Thursday, January 28, 2016

Buy Ammo

I have never, ever had anyone tell me that he had too much ammunition.  Not in a combat zone, not in a civil disaster, not even in peacetime.  Never.  Nor have I lived through a time where our governing class was so deeply corrupt, so utterly foolish, and so dangerously focused on the perpetuation of its own power that it risked bringing down everything we have built not merely in the United States but in the entire West.

Right now, if you are watching the news, you have questions about the future.  And the answer to all of them is to buy ammo.

Buying ammo is a no-lose proposition.  Look, the worst thing that happens if you buy more ammo is that you have more ammo.  Plus, much of our consumer ammo is made by hardworking Americans, and many of those ammo makers are located in red states where the right to keep and bear arms is celebrated and respected.  So you’re helping fellow conservative Americans, which is good.  And you’re infuriating people like that sanctimonious, Second Amendment-hating incompetent infesting the White House, which is great.

Of course, buying ammo presumes you have already fulfilled your duty as a law-abiding, able-bodied American citizen and obtained sufficient firearms for the defense of yourself, your family, your community, and your Constitution.  I can’t tell you how many people in the last year have confessed to me that they have finally decided to visit their local gun seller to do what they had put off for far too long and transition from sheep to sheepdog.

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This guy is dead on. Buy as much ammo as your earnings allow. I buy once a week, whether it be 50 rounds or whatever. Just buy something you can spit out of your high speed impalement devices. Stack it away in the safe and rotate it towards the front as you use it.

There are many places you can buy ammo. Use one of the search engines like Wikiarms or Gunbot to help you find who has what you're looking for. Do a little math too while you're at it. If shipping and tax is going to cut into your price per round amount and you can get it cheaper by driving 30 mins to your local honey hole, spend that extra couple of bucks on gas and save yourself the pains of exorbitant shipping charges. It's worth it. Keep stacking ammo, keep shooting, keep training, keep learning, keep improving. We've got a bumpy road ahead.



Anonymous said...

is another search engine for ammo

skybill said...

Hi Stackz,
"A Man can never have too much red wine, too many books or too much ammunition."
-Rudyard Kipling-
I think he was "on it!" a long, long time ago!!
Got Gunz (and Ammo)...............OUTLAW!!!!,