Is there anything New Jersey HASN’T banned?

TRENTON, NJ – No Ghost Guns. No 3-D Firearms. And no purchasing any component used in making either of these weapons.

Legislation banning the manufacturing of any untraceable or covert firearm was approved 68-5-3 by the full Assembly and the Senate 31-0 Monday.

The bill (A-3129)- sponsored by Assembly Democrats Paul Moriarty, Gary Schaer and Annette Quijano – would make it illegal to purchase firearm parts for the purpose of unlawfully manufacturing firearms without a serial number and to manufacture or possess covert or undetectable firearms and 3-D printed firearms.

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3 Responses to Is there anything New Jersey HASN’T banned?

  1. pigpen51 says:

    I thought that the Constitution was the law of the land and the states could not usurp their authority, edpevespec when dealing with the Constitution and it’s amendments. I couldn’t ever live in a state like that.

    • Winston Smith says:


      Plus, doesn’t this mean 3d printers and stock for it are illegal since it can be used to make a printed gun (I know, but the leftards don’t know).

  2. Towser says:

    Liberals. They will never ban liberals.

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