the best of military technology is not readily available to the citizen militiaman, in spite of the fact that the very purpose of the Second Amendment is to insure that the citizen is as well armed as the troops that any enemy, foreign or domestic, could muster to enslave them. There are however, at the beginning of 1999, some very adequate weapons still available to the average patriotic Christian.
The more politically incorrect firearms are not likely to be found at your local general sporting goods outlet, and for this reason one should boycott such Quislings. Patronize full service firearms dealers and the venders at local gun shows who understand that the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is not about duck hunting. At this late date, backorders are out of the question.
So far as I can see, this was put up in the run-up to armageddon, and left there when the world failed to end on or about the 31st December 1999. But there is a rather bitter twist when you realise that these fantasies have played their part in bringing about a situation where a heavily armed, deeply religious citizenry are fighting an army of occupation in a a guerilla war — except of course that the country, the religion, and most of the weapons are all wrong. I’m not sure the occupying army is wrong, though. It’s a notable feature of pre 9/11 American hyper-nationalism that a lot of it envisaged the patriots figthing the US (federal) government.