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12 hours ago, Stealthycat said:

shortages of food / TP etc ... in the inner cities I'd think even a 5% dip in unemployment would be huge but ... so far, I'm wrong and people are not doing it

if/when food EVER becomes a real shortage? it will be mass chaos, people will do anything to eat and/or feed their families 

I don't see food shortages becoming an issue at all unless we shut down transit.  Unemployment and people being stuck at home with nothing to do is more of a concern for me.

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1 hour ago, Hawkeye21 said:

I don't see food shortages becoming an issue at all unless we shut down transit.  Unemployment and people being stuck at home with nothing to do is more of a concern for me.

you don't see the panic and hoarding and overbuying ?  literally sugar, flour, beans, frozen entree's, meats .... gone off the shelves in every store, paper towels, toilet paper, all alcohol's and fever medicines .... and that's just the pre-covid-19 rush

what if it got real ? What if it mutates into a 20% kill rate virus? me? I have two refig's and a deep freezer and I can survive 2 months on what food I have. Those small inner city apartments? How long do you think they'd last and then ??

I'm just saying ... its real. People are buying guns to protect what they have. I'd guess a lot of them maybe never had guns before. They see the real too

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20 minutes ago, Stealthycat said:

you don't see the panic and hoarding and overbuying ?  literally sugar, flour, beans, frozen entree's, meats .... gone off the shelves in every store, paper towels, toilet paper, all alcohol's and fever medicines .... and that's just the pre-covid-19 rush

what if it got real ? What if it mutates into a 20% kill rate virus? me? I have two refig's and a deep freezer and I can survive 2 months on what food I have. Those small inner city apartments? How long do you think they'd last and then ??

I'm just saying ... its real. People are buying guns to protect what they have. I'd guess a lot of them maybe never had guns before. They see the real too

If it mutates and kills more then, yes, there will be a bigger panic.  If it stays the course right now, I don't see things getting too bad when it comes to supplies.  I don't think it hurts to be prepared though.

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54 minutes ago, Chicago Hooligan said:

This dude thinks he's watching the nightly news when really he's had a copy of RoboCop stuck in his VCR since 1993.

am I "this dude" ??

 

you mean like this ?  

 

https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/march-shatters-monthly-gun-sales-record-as-u-s-faces-down-threat-of-coronavirus/

March Shatters Monthly Gun Sales Record as U.S. Faces Down Threat of Coronavirus

More than 2.5 million guns sold in March"

 

 

 

 

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40 minutes ago, Stealthycat said:

am I "this dude" ??

 

you mean like this ?  

 

https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/march-shatters-monthly-gun-sales-record-as-u-s-faces-down-threat-of-coronavirus/

March Shatters Monthly Gun Sales Record as U.S. Faces Down Threat of Coronavirus

More than 2.5 million guns sold in March"

 

 

 

 

I'm curious how many people bought those 2.5 million guns?

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19 hours ago, Hawkeye21 said:

I'm curious how many people bought those 2.5 million guns?

yeah I don't know but, people who have guns I'd think wouldn't be as afraid ... I mean we can protect our families right now. The people not having any means? I'd think they'd be more apt.

 

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I think this is the right thread for this comment. 

If we can argue opening the country up, even though lives will be lost, then we can apply the same concept when determining any gun bans. If the economics out way the deaths, then it should be simple. 

Guns, ammo, hunting accessories, licenses, etc is a roughly a $50-100 billion industry.  

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9 hours ago, KCitons said:

I think this is the right thread for this comment. 

If we can argue opening the country up, even though lives will be lost, then we can apply the same concept when determining any gun bans. If the economics out way the deaths, then it should be simple. 

Guns, ammo, hunting accessories, licenses, etc is a roughly a $50-100 billion industry.  

My guess is most that want to open up are also pro-gun, so I am not sure where the argument or debate would really come from. 

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On 4/1/2020 at 3:04 PM, Stealthycat said:

100% agree

 

that said ... I'm very surprised there hasn't been rioting in big cities and massive spikes in crime ... and it could still come 

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