I doubt I could even recall where they are, but should be out of state. Retaining only the most basic firearm in the state. I have a busy life and cannot be bothered trying to keep up with a state intent on making me a criminal. At this point I believe I am 'legal' and won''t even discuss where or how or anything else about current or formerly owned firearms because what is legal continues to change and I don't know if that will violate some future law I don't keep up with. At this point in time I want to focus on business and family, and nobody seems willing to actually stand up physically, and I can see the slow loss legislatively. The writing is on the wall, the nation will be disarmed over time, government has always wanted it and always will want only agents of the government to be well armed, it is in their best interest even if not in the interest of the individual. That was understood by the founders and why it was a restriction put on the government. Our cultural values that supported guns are also rapidly changing, and part of that is the rapidly changing demographics of our nation. Immigrants are brought in at an extraordinary rate both legal and illegal, backed both by states and politicians that like how they lean politically. While big business likes to hire the cheapest workers with the skill set they need. At this time that means Mexicans for menial work, and Indians for skilled work. Any opinions that may interfere with that could impact a business' bottom line and will be made unacceptable at the professional level, aka topics that may cost you your job. It doesn't have to have anything to do with ideology, or what is or is not best for the nation, their ideology is their bottom line! Most business has no loyalty to our nation anymore, with production in one nation, HQ or other management in another, and the US merely a market for goods. They support whatever policies favor that and will pretend to believe in whatever other reasons are politically feasible to accomplish that. Large tech companies are making things like the freedom of speech meaningless. Facebook, Google, Apple, and I could go on and on with companies that most Americans rely on now being against firearms and the firearm culture. Youtube is owned by google and will increasingly not support or allow firearms, just as the ability to trade or sell them like other goods through ebay ended so long ago, so will the ability to share the firearm culture on mainstream social media. When the only place for guns is gun only places, they are easily marginalized and defeated. People have also lost anonymity on the internet for the most part being linked and tracked through social media at both a professional and personal level and having a strong opinion on anything may reduce your employment or other opportunities in life, which means you better not actually exercise your freedom of speech! Urban places continue to grow and the rural space in between continues to shrink. Urban places generally feel more entitled to controlling what other people can do, and generally are less favorable to guns, that means just geographically we will have less firearm support as time goes on. Even places like Texas are starting to flip, and that was once considered around the world as the most cowboy, gun toting, etc place you could go. I had hope the South would keep things at bay, and the rest of the nation would benefit at the federal level as it relates to firearms. While I don't support slavery or various other things of the confederacy and may not even support the confederacy at all, I know the removal of the rebel culture and rebel icons and confederate supporting statutes and other historical things will over time also erase the rebel spirit and a willingness to thwart the federal government. The rebel spirit has long enabled the South to do what they want irregardless of what D.C. says. That I believe was one of the strongest reasons gun rights had little to fear in the South and why the feds could only go so far at a time. That is changing now too. I hope you guys keep the pace slowed so I can benefit, but I think there is only so many more decades of firearm rights left in America and they will continue to diminish. The computer databases and increasing use of AI and surveillance and other automation also means government will be increasingly capable of accomplishing more and retaliating better, and government never has been in favor of arms that pose a threat to it or increase the resources it must expend. The less armed the population the fewer well armed law enforcers required to impose and enforce things. I do welcome opinions to the contrary, and would like to hear why that is not the case.