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I Could Not Take It Anymore!!!!!


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#1 Phoenix69

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Posted February 26 2021 - 08:46 AM

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Placed my house up for sale and it is currently under contract. I wanted to move to a free State so we are moving to Texas. FUAC!

 

Can anyone recommend  a good out of state moving company?

 

In addition I am going to have to ship one of my cars. Has anyone done this? If so, what company would you recommend? Thanks.


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Posted February 26 2021 - 08:50 AM

Good for you. I want to do the same thing just
Don't know what I could do for work. I eventually might just close my business and get out here. It is too much especially when other states are staring to reverse the mandate s. I know coumo will just double down. Two masks now crazy

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Posted February 26 2021 - 09:47 AM

Placed my house up for sale and it is currently under contract. I wanted to move to a free State so we are moving to Texas. FUAC!

 

Can anyone recommend  a good out of state moving company?

 

In addition I am going to have to ship one of my cars. Has anyone done this? If so, what company would you recommend? Thanks.

Check with the NRA. They have a member's benefits program, including a moving company.

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#4 Phoenix69

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Posted February 26 2021 - 10:46 AM

Check with the NRA. They have a member's benefits program, including a moving company.

Gary

Thanks. I tried. They have nothing.



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Posted February 26 2021 - 11:44 AM

There’s a moving company that does long distance run by veterans 5star rating. Good luck I moved in September sold my house for cash word of mouth no realty so glad I left my new house is almost finished March 23 rd can’t wait free state where carrying a gun is your right not a privilege with a Governor who works for the people and refuses to listen to China Joe..


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Posted February 26 2021 - 04:47 PM

Placed my house up for sale and it is currently under contract. I wanted to move to a free State so we are moving to Texas. FUAC!

 

Can anyone recommend  a good out of state moving company?

 

In addition I am going to have to ship one of my cars. Has anyone done this? If so, what company would you recommend? Thanks.

WOW thats a bold move but a smart one.!!! Really happy for you man 2 more years and I am also exiting stage left.



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Posted February 26 2021 - 05:10 PM

I'm moving out of state as well. I know PA is not a haven any longer, but it's on the way west. I will eventually wind up in Nevada or Utah.



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Posted February 26 2021 - 05:22 PM

I have been reading and hearing a lot of nice things about Tennessee, as well.


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Posted February 27 2021 - 07:47 AM

Can't tell you how jealous I am!  Best of luck to you.



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Posted February 27 2021 - 08:29 AM

Placed my house up for sale and it is currently under contract. I wanted to move to a free State so we are moving to Texas. FUAC!

 

Can anyone recommend  a good out of state moving company?

 

In addition I am going to have to ship one of my cars. Has anyone done this? If so, what company would you recommend? Thanks.

Congratulations. The best of luck for you.



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Posted February 27 2021 - 11:07 AM

So if anyone has a large collection of firearms how do you plan on moving them to your new state ?

I figure I will be moving to S.Carolina in the next year and this has been a concern of mine



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Posted February 27 2021 - 03:18 PM

So if anyone has a large collection of firearms how do you plan on moving them to your new state ?

I figure I will be moving to S.Carolina in the next year and this has been a concern of mine

 

 

 

Even though they are all non-threaded barrels, they are good guns. In PA, you simply bring them into the free state. Nothing more.

 

I already have a non-resident LTCF, but I will update the address to be a state resident.



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Posted February 27 2021 - 04:51 PM

So if anyone has a large collection of firearms how do you plan on moving them to your new state ?
I figure I will be moving to S.Carolina in the next year and this has been a concern of mine


I put all of my guns in trunk and drove them to N.C......They all like it here !!!
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Posted February 27 2021 - 05:00 PM

Packed up and get the hell out of that state before they take them!!!


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Posted February 27 2021 - 05:29 PM

I put all of my guns in trunk and drove them to N.C......They all like it here !!!

My trunk is not that big .So to refine my question are there any moving companies that a member used and trusted to move his firearms



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Posted February 28 2021 - 06:57 AM

Congrats. Anyone who can get out of Cuomo's NY hellhole should. Texas good choice, 



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Posted February 28 2021 - 11:55 AM

Good luck with the move. We’re in contract on our house also. We’ll spend six months in FL and the rest of the year in the northeast living with my son in his house (mother/daughter). New York stinks.

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Posted February 28 2021 - 12:28 PM

My trunk is not that big .So to refine my question are there any moving companies that a member used and trusted to move his firearms


Ask the moving company I do know that some if not all prohibit firearms due to legal issues they don't want to deal with.

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Posted February 28 2021 - 04:03 PM

Good luck with the move. We’re in contract on our house also. We’ll spend six months in FL and the rest of the year in the northeast living with my son in his house (mother/daughter). New York stinks.

You guys are making me very jealous!!!! 



#20 2edgesword

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Posted February 28 2021 - 07:28 PM

You guys are making me very jealous!!!!


I’m sure there are a lot of folks that would like to get out of this sinkhole but jobs and/or family keep them here. Unfortunately the likes of Cuomo and Deblaseo have driven most sane people who can make the move to make the move. The same for California.




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