Just a quick one for you today, gentle Jews and Gentiles of the shooting persuasion.
While it has come as no surprise to anyone that the current gun ownership "difficulties" that exist these dark days, have cause something of a rush and depletion of the available firearms and ammunition stockpiles at your favorite supplier. However, I was not expecting what I saw yesterday during my little trip out to Cabelas for the day in Pennsylvania.
Literally, empty ammo shelves where there used to be every conceivable form and caliber of ammunition available to mankind. Gone.
Gone too were the components for making ammo. Bullets, primers, brass and the reloading machines and most of the associated equipment were gone too. Bare gun racks, bare handgun cases, bare everything that had to do with shooting.
Sad and funny at the same time were the sights of grown men and women wandering through the aisles with glazed stares, seemingly wondering if shoving any of the frugally available, off-caliber rifle rounds into their handgun could work until the crisis was over. The Cabelas employees, looking tired of answering the same question again and again, began sympathetically shaking their heads, "no", as each person approached, only to be shocked into wide-eyed surprise if the question was anything other than future availability of gun food.
How long could or shall this last? The next couple of months will tell, depending on what our "representatives" decide is best for us. Get involved, gun owners and future gun owners, alike. Get involved.
This Jew Shoots Guns... Or he will, when he can get his hands on something to load his guns with.