The following is republished from angrywhitedude.com with permission.
Gun stores are finally replenishing their inventories. Mark Kelly and other anti-gun libs can finally scratch their AR itch. Ammo? That’s another story. Bullets are harder to find than Keely Hazell at a New Jersey rest stop. Walmart, where America buys bullets, has imposed a three-box limit on ammo—if you can find a box. Which you cannot. Most is purchased before it hits the shelves . . .
One culprit for ammo scarcity: the unprecedented four-year firearms buying spree. If you’ve purchased an AR in .223, 5.56, or .308, or a .38, .357, .40, .45 caliber recently, the only way you’ll be able to defend yourself with it is to use that sumbitch as a hammer! Just sayin’.
The federal government has been buying ammo like George Soros buys Democrats. Yes, that would be the same federal government that seeks to impose gun control tyranny on American citizens by scaling back or the total destruction of the Second Amendment. Speaking of which . . .
To protest the rash of anti-gun state legislation since the Sandy Hook spree killing, numerous gun manufacturers have stopped selling to state and local police agencies in states where their products are unlawful for regular citizens. At last count, AWD (that’s me) found 118 companies that have quit selling to government.
None of which include the big boys: Smith & Wesson, Colt and Glock, for example. There’s talk of a consumer boycott of manufacturers who don’t join the Firearms Equality Movement. Meanwhile, where the hell are the ammunition manufacturers in this ban?
Ammunition manufacturers should have launched an ammo equality movement back when New Jersey banned hollow point (a.k.a., “cop killer”) ammo outside the home. But now’s the time for them to step up. If cops have the same trouble getting ammo as the rest of us, they will take notice. And on up the food chain.
AWD calls on every ammunition manufacturer to refuse to enter into another contract with any federal or state government entity except for those that supply the US military. No more bullets for Big Sis at DHS. No more ammo for the IRS. No more for the Weather and Oceanographic people! If they run through all the billions of rounds they’ve purchased before ammo can be found and affordably priced, let them learn archery!
We gun owners must pressure any ammunition manufacturer holding contracts with the federal government to make this their last. We’ll take up the slack! Fulfill the contract and then start filling the stockpiles of American citizens. It’s win – win. And if an ammo maker doesn’t ban sales to states trampling on the Second Amendment, we’ll boycot them! Won’t we? Guys?