A task force set up by Gov. Chris Christie after last December's mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School recommends moderate changes to New Jerseys' gun laws, restriction of sales of violent video game and enhancement of school security programs in an effort to curb violence.

The New Jersey SAFE Task Force on Gun Protection, Addiction, Mental Health and Families and Education Safety released a set of 50 recommendations on Wednesday that it said were "aspirational in their reach and practical in their implementation."

The most awaited recommendations from the task force, chaired by former Attorney General and Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero and former Attorney General John Degnan, concerned further restrictions on sale, purchase and ownership of firearms.