I wish I could afford it.
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Has anybody ever bothered to ask the question that's more important than, "Do I have enough ammo?", which is of course, "Do I really need a storage shed full of ammo?" In any event, make no mistake about what drove up prices, if they indeed go up.
I wish I could afford it.
I planned ahead so there won't be any ammo or gun shortages in my house.
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I have plenty, but I will purchase more as it shows up on special deals.
I have plenty of ammo. Now an SLG21....
I try to stay stocked on ammo regardless. I've been doing a very bad job at that lately. Been shooting more than buying. The problem is, any purchase NOW will be thought that it's a panic buy because of the election results, where as some people, just simply need ammo.
I'll wait for the dust to settle...
Or the UN treaty to be ratified by the congress. <<<Then, I'll panic!
It could be worse!
People who have an incessant need to buy ammo because of an insecurity of never having 'enough' makes me wonder if secretly they have teddy bears to help them through those dark and scary nights. Maybe they go to bed with the lights on. After all... the darkness and the inability to see IS really scary...and those shadows...yikes!
"Confidence is food for the wise man but liquor for the fool"
UN Arms Trade Treaty will not limit Second Amendment rights as the NRA claims - Charlotte Society & Culture | Examiner.com
"Quite plain and simple, the U.N. has no intention whatsoever to limit Second Amendment rights afforded to Americans by the United States Constitution. Furthermore, if the U.N. attempts in any way to limit Second Amendment rights or for that matter, if the U.N. oversteps the sovereignty of any state, the United States will immediately cease its support for the ATT. For the NRA to promote the claim that the ATT will limit Second Amendment rights is not only misleading and irresponsible, it also serves against the protection of human rights."
This conspiracy theory really needs to be put to bed.
If the Chicken Littles don't chill, we are going to be reading accounts of citizens pulling guns on one another to cut the ammo line at Wally World and Cabela's.
"Ideals are peaceful. History is violent."
Don Collier, Fury