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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Again

And again they try for our rights. Don't be surprised if they succeed.

Read it here.


My only advice for you good folks is to purchase bulk ammunition online while you still have the opportunity. If you lack for a battle rifle get one, because afterwards the price for a basic rifle will triple in value. If you have a gun show in your neck of the woods anytime soon, visit. It's the last bastion of free thinking men and women.

Stephen

21 comments:

  1. That scares me very, very much. Yep -- your advice is sound. Thank you, Stephen.

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  2. I've a rifle that's tripled in value already. Would not surprise me if it went up again.

    There are a lot of people who've build their ammo supplies over a long period of time, buying with cash from many different dealers. Concern about this stuff didn't start yesterday.

    Remember when they going to tax the heck out of ammo so no one could afford it?

    Good advice about gun shows. Wish they had them closer to where I live.

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    1. Yes, indeed, my friend many do build their supplies slowly over time...and yes I remember the tax silliness. I really enjoy a good gun show. Even if I don't need or want a firearm I like to walk around and search for the small items like parts or books, though it's the atmosphere I like the best. Thanks, my friend.

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  3. And if you have a friend who needs a battle rifle but can't afford one, help a brother in arms out. Did a post on that chez moi, alas, the idea doesn't seem to have sparked interest.

    I think every self-respecting patriot should have at least one.

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    1. My friend, if I had a dollar for every rifle I've given away I'd be able to buy a case of ammo. Even sent one out West via UPS listed as a survey camera with tripod.

      And, I believe every self-respecting patriot should own at least five. Thanks, my friend.

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    2. Well, you've done your part and then some! Maybe we can encourage others...

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  4. I don't trust the D.C. Idiot is what he is telling all of us.

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    1. Rob, correct, I don't trust them. Thanks.

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  5. I'm sticking with my old Russian SKS it isn't pretty but it works

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    1. Corey, that is all that matters. Thank you.

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  6. I have the lower on my AR-15 completed. Now it looks like I need to save some pennies and just buy a completed upper to get it done. Then, a few more pennies for the M1a I've been wanting.

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    1. Good for you, Shepherd. You'll love the M1A. Hide it well when the time comes, and it will...just give 'em time. Thanks.

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  7. Got all mine before the election when I came to the uncomfortable conclusion below.

    "And Now, After Sending Our Best Young Men To Die On distant battlefields fighting Communism, we may simply vote a Marxist into our highest office."
    23 July 2008

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    1. Well said...I did the same. Thanks, Brock.

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  8. I just want the right to protect myself, to enjoy hunting, and shooting practice if I so wish or need. Crazy people will always find a way to harm people. That killer could have just as easily locked the doors and started a fire, or caused an auto accident to kill people. Will government ban matches and vehicles next?

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    1. What more can be asked. They are your rights and the government has no right to take them from you nor I. Thanks, Sweet One.

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  9. Stephen,

    Okay.....um, how do I say this. Well, you've been nominated for two awards on my blog. Actually, Sweet Wife gets one and you get the other, lol.
    Congratulations!!!!

    Sandy, Oklahomatransient.blogspot.com

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    1. Oh, shucks....thanks, Dear Sandy.

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    1. Indeed. Act now. The vote is today.

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