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Netiquette: (was) Re: .50 ammo



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On 1/5/98 1:29 AM, Alan Olsen ([email protected])  passed this
wisdom:

>At 09:24 PM 1/4/98 -0600, Igor Chudov @ home wrote:
>>Alan wrote:
>>> At 04:50 PM 1/3/98 -0500, Brian B. Riley wrote:
>>> The hardest part is getting the 50 cal ammo.  (He had his Federal
>>> firearms license and was in the National Guard, so it was not too
>>> difficult for him.) Getting AP and other special ammo would be
>>> doubly difficult. (Non-specialty ammo could be reloaded as long as
>>> you could get molds and primer caps.) 
>>> 
>>> I guess it depends on your military and/or black market
>>> connections.
>>
>>I have seen what appeared to be .50 ammo (probably not AP) in gun
>> stores.
>
>I am surprised, but I am sure you are correct. It has been quite a 
>whilesince I have spent time in gun shops. (My expenditures on ammo 
>is limited to smaller calibers. I tend not to look at other things 
>because I cannot afford what I 
>want.)

 small point here of netiquette. one should be careful when trimming
down quotes out of context ... I did not make the above statement.
This time it is of little matter as the statement wasn't very
inflammatory nor was it very controversial (not that CP is *ever*
inflammatory or controversial), but it may well have been.


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