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  • I am visiting my family in Barington, New Hampshire. I brought up my .22 caliber pistol and we wanted to go shoot it. The ranges that are public in our area are too expencive as well as the private ranges which require meberships. Our friends live on 10 acres and there is a field behind thier house that is shared by them and a vaccant property. There is a backstop in that field and we thought of shooting there. All we want to know is if it is leagl to shoot there.
  • The money spent on the hourly fees at a public range could provide some peace of mind. (You can scrounge up the equivalent of seeing a movie while enjoying the popcorn & soda combo, right?) Contact local law enforcement for their opinion too. If you were a relative or friend of a member at a private shooting range, could they possibly be able to take you shooting as their guest?
  • Are you in city limits? If you are... No you can't. Are you shooting on your property with the backstop on your property? Depends. Neighbors have to be ok with it. Don't want them to call the cops on you. I am not from NH so if there is something obscure about their laws then that's up to your local relatives to know. Other than that there are your options.
  • I am confused by the fact that the state legislators in New Hampshire are given an annual salary of only $100.00. Is this meant to be a secondary job? Why would anyone want to donate their time to a cause where so much money is wasted? Can any New Hampshirites inform me about this topic? Thank you. http://www.ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.ph...
  • New Hampshire uses what is called a "citizen legislature", where most legislators will have another full-time job on top of their work in the legislature. The rational behind this is to keep legislators more in tune with the average citizen's situation (professional legislators, it is reckoned, are less likely to understand what it is like for the people they are supposedly making laws for). Why would they want to do it? Power, prestige, because they believe in a given political cause- all the same reasons as anyone else.
  • small states don't need full time legislatures. in Wyoming, the legislative session is limited to 2 months a year. being a lawmaker is not intended to be a job but a privilege.
  • Wow i didn't know that. I think that would be a good idea for our Congress. They have voted themselves raises, passed laws that they are not subject to and feel that they are entitled to special privileges that the normal citizen does not. Time to stop the abuse they heap on the American people.
  • Okay so here's my question my family ( grandmother and sister me and my friend ) are all going up to New Hampshire this summer (June or July) and i was just wondering i will just have my license a few weeks before we go and i will have a car can me(16 1/2) and my friend (also 16) drive up to New Hampshire ? we will be right behind my family and there really isn't any room in the car for me and my friend so is it possible we drive up there? i tried to look up all the laws and everything i just cant find my answer so is it possible?
  • I don't see any problems as far as you driving to New Hampshire. As long as you obey the laws and so on and so forth (probably heard this a hundred times or so from your parents and your teacher maybe), but also, you might want to consider having driving insurance in case if you have any some sort of damage on whatever vehicle that you have. What insurance companies I recommended, whatever is the least amount of money for the most amount of money.
  • No, you have to have a licensed adult in the front seat with you.
  • Yep, MA will tax your income from New Hampshire if you live in MA. If you paid some tax in NH, MA would give you credit for paying NH - but considering that NH doesn't have income tax, you will get to pay it all to MA. Your employer will withhold the MA tax from your paycheck. You will pay MA tax just as though you were working in MA. If your goal is to avoid state income tax, I'd move to NH and use the savings to drive to Boston when you want to see your friends.
  • You have to pay Mass income taxes and you will not receive an income tax refund for all the money.
  • I believe so, but unfortunately you wont receive a refund for that State. You can call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 they should be able to help. For the future you can try http://www.filelate.com, this is an online tax Service i've used and they are helpful at answering my question, Good Luck :-)
  • "Am I responsible for paying MA state income tax?". YUP! "will I receive an income tax refund for all the money? ". NOPE! zippo! Sorry!
  • The answer above me is correct. My father too lives in NH owns a house in NH and works in Boston.
  • yes, you need to pay mass tax. do your taxes and find out. why is this in travel and not taxes?
