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  • #44374
    chester
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    POTUS is in Oregon today. It will be mixed feelings down in Douglas County Oregon. Very strong pro-gun community.

    ‘San Francisco’s last gun store closing doors for good’

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/san-franciscos-last-gun-store-closing-doors-for-good/ar-AAf5uOs?ocid=ansmsnnews11

    #44378
    Tolik
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    THey should move to Arizona and set up shop , they will feel like they are back in the United States again .
    If Trump gets elected , here is his stand on it ( if he doesnt change once there )

    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/positions/second-amendment-rights

    #44387
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    MountainBiker
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    It is hard to imagine a city the size of San Francisco not having a gun store.

    #44390
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    Roadracer
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    I was actually surprised that the Peoples Republic of San Francisco still had one. Having spent a good deal of time there on business, I never ceased to be amazed at how out of touch the people were. They banned plastic bags in grocery stores for example. The Anti Vaccination movement got it’s start there. There are still people there that think it is the 60’s. They are represented in Congress by Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Boxer. That should give you a good sense of their mindset.

    #44393
    chester
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    Roadracer, I agree with your line of thinking. I’ve visited the Bay Area frequently with business in Palo Alto/Cupertino and the culture in SF generally speaking seems like a country unto itself. I retired early and do not go there unless changing planes. I must say the culinary options in restaurants in SF are pretty nice and early history of the area interesting.

    #44400
    Whirlibird
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    I’m certain Bob Chow is rolling in his grave.

    This was just a culmination of events, thw sad day was when they became the last gun shop, no one else holding out. From that day, it was only a matter of time.

    A mecca for certain older shooters, the last place where the SFPD could go and buy a gun and some gear alongside everyone else.

    As to SF, we shall see what happens.

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