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Bullet encoding

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Grassman, Dec 9, 2008.

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  1. Grassman

    Grassman Member

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    Just wondering about the bullet encoding law that's slated(or proposed, don't know) for 2010 for certain states. How does that effect reloaders and buying bullets in bulk? I am not in any of these states but an curious. Who knows?
     
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    So far, even in the most stringent anti-gun states, it has failed. I don't think we really need to worry about this bill at this time. Even law enforcement came out against it because many manufacturers simply wouldn't do business with them rather than change their whole manufacturing system.
     
  3. TEDDY

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    serializing

    right on Mike:they have not manufactured the machines,they are trying to get some state to back them.even Mass and Calif turned them down.part of it is to ban reloading.as it would be illegal to posses hand loads.
    :rolleyes::uhoh:
     
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