Because the Central Bankers won’t want any interference of their fiat paper currency that they control, will the government(s) begin confiscating gold and silver? Will they start levying taxes on ownership of gold and silver, just as they do with real estate and personal property? Will they start requiring registration of gold and silver and licensing of owners?
You know, there are certain cities and towns in the USA right now – like Madison, Wisconsin – where they consider people who buy and sell gold or silver to be “Dealers”. And they sell licenses to those “Dealers” and regulate buying and reselling.
I’m a Libertarian and I agree. I think there is way, way too much government everywhere we look these days. I keep hoping that governments will self destruct and implode. But I think the only choice the people have is to go where there’s the least amount of government. So if some idiots in some idiotic city or state try to impose unrealistic taxes or restrictions on us, we have the moral obligation to go someplace else, and not support such nonsense.
Here in Australia we have to register our PM purchases. The dealers make us open accounts and every sale is noted. The only place that i have found to buy and sell PMs is on e-bay. You do pay a bit more but its all private.I cant wait for the interfering bloody governments to collaps,after they do there is no way Im voting again or having some other bastard trying to run my life, once they are out they will be out for good. Hang on to your PMs folks, I think they will be franticaly shaking the tree shortly.
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Aside from the few mom and pop stores converting it in the back of the store, it hasn't caught on as a growing trend. But at least we have the gold and silver "stores" that wi... "Reply To: Did anyone ever tried purchasing stuff with precious metals?
" Windex I've never heard of it used for that. Is it the ammonia that neutralizes the corrosive elements? I heard that Simple green is a good solvent for general gun cleaning. It seemed logical in that so long as you dry the gun thoroughly, the SG stuff cleans like a whiz.
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" Good info was already posted so I'm just going to add a couple of notes. If you go the AK route you will often see old surplus ammo for sale. Don't ever buy anything that is noted as being corrosive. It's just not worth it. Romanian AKs are fine. All AKs are very durable and even though the ... "Reply To: Guns, Guns, Guns
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