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Old 08-09-2018, 8:56 AM
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Well my time Overseas sadly(gladly?) has to come to an end. This time the Green weenie has sent me to Ft. Bliss. This is my first posting stateside and my first time living out of state. i already have been to all the gun stores in my area and pawn shops to scope out the best deals. I have to say, TEXAS IS NOT CALIFORNIA. I feel bad for my bank account and Credit cards because there is just too much to choose from out here. Lets just say ill be going on a nice boating trip before i get back Cali

Anyone been to Ft Bliss before or the El Paso area, maybe can give me some tips about the area?
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Old 08-09-2018, 10:11 PM
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It gets old really fast.

SBRs, silencers, full auto, destructive devices get old and California civilians aren’t missing much IMO. After first 8 months it’s ops normal all over again.

Texas is a good state and a lot of military folks build and retire there because in some areas it’s not La Jolla California prices.


You will have fun. Weather is average and they have good people. Decent drivers. Probably better than New York and California for sure.
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Old 08-09-2018, 10:34 PM
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It gets old really fast.

SBRs, silencers, full auto, destructive devices get old and California civilians arenít missing much IMO. After first 8 months itís ops normal all over again.

Texas is a good state and a lot of military folks build and retire there because in some areas itís not La Jolla California prices.


You will have fun. Weather is average and they have good people. Decent drivers. Probably better than New York and California for sure.
Thanks man! im going to enjoy it while i can! its been only a couple weeks so far. im still so overwhelmed and shocked at what is all available to the rest of the country. .
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