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Unread 02-16-2013, 07:28 PM
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Re: States that Support Gun Ban ----BOYCOT---??

Good idea. I'm going to have to start looking at labels a little more closely.

What about this. The red states stop selling food to the blue states. I think they would probably start coming around pretty quickly. I don't think it is time for this yet, but maybe in the future if things continue as they are going right now. It would definitely get peoples attention.
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    Well at least Montana is holding true to it's nature and history, far as I can tell with the bills introduce it seem we're going to see some relaxation on current gun laws
    Well Joe, I am serious about not moving to Colorado now. If any of you Montanans know of any places with about 100 acres, @ 2000sqft house, barn and it doesn't cost $18 gazillion I'd appreciate a heads up.

    Damn, no more Colorado Koolaide either... sorry Coors. Golden is a nest of socialists.

    I'm with you Magpul, I'm sticking to the Boycott.

    Thanks Guys,

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    I think that getting they're attention financially, like magpul and another mfg company have vowed, will be the next step once these pass I've written several letters to several reps in colorado, only a hand full of replys, they seem to be falling on deaf ears. It's to bad, my home state was at one time one of the most free in the country and the socialist populations in the big city's have torn that to shreds.
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    Yes, Colorado has become Cali2.0. I wrote all my reps and many more over the last several weeks. All without answer.

    I pointed out to my Rep (Mike Foote) that mere possession of 20 round magazines would be against the law (unless they were grandfathered), and that a police office could arrest me at any time. Afterall, how does he know when I bought them? He said that the police would need probable cause so don't worry. What a F*$ing joke. I know lots of police officers, and they arrest people all the time with very flimsy PC - they even joke about it!

    I've started buying nearly everything on-line, and will not spend any money here I don't have to. I wanted to retire here, but that is out now.

    Supposedly, VP Biden was making calls to the state Reps to get this passed (that is what I heard one say on Fri), and this is coupled with Bloombergs cash to buy favors around the state.
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    Yes, Colorado has become Cali2.0. I wrote all my reps and many more over the last several weeks. All without answer.

    I pointed out to my Rep (Mike Foote) that mere possession of 20 round magazines would be against the law (unless they were grandfathered), and that a police office could arrest me at any time. Afterall, how does he know when I bought them? He said that the police would need probable cause so don't worry. What a F*$ing joke. I know lots of police officers, and they arrest people all the time with very flimsy PC - they even joke about it!

    I've started buying nearly everything on-line, and will not spend any money here I don't have to. I wanted to retire here, but that is out now.

    Supposedly, VP Biden was making calls to the state Reps to get this passed (that is what I heard one say on Fri), and this is coupled with Bloombergs cash to buy favors around the state.

    It was in a bunch of news article about Bubbling Biden calling, i didn't know about Bloomberg. I wish those F*$KING scum bags would stay the hell out of Colorado's bizz. I also heard they're pressing CO so hard because of the precedence it would set if a western state passed these bogus laws. I was proud of my Rep. Ed Vigil, the only dem with a backbone and stood up for what's right.
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    Re: States that Support Gun Ban ----BOYCOT---??

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    Well Joe, I am serious about not moving to Colorado now. If any of you Montanans know of any places with about 100 acres, @ 2000sqft house, barn and it doesn't cost $18 gazillion I'd appreciate a heads up.

    Damn, no more Colorado Koolaide either... sorry Coors. Golden is a nest of socialists.

    I'm with you Magpul, I'm sticking to the Boycott.

    Thanks Guys,

    Doc
    Off hand I would say from the Rocky Mtn front east, barring the bigger towns, and Glascow area. Obviously with bigger towns you have increased prices and the Area around Glascow/ Glendive is on the edge of the Bakin oil field. Towns Like Havre (where I live), Lewistown, Miles city, Roundup, White Sulpher Springs, tend to be the same town they where 50yrs ago, everybody knows everybody, and folks still stop to help without your asking.
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    Re: States that Support Gun Ban ----BOYCOT---??

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    Off hand I would say from the Rocky Mtn front east, barring the bigger towns, and Glascow area. Obviously with bigger towns you have increased prices and the Area around Glascow/ Glendive is on the edge of the Bakin oil field. Towns Like Havre (where I live), Lewistown, Miles city, Roundup, White Sulpher Springs, tend to be the same town they where 50yrs ago, everybody knows everybody, and folks still stop to help without your asking.
    Thanks Sir,

    In fact I was looking at For Sale By Owner today and found several nice, almost affordable properties near Lewiston, Ronan, Flathead Lake, Eureka, Vida, Elliston, Kalispel, near Helena..

    How are those areas?

    Thanks again for the help.

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