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Harry111 Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 8:38 AM
Since I'm not equipped to read between the line Charles.........are you suggesting purchase of gold/silver as seurity??
dtaylor944 Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 11:40 AM
I have tried that but they are always out of 25 calibur bullets. That must be the favorite since I bought a pistol that I could afford. I will have to look in to instructions on making my own ammo. Didn't the social security or some other government organization recently order tons of ammunition?
dtaylor944 Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 11:40 AM
I have tried that but they are always out of 25 calibur bullets. That must be the favorite since I bought a pistol that I could afford. I will have to look in to instructions on making my own ammo. Didn't the social security or some other government organization recently order tons of ammunition?
Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Mar 16, 2013 11:57 AM
25 is a sad cartridge. Expensive for the quantity you get. You would be far better off with a 22 revolver. Shoots any standard 22. CB caps through long rifles. CCI stingers are especially good in my opinion. Excellent terminal performance.
So, maybe now banks will begin to lend money after getting the green light from the Federal Reserve to plow a bunch of dough into share buy backs and dividend hikes.  Only two banks, Ally (yes the one that seems to have the most ads on television) and BBT (had to resubmit its documents to the Fed, which may have been the reason it failed based on a qualitative assessment, yet they did hike the dividend) fail the so-called Stress Test.  Many say the test was too easy with respect to capital ratios and loses anticipated in the event of disaster....