How do you get thirty guns?
You buy them, and hope the Feds don't try to ask about them. Live in Texas or Wyoming, and they won't worry to much.
Yes. General Terry offered him a battery of six Gatling Guns. Custer refused them on the grounds that they would slow him, and they would have. They were heavy and mounted on an artillery carriage. Thirty years later, gas-operated machine guns were available which could be packed on the back of a cavalry horse, and these were used in the Russo-Japanese War. The Gatling Guns could have prevented Custer's Last Stand because the hostiles knew…
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How can you find the opportunity cost of a country k produces five hundred military guns and thirty television set?
The opportunity cost is the labor and resources that go into producing 500 guns and 30 tv sets that could have been used elsewhere. The "elsewhere" is the opportunity cost. For example, if you make $10/hr working and you decide to sit home watching tv for 2 hours instead of working, your opportunity cost is $20.