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Old 12-18-2008, 01:28 PM
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It's a great place to live despite being number 14 on your list Bruce. What can you expect though, being a border state with as big a population and as good a state economy as ours?
It Isn't my list, I only shined a light on the lists, just as an "FYi".
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I didn't realize NH fee is town by town when I saw your post I only pay $10.00 A buddy of mine got his a couple towns over from me & is FREE!
told him it was up to the town to decide how much to charge
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, Thanks. See how easy this is? Not counting what Clay his crew were cairyrng, or had in their trucks, I had in my possession, and was responsible for, two .357 magnums. John's the one in the truck- is a 6-shooter. Mine in my sack sitting beside me in chambers 5, and I've got a speed loader. Technically speaking, I don't even need a permit to carry (although I have one). In Mississippi my home, my vehicle, my place of business (unless my business is disallowed, like a campus) falls under my domain.It's not big deal to have a gun here. That's as it should be.

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if anyone knows how hard it is to get a C&C in kentucky/tennessee let me know cause i am in the army and looking for a way to get one for both states itll probably cost me but if i gotta have one it would be kentucky since thats the state i technically reside in.
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I don't know how hard it is in Ky or Tenn. to get a CC License but because you are in the U.S. Army I would imagine it would be easier for you to apply. Your military ID paves you an easier path for the license, apply to the state you live in whether it's Ky or Tennessee both states have large U.S coverage for CC.

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Right Bruce the military exp. paves the way for alot of things. My cousin was accepted into the heavy equipment operators union school before any experienced people because of his military record.
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thanks guys ill give it a look
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Right Bruce the military exp. paves the way for alot of things. My cousin was accepted into the heavy equipment operators union school before any experienced people because of his military record.

It makes me happy to hear stories like that,
I think a veteran especially a wartime veteran should always be given greater consideration.
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my union has a program for all wartime vets.they go to the top of the hiring list
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Old 01-12-2009, 09:02 AM
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honestly fellas i believe that we are just regular joes that are doing our job and nothing more the perks are nice dont get me wrong but they are also not necessary. we do our jobs just the same as you all do yours the country cant run without all of us together so i believe we are all the same
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