I would expect nothing less from NJ I would expect nothing less from anywhere in NJ. I remember back in the early 1990's when I routinely worked hazmat jobs, driving home in Pemberton Twshp. late one Wed. night from site to hotel. I was not speeding, as I was dead tired, wanted a shower and supper and a warm bed. I was pulled over by a NJ Trooper. I had committed the heinous crime of flicking my Pall Mall (I smoked filterless at the time, because they biodegraded. EPA greenery, you know.) butt out the window and was about to be taken down like a felon for littering. On the lower left hand corner of my pickup cap's window was an NRA decal, along with my Rod & Gun club decal/parking pass. The first question from the Trooper was "Got any guns in there, you know the gun laws in New Jersey are different from New York!" (At that time it was quite true. We NY'rs could have pistols with hollowpoints, EBR's with pre-ban mags and no registrations, basically only a excessively bureaucratic handgun license/registry.) I was somewhat stunned by his initial line of questions; usually the first thing is "License and Registration; please." After threatening to arrest me for misdemeanor littering the next time he saw me flick a butt, ran my license and plate, and lectured me for a while, I was let go. NJ was not a state I returned to or wished to return to after that.