Ammo or lack there of...

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by firefighter1635, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. BlackEagle

    BlackEagle Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Sorry; saw this and couldn't resist...

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  2. X Ring

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    lol lol lol
  3. graehaven

    graehaven Well-Known Member

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    If congress would do their job reliably, as in, upholding the constitution, then there'd be no worries. He'd only be able to do something through executive order, which would also be unconstitutional.

    Regardless of what happens, it will be unconstitutional. We have an irrelevant congress and a dictator in the WH, and we have a Supreme Court that doesn't uphold the Bill of Rights either.

    We are totally screwed.
  4. LDBennett

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    graehaven:

    Obama has already invoked Executive Orders that are unconstitutional which did not effect the results of the election. He has vowed in public to get his way on issue that congress refuses to approve by going around them. We have a "King" in place for now and the "more free stuff" majority will assure many more liberal Progressive presidents, congress and judges in the future.

    You are right ...We are screwed and especially our decedents.

    LDBennett
  5. ka64

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    I'm all set...............

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  6. graehaven

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    Nice Ka. How much was the cabinet?
  7. steve4102

    steve4102 Former Guest

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    Set for what?
    Personally I don't keep all my ammo, guns and supplies all in one spot.
  8. soundguy

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    i forsee a new project coming on!
  9. cycloneman

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    Not yet you aint. I didn't see 22's in the mix. And sub sonic ammo too.

    .45 are probably allready subsonic, 22 subsonic is a must, 9mm too.

    everyone needs to stop shooting their ammo they will need it later
  10. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    Here is something to think about.

    When the shtf how long do you think it will be till the world gets back on its feet? Will it be the same as it was before? Will you be able to go to wall mart and resotck your ammo? Is this a reasonable thought?

    Just when you think you got enough ammo think again.

    When it happens everything will shut down. No food, no ammo, no water, no gun shows, no wally world, no nothing.
  11. mikld

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    obuma's co-horts aren't having a lot of success when it comes to gun control (yet), but ammo restrictions are easily done. There are several places in CA where buying ammo is almost as difficult as buying a firearm, except for a waiting period. In LA ammo cannot be sold New Year's Eve or 4th of July. We all know about CA's buzzard zone. I understand N.J. has some weird restrictions on ammo too. So, I'm not "hoarding", just stocking up for future use...:D
  12. Rogeritall

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    So far so good here... I keep up with a local gun shop owner here via Facebook, and he says ammunition and firearms sales are up, but he's been running a lot of specials lately, and is happy sales are up. So far (knock on wood) he hasn't had any difficulty with orders of ammo, or firearms.

    My wife is always perusing the sporting goods isles of the big box stores in the area, and she said they still have all kinds of ammunition on the shelves, so far anyway.

    Looking normal around the central Indiana area as far as I can tell...
  13. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Exactly what problems do you have with steel? I shoot it all the time and have good luck with it. It shoots straight, fairly clean, never jams or misfires and is priced right. Since I am not reloading, who cares?
  14. soundguy

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    i shoot tula steel 223/556 thru my keltecsu16c with no issues.. also fairly accurate.. at least as accurate as my eyeball is using an iron site and no bench.. etc..
  15. firefighter1635

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    No problem per sey DD. This is my first AR and i've had quite a few people tell me to stay away from steel. If that's not the case i'll happily buy and shoot it?
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