The III Citadel and the III Arms Company

IIICitadel,  III Arms CompanyAh, liberty. A group of patriots have taken what was once known as the Pioneer Project, and now referred to as the Citadel (or III CItadel), and are forming a community of like-mided souls to live together in Idaho. They even own an arms company selling AR-15s and 1911s. From their FAQ:

We polled our fellow Patriots about good locations to direct our initial focus for our Pioneer Project, what The Citadel was referred to at that point. We ultimately chose Idaho as that the place to initially consider putting down our roots. There are many reasons why Idaho came up the winner: Population density. Lines of drift in regards to population migration if TSHTF. Land availability in the acreage we’re going to need to complete The Citadel project. The growing trend of the state of Idaho actively recruiting firearms-related businesses.

AR-15 rifle comes in black and includes a flat-top A3 upper receiver, a 16-inch barrel with a 1:9 twist, standard forged front sight base with standard sight, M4 6-position stock, pistol grip and a 30-round magazine.

The III Arms Company AR-15 rifle comes in black or camo and includes a flat-top A3 upper receiver, a 16-inch barrel with a 1:9 twist, standard forged front sight base with standard sight, M4 6-position stock, pistol grip and a 30-round magazine.

Moderate climate. Amazing agricultural diversity. Large selection of natural resources. Great hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventures.It is populated with solidly independent and intelligently freedom-oriented people. State and local governments are pre-disposed to Constitutional Liberty and strongly supportive of Second-Amendment Rights. All-around, a great place to settle down and carve out the American Dream for you and your family. When you add them all up, it’s hard to imagine a better location.

I am sure you are aware of the term (referred to above) when the TSHTF. It is for precisely this reason that I avoid fans. I hate when ‘da gooey schtuff hits. . .

Update: I was asked by a person quoted in the article to take out the attribution to him and I did. I will place responsibility of the project on Mr. Christian Hyman, Sam Kerodin, Christian Kerodin, Sam Kerillion, and Sam Hellesponte. . .