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Old 08-29-2013, 05:48 PM   #21
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Sorry for basically hijacking the glory of your guys' state, guys, and talking about the lameness of my own. Back on track.

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Sand? What sand? There some sand in the desert, but it's mixed in with a lot of very rocky dirt.

Here's what North and East Texas (where I call home) looks like.
That's beautiful man.
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Sorry for basically hijacking the glory of your guys' state, guys, and talking about the lameness of my own. Back on track.
No problem. Hope you get out of there pretty soon.



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This area is really beautiful. I wish it wasn't quite as flat though. (I like the mountains). It's good for farming though.
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No problem. Hope you get out of there pretty soon.

This area is really beautiful. I wish it wasn't quite as flat though. (I like the mountains). It's good for farming though.
Thanks man. I have at least a couple more months here. Then I'll be in Texas for a little while. Then back here for 2-3 years. Hopefully I can swing two and not three.

I like mountains too. There's a lot near me, actually. I like most different kinds of landscape. My favorite is prolly the Atlantic, though.
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Question, does SB 299 basically get rid of the printing issue? I didn't see it mention it specifically, but it does protect concealed carriers if their gun is accidently displayed. Wouldn't printing be covered under this?
The way I read the law is if you imprint or accidentally flash you side arm and a cop see you or someone dials 911. You will not get in trouble .
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I have the same feelings in regards to moving to Texas, plus, I don't like sand (we do have our fair share of venomous snakes, though).

With the BS in Kali and NY, I find it funny that people think the gun laws here in MA are strict. They really aren't - but they are confusing as all hell.

The "strict" doesn't actually come from gun laws... just an FYI.
The gun laws in MA are strict: we have a ban on the cosmetic features of semi auto long guns, mags are restricted to 10 rounds, manufacturers need to go through some B.S process to even sell their handguns in MA, one needs to be a "bonified collector of firearms" or an instructor to get the license that allows one to buy a registered full auto. The gun laws in MA are not just strict, they're really strict.
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JW357,

Sorry to hear all that. In Va we are much more fortunate. Pretty loose here - all things considered. Moving out of Ca permanently?

Hope everything works out for ya.

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Good for Texas.

If CO had enacted such firewalls, they might not have been swamped by granola warriors. Now they could never pass them. It's laws like this that repel liberal bottom feeders. Think of these laws as a Liberal Repellent.

We toyed with the idea here in Alberta about 15 years ago but backed off when the MSM wailed. It's too bad because a lot of yappy left wing losers have now moved here from the east. Conservative laws could have kept a lot of them at home.

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Sorry to hear all that. In Va we are much more fortunate. Pretty loose here - all things considered. Moving out of Ca permanently?

Hope everything works out for ya.
Thanks. We'll be leaving CA permanently in a few years. Hopefully.
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The gun laws in MA are strict: we have a ban on the cosmetic features of semi auto long guns, mags are restricted to 10 rounds, manufacturers need to go through some B.S process to even sell their handguns in MA, one needs to be a "bonified collector of firearms" or an instructor to get the license that allows one to buy a registered full auto. The gun laws in MA are not just strict, they're really strict.
Ahh, the "cosmetic" argument. Easy way to get around that: buy pre-98. Or, don't feel the need to absolutely have a bayonet lug.

Not ALL mags are restricted. Yes, the AG does have a large capacity roster, with newer firearms on it.

The "manufacturers need to go through some B.S process to even sell their handguns in MA" - yeah, not a gun law. "Consumer Safety" regs/laws.

Full auto - covered by the NFA, where some states just allow the tax stamp (though, it's still the chief's decision, and can say no). Becoming a "bona fide collector" isn't difficult.

No, the laws aren't really as strict as you want to make them out. They aren't nearly as strict as CT, NY, NJ.. just to name a few. Hell, the rest of the lower 48 are strict compared to VT.
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Sand? What sand? There's some sand in the desert, but it's mixed in with a lot of very rocky dirt.
Any sand that isn't part of either a beach or golf course is evil.

I guess I've just visited the wrong parts.
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