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Does the World Need to be scared of 3d Printed BULLETS?

Featured image: Bullet Clip art. SOURCE:Polyvore (Public Domain)

From youtube uploaded by TAOFLEDERMAUS

Published on May 24, 2013

I discuss my own reactions about the reporting of our 3d printed bullets by the news media.

Congressmen Demand DHS Explain 1.6 Billion Bullets Purchase (W/Video)

Photo: Rifle cartridges – L to R: .50 BMG, 300 Win Mag, .308 Winchester, 7.62x39mm, 5.56 NATO, .22 LR. The Dollar bill is featured to compare length of ammo only. SOURCE: Wikimedia CREDIT: Richard C. Wysong II who released it into Public Domain.

From Freedom Outpost


Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ) has come out and demanded that Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano explain why the Department of Homeland Security has been engaging in huge amounts of purchases of ammunition over the past year. Rep. Lance has called on Congress to get involved in ascertaining DHS’ stockpiling of ammunition which is enough to wage a 20 year plus war, which has most certainly caused a shortage in the public market. . . . Read Complete Report

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NJ Congressman: DHS must explain ammunition and armored vehicle purchases

Published on Mar 16, 2013

NJ Congressman Leonard Lance (R – 7th District) says that Janet Napolitano must explain to Congress why the DHS has purchased 1.6 billion bullets and 2700 armored vehicles for domestic use. The purchase of thousands of fully automatic rifles for the DHS should also be explained. Note that these are described as “personal defense weapons”, while less lethal weapons in the hands of US citizens are described as “assault rifles”. He made this statement at the Morristown Tea Party Organization 4th anniversary gathering, Friday, March 15th at the Whippany, NJ VFW.

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DHS Refuses to Answer Congress on 1.6 Billion Bullet Purchase

Published on Mar 19, 2013

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At CPAC, Luke Rudkowski interviewed Congressman Timothy Huelscamp on his decision to vote against the NDAA which was due to the unconstitutionality of the indefinite detention provision. They also discussed Obama’s Disposition Matrix and the large ammunition purchases made by the DHS.

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Retro: Beer & Bullets to Go: Ancient ‘Takeout’ Window Discovered

Owen Jarus, LiveScience Contributor
Date: 28 October 2011 Time: 11:15 AM ET
Some 5,200 years ago, in the mountains of western Iran, people may have used takeout windows to get food and weapons, newly presented research suggests. . . . Read Complete Report