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  1. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post

    As far as Im concerned, DHS shouldnt exist in the first place as well as most of these other big government agencies.
    Did you feel that way before 2003 when DHS didn't exist but all the other agencies still did but under other departments?
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Did you feel that way before 2003 when DHS didn't exist but all the other agencies still did but under other departments?
    Yes...I dont believe in big government. Alot of other agencies that did exist prior to 2003 I dont agree with either. Im a firm believer in small government, and a right to bear arms.

    This is just getting into politics though, and how goverment should be run.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post

    Yes...I dont believe in big government. Alot of other agencies that did exist prior to 2003 I dont agree with either. Im a firm believer in small government, and a right to bear arms.

    This is just getting into politics though, and how goverment should be run.
    Just making sure you weren't one of those people thinking DHS is some big new thing lol
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Sean1332 View Post
    Just making sure you weren't one of those people thinking DHS is some big new thing lol
    Dont get me wrong either...Im all for the idea of "homeland security," I just think our local, sheriff and state police should handle the responsibility and condense the budget so they are well equipped (and well payed) instead of having huge government department which lead to larger bureaucracy (if that makes sense, lol.)

    Having people (voluntarily, and law abiding type of course) stocking up on arms, being well trained and prepared is a huge contribution to homeland security as well. Too many strict gun laws, I have a clean record pay my taxes but Im not allowed to have a concealed here in NY.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by mrgoodbar0 View Post
    That's what's even more interesting. DHS has a very small minority of armed personnel, that being the case why do they need all of that ammo, and armored vehicles?
    ok...as a gun owner myself, that tells me that i need to do some stockpiling of ammo also!!!
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    ok...as a gun owner myself, that tells me that i need to do some stockpiling of ammo also!!!
    That's another problem... Good luck finding any to stock pile.

    Here's a video for everyone to watch, the DHS has been asked WHY they need this stuff, they won't answer.

    youtube - youtu.be/HbfjxjpKoR8

  7. DHS is now purchasing an additional 360,000 rounds of hollow point ammo.

    “Commercial leaded training ammo (CLTA) Pistol .40 caliber 165 grain, jacketed hollow point.”

    https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportun...=core&_cview=0
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by ax1 View Post
    DHS is now purchasing an additional 360,000 rounds of hollow point ammo.

    “Commercial leaded training ammo (CLTA) Pistol .40 caliber 165 grain, jacketed hollow point.”

    Why "TRAIN" with hollow points? It's bull**** - not for training.

  9. DHS Seeks Millions More Rounds of Ammunition

    Market survey asks companies if they can provide 2 million bullets within 30-60 day period

    Paul Joseph Watson
    May 3, 2013


    The Department of Homeland Security has released a market survey asking companies if they are able to provide 2 million rounds of ammunition within a short time period, increasing concerns that the federal agency is continuing its arms build up in preparation for domestic unrest

    With the DHS already having committed to purchasing over 1.6 billion bullets over the course of the last year, a “request for information” on “reduced hazard training ammunition” posted on the FedBizOpps website quizzes bullet manufacturers on how fast they can supply large quantities of ammo;


    - Are you capable of producing large quantity orders of any training caliber specified with a short turnaround time of 30-60 days?

    - What would your lead time be for an order of 2 million rounds of a single type listed above?

    - If you were awarded a contract for some of the calibers listed above, submitted a production lot of one million rounds and that lot or portion of the lot was not accepted, would you be able to replace that order with an additional one million rounds within 60 days?

    The DHS’s apparent urge to find companies that can supply them with millions of rounds of ammunition within a short time frame will do little to calm concerns that the federal agency is making contingency plans for riots or some form of social dislocation.

    The federal agency’s need to find companies that can commit to manufacturing large quantities of bullets quickly also lends credence to claimsmade by a firearms manufacturer who called into the Michael Savage show in March that the DHS is trying to exhaust ammunition supplies as part of an end run around the Second Amendment.

    Ammunition is becoming increasingly scarce, with gun stores across the nation forced to resort to bullet rationing in an attempt to satisfy as many customers as they can, while some police departments are having to barter between themselves to meet demand.

    The market survey also indicates that the DHS is interested in purchasing ammunition that will safely fragment when fired against an “armor steel plate,” which will only serve to stoke fears that the feds are gearing up to use the ammunition in an offensive manner.

    Despite official denials backed up by unquestioning media reports that the DHS is buying an abnormal amount of bullets, the Government Accountability Office announced earlier this week that an investigation of the purchases is “just getting underway.”
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  10. For anybody that is familiar with Half Past Human & webbot, remote viewing, and forecasted earth changes and has one hour and 40 minutes of free time, check out the May 4th Wujo at halfpasthuman.com by Cliff High. I'd link the youtube audio, but the site says I have to have 150 posts or more to post links --> which makes no sense as I've posted pictures in the past. Can admin bypass this for me???

  11. Rand Paul 2016. I hope they're buying ammo to just dry up the supply, and not start another civil war

  12. Quote Originally Posted by halfNelson89 View Post
    Rand Paul 2016. I hope they're buying ammo to just dry up the supply, and not start another civil war
    Could be both reasons

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Fobra View Post
    Could be both reasons
    My money is on both.
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