Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Send Em Straight To Hell
































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5 comments:

Rufus Welch said...

Saw that article on Drudge yesterday and almost sent it to you. I figured you guys would know about it and wouldn't want to get spammed.
Yeah, I don't know why our soldiers over there don't take up pig farming and herd them around like they do sheep. the IEDs would not get planted on roads so much with a constant pig patrol going on.

Allah forbid someone get offended now.

CharlieDelta said...

I like the idea of it, especially because the PC Police have their little panties in a twist over it, but $1.75/round seems steep to me for .223 Rem. even with the pig blood factored in.

I think the last time I bought .223 Rem. it was in 2007, and I paid $0.21/round. I know the price of ammo. in every caliber has skyrocketed in the last few years (for obvious reasons) so maybe this is a fair price for the current market, but I just can't fathom it costing $52.50 to load just one 30-round magazine...

It would be more cost effective for me to just go buy my own fuggin' pig and gut the bastard and dip my bullets in his blood, AND I could do that while eating a shit-ton of bacon too!

Rayvet said...

Ha Ha CD, it's obvious you haven't been price shopping ammo lately. I too loaded up a while back, but the other day, I found what was considered a "good deal" on .223 and it was like .98/round. Crazy high. And a 30 round magazine clip? You be some crazy murdering SOB aren't you. Us sane people can't wait until you shoot the bullets out of that magazine clip so it won't be able to be used anymore ;)

CharlieDelta said...

Ray-
No I was just saying if I had a 30 round "assault magazine clip" for an AR15 I couldn't fathom it costing over $50 to top one off.

30 round assault magazine clips have essentially been banned in Commiefornia since the Klinton AWB so I couldn't get one anyway even if I still had my AR15's.

One I had to sell when I lost my job back in 2009 and the other one is still somewhere at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near the La Jolla kelp beds from when I was in that boating accident a couple years ago. Lost my AK47 in that accident too. Now they're too expensive to be able to afford so I'll probably never have one again.

My comment was based solely on a hypothetical situation...

Bear said...

Buy hollow points, rub them in pig fat and/or blood and let 'em dry. You'll still pay out the nose for the hollow points, but still cheaper. Regardless, the end result is the same.