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Your State's Brady Score?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Spencer5883, Aug 15, 2008.

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  1. Spencer5883

    Spencer5883 Member

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    I'm not sure if this has been done before, most likely yes, but whats your states brady score. In NH its 11 last I checked.
     
  2. eric.cartman

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    Score: 8 out of 100 points
    State Ranking: T-32 out of 50 states
     
  3. Feud

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    Arizona- 6
    37/50 :)
     
  4. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    Wouldn't you just be able to look up all the states without asking?
     
  5. bnkrazy

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    Yay!! Here in CA we're number 1!!

    ...oh, wait...
     
  7. Brad Johnson

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    9 out of 100 points.

    Ranked 29th of 50th :D

    Brad
     
  8. SCKimberFan

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    Frankly, I don't give a water stoppage structure about where Brady ranks my state.
     
  9. ScottyT

    ScottyT Member

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    Score: 4 out of 100 points
    State Ranking: T-44 out of 50 states

    :D:D:D:neener:
     
  10. PirateRadio

    PirateRadio Member

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    Score - 28 out of 100
    Rank: 9 out of 50
     
  11. jrfoxx

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    Score: 18 out of 100 points
    State Ranking: T-14 out of 50 states
     
  12. Psywarrior13

    Psywarrior13 Member

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    Score: 4 points
    Rank: T-44

    Why does this make me smile?? :D
     
  13. Thernlund

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    Arizona gets 6 of 100 points?? SHAMEFUL!

    But we beat Texas though by 3 points. :D


    -T.
     
  14. Dope

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    Tied for 3rd with CT. Ouch.

    Dope
     
  15. Joshua C

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    Score: 2 out of 100 points

    State Ranking: T-49 out of 50 states
     
  16. Spencer5883

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    Wouldn't you just be able to look up all the states without asking?

    I was interested in seeing how the population of this forum was distributed. I was wondering if most of the people on here were from low scoring states.
     
  17. preachnhunt

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    49 th!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  18. Hokkmike

    Hokkmike Member

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    10/50

    What are we doing wrong?

    Darn!
     
  19. enfield303

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    now I gotta wipe my browser. it feels sullied after going to the Brady site. BTW Iowa is #17
     
  20. Rocky6a

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    8/100 points
    T-32.

    Its because of the stupid waiting period we have. Yeah because in passion crimes, people really take a timeout to go buy a gun.:banghead: At least we have Castle doctrine, where in the words of the Brady campaign, "permitting him or her to assume the role of police officer, prosecutor, judge, and executioner."
     
  21. D-Day

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    My state is 20 out of 50 states. Score is 13. This is what annoys me, though...

    We can't use anything over 32 rounds, or Ohio classifies it as a machine gun. Sure, load the magazine, own the magazine, but do not put it in the gun. Stupid, I know. I think some people who have the stamps/permits for machine guns can use the larger capacity magazines.
     
  22. Vaarok

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    NY ranks 51 out of 100. I hate the City and I hate the Sullivan Law.
     
  23. MinnMooney

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    Ditto, other than to see what to write my congress people and state legislators about what to REMOVE from our books. There are too many Federal laws as it is. There is certainly no need for state laws to futher restrict our rights.

    It doesn't 'RANK' 51st out of 100, it racked up 51 POINTS out of a possible 100.
     
  24. loneviking

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    Nevada--11, and T-23 of 50. What's odd is when you roll the cursor over Nevada, a message appears that says 'break the triangle of death'! :what:
     
  25. Zip7

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    Lousiana - 4 out of 100

    T-44th

    YAY!

    THe list of stuff they like in a state is nauseating.
     
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