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Firearm panic buying still going at full-speed

 
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I wrote all of this a while back. I didn't start my own thread because I needed to protect my friend, who gave me the info.. He basically work(s) for a large gun manufacturer and is the son of the owner. He told me some interesting things.

they will ban all semi-automatic rifles and will not confiscate them but will make them illegal to sell, transfer or give away. At death they will be confiscated. All manufacturers have been instructed to switch manufacturing to single shot rifles with new safety measures, making it hard to pull the trigger. It involves a second "trigger" that must be squeezed before the primary trigger can be squeezed and requires the use of a second finger. Gun buyback programs will be initiated and funded by a new registration fee, required for all new and previously owned weapons. Yearly liscensing will be required for each firearm. The thinking of the current administration is that most gun owners are mentally I'll and addicted to purchasing firearms, in the same way a crackhead needs crack. They site the enormous amount of debt these people go into to buy a new gun even when they already own a similar gun.


they were told this before the previous election and were assured that these changes would come about. When sandy hook hit the news my buddy knew it was all over. They slowed production to a standstill because they can't afford to have a million dollars worth of unfinished guns in the works when the government pulls the plug. Now they don't know what to do. My friend, BTW, is planning on leaving the USSA and has already bought a place in Switzerland.

I believe CHIP responded to my posts. I can't find them anymore.
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FUCK THIS!!! HOLY SHIT! rant
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I really can't see prices coming down much. Not with all the anti gun legislation that they're coming out with
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I wrote all of this a while back. I didn't start my own thread because I needed to protect my friend, who gave me the info.. He basically work(s) for a large gun manufacturer and is the son of the owner. He told me some interesting things.

they will ban all semi-automatic rifles and will not confiscate them but will make them illegal to sell, transfer or give away. At death they will be confiscated. All manufacturers have been instructed to switch manufacturing to single shot rifles with new safety measures, making it hard to pull the trigger. It involves a second "trigger" that must be squeezed before the primary trigger can be squeezed and requires the use of a second finger. Gun buyback programs will be initiated and funded by a new registration fee, required for all new and previously owned weapons. Yearly liscensing will be required for each firearm. The thinking of the current administration is that most gun owners are mentally I'll and addicted to purchasing firearms, in the same way a crackhead needs crack. They site the enormous amount of debt these people go into to buy a new gun even when they already own a similar gun.


they were told this before the previous election and were assured that these changes would come about. When sandy hook hit the news my buddy knew it was all over. They slowed production to a standstill because they can't afford to have a million dollars worth of unfinished guns in the works when the government pulls the plug. Now they don't know what to do. My friend, BTW, is planning on leaving the USSA and has already bought a place in Switzerland.

I believe CHIP responded to my posts. I can't find them anymore.
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FUCK THIS!!! HOLY SHIT! rant
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gun ownership as we know it, is just about over.....
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gun ownership as we know it, is just about over.....
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well let's ban the military as well

everybody goes ......



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Thanks for the super pin! Just noticed. 5a
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I wrote all of this a while back. I didn't start my own thread because I needed to protect my friend, who gave me the info.. He basically work(s) for a large gun manufacturer and is the son of the owner. He told me some interesting things.

they will ban all semi-automatic rifles and will not confiscate them but will make them illegal to sell, transfer or give away. At death they will be confiscated. All manufacturers have been instructed to switch manufacturing to single shot rifles with new safety measures, making it hard to pull the trigger. It involves a second "trigger" that must be squeezed before the primary trigger can be squeezed and requires the use of a second finger. Gun buyback programs will be initiated and funded by a new registration fee, required for all new and previously owned weapons. Yearly liscensing will be required for each firearm. The thinking of the current administration is that most gun owners are mentally I'll and addicted to purchasing firearms, in the same way a crackhead needs crack. They site the enormous amount of debt these people go into to buy a new gun even when they already own a similar gun.


they were told this before the previous election and were assured that these changes would come about. When sandy hook hit the news my buddy knew it was all over. They slowed production to a standstill because they can't afford to have a million dollars worth of unfinished guns in the works when the government pulls the plug. Now they don't know what to do. My friend, BTW, is planning on leaving the USSA and has already bought a place in Switzerland.

I believe CHIP responded to my posts. I can't find them anymore.
 Quoting: RF 1287633


This cannot withstand court scrutiny. What good is a delayed trigger that requires two fingers when you are fighting off home invaders??!! Unfortunately, by the time it winds through the courts, it will be game over. One thing it DOES prove is that Sandy Hook was a planned event. Something of that magnitude is the ONLY way they could even dream to do something like this.

Feinstein was meeting with internal agencies one DAY after the elections to discuss gun control. Link:

[link to marketdailynews.com]

Fast and Furious hypocrite Eric Holder met with CT Gov on 11/27

Quote from article: Federal help for the effort is welcome even if Obama is not making a push to change laws that make guns easily available in much of the country, said Ron Pinciaro, executive director of Connecticut Against Gun Violence.

