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About YankeeSC

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    Charleston, SC
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  1. Absolutely! You can take Rt 17 (Savannah Highway) from Charleston. This is scenic and will also run you past Bluffton/Beaufort. Charleston area - West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, Summerville I have a full page list of Charleston activities that I've prepared for our visitors that I can share with you. Check. I paid twice as much for my CHS house as I did for my NJ house, but pay less than half of the taxes I did in NJ. If you stay out of downtown CHS you'll find this. Check. Folly beach - lot's of surfers. Kayaking all over the low country beaches, marshes, and tidal creeks/rivers. Check. Some of the best restaurants and food scene in the country. It's a tourist town. Several great concert venues. Check. Heck, it's SC! We've got Palmetto State Armory, 3 local locations!
  2. People are all trying to GTFO. Glad we escaped when we did. I can't leave my house w/o seeing at least one NJ tag.
  3. This is what we did when we moved to Charleston. Got to know the area first so we weren't stuck buying somewhere we didn't want to be, and we were able to pounce when we were ready to buy.
  4. It's all theater to support the "green" economy.
  5. Whomever was videoing that was in grave danger and didn't even realize it.
  6. I agree, I can't imagine that the salt water is good for the metal.
  7. It's just like any other hobby and your budget, spend what you're comfortable with but realize there's not much point in over-spending to gain any material performance advantage from the gear.
  8. My personal opinion, and I'm sure that there are those who will disagree, is that for most of us it's not the firearm that will hold us back but rather our skill level. For that reason I recommend for those just starting out or are up to an intermediate level, just go with what you already have. If you don't have anything, get something reasonably priced from a reputable manufacturer. Here's a place to start. Then practice and compete! Working on improving your skills and gaining experience will do far more to improve your times and scores than any micro improvement the firearm from a top-tier manufacturer will give you. As for optic, go with a red dot. Easily handles out to 100 yards and most stages you shoot will be that or less. I'm a big fan of the Holosun gear, quality at a great price point. If you decide you want a scope, go with 1-6 or 1-8, as you will want the no magnification (1) option for up close work. I like Vortex here for the same reason as Holosun.
  9. Is this true? Where in the law can I find that? The FID is required to purchase or acquire, not if you inherit one (or already have one and move in from out of state). Not technically true. You're allowed one evil feature. IIRC, regarding ammunition unless something changed it is only needed to purchase handgun ammunition. https://giffords.org/lawcenter/state-laws/ammunition-regulation-in-new-jersey/ To be technically correct, I don't believe it is required for handgun purchase either, you just need the P2P. https://www.state.nj.us/njsp/info/pdf/firearms/njac-title13-ch54.pdf
  10. Sheperd's hook. https://www.homedepot.com/b/Outdoors-Garden-Center-Outdoor-Decor-Shepherds-Hooks/N-5yc1vZbx6t
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