34 acres, wooded, on a 119K acre lake. Long enough for a 500yd gun range all for my personal use. Think Hickok45 but 500yds long.
Just too expensive here and restrictive.
At least Hawaii is #1 in something... something "bad". Let's see, cost of living
: 1. Hawaii, 2. California, 3. New York, 4. Connecticut, 6. Massachusetts, 7. Maryland. Most restrictive gun control/civilian disarmament laws
: 1. California, 2. Connecticut, 4. Maryland, 5. New York, 6. Massachusetts, 7. Hawaii. I'm just sayin'...https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/personalfinance/see-how-your-state-scores-for-living-costs/ss-AAlEaoG?li=BBnbfcN#image=1See how your state scores for living costs
Every US state, ranked
The difference in the cost of living between the cheapest and most expensive states is massive – you could easily pay twice as much to live in some states, and over three times as much on housing. Using the latest 2016 Cost of Living data from the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, we’ve listed every state from the cheapest to the most expensive, weighted on factors such as housing, grocery cost, transportation, healthcare, and utilities. The average state is weighted 100.
1. Hawaii – 167.3
If you aspired to move from California out to sunshine paradise, you’ll have to be happy with a hut. If you want a house instead, be prepared to fork out as the average price is $982,312 and its housing index is a whopping 230.5, which is the highest of all the states. Utilities? 208.4. Groceries? 154.3. In fact, every single index is much higher than the 100-point average. There is a reason Hawaii is a holiday destination.
So... who else is buying or not buying firearms in light of mandatory RapBack enrollment?