Dec 16, 2007

Dumpstered Ammo and AR-15s

I recently got some temporary work as a security guard, so right now I am sitting in my booth where I will be posting for the next couple of weeks. I recently obtained 120+ rounds of .38 special that my friend found in a dumpster in Utah. Now aside from the safety issues, my comrades and I are pretty happy about this. Before my friend got there, his buddy got some hunting bows from the same dumpster. Apparently somebody had moved and didn't bother to take a lot of stuff with them. Dumpsters are a great source for all sorts of items, not limited to food, clothes, electronics and armaments.

Also, my fellow contributer on The Revolution Script, Saheim Al-Azad recently ordered all the parts and built his own Rock River AR-15. Because he built it himself it was much cheaper and he was able to customize it to his specifications, including a winter trigger guard so a gloved finger can fit in it. We ran thirty rounds through it and it shot like a dream, a refreshing change from our beloved but clunky SKSs and Saiga .308. A more thorough field testing and holiday shoot-off is pending.

Hasta Siempre


Renegade Eye said...

You are quite open about weaponry, and closed about political views.

Politics govern war, not the other way around.

The Red Son said...

No, I am very open and knowledgeable about politics and tolerant about the political views of others. This blog is about guerrilla warfare, not socialism, Marxism, Maoism, Leninism, or any other isms.

Foucault would argue that politics is war, while von Clauswitz would say that war is politics.

If my blog is not political enough for you, then don't read it and don't waste your time telling me that I not political enough, a claim for which your only evidence seems to be that I post about guns. I welcome any constructive criticism or critique but only when it is well-founded. Read my thesis and then tell me that I'm not political. At least my blog is original material unlike your regurgitation of other people's work.

LeftyHenry said...

comrade, I have a question about posts like this, you talk about Revolution in the United States just like me and Ren, do you think that in states like Vermont people's war is the correct strategy? Where I live, New York City, I don't think such a protracted war could exsist

The Red Son said...

I'm glad you asked Henry. You will notice that I am careful not to say that I want to stage a "people's war" or any armed guerrilla insurgency in any of my post. I am to empower people to empower themselves, i.e. teach people about guns so that they might use them for purposes of self-defense and self-determination. On my sight I never advocate the violent overthrow of the U.S. federal government. This is for several reasons: 1) To do so could be considered an act of sedition 2) corollary, promoting illegal acts is often illegal in this country, despite the second amendment 3) the country is not ripe for revolution at this point in time.

I do advocate the secession of Vermont from the union or at least increased levels of autonomy for the state with the United States. Although I am always preparing for guerrilla warfare in my homeland, I do not believe that it would be a sustainable option, in part because of the inhospitable winters. I would prefer to emulate the model of the EZLN and conduct a "post-modern" guerrilla insurgency, which would be a much more viable means for realizing my nationalist/socialist aspirations. I hope that this clears things up a bit. To quote a total "reactionary" "thanks for stopping by.