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Gun ownership in Puerto Rico

Discussion in 'Legal' started by zahc, Jan 16, 2006.

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  1. zahc

    zahc Member

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    I posted a more general thread a couple days ago and got no response. What is the status of legal gun ownership in PR?
     
  2. bamawrx

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    Do a search in THR. I posted a similar question a couple months ago and was given a link. PR is REAL BAD on guns. Basically forget it.
     
  3. beerslurpy

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    Packing.org has a section for them. They suck badly. Think NYC but with less puerto ricans.
     
  4. zahc

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    That sucks. I was considering spending 10 weeks there this summer. Is the political climate otherwise ok, hard to stay out of trouble etc?

    Plus, I'm not finding much about knives on packing.org
     
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    San Juan is like any other American city, people speak Spanish and English equally well. Beautiful touristy areas with a seedy underside that most tourists never see away from the resorts. I like it, but much prefer the Puerto Rican countryside. If you like watersports (surfing, bodyboarding, bodysurfing, fishing, jet skiing) the west side of the island is paradise on earth. 80* water, no crowds...

    Really it's just like any other place in the US...just better weather, better beaches, and lots of hot Latina girls. :evil:
     
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