Just stocked up on a few thousand rounds of pistol ammo. I got a great price ($12.50 a box) from a private seller; he'd gotten into reloading and had no use for his factory ammo, plus had switched to .45 ACP (I guess celebrating the year of the 1911). We need a bunch of ammo for an upcoming pistol class and I figured that I might as well pick up an extra case given the awesome price. It isn't like ammo really goes bad, after all.
This makes me appreciate the impact that stupid laws like California's defunct AB 962. AB 962 is so broad that it might prohibit private transfers of ammo which would keep people from clearing out their old ammo stocks.
It also makes me appreciate how retarded the media is about "arsenals." Three cases of pistol ammo is not that much, but you better believe that the media would crow about it being a huge deal if someone had a few thousand rounds of pistol ammo at home. Heck, in some states, that's likely probable cause for... something! Actually, it is even worse... I sought out FMJ (aka "cop killer" bullets by gun grabbers) because it causes less leading in firearms and is easier to clean afterwords.
Rivers good for a Zodiac...
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