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What are you spending your Covid money on?

This is a discussion on What are you spending your Covid money on? within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; What are your plans for your election bribery money? Some will call it the Covid relief payment. Picked up a sweet Stevens 53B 410 shotgun. ...

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    What are you spending your Covid money on?

    What are your plans for your election bribery money? Some will call it the Covid relief payment.

    Picked up a sweet Stevens 53B 410 shotgun.
    Found some powder and bullets.
    Going canned goods shopping in the morning. May need the dually.
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    If the socialists get their way, it's just the first of many.

    At that rate, soon all this cash will become less valuable than toilet paper, and you won't be able to buy toilet paper.
    Best to keep it safe in physical bill form. I hear it washes well, and really gets into the nooks and crannies.
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    A scope and bipod for a 20" AR I'm building with money from the last covid check.
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    You lucky folks who get these checks need to buy guns and ammo with it.
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    I had a friend who works for the IRS post that she got a whole $31.

    Me thinks we pay the IRS workers too much!

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    What Covid money? I ain't seen nuttin.
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    Converting the cash to assets is the thing to do in high inflation. You’ll find that in South American countries where inflation when wild, people brought hard assets.

    Personally, for me.. a HUGE safe to hold all the guns why wife said she is buying. I though she was kidding until I got “the look”.

    Another AR and more physical silver will also be on tap. Maybe another rifle that can shoot 7.62x39. Good brush gun.
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    I used my $600 to buy the last 2 rifle primers I could find.....
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    Mine is going on food next Tuesday, part of it at least, finish toping off the new freezer.
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    Saving it to pay the higher taxes the free money will require.
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