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Old 08-19-2011, 06:01 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by CA357 View Post
Q. Is California really that bad?

A. Yes.
Simple and to the point. I totally agree. Being born here and still here 60 years later, own my own home and on a fixed medical retirement income, I am a prisoner of this Communist State and will probably die here (hopefully still semi-free).

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Old 08-19-2011, 07:00 PM   #32
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Since I'm still on my soapbox let me add a few observations:

Most CA anti "anything" laws actually increase sales by increasing demand. I know some proposed bans/controls (like Airsoft and mail order handgun ammo) were financially beneficial to sellers and manufacturers alike. I have often wondered if some bans are promoted and enacted for profit

We are much less safe now than 10 years ago because govermental pressure has increased tensions amongst us the "regulated community". More guns/ammo/knives/home security systems are sold due to these tensions.

Last week i saw a vendor at flea market selling "BAN CALIFORNIA" hats and t shirts. Its the outline of the state in red circle with a slash. The seller was told it was illegal and verbally assaulted the guy making the accusation. Scary but understandable.
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Old 08-20-2011, 07:59 AM   #33
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Default has lots of members in the Orange County area and lots of info on ca. gun laws.
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Tek I would come home in a second but wife and Biomed
Job with Kiaser keep me at least untill retirement go Reds
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