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Utah remains the only state to have*statute specifically naming public colleges and universities*as public entities that do not have the authority to ban concealed carry, and thus, all 10 public institutions in Utah allow concealed weapons on their property.

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Congratulations!!! Didn't know that, thanks for letting us know.

Plus, you live in one beautiful state.
 

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Brewster, are you a Utah native, or a more recent resident?

Lot's of things to like about Utah, in my opinion (hunting & shooting opportunities), but the thing about CCW a public colleges and universities is awesome. I've know that for a while, and I've also noticed you've never had one of those campus shootings there, either!! :cool:
 

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My husband travels to Utah on business and has nothing but good things to say about it.
He was driving up in the mountains when he saw a moose behind a tree. He backed up to take a picture & the moose tucked his head behind the tree. The moose just stood there behind the tree & waited for my husband to drive away. My husband started to drive off slowly & the moose looked out again from behind the tree. My husband backed up again, the moose hid again. LOL I guess it was like an ostrich sticking his head in the sand & thought no one could see him. LOL All of the pictures were of the moose's behind.
 

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I'm not a Utah native. My family has lived all over the west including So Cal. And that's right we've had no school shootings here and in fact it's rare we even have a shooting at all (we do get dive by's in west salt lake sometimes).

Great story Sightngrl. Utah has some beautiful outdoor scenery. I would almost argue that we may be the most gun friendly state in the nation.
 

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Utah is a great state from a Great Lakes man

Wandered through and around Utah 50 years ago on a 500cc BMW motorcycle and loved the scenery.

Several years ago, with wife and friends, spent a week in Escalante and did day trips to the south and north. Every day a fantastic series of experiences including Bryce, Hell's Backbone, and after about a 1.5 hour hike, even swam into the niche under Calf Creek Falls.

One of the friends moved to Escalante last year from N. California.

You live in a wondrous state Brewster.
 

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Logan Canyon ... Logan Pass ... and Bear Lake. All good reasons to live in or visit Utah.

 

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I have always wanted to visit Utah and experience all it has to offer, but being a gun friendly state is even more of an incentive to go.
 

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Logan Canyon ... Logan Pass ... and Bear Lake. All good reasons to live in or visit Utah.

You forgot to mention fry sauce too.

I love Utah. If it wasn't for the snow, we would have stayed. We lived near Ogden for a while. Between Bear Lake and all the open shooting around Tooele, it was a great place to be. We liked it even better than Colorado.
 
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