America is home to a dizzying array of firearms laws. Depending on your home state, you either have to jump through more hoops like a circus clown to have the “privilege” of armed self-defense, or you can show a driver’s license, stow and go. Although family and work put obvious limits on mobility, American gun owners and aspiring gun owners are free to choose their residence. When considering a change of scenery last year, I consulted handgunlaw.us. Gun-unfriendly states were eliminated from the running like William Hung from a singing competition. Some of us are willing to weather draconian gun laws to live near our families or secure gainful employment or enjoy a state’s other, perhaps more important virtues. Some of us are not. Do firearms laws dictate where you choose to live? Have you ever thought about moving to a more gun-friendly state?