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Old 01-18-2012, 08:20 PM   #11
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Do you still have to get a permit to buy a handgun?
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Old 01-18-2012, 08:31 PM   #12
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Do you still have to get a permit to buy a handgun?
Yes.... (whimper).....Yes we do.


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Old 01-18-2012, 08:37 PM   #13
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Do you still have to get a permit to buy a handgun?
With your CCW hells no...can buy as many as you want.

Without it, yup, up to 5 permits per year at $5 bucks a piece
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Tikki, you're more than welcome here in Dixie!!! Hurry up and get here before the kommiecrats get ya!!
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Kansas is fairly good about allowing the individual the right to self protection. One of my instructors informed me they (bad guy) no longer have to enter your house and that the law is based on what the "reasonable" person would consider a threat. I haven't looked into it myself but she is on the ethics board.

And no permits to purchase firearms other than your normal ATF SBR and suppressor stuff. And thats not really a permit, it's a stamp.
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:02 PM   #16
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Tennessee is fairly friendly and getting friendlier by the year. Castle doctrine carry permits. No state income tax just a %9.75 sales tax. You can still get land fairly cheap.
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Both Wyoming and Arizona are far more friendly than any of the eastern states. Both are open carry, concealed carry without permits. or you can get a CCW thru the mail in Wyoming. no registration of fire arms. Plus both states have more than 50% public lands to shoot and hunt on. Wyoming allows loaded firearms in transit near the driver regardless. Alaska, Arizona, and Wyoming are the most gun friendly in the nation.
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I like Florida personally. They do have a little bit of an expensive CCW, but there are no state taxes and you can carry ANY WEAPON with your permit! I would recommend staying in North Florida though, there's more country up there.
What he said.

Leave the land of fruits and nuts and come to Florida. Anywhere in the state as long as it is North of Ocala and West of Jacksonville.
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N Fla is purdy nice. I was stationed at Tyndall AFB (Panama City) back in 1990-91
I was TDY at Tyndall from MacDill in '91, pretty nice golf course you had there. Pelican Point I believe? Now I'm feeling all nostalgic.
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