Auguson Foods Ceases Operations

      
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a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
11 days ago

i would be very surprised if the picture offered up in video is actually Auguson foods.
Hey but do not worry Mike has a few “Ranger buckets of food left in is supply! Hurry now while supplies last!
salesmen really get under my skin!
In a short dive look how many times this scare tactic has been used. 2012,… etc.
How many times have we all been told to freak out over ammo guns etc. And yes at some point who knows?
Right now both ammo, guns, parts, uppers and lowers seem readily available. Ahh but we very often do not speak of this.

a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
11 days ago
Reply to  DRenegade

1,000 rounds of 5.56 .47 cents a round does not seem that bad to me. 10 or 12 years ago yes it was a little cheaper.
223 has been available also.

joseph beatty cain
joseph beatty cain
11 days ago

I donot see ammo or reloading being readily available. I’ve been curtailing some of my hunting due to not finding ammo…

Thomas Angle
Thomas Angle
11 days ago

Where I live the only ammo available is 5.56, 7.62x51, 7.62.39, 9mm para and 22 LR. The gun racks are full.

a follower, working on it.
a follower, working on it.
11 days ago

i also have bought some of these “survival? meal buckets etc. Different names, same company. As the SHTF, where will they be? Why were the packaging not even vacuum sealed? Can i trust them? Who do i take my complaints and grievances to when the world lays in waste?
Pray and Trust in a Higher power than man!

joseph beatty cain
joseph beatty cain
11 days ago

I buy stuff that has some flavor & keeps from Sam’s club, Walmart & other food stores instead of the high carb high sugar freeze dried stuff. Summer sausage, canned foods, soups, chocolate for example.

Mae Bee
Mae Bee
11 days ago

If things get really tough, and we’re really hungry, we won’t care about vacuum sealing, or shelf life or mold or mildew or bugs in rice or cereal or anything else -- we’ll eat grass and bark off trees (I prefer Maple trees) and other things we wouldn’t normally think of as food, to survive. Personally, if it does become an issue, I pray for the blessing to starve gracefully. Have you seen the movie “Threads?” Free on archive dot org, I believe. I’m not sure that it will even matter, but on the chance it might, learn about edible wild foods…I just harvested a LOT of a wild food this morning. I will dry it and use for flour…seeds for eating or sprouting…it wasn’t this -- but fyi the entire crabgrass plant is edible.