Since when in this country has there ever been a need that hasn’t been met?
The firearm, ammunition, powder, and primer manufacturers are not keeping up with demand, and haven’t been for over a year now.
What unlawful regulations have been put in place by the unlawful United States Corporation to ban the import of arms, ammunition, and reloading supplies since 9/11?
A lot of the ammunition we cannot get is NATO. Where are the imports?
A lot of the guns we want are NATO. Why are they not being imported?
I have found the guns, ammunition, and reloading supplies being produced in the United States are being exported out of this country more easily now as we the American nationals are being deprived of these implements necessary for our implementation of our 2nd Article right, thanks to this new Rule that went into effect in March 2020: US Civilian Firearms Exporters Take Heed as Commerce Department Takes Lead Over Enforcement under New Rule.
Why has there not been a freeze on all exports of arms and ammunition from the United States to last until we the people have our needs met? This is corporate treason. We have made these bastards and we can break them.
I have found that Hodgdon, the biggest producer of reloading powder, has bought up most of the other major powder producers. https://hodgdon.com/hodgdon-acquisitions/
I have found Hodgdon’s excuses for the powder shortages in early 2020 here: https://hodgdon.com/powder-shortage-statement/ and in early 2021 here: https://bulletin.accurateshooter.com/2021/02/hodgdon-powder-update-why-are-there-shortages/
I have found that Hodgdon is now exporting powder to Europe, the Middle East and Africa here: https://hodgdon.com/omi2/ yet they tell us they are having trouble in transporting it to we American nationals. Liars and Traitors.
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This is treason and every free man and woman needs to know about it.
along with the exporting it seems with all the unrest in the past year the country acquired 6.2 million ‘new shooters’, https://www.pewpewtactical.com/ammo-shortage-continues-summer-2021/
‘The National Shooting Sports Foundation reported a massive influx of new gun owners in 2020 totaling 6.2 million. New shooters purchasing guns and ammunition caused a significant drop in supply. ‘ ‘“Unless demand falls rapidly, we don’t envision a scenario where supply catches up before summer 2021, at the earliest,” Felde told Pew Pew Tactical. ‘
from August, 2020: https://www.gunsandammo.com/editorial/great-primer-shortage-2020/383204
‘Though there are dozens of major and minor ammunition manufacturers in the U.S., only four domestic manufacturers produce primers…’
From Hal Apeeno:
Here are some words on primer shortage…
“The Remington bankruptcy has had a large impact on the shortage of ammo and primers. With Remington in a state of financial insolvency for the past two years, suppliers were demanding payment upon delivery for products. Remington simply did not have the financial capabilities to have an abundance of raw materials on hand and had to shutter some of their production capacity. Barnes bullets and primers were hit particularly hard in the reloading market. With the recent purchase of Remington by Vista, there is a good chance that Vista will be diverting CCI and Federal primers that would typically go to reloaders to Remington ammunition production.”
“With import restrictions out of Russia, we do not anticipate seeing the help we had from them in 2008-2012. We had also seen S&B, Unis Ginex and other foreign brands of primers enter the market during the shortages to relieve some of the pressure, but aren’t seeing that influx of primers this time around. The lack of foreign primers on the market is a major reason we believe this shortage is going to last for quite some time.”
From Galen: Homemade Primer Course: 499491401-How-to-Build-Home
From Henry: How to make gunpowder
Hatcher’s Notebook – A Standard reference Book for Shooters, Gunsmiths, Ballisticians, Historians, Hunters and Collectors, by Julian S Hatcher, can be found here: https://archive.org/details/Hatchers_Notebook/mode/2up
Chapter 13: Notes on Gunpowder found here: https://archive.org/details/Hatchers_Notebook/page/n307/mode/2up gives a detailed explanation of how smokeless gunpowder is made, right down to the correct proportions to determine burn rate and pressures.
I suggest downloading a copy to save to your computer.
From Frost Jack:
From Mary: Homemade Primer Series
Loading Dock Deals, Rationing, and Local Gun Shops are Low Priority here: https://www.fieldandstream.com/story/guns/the-real-reasons-you-cant-buy-ammo/
Microstamping Bill in California will affect reloading for older guns: https://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/california-bill-aims-to-jumpstart-microstamps-on-handguns/284057
From Enemy of the State: