States to Retire In? (dupes combined)

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    States to Retire In?

    Friends,

    We're at the cusp of retirement and will be moving to a gun-friendly state with an enacted castle doctrine.

    What states should be on our short list?

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    Without a doubt,

    TEXAS........
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    Indiana is the state with the best carry laws. Only 3-4 no carry places and a lifetime permit for real cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Crumrine View Post
    Friends,

    We're at the cusp of retirement and will be moving to a gun-friendly state with an enacted castle doctrine.

    What states should be on our short list?
    Florida - great carry laws, not a lot of stupid restrictions. You can find very affordable housing so long as you are not within 20 miles of the coast, or withing 20 miles of any suburb of Orlando or Tampa.

    Whatever you do don't move to the frozen north - the ice, snow, frost and cold sucks big time.

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    Oklahoma, Texas and Indiana are great. As well as the always sunny Florida.
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    Arizona is really gun friendly, but not sure about the castle doctrine.
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    Idaho?

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    Gary - as you had a double post - both already with replies I have combined them.
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    Florida, lots to do and its pretty cheap to live here. Very gun friendly.
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    The rural counties of N. CA are very good about dispensing CCWs and the CA Homeowner's Bill of Rights sez you are "legally presumed to be in fear of losing your life or suffering great bodily harm" whenever an intruder forces his way into your dwelling. On top of that, the trout fishing on the northern Sacramento River is outstanding!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Miller View Post
    The rural counties of N. CA are very good about dispensing CCWs and the CA Homeowner's Bill of Rights sez you are "legally presumed to be in fear of losing your life or suffering great bodily harm" whenever an intruder forces his way into your dwelling. On top of that, the trout fishing on the northern Sacramento River is outstanding!!
    Having driven through that area many times I agree that it is beautiful country, now if you could just succeed from California and create a more conservative government.

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    Interesting retirement plans. I'd say Indiana and Pennsylvania, but I don't think PA. has Castle Doctrine, but I could be wrong. Michigan is fairly decent.
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    Vermont has almost no restrictions. If it legal for you to own a gun (not a felon), you can carry it anywhere you want any way you want (except for schools and federal property. Getting to liberal for me though. I like the laws here in Florida also.
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    Rural Fl. Stay away from the major urban areas and prices are reasonable. If I didn't have a business in Orlando I'd think north half of the state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supertac45 View Post
    Interesting retirement plans. I'd say Indiana and Pennsylvania, but I don't think PA. has Castle Doctrine, but I could be wrong. Michigan is fairly decent.
    We don't. HB641 was actually on the schedule to be discussed in the PA House Judiciary Committee yesterday, but was postponed. The drafter is trying another maneuver. http://www.repcappelli.com/?sectioni...=16&itemid=562

    BTW, PA does not tax retirement benefits for military or U.S. Civil Service.
    Clinging to guns and God in PA...

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