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Old 02-02-2013, 02:49 PM   #21
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A leader does not purchase guns and ammo for himself, he purchases enough for everyone around him, that did not adequately prepare for the future. Well meaning stumble ins will need food, water, shelter, and if they can be trusted, they can help defend freedom. If they cannot be trusted, some supplies will be used, one way or another, to send them back out again.

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i have 2000rds so i'll share half

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Hence why there isn't any .223 anywhere :P
There is ammo out there if you can pay the price.
http://www.targetsportsusa.com/p-2378-federal-lake-city-556mm-m855-62-grain-green-tip-penetrator-bulk-ammunition.aspx
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I don't store any -- there's always a WalMart around, they are always well stocked with as much of everything you might possibly want, and the prices are always low. Know what I mean?
Must be a different kind of Walmart than I go to, all of my local stores are OUT of everything but 44 magnums and high powered hunting ammo. I consider my ammo stock to be very low at the moment and I still have more than walmart.
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is there any way to get flagged for buying too much? whether its reloading components or manufactured ammo, kind of like when you buy 3-5 rifles or handguns in the same week.

I wouldnt think so but who knows.....credit card data and online transactions can be data mined at much later dates.....these days...
If so,They have been looking at me for a long,long time.
And I really don't give a damn if they are watching!
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Must be a different kind of Walmart than I go to, all of my local stores are OUT of everything but 44 magnums and high powered hunting ammo. I consider my ammo stock to be very low at the moment and I still have more than walmart.
Sput, this was sarcasm. He was taking a potshot at the geeks that don't prepare.
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A leader does not purchase guns and ammo for himself, he purchases enough for everyone around him, that did not adequately prepare for the future. Well meaning stumble ins will need food, water, shelter, and if they can be trusted, they can help defend freedom.
BINGO!!!!

And that's why I stock so much ammo. That's why I have 3 AR-15, two AKs, an AR--10 and a plethora of other usable weapons.
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