Department of Agriculture solicits bids for 2-round burst SMGs. Not only that, but the ignorant bureaucratic bastards don't know how to spell.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Inspector General, located in Washington, DC, pursuant to the authority of FAR Part 13, has a requirement for the commerical (sic) acquisition of submachine guns, .40 Cal. S&W, ambidextrous safety, semi-automatic or 2 shot burts (sic) trigger group, Tritium night sights for front and rear, rails for attachment of flashlight (front under fore grip) and scope (top rear), stock-collapsilbe (sic) or folding, magazine - 30 rd. capacity, sling, light weight, and oversized trigger guard for gloved operation.
Question: I'm guessing these ain't for the Cooperative Extension Service?
Obviously not qualified to have an assigned firearm.
Oh yes, be sure to get a flashlight attachment for these guns. Be extra sure to train Department of Agriculture agents to turn them on anytime after twilight. Pathetic!
If my math is correct there is now 90 million United States citizens can no have a 30 round magazine or have a maze of restrictions to posses one
Now to see our Department of Ag going all Rambo should make us all very afraid.
"O Lord, not the livestock!"
- Delmar, replying to George Nelson shooting cows in "O Brother Where Art Thou?"
Stranger than fiction, and all that...
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So, two Burt Reynolds? Two Burt Lancasters? One of each? At 1000fps that could cause some serious damage. The 30 round mags could be a bit cumbersome though. I don't think anyone makes a molle pouch for those.
WTF do the nice folks at USDA need any gun for, let alone a SMG? Anyone who thinks we don't live in a totalitarian police state is delusional.
GMO seed violation raids? Fresh milk dealers? Excessive cattle farts? Call DOA SWAT!
That's it ......... we must do something to keep these people from contaminating the entire Earth.
Stupid bastards won't stand a chance against a .308 round fired from a bolt action scoped hunting rifle from 500 meters.
lol....Those cooperative extension people well, they are known as "County Agents," are they not?
Forestry Service is USDA, and they have a lot of land leased to ranchers out west.
I wish I could use Other People's Money to enhance my firearms collection. Maybe I should be a bureaucrat.
Guns for the Post Office. Guns for the IRS. Guns for the Social Security Administration. Plastic explosives and liquid explosives for the State Department. I wonder when the Bureau of Labor Statistics is getting tactical nuclear weapons?
Maybe they need them for clearing fields? Time is drawing near.
Maybe the CES needs "enforcement powers " to dictate what fertilizers, crop rotation schedule, tillage parameters, etc government deems "korrect" for every farmer. Then there's the "always nasty" issues of animal husbandry. (With PETA hovering in the background) . >Jeff
Are you using too much Miracle-Gro on them tomatoes? By God, they'll bust two quick caps in your ass.
Arm them. Arm them by God. Arm them to the teeth and give them plenty of ammo.
The more for us.
Well, since .40 is so ubiquitous among the .gov types - here's a recommendation: First, get a .40 handgun. Plenty of affordable used examples out there - police tradeins. :-) It's nice to have a make and model that's fairly common, in case you need mags or parts. And get some ammo. Not necessarily a massive quantity - a few boxes will do. If you should happen to acquire another firearm in .40, you'll have ammo for it.
Last, but not least - take that .40 handgun out and shoot it! It's significantly different than shooting a 9mm or a .45. Best to be as far along your learning curve as possible when the excitement starts.
They're ordering "ballist" vests to go with those guns.
Some IPSC dude has been telling them about "double taps" and this is their solution to training agents to fire two quick rounds ... with just one pull of the trigger!
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