Feds undercut ammo supply

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  1. terrylf72

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    All the research I have done says that this was changed.
     
  3. markw76

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    NRA posted today that after a few in congress talked to DoD, small arms brass would no longer be required to be destroyed, but sold as usual.
     
  4. Doc In UPlace

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    About 8.3 Million rounds being used in Iraq every month, not much of a mystery as to where the ammo went, is it?
     
  5. markw76

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    Commercial loaders are required to fulfill military contracts before they can make any for the civilian market. I can wait no problem, I just wish when 800K go on sale somewhere, it would last longer than 3 hours. I suspect someone is hoarding that has more money than I do. :(
     
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    it is sweetbeard lol have you seen his ammo stash pics
     
  7. markw76

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    Yes. Had to be 'shopped. Nobody has that much ammo.
     
  8. CharlesAFerg

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    I haven't seen Sweetbeard posting on the board in ages.
     
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    Banned....:paranoid:
     
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    don't mention his name... last time I did, the thread got locked:paranoid::paranoid::paranoid: 'we can not have dissension amongst zie ranks :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
     
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    Doc In Place,Are you saying all of our ammo is being used in Iraq ? ARE YOU KIDDING ME ? That's funny !
     
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    I haven't done the research, but I hear on talk radio how the current administration wants to crack down on ammo sales, reduce the quality of ammo. Please send info that others have tracked, besides the worldnetdaily (not that there is anything wrong with their columns).
     
  13. markw76

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    I wouldn't going buying into any news mentioning "reduced quality" or shorter shelf-life ammo. They tried that a few years ago and it was all horse hockey. Chemically impossible for one thing. Much easier to tax it to heck or TRY to pass legislation requiring a license or something, which would very likely be tied up in the courts for years before being struck down. The states or local governments might get away with that but anything federal like that would trigger a huge fit of retching from the body politic.
     
  14. Trlsmn

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    I picked up a tin of 7.62 x 25 from Northwestfirearms Top Poster a couple of hours ago at the gun show.:thumbup:
     

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