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    Well crude oil jumped over $25 today. With this $700 billion bail out the US dollar is for sure going down the toilet. I think I'm going to go stock up on some ammo tomorrow

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    Good idea. It might become the only acceptable hard currency.

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    Been doing that for awhile. Shed getting full. More ordered last week. Ammo is sexy.

    Woe is me. I iz sick!:celebrate

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    Is 35,000 roundsin .45, .38/.357, 9MM, .223 & .308 enough or should I startbuying again after 5 years of truck payments.I finallypaid the truck off last May?I forgot to count the .22 LR.
    Revelation 1911 - And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.

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    Mobeewan:

    I wanted to give you my sympathy in advance of your ammo being "lost at sea" next week. hint hint

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    35,000 is a good amount, but you can never really have too much. If this economic crisis really does turn out to be TEOTWAWKI, then as someone else stated, not only will lots of ammo be needed for survival, but it will likely turn out to be one of the most valuable barter items in existence. People with lots of ammo will come out of such a crisis wealthy.

    I know I don't have anywhere near enough, but I'm working on it.

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    35,000 is a good amount, but you can never really have too much
    Unless, of course, you have to MOVE it!

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    i just got my Christmas present early.... Yugo M70ab2....

    can't risk wait until the election with all the panic buying out there.

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    I was told by a sporting goods employee in wally world that all Remington ammunition will be up another3-6% by the end of the year at the minimum.

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    I'm in the process of stocking up on ammo for all my guns. I've got a bad feeling that no matter who wins the presidential election, crap is going to hit the fan.

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    im not so much worried about gun bans because i aint given them up, but i am worried about looting, rioting and lawlessness in the event of economic meltdown.

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