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Old May 5th, 2021, 08:08 PM #31
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Saw a news story on CH-9 last evening about ammo shortage. The lead off was a Liberal stating that we should not be storing large amounts of ammunition and we should be limited in the amount we should have. Then they lead into the story about why the shortage which was factual. They did have a gun advocate on to explain there are no Federal Laws to limit ammunition storage and the BATF does not track ammo sales.
I have no interest and less that two Fs to give in what non-shooters feel are reasonable limitations on ammo purchases or storage. It's like saying one baseball is the max amount for a game. A walk off HR in the first and the game is over by that line of reasoning. I'm usually just getting warmed up with 50 rds/caliber/range trip. I would love to hear their rationale for what would be proposed as "reasonable" limits.
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I have no interest and less that two Fs to give in what non-shooters feel are reasonable limitations on ammo purchases or storage. It's like saying one baseball is the max amount for a game. A walk off HR in the first and the game is over by that line of reasoning. I'm usually just getting warmed up with 50 rds/caliber/range trip. I would love to hear their rationale for what would be proposed as "reasonable" limits.
Well said! Nor do we pretend to opine on how much yarn a knitter should have, how many needles a tailor should possess, or shovels a gardener should own, or arrows an archer should have, etc., etc., etc.!
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Well said! Nor do we pretend to opine on how much yarn a knitter should have, how many needles a tailor should possess, or shovels a gardener should own, or arrows an archer should have, etc., etc., etc.!
LOL... My better half took up knitting for about grand total of 6 months a couple of years back and stopped shortly thereafter. I may or may not actually have an opinion on that one (she has a concurring opinion). Wonder if there is a place to donate extra yarn.
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These individuals will never stop their attacks on use. I store my ammo exactly the same way the Marine Corp does. It is safe, cool, dry, and in US Military ammo cans locked in safes. So they can just shut up as far as I'm concerned. They will make any small thing an issue if they can. Have been seeing an easing in ammo supply and price once Remington came back online, hopefully all calibers will be back in full stock.
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TP hoarding chaps my ass. That stuff is wicked flammable. Can't believe people have piles of it in the same spaces where children play. TP hoarders should be required to build a fireproof storage facility away from their residence, and have it periodically inspected (without prior notice) by the Fire Marshall and Child Services. You're not opposed to safety for the children, are you?
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The moron antis should tell the illegal drug dealers not to store so much illegal drugs. Then see what the criminal illegal drug dealers have to say them! Apply the same logic to the illegal drug dealers!
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I only have 5 to 6,000 rounds per family member. How much is too much?
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TP hoarding chaps my ass. That stuff is wicked flammable. Can't believe people have piles of it in the same spaces where children play. TP hoarders should be required to build a fireproof storage facility away from their residence, and have it periodically inspected (without prior notice) by the Fire Marshall and Child Services. You're not opposed to safety for the children, are you?
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Do they want me to have enough 9mm ammo so I can only load two magazines at a time? do they want me to buy a box of ammo at the range every ten minutes? As was stated prior, I have no interest in the opinion of someone who doesn't know about firearms.
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I only have 5 to 6,000 rounds per family member. How much is too much?
That's not enough.
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I only have 5 to 6,000 rounds per family member. How much is too much?
One of your family members can trade his ammo on a new house these days...or fill his car up with gasoline.
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