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Hey All,

I am kind of new to these forums, but not to Glock. My current handguns include a Glock 21, a pair of 30's, a 17 and a 23.

North Central Florida is great for those who enjoy shooting, as target practice on one's own property is the norm. God bless 10 acre zoning and favorable gun laws. Most of the people on my street have lived here their entire life, and I can't think of any of my immediate neighbors that don't own an assortment of guns.
 

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Welcome Kerberos!! Enjoy the forum!!
 

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Welcome to the Forum! Sounds like you live in a great community. I hope you enjoy this one as well.
 

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Welcome to the Glock Forum! Stick around, you will like it here!
 

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Kerberos said:
Hey All,

I am kind of new to these forums, but not to Glock. My current handguns include a Glock 21, a pair of 30's, a 17 and a 23.

North Central Florida is great for those who enjoy shooting, as target practice on one's own property is the norm. God bless 10 acre zoning and favorable gun laws. Most of the people on my street have lived here their entire life, and I can't think of any of my immediate neighbors that don't own an assortment of guns.
Welcome. What county? We're getting the crap rained on us here in Brevard
 

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Suwannee County. And yes, we are getting our share of rain too.
And you can by booze for the first time since Prohibition! Whoopie!! I'm in Suwanee county 6 or 8 times a month!
 

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And you can by booze for the first time since Prohibition! Whoopie!! I'm in Suwanee county 6 or 8 times a month!
Prior to August of 2011, you could only purchase beer and wine that had less than 7% alcohol. Last summer, alcohol sales became permissible, but there is still not a single liquor store or establishment that sells hard alcohol for on site consumption. Go figure. :mad:
 

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Prior to August of 2011, you could only purchase beer and wine that had less than 7% alcohol. Last summer, alcohol sales became permissible, but there is still not a single liquor store or establishment that sells hard alcohol for on site consumption. Go figure. :mad:
They are doing a lottery for the license and the bidding is fierce! They say by November you will have Liquor stores! This will be a ton of revenue so you know it goes very slow with the Government fingers in it!!
 
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