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Why hoarded assault rifles and 30-round magazines won’t mean much in a drone-strike age.

Picture a remote trail in the mountains, where armed men long have trained for war against the U.S. government. Hardened by warfare, they aren't strangers to this particular game. Soon their target comes into view: a column of trucks moving along…

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