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    Don't forget the VA is buying ammo for it's hospitals too.

    Gee, you don't suppose it could have anything to do with budget cycles and if you don't use it you lose it? I mean the fiscal year does end next month.
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    Okay if you find anymore Alex Jones stuff please post it in one of the threads already running.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcp1810 View Post
    Don't forget the VA is buying ammo for it's hospitals too.

    Gee, you don't suppose it could have anything to do with budget cycles and if you don't use it you lose it? I mean the fiscal year does end next month.
    Excellent point. I'm surprised more people haven't pointed this out.. cuz that's exactly how it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitzburgh View Post
    Excellent point. I'm surprised more people haven't pointed this out.. cuz that's exactly how it works.
    Yes, but, you see...that's the Truth. And no one here cares about that. We just want to get people riled up, convince them that hollow point bullets are bad, and that having a traffic booth is the first step towards Global Hollow Point Domination.
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    The is the same Hyperbolic Bovine Excrement that got Winchester to pull their "Black Talon" ammunition after the SanFran shooting!

    C'est La Vie, back to the web to order more ammo from SGAmmo.com! Like "She Who Must Be Obeyed" shoes, can never have enough and you want to make sure you're prepared for whatever the event is!


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    This made me giggle

    A buddy of mine links crap from this site on my Facebook occasionally. I read this one and was laughing out loud by the end.

    Prison Planet.com » Social Security Administration To Purchase 174 Thousand Rounds Of Hollow Point Bullets

    My favorite is this gem - "This was followed by another DHS solicitation asking for a further 750 million rounds of assorted bullets, including 357 mag rounds that are able to penetrate walls."

    I would love to see that conversation. "Alright boys, we need maximum barrier penetration! We aren't messing around today! Break out the .357 lever actions and Smith 686's! Time to kick some ass!"
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    About eleventy hundred of these posts have been made recently. Basically, Alex whatshisface has been going through the ammo purchases by the federal government, hyping up some total BS about "hollow points" and (as you pointed out) .357s that shoot through walls, and trying to convince the masses that 1) the police have never used hollow points before, 2) the police have never bought bulk ammo before, 3) hollow points are magical death beams cast out of pure Destructonium, 4) it's all a plot to murder millions of civilians with the shock troops of the NOAA Fisheries department.

    I'm glad you got a good laugh out of it. I think it WOULD be funny, if so many people didn't fall for this doo-doo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OPFOR View Post
    About eleventy hundred of these posts have been made recently. Basically, Alex whatshisface has been going through the ammo purchases by the federal government, hyping up some total BS about "hollow points" and (as you pointed out) .357s that shoot through walls, and trying to convince the masses that 1) the police have never used hollow points before, 2) the police have never bought bulk ammo before, 3) hollow points are magical death beams cast of of pure Destructonium, 4) it's all a plot to murder millions of civilians with the shock troops of the NOAA Fisheries department.

    I'm glad you got a good laugh out of it. I think it WOULD be funny, if so many people didn't fall for this doo-doo.
    QFT completely agree. Nuts on both sides of the fence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    I would love to see that conversation. "Alright boys, we need maximum barrier penetration! We aren't messing around today! Break out the .357 lever actions and Smith 686's! Time to kick some ass!"
    I didn't know any leverguns or the S&W 686's were chambered in .357 SIG?
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    Never mind, I opened the PDF, .357 Magnum, .30/06, 10MM? I didn't realize anyone (US Gubmint) still used those (LEOs I mean, not the military).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Oh, I though TNMike got another new job!
    Wow.....how did I come up on this thread? I know I've had a few different job in the last 5 years but that was a low blow Hiram.
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    Where do I get me some Destructonium? Would it penetrate a Vibranium/Adamantium shield? No it wouldn't. I should get both.
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    Only if it had an Unobtanium penetrator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    Never mind, I opened the PDF, .357 Magnum, .30/06, 10MM? I didn't realize anyone (US Gubmint) still used those (LEOs I mean, not the military).
    If you spend enough time on the FBO site you will find orders for .32acp .50 Beowolf, and just about every caliber out there. Various agencies will use them for materials testing.
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    NOAA is responsible for monitoring the outside perimeters of all the FEMA camps. This is accomplished through the use of large unmanned remote controlled balloons. Those balloons are equipped with remotely fired submachineguns and heat sensing equipment.

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