Chris Muir's Day By Day

Sunday, March 04, 2012

Word.

This country has plenty of firearms. But I would guess that 95% of their owners have no more than a 50 round box or two of ammo for each of them, and they consider that plenty.

So, if you already have a rifle, a shotgun and a sidearm -- and are COMPETENT with each -- don't spend all your money on an upgrade rifle, spend it on ammunition. If you are not competent with them all, spend the money on training. Training, local organization and logistics are the hard elements of preparedness. Guns are easy.


Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars comments on gun owners' fright that Obama, re-elected and with no need to worry about consequences, will double down on gun control efforts.

1 comment:

BobG said...

Ideally, you should have at least 500 rounds per firearm, more if you can afford it.
Just my opinion.