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02-04-2019 12:00 PM
Argent11
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Originally Posted by Greyeagle View Post
Ccw covers it in Texas also, but unfortunately, not all ccws. I am a Texas resident, but my ccw is a non-resident from Virginia. It is still good in Texas, and many other states as well because of reciprocity laws, but when buying a firearm here, the first thing they ask is whether you have a TEXAS ccw, and if the answer is "no", you go through the same time consuming process that someone with no license who just walks in off the street goes through.
My CCW is still one from Florida and i never have any trouble here in NM when buying a gun.
Not with buying a rifle in Texas either. I thought about getting one from NM but i've never gotten
around to it. All i had to do with Florida was send them a copy of my DD214.
Picture ID, completed form where our Sheriff signed off on it. And a fee of $50.00.

Took em about three weeks to send me my license, so the whole thing was pretty easy to do.
02-03-2019 06:58 PM
Greyeagle Ccw covers it in Texas also, but unfortunately, not all ccws. I am a Texas resident, but my ccw is a non-resident from Virginia. It is still good in Texas, and many other states as well because of reciprocity laws, but when buying a firearm here, the first thing they ask is whether you have a TEXAS ccw, and if the answer is "no", you go through the same time consuming process that someone with no license who just walks in off the street goes through.
02-02-2019 12:36 AM
sagia308
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Originally Posted by Argent11 View Post
Just be careful. They are watching.
they? more like it AI
01-05-2019 11:55 PM
Shootall3 I hope it is
Winchester Remington Ruger Browning Glock And all the others so they can produce what we want
01-03-2019 02:34 PM
Gunfixr Lol

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01-02-2019 03:28 PM
dcw
it would be nuts to

think this site is NOT monitored. it is known that california state monitors "Calguns" and has used it's findings to help craft anti-gun legislation.
12-31-2018 04:00 PM
Argent11
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Originally Posted by Specklebelly View Post
I bought a Henry last week and they asked for my DL number when the FFL called into the system. He said they started doing that for him in the last few weeks and was something they never requested. He didn't know what is up but we were on hold about 15 minutes.
There were a lot of delays in December even for police officers, I think it had to do due with a backlog.
They were cleared 24 hours later, but the stores were all closed.
12-31-2018 08:32 AM
Specklebelly I bought a Henry last week and they asked for my DL number when the FFL called into the system. He said they started doing that for him in the last few weeks and was something they never requested. He didn't know what is up but we were on hold about 15 minutes.
12-31-2018 06:10 AM
lloyd smale I have to agree with land owner. For me that bird has flown. But im sure not so gullable as to think that ANYTHING I do or say on the internet is private in ANY way. If your conserned about privacy youd best throw your computer and smart phone in the trash.
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There is no reason to be careful as we've already said more than enough to get each of us on their radar. Holding back now won't change the past. If some entity really starts some crapolla as a result of our on line conversations, do you not believe that there will be a whole heap of problems created in short order? Would we stand for it - depending on what "it" is? Would we stand around, shuffling our feet, and thinking, "Glad that's him and not me?" I don't think so. We're a Team of loosely connected individuals in need of a spark or some leadership in order to carry the day. It wouldn't take a whole lot to get all of really riled. We keep it in check though as law abiding citizens free to speak our minds. We're as bad about scaring ourselves as is the Media's attempt to scare their base.
12-22-2018 09:09 PM
Argent11 Classes here were set up with a retired NMSP sargent.Who we caught stealing parts off our generators for his own use.
So i stayed with Florida.
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