Ever wonder how a bullet is made? Utah bullet factory Barnes Bullets gives an inside look at their massive production plant that takes copper pipes and turns them into lethal ammunition.
An inside look at a Utah bullet factory
Hit the link for lots of neat pics of Barnes Bullets making .300 AAC rounds for Remington. The reporter and the editors see scary things, but I just see several people working at good-paying jobs producing lawful items that other Americans want.
This is what we're going to be up against more and more, I suspect. If Obama can't bully Congress into doing his bidding, his sock puppets in the media will do their best to frighten the public into demanding the changes that he wants to make. And if it means that the Reuters, the original source for this article beclowns itself by writing about "massive" and "incredible" .300 Blackout rounds, which are "used in the M4 carbine, a rifle popular with the armed forces", then so be it.
Note to self: Buy another case of .300 rounds. From Remington/Barnes.
And the London Daily Mail has the same story for the most part, only they say silly things like: "Made to kill: 308 caliber rounds sit in a bin at Barnes Bullets. And both talk about Obama's attempts to reduce gun violence and then claim that "if elected, Trump will reverse these measures if elected.
The Detroit News is running it too. I'm sure that there are more outlets playing at this propaganda game.
Scare, scare, scare... Joseph Goebbels would approve.