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Alabama needs your help against SB 541

Discussion in 'Legal' started by oldgranpa, Apr 10, 2008.

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  1. oldgranpa

    oldgranpa Member

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    A hateful person by name Senator Roger Mell Smitherman, democrat, black, has introduced bill SB 541 that would require a micro laser etched serial no. be on the bullet of all ammunition in Alabama. Your help is needed. If you don't help, your state may be next!

    Information and links to view the bill, contact the Judiciary Committee by e-mail, etc. are shown in this link to the NSSF....

    http://www.nssf.org/legal/links/alerts/Alabama.cfm

    Not only does this bill require the ridiculous serial on bullets but it requires all old ammo be destroyed, including ammo owned by civilians and police departments. Imagine the economic distress that would cause sportsman, target shooters, all of us.

    thanks and God Bless all of you.

    og
     
  2. Grizzly Adams

    Grizzly Adams Member

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    Already sent emails! Hope others will also.
     
  3. bigbadbowtie

    bigbadbowtie Member

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    Sent emails and passed it on to others.
     
  4. claytonfaulkner

    claytonfaulkner Member

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    ok this will never pass, i really hope this is a joke
     
  5. USMC 1975

    USMC 1975 Member

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    Never say never.

    This bill is the latest push by the gun haters and is gathering steam across the country. I believe Illinois is now considering this same bill.

    They haven't been able to get our guns so they are now working to get the ammunition. If you think ammo costs a lot now, just wait to see what happens if they pass these new laws.

    The Illinois law is saying no more reloading as well after a certain time period.

    Chris
     
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