People know by now, every chance the gun grabbers can point a finger and use a tragedy to restrict guns they will. Clinton's assault weapons ban and waco go hand and hand.
The worse thing people can do is cower and stop buying guns.. The government knows what the south will rise again means.
If they came for the guns, the south will rise again.
Originally posted by seabag
reply to post by benrl
I have to say I am planing on getting some items I have been holding off on, all before Nov now...
Have a few rifles have been on my shopping list for too long, need to hurry up and get them.
Based on everything I’m reading I think you might have to wait in line!
The day after the shooting, after I heard the first talk of “assault weapons” and “high capacity magazines”, I ordered two more 100 round BETA mags (like the shooter used) for my AR because I knew they would be the first (and easiest) on their list of things to ban.
When the government threatens – people respond.
Smart move armatec does make the 150 rounders, and hope they weren't the korean knock offs buy as much as you can and so do other people.
For two reasons:
More gun laws and prices will go up hell buy bulk ammo too it's not like it has a shelf life and ammunition has gone up and has been in short supply for the last 3 years.
Smart move not to take any chances.
Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by seabag
You gotta love it. For every time they even make is FEEL like they will take our guns, it gets that much harder to actually take our guns.
The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today applauds the decision by the United States to not sign the proposed International Arms Trade Treaty, and CCRKBA credits grassroots action for the gun rights victory.
CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb, who is at the United Nations in New York, said the announcement came Friday morning after a week of intense negotiations.
“I think the grassroots surge by American gun owners against this treaty convinced our government to not sign this document,” Gottlieb said. “The proposed treaty, as written, poses serious problems for our gun rights, and the sovereignty of our Second Amendment.”
I have never had much use for high cap magazines myself save two 30 rounders for 3-gun.
Beginning Monday straight through to today I've spent about two weeks salary on everything from more 30-rounders to surefire 60's and 100's and even a god-awful beta cmag that is known to be junk but that's not the point. The point is under the '94 ban $200 cmag's were going for $500-$700.
As long as there is AWB and high-cap ban chatter putting cash into everything these politicians hate is better than putting it into an IRA.
everybody runs out & gets a gun, great now we have alot of people with guns that never had one before
if i was a gun hater this would be great just set back and count the shootings as they go up..a normal domestic fight will now be a shooting.i cant wate to see what happens next
Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
reply to post by seabag
Great Graphic (might want to lablel the respective lines tho).
A Picture is worth 1000 words.
Originally posted by links234
I have an honest question for...most of you it seems: Why are you buying guns now? What was so drastically different from this period than three weeks ago?