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View From Cabaela's & Bass Pro Shop--WOW Getting Real Folks!!!
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[quote:Abi ~:MV8yMTEwMzU4XzM1NTgwOTQ3XzQ1QzE4NDM5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 28870983:MV8yMTEwMzU4XzM1NTgwNzA5X0NDOEI0MTMw] [quote:Dr. Anomaly:MV8yMTEwMzU4XzM1NTgwNjU2XzIwODFDMkQz] [quote:Abi ~:MV8yMTEwMzU4XzM1NTc5NzA4XzQ0RDRBOUZE] ETA>> [i]He also, finally started stocking long term/bulk food which he calls "LIFE INSURANCE" it stores for 40 years and also stays good for 1 year once you open it...cheap prices, too...[/i] [/quote] Do you know the brand name? And when you say "cheap prices", exactly what is "cheap" in your view? Thanks! [/quote] anything that stores for 40 years will not be cheap..... I've eaten a lot of Mountain House. Stores for 25-30 years or longer and most of it tastes pretty good. the Beef Stroganoff, Rice & Chicken and Pork Chops are all excellent..... [/quote] [i]I consider it a good investment because it lasts, even when opened...so, even now you could eat it and save money and not get tired of it because it will not go bad, quickly...the dehydrated onions, for instance, are $14 for a 5lb can..one tablespoon=one onion...way cheaper than fresh onions that will go bad if not used in a couple weeks... the meats and stews are more expensive, of course..those are $30-$40..but, if meat is scarce, a good investment.. rice, beans, those can last 40 years...some of my food will probably outlive me...lol I heard the chicken tastes like you just bought it at grocery story...the honey powder and pancake mix are good and cheaper...granted, I still like fresh honey, but I do not notice a difference in taste, it is just a mind thing, ya know...conditioning myself now so that I know and stock realistically..;)[/i] [/quote]
Today this gun thing got real for me.
I was in PA today and went to BPS and Cabela. I was stunned.
At BPS they were almost totally sold out of ALL handguns. CASES and CASES were totally empty. GONE. They were totally out of 9mm, 357 ammo and just about everything else. I took pictures but since there's people in them I'm not going to post them. Staff says they can't get anything else at this point, their suppliers are out. There was a sizable crowd scanning the empty cases and shelves. Salespeople I talked to said they are convinced that if anyone tries to take weapons from Americans there's going to be a civil war. They said they're seeing people who used to be anti-gun want to get one because they're afraid of what they think is happening.
Later, I stopped at Cabelas. This place is right off the highway and very visible from a distance. The crowd there was even bigger. They still had a few --
--handguns but nothing left that was a carry piece, imo. I'm sure they were depleted of the little they had by the end of the day. As for ammo, they were limiting to 10 box max. There was almost nothing left.
i'm finding it hard to convey how real all seems to be becoming.
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