It is infuriating the way a lot of people from Supreme Court Justices, lawyers, and ordinary people misinterpret these two amendments. I took it upon myself to set the record straight and at least give proponents of the 1st and 2nd Amendments some proverbial bullets for their gun. Pun intended.
Bartering should not be a skill forgotten in ancient past or used when you try to bring down the price of cheap, vacation souvenirs. Trading goods for goods or goods for services might someday become a need in our modern society due to its vulnerability to economic collapse.
Some people own a gun right now, while others are looking for one to buy. One thing is certain, during a crisis or in a society where rules no longer apply you will not survive without a firearm. You will need to be able and take care of yourself and your loved ones, to be prepared for whatever comes. Maybe you will need a gun to hunt for food or maybe you have to be your best bodyguard and this means you will need these guns in order to survive.
Just as in home defense, the first idea is that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. By this, one should stay out of trouble, or situations that might lead to trouble. For example, if you are in the middle of a heated argument over a parking space, give it up. How did you get in such an argument in the first place? It’s not worth it. Don’t worry, you’re not less of a man if you step back. If you obey basic rules of prevention, it is relatively unlikely that you will be threatened. However, it is possible that even though you try to stay out of trouble, it might come to you. What then?