GET A GUN. NOW. AFTER TODAY, THINGS ARE GOING TO GET VERY DICEY . . .

GET A GUN.   NOW.    AFTER TODAY, THINGS ARE GOING TO GET VERY DICEY . . .
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Certain things are going to take place here in the United States today, later this week, and quickly beyond, that will go bad very fast. 

Get a gun.  Now.  Get ammunition. Now. 

Here are places you can legally buy both:

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Watch the news today very carefully.  You'll figure it out . . . 
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    HJ Richards · 19 days ago
    If you don't already own a weapon and have been trained in its proper use and understand the limits and strong points of it ; buying a gun at the last minute and assuming that will protect you .... WRONG it will get you killed faster than being without
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      Matthew Worner · 18 days ago
      True dat, but remember all combat requires a lot of OJT (on the job training) which requires that you have the tools available. Having and not needing is a significant improvement over needing and not having. Just sayin'...
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    Robert A · 19 days ago
    I have to agree with other subscribers. Hal Turner Website would allow subscribers a preview of whatever it was hours or days earlier than others. You would sign in as green box would appear for subscribers only. I do listen to the radio show when I can however cannot always and especially cannot always now that its 5 days a week. I certainly hope this website that myself and others hav enjoyed as subscribers won't now become a burden due to the 5 nights a week radio when it comes to important information/news..
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      Copperhead · 19 days ago
      Anything on evening radio is after the fact news. Those who subscribe here subscribe to have a leg up on information that may be important to them when hours or minutes could make a difference. I don't really want 'click bait' announcements to tune in at 9 for information that previously I would get on this site in subscriber only panels.
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    NV Swede · 19 days ago
    Also there is a possible alert about the An Unavoidable Global Debt Implosion....Listen for the Oct 10 date coming up....
    Link: http://investmentresearchdynamics.com/ by Dave Kranzler
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    Karen · 19 days ago
    I agree with both Copperhead and TSlinger. The Constitution affords us not the right, but the duty to own guns and be “regulated” (that term meant “disciplined, trained and proficient” when the constitution was written).

    The only restriction on firearms should should be a tax levied against those that refuse to own them, those unwilling to defend themselves and the States.
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      Arthur VanArtsdalen · 18 days ago
      Most people don't know the meaning of "regulated" as understood by the Founding Fathers. It meant that one could regulate his (or her) shot to go where they wanted. In other words, to the Founding Fathers, "regulated" meant that one was a good shot, well schooled in the use of firearms.

      The word was in common usage back then but has slipped from the modern lexicon. The closest modern example would be in the example of a double rifle having the barrels "regulated" to shoot to the same point of impact at a certain distance.
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    Doug Brown · 19 days ago
    We pay a monthly amt. of money to be able to access information here, on Hal's blog site, not on a radio show, which I have am not able to access.
    It is terribly inconvenient to be told this isn't sufficient.
    Is there now a radio fee coming?
    What's going on?
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    Doug Brown · 19 days ago
    I do not listen to radio. Never have. The upcoming announcement on the radio doesn't work for me.
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      Charlie · 19 days ago
      I dont do the radio thing either. Does this mean there will be less news here?
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    David Kirby · 19 days ago
    If this is such an emergency, why make us wait until your show tonight?
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    Mike Fisch · 19 days ago
    What’s going to happen?
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      Mark Mundy · 19 days ago
      I doubt it has anything to do with Bernie having emergency surgery to insert 2 stints.
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    Copperhead · 19 days ago
    Yep. If you've been sitting on the fence - purchase at least a handgun and sufficient ammo today and get your ass to the range tomorrow to learn to shoot. Find a friend, take a class, do what you need to do to learn. If you're in a communist state, you've waited too long already.
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    TSlinger · 19 days ago
    Any American who doesn't own at least 3 firearms is irresponsible. At minimum, a .22 rifle, a 12 gauge shotgun, and a mid-caliber handgun are necessities for utility, provision, and protection. That ought to be the #1 voting concern driving one to the pools. Not abortion, not speech, not economy, not "health care". The firearm ensures, and insures ALL of them and more. It is paramount. When they are outlawed- well...you'd have to be a completely useless idiot to not finish that thought.
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      NV Swede · 19 days ago
      A Mossberg SA-20 Tactical, Semi-Automatic, 20 Gauge, 20" Barrel, with 5+1 Rounds maybe a better choice for many and it easier to handle in a home environment. The Ruger 10/22 Semi-Automatic and all it's available accessories is an excellent choice even as a survival rifle. Handguns are a much different choice...weight, recoil, size, and grip are key elements to handling and survival.

      I prefer the models in 10mm - In a standard GLOCK 20 (10mm) the capacity is 15 rounds or the 40 Smith & Wesson or Glock 22 (40 S&W) the capacity is 15 rounds.

      Capacity is equal, because the width is virtually the same .424 for the 40 and .425 for the 10mm.

      Recoil - The 10mm (0.96 rr*) has significantly more recoil than the 40 (0.74 rr*). (RR is short relative recoil or rifle recoil, and is a value expressed is somewhere between .25 and 3)
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        Copperhead · 19 days ago
        Ruger 10/22 is a mainstay with 5K rounds. I agree on the 20ga as it has less recoil depending on the load than a 12ga but still maintains similar energy. I would go with a 9mm over a 10mm handgun only because it is a more common round and easier to acquire if needed - there are also quite a few lightweight, compact, shoulderable and extremely accurate 9mm PCC platforms available.

        It's great we have so many options in a free country.
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          TSlinger · 19 days ago
          I recommend the 12 gauge over the 20 for the exact reason you mentioned for the 9 over the 10- ubiquity. Frankly...I'm not a brand snob. Get what you can and what you like or what feels good. Nothing else really matters unless you're and avid user or afficianado...maybe needing more than 3 safes to hold everything...