Can I Borrow a Cup of Bullets?

16 May

The Department of Homeland Security has reportedly bought or ordered 2 billion rounds of ammunition.  President Obama threatened gun control and the public reacted by buying several million firearms and tens of millions of bullets.

Result?  A nation-wide ammunition shortage.   This shortage doesn’t merely affect private gun owners, but also affects the local police departments who find it increasingly difficult to buy ammunition.  Some police are therefore reduced to borrowing bullets.

This could be a blessing for loansharks:  I.e., “I’ll lend you 10 bullets today for 15 on payday.”

video    00:02:10


Posted by on May 16, 2013 in 2nd Amendment, Video


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9 responses to “Can I Borrow a Cup of Bullets?

  1. jacob

    May 16, 2013 at 6:15 PM

    How foolish for the people to give the police ( the enemy ) ammo….Stupid, gullible Americans…

  2. Yartap

    May 16, 2013 at 6:35 PM

    Will the Proctor Police Department protect the people of Proctor from the Federal Government criminals or will they join the Federal Govt. when the time comes?

    • Adask

      May 16, 2013 at 9:54 PM

      The answer to that question may depend on who supplies the cops with bullets. If the people supply the cops’ bullets, the cops may fight the feds. If the feds supply the cops’ bullets, we can expect the cops to fight the people.

      • kennywally

        May 17, 2013 at 12:05 PM

        Along with helping your local cop with a cup of bullets should be a copy of a flyer from, as a reminder to them and to encourage all of them to stick together, cuz they may be asked violate their oath to protect the constitution. But if they are all on the same page, there will be strength in numbers for them to refuse illegal order!

  3. Carlton

    May 16, 2013 at 6:49 PM

    The people who hired these cops made the right move in keeping them supplied with ammunition.

    You don’t want word getting out that your town has a police force that can’t shoot back.

    • Yartap

      May 16, 2013 at 7:15 PM


      I think that the stronger message from the People of Proctor is that they are armed more than the police and can shoot back.

  4. gary lee, sui juris

    May 17, 2013 at 1:09 AM

    One thing about some departments, especially sheriffs and small towns, is that sometimes they do stand up for their Citizens….sometimes…..but maybe this is one og those good departments, in which case, even I might give them ammo, at least, if I shot 40 short and weak, which I don’t. ; )

  5. Anthony Clifton

    May 18, 2013 at 10:14 AM

    there’s just too much irony here :

    “Dick has expressed discord and made indirect threats to several different members of varying divisions at both HQ and Quantico,” the bulletin stated. “He has threatened to show up at the headquarters office though he no longer has access to the building.

    “Dick is still in possession of his FBI duty weapon and additional information indicates that he has two known, personally owned weapons (POW’s), including an AR-15 registered with the FBI,” the bulletin states.

    Byrnes said the latest episode is yet another case of the bureau retaliating against his client.

    Read more:

    Run Chief Run . . .


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