Yesterday there was another terrible shooting involving multiple victims in a public place. Three people dead including the shooter at a mall in Maryland. On January 9th a student was shot in a high school in Tennessee. On January 13th a 71 year old ex-cop shot a man for texting in a movie theater. The next day a student at a Middle School shot two of his classmates with a shotgun. On the same day a student was shot near Albany High School in Georgia.
2013 no doubt will bring back many memories of mass shootings.
Many of these are making the national news – some are not. Point is these events are “ammunition” for the gun control crowd. Although there may not be a huge push in Congress for anti-gun legislation – it is not a matter of “if” but more a matter of “when”.
I continue to remind people to remember back when you could not buy a PMAG AR magazine for less than $40-$50 and the availability of ammunition was pretty much non-existent. The target items of the anti-gun crowd are largely available and pricing is almost back to normal. Take advantage of it and continue to put back ammunition, magazines, and firearms as someday all you have might be all you will ever have.
CardSharp Credit Card Sized Foldig Knife: Really cool folding knife that stores away like a credit card.
Mountain House “Just in Case” Classic Bucket: At under $60.00 with Free Shipping this a great deal if you are looking to add freeze dried food to your food storage system. Great way of buying and trying – or for storing.
Roll of Bank Line material: Paracord is great for many uses but often is overkill for some jobs. Bank Line is thinner than paracord and not as strong – but hundreds of feet will fit on one roll. Lots of uses.
Mora Craftline Trade Knife: Legendary Scandinavian steel blade at a very reasonable price. High value.
Paracord Spool Tool: Awesome invention which holds up to 100 feet of paracord, a Bic lighter, and includes a built-in blade for cutting. What a fantastic idea.
Condor Recon Chest Rig: Condor used to get torn apart for producing crap. Times have changed and they are now known for making quality products at great prices.
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