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Millions of rounds of ammunition stolen on Mexican highway

Rez Exelon

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I thought the same thing. The Cartels can make more selling the .22 rounds than they could two trailers full of weed.
Or could it be that the story is ignoring the real important part ---- times are so tough in the world of ammo, that the cartels are starting to downgrade to 22??
 

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Or could it be that the story is ignoring the real important part ---- times are so tough in the world of ammo, that the cartels are starting to downgrade to 22??

I don't think they are downgrading, you can still find 7.62 all day long for starters. I think they knew it was an ammo shipment, jacked it, found it was a bunch of .22, and will sell it for a nice profit.
 

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I don't think they are downgrading, you can still find 7.62 all day long for starters. I think they knew it was an ammo shipment, jacked it, found it was a bunch of .22, and will sell it for a nice profit.
I don't think that my comment was meant as seriously as it might have been read......
 
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