Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Ammo Shortage
If you have tried ordering ammunition lately you could be on a waiting list. The amount of ammunition for purchase by citizens is becoming sparse in supply but Congressman Morgan Griffith says ”These large ammunition purchases are contributing to shortages throughout the country. It is not just DHS. Also purchasing a large amount of ammunition is the Social Security Administration and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The weather people. Interestingly, the Administration believes the people who help predict the weather need to be able to protect themselves for some reason but they don’t think that regular, law-abiding citizens have the same needs.” Griffith says the Department of Homeland Security uses one thousand more rounds per person than the Army. (CC)

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