A tough question for some I know.
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A tough question for some I know.
Not easy to do but if I could manage it with work and selling a home in the worst market since the Depression, YES!
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That is a hard question........wonder if I could carry a sword......been here for 53 years. I can't answer that, not yet anyway.
Blessed be the Lord my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.
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Just do what I did when I lived in NYC.
Gun control is hitting what you aim at
I'm a young guy living in NJ with very little strings attached, I can pretty much pack a briefcase and move. With that said, I have a great job here in Atlantic City, I make more than anyone my age/my education level makes, yet I'm still leaving Jersey.. Half the reason I'm moving is because NJ really does violate my rights. I can't even tint my windows let alone get a CCW. Just buying a pistol requires a permit and from the research I did, 30+ days approval period. The other half is just the cost of living here is just way too expensive, $1k a month for rent on a 2 bedroom, 1bath 900sq ft apt.
BTW, moving back to the Sunshine State, FL. !
I voted "No" as I could not leave immediately, but I would eventually relocate.
Took me 7 years to get out of CA, but I did move.
may have to move to get a job anyway...
number seven on the worst employment outlook, number 5 on taxes, over 6% unemployment statewide
my husband would have to move for a job, and really, who WANTS to live near Philly?
"Let me control the textbooks, and I will control the state." - Adolf Hitler
I think I would, but then if FL does away with CCW...we're ALL in trouble at that point...
Stay armed...stay safe!
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If my state makes CHL illegal, where am I going to move to? I know DC cause it has to be safer since no one can have a handgun there. I answered maybe, because the truth is it would not be easy for me to pick up and relocate, and if Texas makes CHL illegal I dont know where I could move to, I would never advocate breaking the law, but if the law told me it was illegal to defend myself then I would break the law. I dont carry where I am not supposed to now, and have accepted that compromise, because I choose not to go to places where I cant carry, but an outright ban? hard for me to stomache the thought. Glad I live in Texas.
Doubt that's going to happen but if it did I'd be seriously checking Texas real estate listings.
No, I have to much time and money invested in my place. If CCW were made Illegal I would open carry and stay out of the major metro areas of the state.
I probably wouldnt, not sure. I could move to Tn which is close by, or I'd open carry. it is a tough question to answer for most.
yes. even if i have to go to iraq to find a decent home and a job at least there i can keep my trusty AK.
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Every well-bred petty crook knows: the small concealable weapons always go to the far left of the place setting.