"The community needs to show a little more outrage on these things and demand that it be a top priority," Pinciaro said. "That will be more useful than another law right now."
to discuss Project Longevity to 'fight gun crime in CT". Link:

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]


And then two weeks later? BOOM. Dead babies. Instant outrage. Guns have to go.
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It was a weird day. An office building that I am in at least three or four times a week was shot up by a guy on a tirade in a law office. And while I carry, I don't normally take my bag with me when I run into the building. I think I will from now on . . .

I stopped by Cabela's to pick up a few things, and when I tried going into the firearms section to check it out, it was almost a mob scene (on a Wednesday afternoon). I wouldn't shop there normally, but now I am convinced that I would rather patronize my local dealer than deal with that madhouse.
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they should ban glocks just because they suck and only mall ninja posers buy them
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stfu
You cannot buy a more reliable, accurate, and simple firearm than a glock. Plus, they dont cost much relative to other guns and mags are cheap and reliable too.
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I agree ammo is still being panic bought. Its a supply thing.

I noticed today that semi-auto rifles are NOT being snatched up like they were the last couple of weeks. I'm hoping the panic buying of rifles is settling down a little bit.

Glocks are still out there but the price is still ridiculously high. I've got plenty of all three so i'm not in any hurry to buy anything. I'd like to have a 19 but i'll wait unless i find a gen4 at a good price.
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I have shot Glocks but never owned one. I don't get the whole Glock craze.
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I've worked with a couple. Not a fan. Like Berretta 92s and S&W 59s. (I love my 5906 but man that thing is heavy.)

I'm a fan of ACCURACY. Glocks are durable. Accurate? Not so much. The most accurate thing you can get your hands on also happens to be the cheapest: Hi-Points!

Yeah, yeah, blah, blah. Deride them all you want. I piss people off every day when I pull out my HUGE Hi-Point HPJ, and put 5 shots, all holes touching, at 30 yards. The first set gets me a "Oh! You got lucky." Then I do it again. "Lucky, huh?" Then I cram the mag full and hand it to them.
They do a couple groups and walk off all pissed cause they just out-shot their $1500 Gold cup with a $180 gun.

I'd much rather have my 5906 in the field but, on the range, Hi-Points kick EVERYBODY'S ass. They're pretty reliable too one you tune up the feed lips on the mags. I've got one that jammed all the time. A little adjustment and it feeds like a glock now.
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I shoot Glocks better than anything else that doesn't cost over a grand or shoot .22. I've also been eyeing a hi point for a truck gun.


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I agree ammo is still being panic bought. Its a supply thing.

I noticed today that semi-auto rifles are NOT being snatched up like they were the last couple of weeks. I'm hoping the panic buying of rifles is settling down a little bit.

Glocks are still out there but the price is still ridiculously high. I've got plenty of all three so i'm not in any hurry to buy anything. I'd like to have a 19 but i'll wait unless i find a gen4 at a good price.
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I have shot Glocks but never owned one. I don't get the whole Glock craze.
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Let me splain it to you. They are the most reliable gun there is.
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Ohhh, I think you mean the Sig
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Sig's quality control has tanked since the dude from Kimber took over there. They are more about product variations and bling than they are building the best gun on the market, which they once did.
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bsflag

Looks to me not like a "Firearm Panic". Looks like 150,000,000 bad-ass American men telling the British bankers and their cartel lovers in DC to fuck off. I mean common, the scum were given plenty time to come clean and ask for amnesty.

No more tea party
No more occupy
No more protests
Civil war creating divide wont work like 200 years ago. We have the internet now. pfft.

Three strikes they are out.

lol, fools.
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bsflag

Looks to me not like a "Firearm Panic". Looks like 150,000,000 bad-ass American men telling the British bankers and their cartel lovers in DC to fuck off. I mean common, the scum were given plenty time to come clean and ask for amnesty.

No more tea party
No more occupy
No more protests
Civil war creating divide wont work like 200 years ago. We have the internet now. pfft.

Three strikes they are out.

lol, fools.
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oh yeah, prayers sent
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I noticed today on FB all the shares about the school bus driver killed in the US, however last night someone was shot and killed at a gas station in Toronto Ontario, Right.. Canada has Gun Control and you guys need it as well..... my ass!
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Do you have a link to an article. I haven't paid attention to any news and I live in Toronto lol
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Hard core patriots are already and have been armed,...for generations. They are also armed well. I bet these purchases are the last minute patriots saying,... "uuuh, honey...changed my mind. I am getting a gun and stocking up. I Don't care what you say"....

Its soon a mans world again. Women best get out of politics and anywhere else they shouldn't be. Support your man and hang on tight. They are getting ready to serve justice.
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Guns dont kill people.
People do.

I seen guns at gun show three weeks ago. They were just laying there.

Cars kill more people than guns. I supposed we ban those next.

Guess who the biggest murderer's are..?? Politicians and the cartels that control them in UK & DC.

Anyone with half a brain knows these things.
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Thinking it might be a good time to export some ammo to the states.

