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    Due to California's virtual ban on ammo, I will be driving to Yuma to purchase mine. Is there a good amount of ammo in Yuma? I'll be looking for .45 acp, 30-06, .22 long, and 12 gauge.
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    Iv'e been thinking of opening an ammo store in Yuma. :celebrate



    I will be charging you guy's double though for letting the idiots gain control over there.




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    TOF wrote:
    Iv'e been thinking of opening an ammo store in Yuma. :celebrate



    I will be charging you guy's double though for letting the idiots gain control over there.



    Hey thats not nice!!!!! We're working on changing that at least in San Diego. Check out Jay Lasuer http://www.sheriffjay.org/
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    A new Sheriff is a start and if Joe endorses him he will probably enforce the law.

    That Kommie Guvenator needs booted too.

    Good luck
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    Well the govenator is termed out so hes out next year no matter what. If you do open that store be sure to plug it in the CA section. So what is the ammo supply like in Yuma btw?
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    I have no idea. You are closer to Yuma than I.
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    Most likely everybody in Winterhaven has already cleaned the shelves in Yuma. 'Best call ahead 'fore crossin' the desert.

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    Bet Harry Reed never imagined his high speed train to LA would be used to haul
    ammo out of Nevada as fast as people can make a round trip.
    Should drive NLV nuts all those UOC kommies walking from train station up to
    the gun stores and back to the train with pallets of bullets, and not a blue card
    among them. Is the time limit accumulative? figure 2 hrs a trip after 36 trips you
    need to have your gun registered.:X
    This could be the second rail line to make a profit.

    Could be a great answer to the pc12031e checks....
    "Of course it's unloaded, you can't buy ammo"
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    The Sprauges gun store we have here in Yuma is about the largest and most stocked store in the entire southwest. All throughout the Obama scare they always had a decent amount of ammunition on hand. We could use another ammo store though! One that carries more surplus and foreign "odd ball" calibers. Ammo stores do very well here, business wise.

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