJ2AS is proud to support and attend the Second Amendment Rally being held on November 2, 2019, from 1pm to 4pm. NJ2AS President Alexander Roubian will be speaking and encourages everyone to attend. For more details please visit: http://www.2ndamendmentrally.com
Gov Murphy to sign executive order targeting gun manufacturers, banking institutions, and insurance industry
Calling “gun violence” a public health crisis in New Jersey, Governor Murphy’s executive order intends to make sure that “public safety principles related to firearms” include the following: a. That retail dealers of firearms have policies that prevent and detect straw purchasing and firearm trafficking; prevent the sale of firearms to prohibited individuals; to protect […]
NJ2AS filing complaint against Jersey City Police for several firearm law violations
Since 2016 NJ2AS has been investigating the Jersey City Police Department for violating New Jersey law and how applicants are required to apply for a firearm permit. Despite Jersey City losing a legal battle in 2014 and having the court demand their illegal practices end, Jersey City Police have continued to use their illegal forms. […]
Another NJ2AS Legal Victory! Victorious in Final Phase of OPRA Lawsuit!
It has been 8 years since we first filed our lawsuit to gain access to the guide. Here are some of the highlights: NJ2AS compelled NJ to admit that the guide is the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for all municipality police departments regarding the processing of firearms permit applications and the issuance of permits. This […]
Breaking: Prosecutor and Chief Kunz Respond to NJ2AS’ Complaint
NJ2AS has received a response from the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office regarding our formal complaint that the Jackson Township Police Department forces firearms permit applicants to undergo fingerprinting again if they have not been fingerprinted in the previous two years. The short version of the response is that the act is wrong and unnecessary, but not […]