What Good Can A Handgun Do Against An Army?

Do you suppose this would look like great land armies getting into formation at the edges of great fields of battle and marching towards each other? What do you think such a messy civil war in America would look like? Bubba would be wearing a Ghillie suit, shooting a bolt action rifle, or a modern sporting rifle, and after the shot you will never hear from him again – until the next one. And you’ll never catch him. Police will have to decide what side to take, and if they take the wrong one, they will be dealt with in the middle of the night when they take their dogs out to pee in the backyard.

Insurgent will be mixed with progressive statist, and there will be no SEAL teams or nuclear weapons to which you can turn because you won’t know one from another. There will be nowhere to target a nuclear weapon, and nowhere for a SEAL team to raid. All of their close quarters battle preparations will be for naught when their own families are in peril due to civil warfare. These aren’t Afghan tribesmen you’re dealing with. These are engineers, mechanics, fabricators and welders, chemists, and the world’s best machinists. If you think Afghanistan was rough, wait to see what civil war would look like in America.

If you have ever said something like, “You can’t win because the government has a land army and nuclear weapons,” here is the moral of the story for you. You are an idiot.

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3 Responses to What Good Can A Handgun Do Against An Army?

  1. Nemo says:

    All of the police, that includes local, state and federal AND the trigger pullers in the Army and Marine Corps amount to some 2.5 to 3 million people. A good portion of these will either flat out refuse to fight their countrymen or will just stay home to protect their families or will side with the revolutionaries. The ones that side with the revolutionaries will take their equipment and supplies with them when they desert.

    For arguments sake, let’s suppose that 1/3 of 3 million desert or refuse to fight (personally, I think that number will be closer to 50%, but let’s continue).

    There are supposedly 100 million gun owners in the USA many of whom are trained, courtesy of Uncle Sam, in the art of war. Let’s say, for arguments sake, that 10% of them “take the field” and about 1/3 of them are trained.

    Well, you can do the math. I like the odds of revolutionaries against .gov, if it comes to that.

    This Federal Red Flag law that miss Lyndsey Graham has before the Judiciary committee is most concerning. A lot of us that frequent this blog and others like it will be on the list for confiscation enforcement by local, state or federal law enforcement. If this thing passes, it will be the spark that finally kicks off the much anticipated festivities.

    It’s the aftermath that is most concerning, IMHO. No power, no heat that is not generated with wood, no commerce or industry, no food that is not locally grown, almost no medical care, warlords and gangs, it won’t be pretty.

  2. deb h. says:

    nemo is right about the aftermath and i am not prepared nor able to be prepared to that degree.
    got to keep praying for God’s intervention and protection.

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