Rudy Gulliani is now trying to paint himself as a moderate supporter of the 2nd Amendment. Read it here.
Remember the old saying about how Musolini made the trains run on time? Well, Giuliani did bring NYC crime levels down but at the expense of civil liberties. However, many New Yorkers didn’t care that people were being denied rights as long as it made the streets safer. My point is that Giuliani is probably a better choice than Obama and Hillary but he is no friend of your gun rights. Make no mistake, people – there is NO candidate running right now (except possibly Ron Paul) who can be considered ‘gun friendly’.
No matter who gets elected, they will not be your friend on the issue of guns. They’ll re-authorize magazine bans, assault weapon bans, etc, etc.
You’ve got approx. six months left to buy the things you need before everyone else reads the handwriting on the wall and prices skyrocket.
Here’s your shopping list: 10/22 mags, Glock mags, SIG mags, CZ mags, ParaOrd mags, HK mags, AR mags and receivers, .50 BMG ammo, .50 BMG guns, 8# kegs of powder, 5k pc. Sleeves of primers, etc.
Personally, I’ve done all I can – I’ve given you guys good deals on AR receivers and AR mags but the rest is up to you.
So Im puttering around in the bunker and while I haven’t reached the perfect quantity on some things I have achieved a Very Comfortable Level on all of them. I don’t have as much ammo as Id like (hey, who does) but I have plenty for pretty much any situation…same for food. So once the guns and butter are done whats left? Well, sadly, the truly expensive stuff –
Backup power for the home
Reliable and durable dedicated vehicle
Secondary Location (i.e. A Chunk Of Nowhere)
Oh sure, I can always use another dozen Glock mags, another case of MRE’s, another package of Duracells, and that sort of thing…but realistically, Im OK on those things for now (actually, a bit beyond OK) so its time to focus on a few other necessities. Unfortunately, as I said, the cheap preps are pretty much done. All that’s left is the expensive ones.
I’m taking the fuel cans that I am keeping to the local carwash this weekend. I figure I’ll dump a few bucks in quarters into the machine, grab the wand and soap up and wash out the fuel cans in case theres any residue of anything ungasolinelike. Once that’s done, I’ll let them dry thoroughly, rinse them out again with some gas, and then fill ‘em up. After that I’ll wipe down the exteriors with some WD40 and put ‘em away for that Rainy Day.
Winter approacheth! The mornings and nights are getting cold so its going to be time to break out the uber awesome fabulous flectarn parka. Also time to put the Cold Weather module into my Everyday Bag. And, if the gods permit it, go hunting this season.