Quote of the day–American Mercenary

A bolt action rifle can be the basis for a formidable fighting force, as could the venerable 30-30 lever rifle. Give me men willing to discipline themselves to train as a concerted team with nothing more than common hunting arms and I (and most any other military leader from the US Army or Marine Corps) can give you a formidable guerrilla force.

Which is why the estimated 80 to 100 million gun owners in the US give me a warm fuzzy feeling. That is the largest untapped militia force in the world. US shooters consume over 9 billion rounds of ammunition annually.

Why would any politician want to disarm the US people? Oh yeah, an armed population can only be subjugated by consent.

American Mercenary
September 7, 2008
Reloading thoughts
[I sometimes get comments from people who say they are glad I am on their side. Well… I’m glad American Mercenary is on our side.–Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day–American Mercenary

  1. That’s one of the reasons as much I think the laws regulating machine guns are unconstitutional, I don’t particularly worry too much about them in terms of interfering with the Second Amendment’s original purpose. There’s a saying, though I don’t know who to attribute it to “If you don’t have a machine gun on the first day of a revolution, you’ll have one on the second day.”

  2. “You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind each blade of grass.”
    –Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto

  3. This is exactly why the government, yes I mean all in the government want to disarm us. We are a formidable potential force. Just my training alone, not counting my experience is scrary to these dupes in suits in brick buildings.

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