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Old 09-13-2012, 04:54 AM   #21
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so what part of Texas are thinking of moving to?
Henderson, my mother in law has land out there
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Henderson, my mother in law has land out there
well heck! that's here in East Texas and not that far from me! the only thing bad about East Texas is the humidity in the summer!
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Ya humidity does suck :/ but I think the pros out way the cons

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Ya humidity does suck :/ but I think the pros out way the cons
yes they do! if you can use to the humidity, you'll do just fine.
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Until you guys secede over there.
Thatll be the day
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I don't know about the shooting facilities in Henderson, but there's a nice NRA sponsored pistol/rifle range about 35 miles north of you, in Longview, that's pretty cheap to join.

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Get to Texas. ASAP lol

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No **** u can open carry, do u still need tax stamps up there
Open carry is a nice option for out in the sticks, but I prefer not to show my hand to a potential
attacker. To some criminals, open carry says:
FREE GUN.
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well heck! that's here in East Texas and not that far from me! the only thing bad about East Texas is the humidity in the summer!
Yup, just about a hour north on me
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The application of the law is the key. Most Counties are rural and VERY tolerant of guns/weapons. In some of the major metro areas the locals are more strict in their interpretation. Austin does not seem to have an overabundance of common sense when it comes to guns. Houston on the other hand seems to hand out medals for capping goblins.

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