  • alcohol is much cheaper in New Hampshire than in other states cause theres no tax on it there. So now people who live in other states such as Massachusetts are avoiding the high tax in their home state by stocking up in low tax states in New Hampshire so they can save money. they do the same thing with cigarettes and gas just cause it might be cheaper to get it out of state. What do you think of the people who do stuff like this?
  • Fair play. Screw the government and it's overly high taxes. You won't rape my wallet!
  • I live in Massachusetts near the border with New Hampshire. People, including myself, go shopping in New Hampshire all the time, for everything from grocery shopping to as you said, buying alcohol. It's a very common practice and the Massachusetts economy loses a lot of money this way. I say Massachusetts only has itself to blame. High spending, high taxes.
  • Did you know that the federal government has placed legal limits on buying excise taxed items from out of state? If you travel to Virginia where the tax on cigs is extremely low, you can buy two cartons max or be charged with a felony since you committed a "crime" across state lines. We live in bizarro land.
  • I'm sure the states where they purchase their gasoline appreciate the extra revenue from gasoline taxes. The wear and tear on their vehicles is a consideration as well, but whatever floats your boat.
  • With gas high, I'd guess Massachusetts will get more taxes. Remember even a liberal like John Kerry hates paying his fair share! He either votes that way to get a easy paycheck or for the power. No one said he'd live up to his vote.
  • Being from Boston all my life (50+ years) it is a common thing to zip up past the New Hampshire line and go to their state liquor store. I've done it many times myself - its no big deal.
  • They're people who like to save money, and know a bargain when they see it. We're under no obligation to give more money to the government, if we can avoid it legally.
  • Incentives matter, this is just rational people acting rationally. Which is why the left never quites grasps that their "revenue raising" tax increases never come close to their projections. They think people make the same choices no matter the incentives. Insanity.
  • there is a sign up at one of the gas stations that shows a can of beer and says: IT IS NOW CHEAPER THAN GASOLINE, so DRINK, DON'T DRIVE.
  • Might be rational economic behavior
  • John Mason got his education at Oxford College in England.In 1622 John was declared founder of New Hampshire.The King granted him a lot of land. John was in congress in 1629. John was governor from 1630 -1631. Since Mason founded New Hampshire, the new land, he was allowed to name it New Hampshire.There was already a Hampshire in England. So he named this New Hampshire. John spent time,money,energy and most of his life exploring New England, but never visited Strawberry Bank.You would think he would because it was one of Hew Hampshire's most famous places.He was the first person to show the new settlers the coast of the new land. He died in 1635. I enjoyed doing this project because I always wanted to learn more about New England and John Mason. I think he was a great man, a smart man and a man to look at and be proud of.
  • When New Hampshire was founded in 1629.The british crown(James 1)gave John Mason governorship.The title of the grant was Province of Maine.The puritans did'nt agree with this and usurped the territory.In 1655 mason' grandson Robert Mason became sole heir to the territory.He applied to the crown for restitution of his land.In 1679 a royal decree was issued declaring New Hampshire a royal province,and parrt of the New England colonies.
  • New Hampshire was founded by "overflow" from the Mass. Bay Colony.
  • Colonists
  • In American history, the British pilgrims. ( and the French were in there also ) . I don't know who the original tribes of Native Americans were.
  • A link within a www.dogpile.com search: http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/sci... "Since 1930 the ski industry has been an important part of New Hampshire's economy. Skiing provides critical jobs in small towns and pumps more than $650 million (per year???) into the New Hampshire economy."
  • New Hampshire is really hard to predict. They actually think there and keep an open mind until they vote. I think Kasich will survive till the next primary and Bush has enough money to hang around for awhile as the herd thins out.
  • Bush still has a boatload of cash. The New Hampshire election is more important for the other two governors.
  • Bush will keep spending other peoples money, Christie should go.
  • Christie looks like a goner at this point.
  • They all should . New Hampshire is so small and insignificant .
  • In New Hampshire you do not have to take drivers ed in order to get your learners permit. You just have to be at least 15 and 6 months old, and can only drive with a licensed driver over the age of 25.
  • Since when are you possibly moving to NH
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