The ATF is going to ban 80 percent firearms and the entire hobby of Personally Made Firearms. There is also likely going to be a new assault weapons ban. I would also say that the likelihood of a civil war is higher now than it has been in over a century.
The only thing that makes sense as a response to all of the above is to buy as many 80 percent receivers as you can, make as many of them into firearms as you can before a ban goes into effect, and then make yourself caches of weapons that are hidden in your AO in areas where you can reach them.
An ideal cache would be a homemade AR, 5 magazines, 150 rounds of ammo, and five one ounce silver coins, all wiped free of prints, all sealed in PVC pipe with desiccant and buried in a location that is in your AO where it likely won’t be accidentally found, but not on your property. I remember when such a setup cost less than $500 total per copy. Hopefully, you took advantage of that. Three or four of those in the area will ensure that you can always access one if needed.
You never know…
Anonymous · June 30, 2021 at 10:14 am
New gun registration requirements received less than 10% compliance when they enacted them in Connecticut in 2014, and later in New York, New Jersey, and California. I think a new gun registration attempt aimed at carefully law-abiding people who have hand-built guns specifically for privacy from registration will not be obeyed at all. Then what will the authorities do? The spokespersons will say they’ve banned them, and everybody in the game will know better. Drugs are illegal, too, and that means there weren’t any drugs in your former school, correct?
Ben · June 30, 2021 at 1:36 pm
I’ve been told that if it’s time to bury your guns, then it’s time to dig them up. I think we’re there…
Divemedic · June 30, 2021 at 3:31 pm
It’s always a good idea to have a backup in a cache in the event that the rest are unexpectedly lost.
Ben · June 30, 2021 at 1:38 pm
For the readers with the talking brooches:
My comment above, of course, means that ALL of my guns are above ground and ready for inspection. Yep, every single one of them.
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