- Aug 14, 2020
hard to find ammo & guns for that matter, who prices are through the roof, time to sell my babies at double the price.
If things turn REALLY bad(I don’t see that happening) you are going to need food, shelter and a way to protect it and yourself. If you can pull that off without a firearm, more power to you. I for one will be keeping mine.Having a gun won't resolve problems like the massive overhang of deferred rents in the USA during the early phases of covid-19. Killing the landlord when he finally does come around for what's owed? Sounds like a plan to boost bottom lines of for-profit prisons to me.
Meanwhile so many jobs are still shuttered and unemployment insurance payouts are all in the rear view mirror. And Congress is on vacation. And the honchos of the two major political parties are basking in the imaginary sunlight of their now completed nominating conventions.
Skip the gun buy and go back to hoarding food while congress fritters away its time on a summer recess. One can't reasonably use a gun to try to rob someone else of their food supply this fall anyway, since there are so many Americans who already own a gun, and assuming anyone doesn't becomes more of a crapshoot every day at this point, what with Trump amping up people's fears. So a case of beans and a bag of rice can sure start looking like a better deal for survival than standing on line to buy something to kill somebody with.
We're never going to put the brakes on this country's descent into madness until more of us realize we're not each other's enemy. The enemy is our own tolerance of kleptocracy and malfeasance in Washington. We cannot fix that by rushing out to buy a gun in case someone else is rushing out to buy a gun.
Guns are like shoes and boots, you need a pair for all sorts of different occasions. You wouldn’t want to show up to a range event and find out you are the only one with a firearm chambered in 9mm and and everyone else is using .40S&W. How embarrassing would that be!Don’t we already have more guns than people in America? Hardly a shortage...
Well it's true that I've always said "No wall high enough" between the haves and have-nots. By that I have meant that when people can't find what to eat for long enough, they will do anything to try to get something into their stomachs and feed their families, including storming gated communities or scaling the fences around orchards and chicken coops.If things turn REALLY bad(I don’t see that happening) you are going to need food, shelter and a way to protect it and yourself. If you can pull that off without a firearm, more power to you. I for one will be keeping mine.
A huge stash of food isn’t going to do you a whole lot of good when people around you figure out you are a soft target.
Oh my goodness, could you imagine the giggles and chiding remarks? My stars! When the local crochet chapter found out? Well, I'm just all flustered now at the very idea.You wouldn’t want to show up to a range event and find out you are the only one with a firearm chambered in 9mm and and everyone else is using .40S&W. How embarrassing would that be!
Everything in the USA is focused on the short term, usually the VERY short term, so no need for the gun lobby to pull out that card yet about how "They're coming for your guns".Is it because JB is expected to win?