This is a discussion on Down on the farm within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Greetings from arkansas. I've had my ccw since sept. 1997. My wife and I live on a farm, I raise cows and she does income ...
Greetings from arkansas. I've had my ccw since sept. 1997. My wife and I live on a farm, I raise cows and she does income taxes. We are into Blues music, and make regular trips to Memphis Tn and Clarksdale, Ms. Arkansas has a good relationship with TN, but Ms does not seem to be friendly to ccw at all, so maybe some of you Ms res. will keep us informed If things change. I'm glad to have finally found a forum that's about ccw. So I'll be in here as much as the cows will allow.
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Anyone who is into cows and blues, and lives in Arkansas has got to be OK by me. Greetings from Western Colorado.
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