Who needs 22lr and what will you pay for 500 rounds?
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just got back from Walmart in NE Ohio. they had some .40 and other odds and ends that was about it. I've got plenty of bulk 22 but could use some more CCI Velocitor. Ammo will soon be like gold for barter. I've got a ton of Remington 00buck for barter.
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Buckshot is good to have. I like using it on coyotes. Especially #4 buck.
I just started loading for 12 gauge, oo & #4 buck. I've been loading for 20 & 28 gauge for a few years but am just barely getting in to loading buckshot. Thankfully, shotgun primers are still easily available. Powder not so much. Been trying for a couple weeks to find an 8# jug of blue dot.
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I work part time in a gun shop, there is almost no ammo to be had. The shop owner attended the shot show in vegas and manufacturers think this is not going to last to much longer. ammo will be available again soon as well as firearms.
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I really don't understand the point of owning tons of ammo, unless you are viewing it as a commodity for future barter.

For actual shooting, what's the point? If things ever get crazy hot enough where you will go through more than a few hundred rounds of ammo,

a) you will likely die before expending it all

or, as my military friend pointed out

b) there will be plenty of surplus ammo due to other deaths.

My buddy subscribes to the view that in a civil war scenario, obtaining surplus ammo will be the least of your problems. You will be able to pick up all you can carry.
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I really don't understand the point of owning tons of ammo, unless you are viewing it as a commodity for future barter.

For actual shooting, what's the point? If things ever get crazy hot enough where you will go through more than a few hundred rounds of ammo,

a) you will likely die before expending it all

or, as my military friend pointed out

b) there will be plenty of surplus ammo due to other deaths.

My buddy subscribes to the view that in a civil war scenario, obtaining surplus ammo will be the least of your problems. You will be able to pick up all you can carry.
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damn dude you will be the first just for stupidity
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I really don't understand the point of owning tons of ammo, unless you are viewing it as a commodity for future barter.

For actual shooting, what's the point? If things ever get crazy hot enough where you will go through more than a few hundred rounds of ammo,

a) you will likely die before expending it all

or, as my military friend pointed out

b) there will be plenty of surplus ammo due to other deaths.

My buddy subscribes to the view that in a civil war scenario, obtaining surplus ammo will be the least of your problems. You will be able to pick up all you can carry.
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Exactly. All you can carry is all you really need.

Well, except for practice.

Also, a pistol is a back-up weapon, no need to have 12 magazines for it...
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1.5 billion .40 rounds purchased by whatever is pretending to be the Federal government.

250,000 new NRA members every 10 days.

10 million new guns sold every 30 days.

Pretend Federal Government spending 200% GDP every 12 months.

Guns, ammo sell within seconds of becoming available.

Guess where this ends?

crash

macgun
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Then when you are all signed up with a gun club, they will then licence you all, bring in draconian gun laws, and pretty much have you keep them in a locker at the gun club

:(
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I think not, mate.

We saw what the bastards did to our Aussie brethren.
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let's hope not.... kinda weird if we had to throw rocks on the invading forces from our rooftops :(
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Glad to see people are not cow towing down to the archonic authority figures.

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just got back from Walmart in NE Ohio. they had some .40 and other odds and ends that was about it. I've got plenty of bulk 22 but could use some more CCI Velocitor. Ammo will soon be like gold for barter. I've got a ton of Remington 00buck for barter.
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Buckshot is good to have. I like using it on coyotes. Especially #4 buck.
I just started loading for 12 gauge, oo & #4 buck. I've been loading for 20 & 28 gauge for a few years but am just barely getting in to loading buckshot. Thankfully, shotgun primers are still easily available. Powder not so much. Been trying for a couple weeks to find an 8# jug of blue dot.
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For when the SHTF...
Another good idea or lets just say a cruel Idea I heard about..LOL, when reloading buckshot add dried cow poop or dried dog poop to the shell. If your target only gets wounded the target will die from infection in a few weeks from the poop! LOL



Another cruel Idea..LOL, Reload with lead Splitshot (Fishing weights) and dried cow poop or dog poop for a added bonus! LOL

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And now you see how they use false flags and the media to create a false booming economy to make politicians look good?
Imagine RETAIL SALES cruise they will be through the roof just like all the other bullshit they exploit to try to say hey look we are doing well.
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1.5 billion .40 rounds purchased by whatever is pretending to be the Federal government.

250,000 new NRA members every 10 days.

10 million new guns sold every 30 days.

Pretend Federal Government spending 200% GDP every 12 months.

Guns, ammo sell within seconds of becoming available.

Guess where this ends?

:crash:

macgun
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Then when you are all signed up with a gun club, they will then licence you all, bring in draconian gun laws, and pretty much have you keep them in a locker at the gun club

:(
:ozzisticks:
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I think not, mate.

We saw what the bastards did to our Aussie brethren.
 Quoting: Professor Xavier





Before you get too teary eyed about our Aussie "brethren", you better take into consideration how your Aussie "brethren" desperately want to see you stripped of your rights, and made helpless like they are.

Not all, but most of the Aussies on this forum are insane with jealousy, and hatred towards those who have not been reduced to their level of subjugation yet. They want you disarmed too.

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