Behind enemy lines in CA. Need to escape. Need help

Discussion in 'Politics Of Hunting And Guns (NOT General Politics' started by sheepdawg, May 18, 2019.


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  1. WYO300RUM

    WYO300RUM Well-Known Member

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    Sorry for the dog talk guys. I really like this thread. Its going to go to 50 pages .Thanks Sheepdawg !
    You have a beautiful dog !
     
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  2. basinman

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    Is it true you can't carry a sidearm in the woods there?
     
  3. 5.56×250

    5.56×250 Well-Known Member

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    In Ga, people wonder what's wrong with you if you DONT carry a sidearm in the woods! ( hey bubba, you feelin ok ? I just noticed you ain't toten)
     
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  4. bri4676

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    Popgun...
    GA you say... we're you lucky enough to be at good ole Ft. Benning.... lovely summers down there. Makes ya yearn for more gnats and sand :)
     
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  5. bri4676

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    That's a FACT--- our family reunions consist of show and tell with shooting range practice after Maw Maw's "nanner puddin"...
     
  6. 5.56×250

    5.56×250 Well-Known Member

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    Luv me some nanner puddin!:D
     
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  7. Coyoter

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    I moved to WY nearly 24 years ago and have loved it the whole time... More since I retired and don't have to drive on the crappy winter roads! Other than Jackson and maybe Laramie, you're pretty much expected to carry a gun, no permit for concealed necessary as a citizen of the state. Lots of small rural towns within commuting distance of "cities" to get groceries. Hunting is dwindling a bit as the ranches are bought out by corporations, but lots of public land still available. Take up crossbow hunting, and you'll feel like you've got the forest to yourself.
    My .02 anyway.
    Good luck and enjoy your retirement!
    Coyoter
     
  8. basinman

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    Spelling correction: Boudreaux (and don't forget about Thibodeaux)
     
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    Well come up up to Montana. Moved here from the other communist state, Oregon in 2012. Always thought I would live out my life there as a 7th Gen. Oregonion but with thes going the same direction as yours I would be a felon in no time. Montana and Idaho would be your best states and Montana has no sales tax.
     
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    I have a nice 3 bedroom house on 10 1/2 acres with certified irrigation rights in EASTERN WASHINGTON for sale. 48x60 shop. Good hunting and fishing near by. Great place for kids.
     
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  11. Lasiter

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    The Great Perfesser and his anti-gun project gets an occasional write-up in The Sacramento Bee. I have complained to him and his ilk in The Bee about some of their "facts" that weren't facts, but they don't care.
     
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    In California Moonbeam Jerry Brown signed a law to reduce a lot of felonies to misdemeanors. Now you can break into a home and steal guns and it will be charged as a misdemeanor if your lawyer can argue the value is less than about $900. In San Francisco they can sell heroin right in front of cops without being hassled.
     
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    I lived in GA for 2 years and those summers....SMH. I was fixin to die dead out there, so hot and humid.
     
  14. muleystalker

    muleystalker Well-Known Member

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    I’m a native 3rd generation Ca. And this is my exact experience along with most Ca. I know and associate with. The majority of Californians other than LA, and Bay Area are conservative, grew up farming, ranching and hunting/fishing. I live in between SF and Sacramento, farm country growing up hunting and fishing. Like stated above since I was a kid for the last 50+ years I have seen people flocking in from other states and completely changed our sleepy little chucks of heaven to overcrowded leftist cities. All these people were not born here they came from other states. We used to feel the way you in other states feel now. It happened to us first.
     
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