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Old 09-09-2012, 05:34 AM   #11
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I'd invest in a good potato gun, the ammo is the cheapest you'll find in the whole U.S..............

Just a little humor........
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lol..
That's silly.. Idaho is a great state, I don't think I'd get one of those. That is about the last thing on my list
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That's silly.. Idaho is a great state, I don't think I'd get one of those. That is about the last thing on my list
Define "potato".. Lol!
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I moved here to the Boise area from California almost 20 years ago. It was the best thing we ever did. I don't care to ever return there! Idaho gun laws are great. As long as you aren't a felon, you can own pretty much whatever you want. Concealed carry permits are easy enough to get...again, as long as you are not a felon, no problem. And all you really need to do is find some BLM land, which is everywhere, and you've got a place to shoot!

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Well jeez you guys make it seem like paradise! So maybe we won't leave?

Are their any negatives at all that I should know about?

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If you are talking gun laws, then I really don't think you will find any negatives compared to Cali. But I'm sure that could change if your Commander in Chief remains Commander in Chief!

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If you are talking gun laws, then I really don't think you will find any negatives compared to Cali. But I'm sure that could change if your Commander in Chief remains Commander in Chief!
I mean yeah, look what he has done so far, banned all imports and exports plus banned all magazines over 1 round...........jeez right, I'm voting for Eastwood too.....
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What about bringing firearms purchased in Cali there? Anything special required?

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What about bringing firearms purchased in Cali there? Anything special required?
Yes, actually, you will be required to purchase hi-cap mags for your firearms! But, you would have to give them to me if you wanted to return to Cali someday
No. Nothing at all, just load 'em up and bring them with you.
This is what we see on our gun purchases:

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Yes, actually, you will be required to purchase hi-cap mags for your firearms! But, you would have to give them to me if you wanted to return to Cali someday
No. Nothing at all, just load 'em up and bring them with you.
This is what we see on our gun purchases:

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That's hilarious that they put that on there. You know they advertise both the gun and the mags so vividly because there are those dipsh!ts that think they are being clever or sneaky.
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What about inside vehicles?

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