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Nov 05 2012

Fears of an Obama Win Stoke Gun Sales

Compliments of Sad Hill News.

By now it’s obvious that America has been fed to the teeth with the malignant lie formerly known as Hope & Change. All the same, Obama still has the “mainstream” media on his side and will likely benefit from industrial scale voter fraud, so the situation is still scary enough to send gun sales through the roof:


Even if sanity prevails, Obama can be expected to wreak havoc as a lame duck. If not, he will have four years of “more flexibility,” with no future elections to worry about. Our precious right to bear arms, upon which all other rights depend, would be an obvious target. Stock up on ammo.

On a tip from Oiao.

11 Responses to “Fears of an Obama Win Stoke Gun Sales”

  1. czuch says:

    Private sales, a box a payday.
    Gettem while theyre legal, stash em when theyre not.

  2. sth_txs says:

    Well, I have to admit, even though Romney is liberal in drag like most north east Republicans, even he could not win this award.

  3. j2 says:

    i bought some ammo over the weekend. my local sporting goods stores are running thin on ammo. one only had 2 boxes of 08. the price is somewhat stable (approx $16/box .308); but with DHS, Agr., and even Dept of Ed, etc buying ammo at an alarming rate i don’t expect prices to stay here.

    i agree w/czuch – i’ve been telling all who will listen to buy as you can. even a little is better than none.

    the bad guys won’t have to confiscate if we can’t obtain ammo.

  4. AC says:

    Shame I lost all mine in a boating accident.

  5. hiram says:

    AC, was that you I saw last summer in the next boat over on Lake Ponchartrain? Weird… I lost all my firearms that day, too!

    Too bad that lake is so murky & deep…

  6. dan says:

    A word to the prudent:
    store ammunition in army surplus (green) ammo cans….
    survives a fire with NO penetrations….
    you don’t want to hear about how I learned

  7. Son of Taz says:

    Just like the old ads for the almond growers “a can a week, that’s all we ask.”

    Only exchange the almonds for some serious brass.

  8. The chart does not break out specifically private gun sales. So this could be a bad news story for American citizens of state, federal and local police arming themselves (and buying the firepower with your tax dollars) to oppress you in the future.

  9. Ginsengbull says:

    Aim and squeeze the trigger.

    Don’t spray, and it goes a long way.

  10. 762x51 says:

    If you are just now buying a gun, you are already dead.

    Went to a gun show last weekend, there were more people there than I have seen at any show in the last 35 years. Unbelievable! The funny thing was most seemed like they had never seen a firearm except on TV. Based on the questions I heard asked most were clueless, now that is dangerous.

    I saw one of those prepper shows last night on TV and the “man of the house” was showing these two women “how to handle a firearm” and the two women were standing there side by side each holding a long gun, Ruger 10/22’s and the whole time he is talking to them the one has her muzzle pointed at the other. Apparently the safety briefing was not part of his range protocol. Not a clue in the group.

  11. Vic Kelley says:

    Private sale is the only way to go. Not just for privacy but also to get a deal that is anything resembling fair. Gun store and gun show prices these past few years have been loco.

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