To arms. Now is the time. Not to fight but to get ready to fight. And you can’t fight with a protest sign, banner or a loud voice. America is a wonderful wonderland of legal weaponry. The right wing has assured that small arms would be available to almost everyone. Even people not allowed to buy guns can go to gun shows and get them. If you believe trouble is coming then you better believe the ‘liberal’ idea of having guns available to everyone is going to quickly go the way of the Dodo. Stock up on guns and ammunition. Long guns are best with semi-automatic large long range calibers best. I am not encouraging insurrection or revolution. I am encouraging prudence and safety.
When and if the wheels come off the one thing you can be assured of, and take this from a long experience combat and intelligence expert, is that you won’t be able to figure out where the ‘trouble’ is going to come from or strike. Don’t be the subject of the inquest, the box holder at the funeral or the mark at the poker table. Do your homework and prepare to the best of your ability, especially if you have children. I don’t need guns personally because I know exactly where to get them if needed and how to get the if needed.
You don’t have that experience or background. Stock up. Never ever thought I would write anything like this in my whole life!
what quantity and caliber would you recommend
There are only two rifle calibers you want to mess with. 7.62, which is known as .308 also and 30-06 known as thirty caliber.
Both powerful rounds capable of hard hitting accurate and long range strikes. Semi-auto is preferred although in the right hands a
fine bolt action works really well. The reason for these calibers is the amount of ammo out there and the varieties of it.
You should only expect to have about four hundred rounds laying around. By the way, this caliber and this amount (don’t buy an
assault rifle of any kind) can be easily taken to be for hunting and you want that. Predator/prey conduct, whether offensive
or defensive should have deception at its very foundation. If you are going to buy at a gun show from a private dealer then
make sure you look down the barrel with a good light to make sure you have sharp lands and grooves and they should be fairly
shiny. Get a good Leupold scope with a variable power (like 2X10 magnification). If you are thinking of night defense then
you also need night vision in the III generation. There’s a lot of good stuff out there in that area but it’s fairly expensive.