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Old 04-27-2009, 06:40 PM
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USA Buys Enough Guns in 3 Months To Outfit, the Entire Chinese and Indian Army

USA Buys Enough Guns in 3 Months to Outfit the Entire Chinese and Indian Army Law abiding US citizens bought on average 3,177,256 guns every 3 months in 2008.

EveryTown, USA (AmmoLand.com)- In just 3 months Americans bought enough guns to outfit the entire Chinese and Indian armys combined.

You also bought 1,529,635,000 rounds of ammunition in just the month of December 2008. Yeah that is right, that is Billion with a B.

This is an evaluation of overall firearms and ammunition purchases based on low end numbers per Federal NIC instacheck data base. The numbers presented are only PART of the overall numbers of arms and ammunition that have been sold. The actual numbers are much higher.

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USA Buys Enough Guns to Outfit the Entire Chinese

I don't know about you, but this sounds like good news to me.
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PRETTY FUNNY!!!!! NO WONDER I CAN'T FIND AMMO
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Holy crap those are some big numbers. And I am proud to say I helped those numbers grow
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PRETTY FUNNY!!!!! NO WONDER I CAN'T FIND AMMO
the finding ammo is not much of a joke, i can't find 12ga steel for clay pigeons in my area. i looking into driving to Reno to get some at Cabella's.
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Old 04-27-2009, 06:48 PM
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sweet..... i need to do my part too.....
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That was great to see, and hear I knew I had some friedns in Texas, but it sounds like WE have friends all over this country
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Old 05-07-2009, 06:47 AM
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Hey Mike,
I may have missed it in the link, but do those number include
ONLY purchases by private citizens? Not Govt purchases for
military, law enforcement, etc?
Sounds like fodder for the left-wing "how many guns do you NEED"
crowd.

Personally, I need more guns, and a LOT more ammo.

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Holy crap those are some big numbers. And I am proud to say I helped those numbers grow




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Hey Mike,
I may have missed it in the link, but do those number include
ONLY purchases by private citizens? Not Govt purchases for
military, law enforcement, etc?
Sounds like fodder for the left-wing "how many guns do you NEED"
crowd.

Personally, I need more guns, and a LOT more ammo.

Don't we all
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Old 05-07-2009, 06:52 AM
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Symbols, I don't get it, what is with the random numbers? I few people do that here , and it never made sense to me
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