DHS Seeks Millions More Rounds of Ammunition…”continuing its arms build up in preparation for domestic unrest.”
Market survey asks companies if they can provide 2 million bullets within 30-60 day period
Paul Joseph Watson
May 3, 2013
The Department of Homeland Security has released a market survey asking companies if they are able to provide 2 million rounds of ammunition within a short time period, increasing concerns that the federal agency is continuing its arms build up in preparation for domestic unrest.
With the DHS already having committed to purchasing over 1.6 billion bullets over the course of the last year, a “request for information” on “reduced hazard training ammunition” posted on the FedBizOpps website quizzes bullet manufacturers on how fast they can supply large quantities of ammo;
– Are you capable of producing large quantity orders of any training caliber specified with a short turnaround time of 30-60 days?
– What would your lead time be for an order of 2 million rounds of a single type listed above?
– If you were awarded a contract for some of the calibers listed above, submitted a production lot of one million rounds and that lot or portion of the lot was not accepted, would you be able to replace that order with an additional one million rounds within 60 days?