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The United States Department of Homeland Security — a civilian agency formed just days after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks — goes through more ammunition per person than the US Army.
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I stopped target shooting. I am down to 6000 rounds and it doesn't look like we will get any more.
They are lying. Their orders posted publicly total 2 billion round the last year. Likely more.
Put them on a polygraph BEFORE questioning them!!!
What force are they fighting that is 28 million rounds a year.
I cant believe the DHS fired 28 million rounds in operations last year. What war is that?
Most of the pictures I've seen of the ammunition are hollow point, that means terror bullets!
DUH, is you have 1000 angry citizens coming at you, you need the ammunition!
Why buy up all the bullets, and stockpile them? Basic deprive your enemy tactic, the people you rule
So DHS agents have personal firearms as a "last resort"? I want that too.
I am a starving american! Will you russians please send me some food...no bullets...we got enough...
I am a homeless american that doesnt even qualify for food stamps but they buy bullets to kill us...
DHS target practice more than US Army.
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