The New Currency

I stopped by a gun shop in Denver this morning to find out how people are reacting to Bloomberg’s takeover of the Colorado Legislature and Governor’s Mansion.

Bulk 0.22 ammo is selling for $0.20 a round, up from $0.03 three months ago.

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12 Responses to The New Currency

  1. kbray in california says:

    Government planned price gouging.

  2. kirkmyers says:

    Who knows? In the coming months, ammunition may prove to be a much-prized medium of exchange.

  3. Mike says:

    Animal Liberation perverts in Australia using drones to spy on farmers, farmers wives, their children and oh yeah their animals.

    Paedophiles operating as animal liberation activists to benefit most.

  4. phodges says:

    My signature on

    “There has to be something besides Au & Ag to protect asset value during hyperinflation?”

    “Pb – and a bunch of it.”

    At the time of the conversation I did not really consider that the actual Pb would outperform Au and Ag as an asset….next on your list…food and spare parts…and I suggest making friends with your neighbors.

  5. bkivey says:

    $100+ for a brick of .22 ammo?!

  6. Chewer says:

    Get your loaders while you can.
    If powder is hard to come by, load up on 12 gauge shells…

    • gator69 says:

      I’ve got my loader and save my shells. Last night I tried to pick up some more .22 ammo, and everyone was sold out. I guess 1200 rounds will hold me for awhile, just won’t be able to plink as often.

  7. tckev says:

    They need to before you find out about the gas price hikes that are planned –

  8. Gold – $1596.00/oz.
    Lead – 95 cents a pound.
    Watch which one climbs the fastest.

  9. bwanamakubwa says:

    Here in the What-Was-Once-The-United-Kingdom we are not allowed to own rifles (other than under the most stringent conditions, and even then most unlikely you’d be permitted to have one) or handguns (under NO circumstances whatsoever). Pump-action or semi-auto shotguns are likewise totally prohibited. No exceptions.
    Double barrelled shotguns are just about OK but it will take you a year to get a permit, which you can only apply for after you have joined a ‘recognised’ gun club. So you join, pay your subscription dues but still can’t shoot skeet until your permit comes through a year later. No matter which permit you get, skeet, rural (for shooting birds etc) you are NOT permitted to purchase any shell loaded with anything above bird-shot.
    Fortunately, I have long since learned how to double-up the charge and to modify the load with the appropriate application of beeswax and flour.
    Now come and steal my stuff! I dare you.

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