New hunting bill signed by AZ Governor

New hunting bill signed by AZ Governor

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    New hunting bill signed by AZ Governor

    Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed two bills (HB-2640 and HB-2728) recently that will go into effect Aug. 2nd. One allows the use of high capacity magazines to hunt, the other allows the use of legally owned suppressors to hunt. Not something that affects me personally too much, but I thought that it was interesting that she signed them anyways. Whether hunters agree on these laws or not, at least it's movement in favor of firearms.
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    I don't like Arizona. Ever since the constitutional carry thing, my state of Oklahoma isn't tied for first place for least points awarded by the Brady Bunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    I don't like Arizona. Ever since the constitutional carry thing, my state of Oklahoma isn't tied for first place for least points awarded by the Brady Bunch.
    Me too... I hate it so much... I may retire there! Nah.. .I'm going to TN... but Az was a very close second.... It's just tooo hot... even THIS year, after every other state decided to import Arizona heat... ( I see by the weather reports that even with all the export... Az's crop of heat hasn't diminished... )
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    Quote Originally Posted by oakchas View Post
    Me too... I hate it so much... I may retire there! Nah.. .I'm going to TN... but Az was a very close second.... It's just tooo hot... even THIS year, after every other state decided to import Arizona heat... ( I see by the weather reports that even with all the export... Az's crop of heat hasn't diminished... )
    Ha! I will say this...the southern and far eastern parts of AZ can be very hot, but anyone who has been to the northern parts of AZ will tell you that it's a relatively moderate climate. Anyways, yes, Arizona continues to be one of the most firearm friendly states around.
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    what happened to one shot one kill?

    I love the new bill in favor or our rights!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakchas View Post
    Me too... I hate it so much... I may retire there! Nah.. .I'm going to TN... but Az was a very close second.... It's just tooo hot... even THIS year, after every other state decided to import Arizona heat... ( I see by the weather reports that even with all the export... Az's crop of heat hasn't diminished... )
    So this global warming was caused by Arizona and not Bush?
    Congrats on the new laws. I only wish that instead of creating laws to allow something they would just remove the original law that prevented it to begin with.

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    One of my buddies said that we will get to use silencers in the 2012-2013 season here in GA. I gotta do some research. Not that I'll be getting one any time soon... But cool for future notice. In the meantime, I have really been enjoying my subsonic CB .22 longs in my new Henry Lever Action. Squirrels are in trouble...

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    That's a nice step forward for AZ.. who is already in the lead :)
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