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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by duck_god827, Apr 26, 2006.

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  1. duck_god827

    duck_god827 Member

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    Just arrived in San Diego. Thanks to the Navy. I have orders here for 15 months. Which means I will miss my hunting time back in IA. I was hoping someone could give me some info on the hunting In CA. I am a huge duck and goose hunter. Followed closely by deer and preditor hunting any info on these subjects would be helpful.
    thanks
    duck_god827
     
  2. caduckgunner

    caduckgunner Member

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    Welcome to the Peoples Republik of kalifornistan. Check out www.jesseshunting.com for anything hunting in **********.
     
  3. silicon wolverine

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    Our most sincere condolences. Heres your complimentary jug of vaseline.:D

    SW
     
  4. marklbucla

    marklbucla Member

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    Eh, it's not that bad.

    Well, there's just:
    The outrageous housing market. (Crack houses were going for $350K a month ago)

    Worst traffic in the country (LA, not San Diego)

    Crime is bad...First news is often times shootings and car chases. Out here in AL, it's about stolen backpacks. I lived in a good part of Los Angeles, if there is such a thing, and breakins were common on my block.

    Liberals...

    No Sport Utility Rifles

    10 day waiting periods

    Most all tranfers must go through a FFL

    Other than that, it's not that bad.
     
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