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    Default Are weapons allowed in Idaho?

    MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) -- A sniper sprayed dozens of bullets on a courthouse, killing a police officer and wounding a sheriff's deputy and a civilian, then apparently killed a caretaker and himself Sunday in a nearby church, police said.

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    Default Re: Are weapons allowed in Idaho?

    Well, Idaho is definitely "take it from my cold dead hands" territory, but the fact someone went on a rampage with a gun doesn't prove anything, and in fact, you haven't made any attempt to clarify anything, except to probably insinuate that loose gun laws are bad.

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    Default Re: Are weapons allowed in Idaho?

    I believe Idaho around the Spirit Lake area is the home of the largest cells of nazi groups and many militia type people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    I believe Idaho around the Spirit Lake area is the home of the largest cells of nazi groups and many militia type people.
    Gorgeous state though, down around Pocatello where I was at for a bowl game in 1998 is wonderful.

    Everyone is probably on the rampage there after Ricks dropped sports.
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    Haven't you heard Swayz.....it's not called Ricks anymore. BYU Idaho is what they're calling it now.

    I agree with you on the beauty. I lived near Driggs one winter and did some fantastic backcountry snowboarding all over that part of the state. Incredible scenery and fantastic snow.

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