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Hi folks!

I’m about to be offered a job in the south east part of the state.  I’m originally a Marylander, and currently live in central New York. I’m looking forward to living in a state were liberty is important again.  I lived in New Hampshire for four years, and that was awesome!

The laws up here are more stupid than you can imagine, but there are a lot of good people here.  It will be good to meet some other good people when I get down there. :-)

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Welcome to TGO and TN. Just be sure and don't let any of those crap laws catch a ride with you. We already have idiots trying to pass new laws as it is. 

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Welcome, it will certainly be different than New York. Different in a good way.

 

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Welcome

I made the move several years ago and love it. Everyone here at TGO has been great. It soooooo much better to live in a placs where we can preserve our rights rather than fight to recover them.

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Howdy and Welcome to Tennessee and TGO!!!

Lots of good folks and info on here. Tennessee a good place to be.

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You will love it down here. It will take a while to get use to all the freedom but it is great. I made the move about 4 years ago. First gun shop I stopped in, even before we had officially moved, asked where I was from and when I told him he said welcome to America. So I pass it on to you for when you get moved.

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I grew up in NY my whole life to parents who grew up on farms. When I moved here my dad commented on how this state feels like the way New York used to be when he was a kid. You're going to love it!

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4 hours ago, CBoynton said:

I grew up in NY my whole life to parents who grew up on farms. When I moved here my dad commented on how this state feels like the way New York used to be when he was a kid. You're going to love it!

I have friends in upstate New York who feel the same way. Some beautiful land they live on but unfortunately their area isn't represented by the beliefs of people in the area. As my friend says, that one big blob of people has ruined our entire state. 

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That's an AMEN TripleGGG... And Welcome Steve! 

Formerly from Buffalo/Rochester myself. Moving was a great thing!

 

- Kevin

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