Discussion in 'On Topic' started by hsmith, Feb 15, 2006.
do they have pretty lax gun laws? do they allow you to carry, ect?
what is the crime rate like?
I think Switzerland is the same way all able bodied men between 18-50(?) are part of the Army reserves and keep there Sig550's at home
Probably close to nihl. But lawmakers ignore that because stheyre schveedish.
do you mean Switzerland?
Sounds a lot like Norwegia.
i wouldnt mind living there,. i stayed with friends of a friend, they lived right outside of the city, for about a week. it was a 5 minute bus ride into downtown. ontop of that, some of the best skiing i've ever done is a 2 hour drive away
yeah, switzerland, got them confused
i have decided where i want to move when i retire
I dont think your allowed to own firearms if your not a citizen there, and I dont think citizenship is easy to obtain.
thats the only downfall
Some of the European countries aren't that bad as far as what you can own but tons of different restrictions and licensing costs, Germany you can own all sorts of stuff silencers are encouraged but you have to belong to a rifle club and can only shoot there and stuff no shooting on private land I dont think. Wonder how gun laws are for noncitizens in Israel always see civilians with m16's and uzi's there plenty of open desert to go shoot in.
Sure, if you want to get blown up. Not by a glock this time though! *insert pic of mohammed with glock turbin*
One of my majors is German FTW. I'm going to be travelling abroad in Switzerland, Austria, and Germany.