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Hi, I am a Brit living in France, but have lived and worked in Texas (and still do very occasionally). I have been a competed at Bisley for many years until my goverment, who at one time could not give me a gun quick enough decided that private citizens may no longer possess pistols and revolvers. I now operate my business and reside in France, where I can still shoot. If anyone wants the prospective from this part of Europe I would be glad to assist. There is a lot to say for a Republic!
 

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Hi and welcome! Yes, there is a lot to be said for living in a republic. That said, we are figuring out new and innovative ways to turn our liberties over to the government at a record pace. :mad:

How is Sarkozy dealing with his (impending?) divorce? He seems to be the best thing to happen to France, from an American's perspective, in a long time.
 

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Greetings and welcome from SD. USA.
 

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I pray that we can hold on to our liberties here in America.
 

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The marriage problems of the President is not new news here they have had problems for a while...anyway this is France? As well intentioned Sarkozy may be to introduce social change here getting it done is another thing he is not popular in the Country. The French guard their social state and I have to agree it is excellent, extremely good health care, but it comes at a price. Immigration is a big issue here although his administration will I believe work better with the White House I wouldn't expect the Legion to be deployed on the streets of Bagdad anytime soon.
 
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