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beastmode986 05-23-2012 02:58 AM

suggestion on where to move?
 
well i might be moving to south utah near arizona. im looking for a place where i can shoot in my backyard and some extra land,and maybe a pool.Do you guys have any suggestions on places in utah? preferably not over an hour or 3 from those park/nature preserve places(forgot the name of em) what neighborhoods/areas should i look for houses in

NotMormon 05-23-2012 03:59 AM

That's tricky territory down there. It requires serious investigation. Polygamists litter the place. Do some looking around Kanab. Beautiful country and is just outside the East gate of Zion NP. And there's always St. George.

beastmode986 05-23-2012 04:37 AM

yep i was considering st george ill look in kanab also.zion is what i was thinking of lol yeah now i hope i get lucky and find a nice house.....

beastmode986 05-23-2012 10:18 PM

also i was doing research about open carry laws and can someone at age 14 open carry? unloaded?loaded?

Polygon 05-26-2012 10:18 PM

I don't know about a 14 year old being able to OC, but I do know that you can have it loaded, but not chambered.

stick_man 07-09-2012 03:55 AM

I would bet that a 14 yr old OC'ing pretty much anywhere would at the very least draw some very close scrutiny from the local LEO. I don't know if it would be legal or not in UT for a 14 yr old to OC (or even carry at all). I believe at that age they have to be at least accompanied by an adult.

Now, which side of southern Utah are you wanting to move to? In SW Utah, you have a lot of "snowbirds" and land values are pretty high. It is close access to Vegas and the NW corner of Arizona. In the SE corner of Utah (4-corners area), land values are much lower and you would be more likely to be able to find a place where you could literally shoot right in your backyard. It is also close to 5 national or state parks. Worst part of the 4-corners area is the lack of jobs that pay enough to support a family. Much better hunting and outdoor recreation opportunities though. Also, not as hot in the summer as in SW corner of the state.

gunnovice09 07-09-2012 04:56 AM

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Cat1870 07-23-2012 01:00 AM

Try Cedar City in southwest Utah.


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