Monday, March 16, 2020

Sales Of Guns, Ammunition Skyrocket Amid Coronavirus Concerns: ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’

 KAZAN, RUSSIA - JANUARY 11, 2017: A nonlethal pistol for sale at the Guns House shop. Yegor Aleyev/TASS (Photo by Yegor Aleyev\TASS via Getty Images)

Sales of guns, ammunition, and “survival gear” are skyrocketing this week, amid concerns that the coronavirus could lead to breakdown in civil order or even a suspension of weapons sales, according to Business Insider.

Stores specializing in the “sales of survival gear like ready-to-eat meals, guns and ammunition” are experiencing a boom, and some retailers are even struggling to keep such items in stock.

More @ The Daily Wire


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I raffled off my larger items last year and bought these. (I remember Cousin John won one of the items.)  Very convenient and you have an empty ammo can to use afterwards.

Your food can stay fresh for up to 25 years. Foods are grown and packed in the USA. 

1-Week Food Supply Ammo Can (1,500+ calories/day)

More @ My Patriot Supply


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