posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 05:52 PM
The original video obviously has it's own agenda and bias, and hence cannot be taken as real news. Deny ignorance, deny hyperbole and deny paranoid
claims not based upon any empirical fact. That used to be the law of the forum here at ATS but has long since fallen aside to paranoia and baseless
fantastical claims. First, when I was in the infantry at Fort Benning many years ago, my own training platoon, aprox 50 men, burned through well over
a million rounds during our weeks of weapons training, I know this number as I was assigned armory and supply duty for our various training missions.
Hell, now that I'm a civilian again and simply go out for a day or two with a buddy to the woods, we burn at least 1000 rounds (we do reload and have
so for over 20 years) each through multiple guns just chilling. To imply 1.6 billion rounds is some ridiculous sky is falling paranoid they're going
to come and get you amount for the DHS is ignorant at best, and ludicrous at least. Hollow points, so what, hollow points are no more "deadly" in
the hands of a trained shooter than fmj, tmj, or any other type of round. They are simply designed to transfer energy better and prevent over
penetration. The military uses fmj not hollow points, and they ONLY shoot to kill, does that not cross your feeble minds in your argument that hollow
points are specifically for killing people.