no, now's the time to dig them up and issue them to your trusted friends.
What did I say - keep some out and bury some others. The reason I recommended it that way is because if you lose the ones you have now because of TEOTWAWKI, you can bet your 'friends' are not going to give you theirs. You would still be okay though because like a good little squirrel you will have cached away some for the harsh times to come. If it was within my budget, I would have at least 3 or 4 guns buried in every state of the USA and 2 or 3 more buried along our borders of the states that border Mexico and Canada.By the way, are you serious - would you issue your weapons to friends now or ever? It is a noble thing to do. I suppose though, it's also an excellent way to find out who truly are your friends and who will have been merely fair weather friends once they turn on you and rat you out to the enemy in a true TEOTWAWKI situation.All the best,GB
i see your point. most folks just don't have enough guns, or money, to bury some and have some out to work with. yes, i have several trusted friends that just not that into guns, they hunt but that's about it. i would gladly hand them one of my ar-15s in the event of "festivities"(most of them are prior military). my point was that now is not the time to bury our guns and make nice with the tyrants. soon they will come for them and they won't take "no" for an answer. its getting time to defend ourselves...as a side note, surplus gun prices have skyrocketed, making them out of reach for many. a decent ak or ar15 is cheaper, sadly, than those beautiful wood and steel guns of yesteryear. happy independence day!
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