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Old 05-03-2013, 12:27 AM   #1
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It's amazing that just across the NY-PA border you can obtain a ccw permit in as short as 30 minutes (Centre County) and there's no restriction on magazine capacities....... And the majority of state government is pro 2nd amendment.

Anti-gun activists are overwhelmingly democrat, and democrats are overwhelmingly gun-ignorant. Just listen to idiot democrat pols who mispeak about automatic weapons!

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Old 05-03-2013, 12:34 AM   #2
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Come on down CV, plenty of room to stretch out, breathe clean air and hunt, shoot & fish!

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Almost all of the anti gun people are in NYC. Here in upstate NY, everyone is either pro gun or doesn't care except for like 3 counties. It's unfortunate that my county is one of the counties that supports gun control even though we have like no crime.

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Lower taxes, pro hunting/2nd amendment. I have looked at houses that are the value as my NY house. I could add 1200 sq ft and pay $4000 less in taxes. 28 miles to the Ripley state line. Plus the state income tax is less. I would be legally compliant with my AR's and not have to register.
Still pissed off that I would need to register a 22LR S&W 22-15 and my sons ruger 10/22

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Any young person or Families who lives along NY,RT97 should cross over the bridge,old age and roots keep me in NYS or I would be in Pennsylvania!!

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Lower taxes, pro hunting/2nd amendment. I have looked at houses that are the value as my NY house. I could add 1200 sq ft and pay $4000 less in taxes. 28 miles to the Ripley state line. Plus the state income tax is less. I would be legally compliant with my AR's and not have to register.
Still pissed off that I would need to register a 22LR S&W 22-15 and my sons ruger 10/22
Howdy neighbor. The wife and I are planning a move about 1 hour west of where we are, probably been looking at some of the same houses. The time to get out of NY IS now, while we still can. Good luck.
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The time to get out of NY IS now, while we still can. Good luck.
No joke. Pretty sure they're going to be building big walls with mine fields and check points at the NYS border with the way things are going. It's going to be like East Germans trying to flee to West Germany.
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