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John’s a Florida-based government contractor. He calls this his overseas carry compliment, which includes the Auber-reliable GLOCK 19. Only one word of caution: know the laws regarding carrying a firearm wherever you go, but particularly in other countries.

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  1. Many countries are VERY tough on handguns…even ammo.
    Do NOT try and take them into The Bahamas. Or at least don’t get caught.

  2. My dad had a boat gun he use to keep on board when I was a kid. Pretty sure it was on the boat when we went to the Bahamas when I was fifteen. A three inch Smith .38, that one may have been lost in an actual boating accident.

  3. If you take your own boat to the Bahamas with firearms you have to check in with the Harbor Master. He will inventory your firearms and ammunition. And again upon leaving the Bahamas. Every round better be accounted for, or you’re not going anywhere. At least that’s the way it used to be. Years since I’ve been there. Why visit a third world country? I can fish/dive the same water from S.E. Florida/Keys. Although, that’s beginning to feel like a foreign country, too.

  4. I’ve been doing research on the country of Paraguay for some time now. If anyone here is considering moving to South America it’s probably the most pro-gun country in SA. Pretty much everyone can get a permit to have a gun or carry concealed as a permanent resident in a short time. No restrictions like a magazine size ban and so on. Better than a lot of big cities here in America.

  5. Or just source a gun when you arrive in a third world country and be prepared to ditch it.

    Can’t find a gun? Ask a hooker.

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