Skip to comments.Why is government stockpiling guns, ammo?
Posted on 02/03/2013 11:10:10 PM PST by Texas Fossil
Why does the civilian Department of Homeland Security need billions of rounds of ammunition?
This is the agency that is responsible for policing the border. But it doesnt.
This is the agency that is responsible for catching terrorists. But it doesnt.
So why does Homeland Security need so many weapons and enough hollow-point rounds to plug every American six times?
Maybe this is the civilian national security force thats just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded as the Defense Department.
These words civilian national security force have haunted me ever since I first read them.
Obama has never explained what he meant.
Hes never been called to account for that remark.
Doesnt this sound like police-state talk to you?
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Will he try?
Could happen, but he will pay a dear price my friend.
Hey Joe, Keep yer powder dry.
They need all that ammo. I saw a bunch of feds shooting on a range in NM, and they couldn’t shoot worth a s—t. What gets me is that they bought ammo that the military can’t use vis’avie the Geneva Covention. That means that they are planning to shoot us with ammunition that they won’t allow the military to use on our enemies! So what the hell, I have started buying the same ammo that they do. Apparently, so did everyone else!
Yep and gather lead.
Nod and a wink
” I saw a bunch of feds shooting on a range in NM, and they couldnt shoot worth a st.”
My cuz’ who came back for R&R as he is stationed in S. Korea, went to a firing range near Vegas the following afternoon after enjoying the town the night before. The next 4 guys beside him wore FBI clothing and they were yakking’ it up like they were Rambo. They went through 3 mags each and nowhere couldn’t hit the bulls-eye.
I bought some new brass and some Hornady 200gr FTX bullets for the .348 Winchester. That one is a thumper.
Also shoot a more civilized version that is cheap to load.
Have to admit finding brass was a bit difficult.
One of my reloading orders took 25 days to get. From a good company. they are running 2 weeks lead time and the phone que has been over 20 minutes since the November election. They had huge inventory, but it is showing some holes now. All the reloading supply companies are.
Shelves are pretty bare in the retail stores that sell ammo too.
Don’t think Obozo and team quite expected this reaction. Not just in good old boy country, but nation wide.
We shall see how this works out I guess.
That's why they need billions of rounds. For practice, silly.
Hellen Keller, water?
The war on drugs wasn't a war on drugs, it was a war on citizens. It's almost too late now.
Imagine what the MSM would say if individuals were stockpiling ammo...
Maybe they’re planning on passing out weapons to Holder’s people like they’re currently passing out cellphones and food stamps.
So what the hell, I have started buying the same ammo that they do. Apparently, so did everyone else!
Nah, figure to let them hump it and them fancy guns over to me. More cost/labor effective that way. ‘Sides, they may bring a little grub too.
Because a huge 100 mile diameter alien space ship is approaching our system and they are very hungry and to them we are the chickens so to speak?
Its all propaganda, they say they have billions of rounds, we have millions with tens of thousands. Do their bullets shoot themselves?
They are just trying to pull the wind out of the sails of any armed 2A gathering.
We’re stockpiling too...
Maybe theyre planning on passing out weapons to Holders people like theyre currently passing out cellphones and food stamps.
Back order, it works for me. All the mail order places are getting bullets & brass shipped in; just amounts way down. Most of the good stuff is back ordered out soon as it arrives. Get on the list, for me wait time has been 3-4 weeks but I’m getting everything eventually, even mags.
They couldn’t shoot because the ammo has no value to them.
They don’t pay for it.
What Good Can a Handgun Do Against An Army?
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