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Old 02-27-2013, 01:55 PM   #61
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Trust me if I can afford it so can you. Priorities do you have cable (I don't) do you have internet (I use my phone or library) what vehicle do you drive? There are always cuts that can be made I am the single provider with my wife daughter and brother in law living with me. And I make just enuf to have no gov assistance.
this reply to austin92 says it all.
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:19 PM   #62
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Id do that. I have a buddy who reloads just havent asked him if he would be interested in doing that. Plus id like to learn how but dont want to spend 1000 bucks to get started.
It wouldn't hurt to ask, it's a win win situation for both IMO. If I was setup to load in bulk like him I would be doing the same thing.
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If your "friends" happen to have a good looking wife, ask if he wouldn't mind "sharing". then maybe he'll see your point. I do think the reload co-op is a good idea. It might help expand your reloading die collection. I load .40 for my brother and I don't even have one. But now I have the dies and shell plate for my Dillon in case I ever get one.

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It always seems to me like the ones who advocate or justify

being unprepared or under-prepared the loudest

are the first to turn to the prepared for "sharing".

Are we, the prepared, also to shoulder the burden of

being prepared for those who openly ridicule us, until

a crisis arises ? I think not.


I once had a Californian try to justify to me that he

should be awarded my Navy pay indefinitely. I asserted that

if he deserved my pay, the D.O.D. would already be sending it

to him. BUT since they saw fit to give it directly to me, I was

going to opt to keep it.

The point is, some folks are nervy bastards.

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Old 02-28-2013, 08:17 PM   #65
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My thoughts are as follows I will not loan one round to any one period. I have been very vocal about storing ammo long before Obama came along.All my friends have plenty of there own ammo and me may swap ammo in our own best interest.
When Noah closed the doors on the ark that was it. I have been telling every one to can and store food as well and most people laugh at me.
Thats fine if nothing happens I just have less trips to the grocery store in the future. If the inevitable inflation hits hard and food goes out of sight to bad for them.The door is shut period.
If any want my ammo all they have to do is try and steel my food.They get one round and they better hope I hit a vital spot because I am not wasting a extra so they dont suffer.
In any case they better be willing to hike three days into the woods to find me any way.

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...If any want my ammo all they have to do is try and steel my food.They get one round and they better hope I hit a vital spot because I am not wasting a extra so they dont suffer.
In any case they better be willing to hike three days into the woods to find me any way.
I would just like to point out that BEAR meat is supposed to be nutritious and delicious when properly prepared, since you are out in the woods anyways. Gobble some grizzlies (or black or polar or whatever bears you can).
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My numbers come close to a few of those... Only my wife and I know exactly what and how much. I like to keep it that way.

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Got some links? Im looking for 10mm....also probably not a good idea to trade ammo in a shtf situation unless its someone you trust....you might loose the rest of your ammo.
Yes that is what I meant to say, I would only trade with friends.
Here are a few links for 10mm.

http://www.wideners.com/itemdetail.cfm?item_id=100000566&dir=18|829|892

http://palmettostatearmory.com/index.php/ammunition/handgun-ammunition/10mm-auto/hornady-hrndy-10mm-155gr-xtp-20rds-9122.html

http://www.grafs.com/retail/catalog/product/productId/23881
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I have I just sold 5 pounds of Reloader 15 and 8 pounds of N 133 for what I paid for it .I refuse to pay outrage prices and I will try to help a fellow shooters anyway that i can . Greed will get you no where . I see enough greed in this world to provent me from being a part .

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Thanks. Great prices.
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