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    NoWorkCamp4Me railbuggy's Avatar
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    I now have a Benjamin Discovery PCP .22 air rifle that I pump to 2000 psi. I discharge 14.3 grain Crosman pellets at 850 fps. I can now drop English starlings at ranges out to 70 yards. Rifle and hand pump set me back $380 Obama bucks. Arrived July 1st, 2014. I have many feathers on my lodgepole. It has a TKO muzzle break for noise control.
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    They are not a Firearm
    In some states, they are indeed classified and regulated as firearms.
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    IN NJ you need a Firearms Id to buy one and if you are caught with one in public, you will be charged as if it where a regular firearm, that goes for paintball guns also. If you use a airsoft or plastic replica firearm in the commission of a crime in NJ, its the same time than as if you used a regular firearm
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