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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Coming To A "Hive" Near You?

H/T to Bob in KY


  1. Operation Greif, 1944.

    Didn't work then, either.

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    1. Yes, but can one ever have enough? LOL

    2. I picked up a new 22lr for the kids today and some primers for me and some 223.

      Funny I had to drive one of the kids 60 miles to a larger center because a classmate was having 2hr birthday party at a fun park there. I figured I'd sit in the truck for 2hrs while waiting rather than drive homd and have to turn right around again to come get umm.

      Across from the park was a community center with a big sign advertising a gun show today.


    3. I attended a small gun show Saturday too Exile1981. It was a small to medium size show. There wasn't a whole lot of ammo to be had, but what was there was reasonably priced as were the guns. There were quite a few hunting/sporting guns there and more AR and polymer pistols than I would have expected. I saw on WW2 German Luger. Probably one of the best bargains I saw was a .308 CETME rifle with green plastic G3 furniture and 100 twenty round magazines priced for $1,150.00 The most interesting thing I saw was a transferable 1928 Thompson submachinegun in "good" condition. The asking price was $30,000.00. The guy was about ten thousand dollar to higher than the current going prices.

  3. Get it now while Ammo is still great supply and prices.
    I regularly use a popular Ammo site and usually can purchase 1000 rds 5.56 /62 grn for under $300 shipped to the door in a metal military ammo can to boot. Cheaper than Wally-World & SA prices.

  4. Keep in mind this commrade call to arms poster, could also be geared to incite Pro-Trumpers into overly aggressive reactionary responses, using Reverse psychology. But this is why I carry to 2 cans of 25 yard range BEAR MACE.... its a crowd pleaser ☺ Noc-Noc

  5. SGammo.com is a great small family business that has good prices and fair shipping. Great customer service.

  6. And to add to everything else on the 4th:

    According to The National Association for Amateur Radio (ARRL), elements of the US Department of Defense (DOD) will simulate a “communications interoperability” training exercise across the United States on November 04-06. The announcement released on October 24 has not been widely distributed to the media, because the drill is simulating a total grid collapse and could spark public fear.


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