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Old 09-12-2012, 02:05 PM   #11
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If you're headed to Texas, just move north up here to oklahoma. We have everything they have but we include open carry
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It's definitely better than all of the states I've been in.
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If you're headed to Texas, just move north up here to oklahoma. We have everything they have but we include open carry
No **** u can open carry, do u still need tax stamps up there
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No **** u can open carry, do u still need tax stamps up there
Yeah I think you still need your CCW unless you're on private property but I may be wrong on that one
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From what I've heard about california gun laws, why you waiting a couple of years???
Staitioned out here :,(
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No **** u can open carry, do u still need tax stamps up there
Tax stamps, as in MG's/SBR's/SBS's/Suppressors are Federal so yes you need a tax stamp for these items anywhere in the US.
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Tax stamps, as in MG's/SBR's/SBS's/Suppressors are Federal so yes you need a tax stamp for these items anywhere in the US.
Until you guys secede over there.
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Jackal, Texas is a great state to live in. we have some very leniant gun laws, beautiful scenery, different environments to suit just about anyone, great hunting, and most of the people are pretty friendly towards strangers. lot's of rural areas and cities and towns of all sizes. i think you would like it here if you moved here.
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Jackal, Texas is a great state to live in. we have some very leniant gun laws, beautiful scenery, different environments to suit just about anyone, great hunting, and most of the people are pretty friendly towards strangers. lot's of rural areas and cities and towns of all sizes. i think you would like it here if you moved here.
Thank you, I'm even more excited to move there
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Thank you, I'm even more excited to move there
so what part of Texas are thinking of moving to?
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