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    Quote Originally Posted by Mntsnow View Post
    HK & 17 that really makes me wonder as well because when the data used and what the process was used to mine it is not mentioned in this study. I would have also expected Carbon County & Emery in Utah to rate very high because of the low population and very high known firearm ownership as I grew up in those counties and it seemed like everyone had more firearms in the household than people by a long shot!
    It does seem weird that Summit County, the only blue county in Utah, is at number 5. I guess my side of the county makes up for the foofoos in Park City. Utah has a "State Firearm- the Browning M1911. What about other states?
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    Exactly my thoughts my fellow Utahn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yewtaw Kid View Post
    . Utah has a "State Firearm- the Browning M1911. What about other states?
    Hi, Tennessee's official state rifle is the Barrett 50 Cal.
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    Texas' must be the cannon
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by HK SD9 Tactical View Post
    That is a very good question. Where I grew up, Coos County NH which encompasses about 1/3 or the upper State of New Hampshire, almost everyone has a gun (many more than one really) but they are just tight lipped about ownership. So this data is faulty because I am pretty sure that there are more guns then residents in the entire county.

    The math on this is weird, to say the least.

    Of course, Florida the number 3 State for population, does not even have a county listed in the entire state, but we have almost 2 million CCW holders, let alone all the hunters, shooters, police, and others that do not have a CCW. So I think that the funky math is not very accurate.

    I do wonder though if this information is somehow connected to the VPC.
    This is exactly what I was thinking. Someone calls me up asking if I have firearms I hang up on them.

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