This is a discussion on State of Texas releases a map of all gun owners within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by ctr The rest of America needs to look like that. +1 to this every state should be this color....
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Dang! I thought there would be more orange dots than that.
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I agree with other posters, I would hope Florida would look similar. Great picture.
Good picture, good for Texas.
I do believe every state hooked to Texas along the Gulf Coast would be the same color.
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Born and raised in Texas. That map is no joke.
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If Illinois did a map like that, the Chicago area would be dark red! More guns there, where they're illegal than the rest of the state.
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Now the job for us Texas gun owners is to make sure the map of Texas gun owners willing to stand up collectively to defend their gun rights is just as orange.
The title "hooked" me and I had to open the thread--I thought, "What the heck is Texas doing!"--then I saw the map and cracked up laughing! Showed it to my wife and she started laughing too. That is great! Thanks for posting. I needed a good laugh today.
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Initially I felt like there wasn't enough Texans worried about all these new gun control proposals, and I still do feel like most in my circle aren't doing enough to fight for our 2A. But I think maybe they are just sittin at home reloading and cleaning their guns.
That's a good one!
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