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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by the 22 junkie, Mar 4, 2006.


Where do you live?

Poll closed Mar 19, 2006.
  1. The South (Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, etc.)

  2. The Deep South (Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, etc.)

  3. Yankeeland (The Eastern Seaboard)

  4. The Midwest (Nebraska, Kansas Iowa, Illinios, etc.)

  5. The West (Peoples Republic of Calfornia, Nevada, Arizona, etc.)

  6. The North (Idaho, The Dakotas, Michigan, Minnesota, etc.)

  7. Not in the lower 48/Different Country

  8. Texas

  1. the 22 junkie

    the 22 junkie Well-Known Member

    I was wondering where is the highest concentration of high roaders lived, so I put up a poll.
  2. ddj8052

    ddj8052 Well-Known Member

    I don't see a Poll, But I live in Nipomo, CA :) By the way that ia California, Not any of the other childish names that people make up.

    edit: Thats starnge, but after I posted now I see the poll. Of course now I see the name you put on it as well.
  3. the 22 junkie

    the 22 junkie Well-Known Member

    Poll should be working now.
  4. Twycross

    Twycross Well-Known Member

  5. Desk Jockey

    Desk Jockey Well-Known Member

    Either midwest or west, I guess. Depends on where you draw the line.
  6. Chipperman

    Chipperman Well-Known Member

    Pretty funny that the Texan posts a separate location for his state. :p

    Count me in Yankeeland
  7. AirForceShooter

    AirForceShooter Well-Known Member

    I said the south as I'm Florida.
    Texas should be all alone. They're very strange.
    I know, my son lives there

  8. Zen21Tao

    Zen21Tao Well-Known Member

    I said Deep South. I'm also in Florida (Between North Florida and North Central Florida). What a great state for gun rights.
  9. I do not see an option for north west...Oregon, washington, etc.
  10. Stickjockey

    Stickjockey Well-Known Member

    Northwest, in Ory-gun.
  11. aerod1

    aerod1 Well-Known Member

    Texas. Garland is in the Dallas area.
  12. cavman

    cavman Well-Known Member


    Coming from the Great State of Maine (and home of Joshua Chamberlain and the 20th Maine Regiment) but now residing in Virginia, I can assure you that although on the Eastern Seaboard, neither the Virginians nor I would ever consider folks from this far South as Yankees:)

  13. Sgt.Slappy

    Sgt.Slappy member

    Personally, I wouldn't exactly classify PA as "yankeeland". That terminology is reserved for Headkenndeyland, sKerryville, and the elitists in Martha's Vineyard. How 'bout Pennsyltuckey? ;)
  14. the 22 junkie

    the 22 junkie Well-Known Member

    So maybe I should add Appalachia as a categorey?
    PS: All who live in the Northwest, vote north, some for Maontana.
    I consider Wyoming part of the west, but whatever.
  15. cosine

    cosine Well-Known Member

    I live north - the good 'ole People's Republik of Wiskonsin.
  16. kirkcdl

    kirkcdl Well-Known Member

    No Pacific Nortwest?I guess all us backwards folks up here aren't supposed to have electricity or something...:neener:

    Real thorough poll you have here...:banghead:
  17. Pilot

    Pilot Well-Known Member

    Sarge is right. Should have a Mid-Atlantic catergory. And where does Colorado fit in?

    Sarge. I hope you ain't hangin out at Iron Hill Brewery with all those college kids. :)
  18. the 22 junkie

    the 22 junkie Well-Known Member

    I consider Colorado part of the West.
  19. beaucoup ammo

    beaucoup ammo Well-Known Member

    Home Of The World Champion San Antonio Spurs!

    North East To Be Exact..curious..what state is THE MOST GUN FRIENDLY? You'd think Texas would be close, but the BS and $ to get a CHL is keeping many good people who can't afford $140-up from carrying.. Legally.

    Thanks..Take Care
  20. Old Dog

    Old Dog Well-Known Member

    Where's the Pacific Northwest? Surely, everyone knows that the PNW (Washington, Oregon) are NEVER to be associated with California or lumped in with "the West Coast?"

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