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Ask SSD – “Can I Buy A Single Bullet For My Son?”

No, you can’t; at least not from us.

15 Responses to “Ask SSD – “Can I Buy A Single Bullet For My Son?””

  1. Magnus says:

    Hi!

    I’m interested in purchasing 1 single Carl Gustav for my son for Christmas. Can you point me to right direction on where or who can I buy 1? Terry.

    lol

    • PPGMD says:

      Hi!

      I’m interested in purchasing 1 single W80 nuclear warhead for my son for Christmas. Can you point me to the right direction on where and who can I buy 1?

      Thanks,

      Dr Evil.

  2. G says:

    Darn, I too would like to buy a single .950 JDJ bullet from SSD.

    But really, now I want one.

  3. Sasquatch says:

    Anyone else feel like this might be a cry for help? I’m pretty sure that kids a goner on Christmas morning.

  4. GANDIS says:

    Weird, Walmart used to have a policy against that, almost verbatim.

  5. James says:

    Has she tried SSK? Wouldn’t think they would have a problem doing it but lead time might be an issue. Would be a very nice gift for a cartridge collector.

    • Dave says:

      Pretty sure this is what happened. Pauljane prob has no idea what SSD is, and fat-fingered the keyboard and needed up on the wrong webpage, confused as hell.

  6. james says:

    The struggle is real… stay frosty Eric!

  7. PTM says:

    Dear Santa Eric, my son wants to be the first kid on the block to have his very own M1A1 Abrams tank. Can you help?

    • Sommerbiwak says:

      Your son is gonna be laughed at by the cool kids riding M1A2SEPv3 Abrams. ;-p

    • Airborne fister says:

      Well after the awesome green new deal goes thru and the new president named AOC signature is on it. Then we all will not be allowed to drive our M1A234 unless they are electric and or solar powered!????

  8. Patrick Sweeney says:

    OK, all snark aside,yuo can actually do that. Go here:

    http://www.ammo-one.com/wc950JDJ.html

    Of course, they have to have them in stock.

  9. Maskirovka says:

    You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!