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Ammo Bans

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by Abndoc, Apr 5, 2013.

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  1. Abndoc

    Abndoc Member

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    AB 48 is out of committee here in California. It would, among other things, prohibit the sale or transfer of ammo by anyone who isn't a licensed firearms dealer. It would prohibit any store from selling ammo that does not also sell firearms. Out here that would be places like Wal-Mart and K-Mart. It would criminalize giving any ammo to a family member or a friend. Try teaching your kids to shoot with that one in place

    Anyway, my idea is this... First, obtain a C&R license. This would make me a licensed gun broker. Near as I can tell, the law is written without spelling out the specifics of which license is permitted.

    Second, Keep track of every round my son, wife, friends and family shoot with me.

    Third, (auto) fill out a fax form and send it in for each round that is fired. 100 rounds, 100 forms. You get the idea.

    Do you think we could plug the whole system up if enough people did this?
     
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    Another prime example of a ultra-leftist not knowing what their talking about. If what your suggesting happened, all they would do is try and ban the number of rounds owned and fired
     
  3. leadcounsel

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    How about just move out of the Communist state? Or vote in sensible people?

    PS - a C&R isn't a broker's license. It's a collectors license.
     
  4. hso

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    Your idea is predicated on the defeatist opinion that such an insane piece of legislation would get past those major retailers. Better to help kill it before going to the expense and trouble of becoming a California firearms retailer.

    Just talk to a small gun shop and find out all the state hoops they have to jump through in addition to the ATF hoops. You'll find out that it will be prohibitively expensive even if it was allowed.
     
  5. PabloJ

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    The key to controlling guns is to control who can distribute and buy ammo. That is how European countries do it no permit no purchasing ammo.
     
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