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A controversial FBI memo that appears to profile potential terrorists as people purchasing survivalist-type products, plus high-capacity magazines and bipods for rifles surfaced Saturday at the Washington Arms Collectors’ monthly gun show at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.

The memo is now being discussed on numerous gun rights blogs and forums, and was apparently revealed just days ago by a group called the Oath Keepers. The fellow handing it out at Puyallup was a stranger to this column. This column discovered that the memo apparently has been circulated also by the Washington State Department of Agriculture.

Reportedly distributed recently to surplus store operators in Colorado by the FBI’s office in Denver, the handout asks surplus retailers to watch for people buying the following:

Make bulk purchase of items to include:

Weatherproofed ammunition or match containers

Meals Ready to Eat

Night Vision Devices; night flashlights; gas masks

High capacity magazines

Bi-pods or tri-pods for rifles

Continue reading on Examiner.com FBI ‘survivalist’ profiling memo surfaces at Puyallup gun show – Seattle gun rights | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/fbi-survivalist-profiling-memo-surfaces-at-puyallup-gun-show#ixzz1V6XYweLw

Source: Dave Workman for Examiner.com.

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