Online Ammunition

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There are politicians and anti-rights people trying to stop the sale of ammunition online.

Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg introduced a bill to ban the online sale of ammunition. He and people like Democratic Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York, support the stupid “Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act” that wants ammunition to only be sold by licensed dealers; and buyers who are not licensed dealers will be required to present photo identification; and licensed dealers must maintain records of ammunition sales and report to officials the sale of more than 1,000 rounds to an unlicensed person.

I said “stupid” because laws only apply to the law abiding. What they propose is unfair to the community, and retailers, bureaucratic, and totally unnecessary. Whenever politicians and victims of crimes support this stuff it only affects good people. Terrorist, criminals and the mentally disturbed– don’t follow the rules. You can’t legislate crazy.

This type of action comes after a tragedy when prohibitionist uses our grief against us. Some cities already prohibit the sale of magazines that carry more than ten rounds for example as if that will work. NOT.

I know a online company that I like called LuckyGunner.com that sells inexpensive ammunition and has great customer service. Please support my friends at Lucky Gunner. I’ve had the privileges of meeting them, and enjoying their Tennessee hospitality. They are good peeps.

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2 Replies to “Online Ammunition”

  1. I’m not speaking to Democrats, I’m not speaking to Republicans, I’m speaking to ALL. My concern speaks to how we can lobby these people that are proposing to try and put this insane legislation into play. Is there a coalition of pro gun lobbyists and organizations that will make it’s business to get this notion voted down or halted ??? As concerned pro gun rights registered voters what must we ALL do ???

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