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More valuable in TEOTWAWKI: NIB Glock 22 or 1oz of gold?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by maestrogustav, Mar 20, 2012.

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  1. maestrogustav

    maestrogustav

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    Throw in conversion barrels for 9mm and .357sig. . . . .

    Gold is around $1750; G22 Gen4 plus two conversion barrels is around half that.

    NOW.
     
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    I don't even know what an oz of gold looks like
     

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    Do I already have ammo for it, or is there ammo included with said gun? Is the ounce of gold in one chunk, or broke into say 1/10oz chunks? Do I already have a pistol?

    If I already have a pistol, then I want the gold. If I don't, and it comes with ammo, then I want the gun. Hard to hunt wabbits with just a hunk of gold:supergrin:
     
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    Both are survival assets. I rather have the gold. Long term trend is still up and have no doubt higher prices are inevitable.

    But if you dont have any guns whatsoever, use the gold to get a few. Think of it as an asset for asset conversion.
     
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    Use the Glock to get more gold and more Glocks. Once you have more gold and more Glocks, you find trustworthy (hot) women, give them a Glock and some gold. They get you more Glocks and gold and give you children. You feed the children and women by selling the gold. The children grow, you give them Glocks and pretty soon you can afford a great 1911.

    You retire.
     
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