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CA: Bullet "stamping" bill has been taken off calendar!!!

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Beethoven, Aug 4, 2005.

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  1. Beethoven

    Beethoven member

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    What exactly does this mean? I'm sure it will come back...


    Source: http://nramemberscouncils.com/legs.shtml?summary=sb357



    Latest Info: 7/20/05 - SB 357 has been taken off the calendar of the Assembly Appropriations Committee and is no longer scheduled for a hearing. Your calls, emails, faxes and letters have had an effect. NRA continues to watch SB 357 very closely and asks you direct your efforts to other firearms-related bills. Also, please check this page frequently for further status changes regarding SB 357.



    Issue: AMMUNITION SERIALIZATION (Dunn)

    Description: Would establish a program requiring serialization of handgun ammunition, as defined, to be enforced by the Department of Justice. The bill would require, commencing July 1, 2009, that handgun ammunition be serialized.

    The bill would require ammunition vendors and manufacturers to register with the Department of Justice.

    The bill would establish regulations relating to the assessment and collection of end-user fees in an amount not to exceed one-half of one cent ($0.005) per round of ammunition or per bullet.
     
  2. MrTuffPaws

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    :D This is great. Now if only SB352 will go away and the people who wrote it fall into deep cracks in the Earth ;)
     
  3. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    Wouldn't that constitute pollution?
     
  4. odysseus

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    ...maybe he means it in a biblical way... :D
     
  5. beerslurpy

    beerslurpy member

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    I dont see the difference. CA is still a horrible state to live in.
     
  6. sfhogman

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    Wow.
    Just...wow. I would have bet it was a slam-dunk.

    There is hope.

    Jeff
     
  7. rick_reno

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    To clarify, CA is a bad place with good weather.
     
  8. 71Commander

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    I think they would melt and then reform into a rock. It's happened before. That's where the term "dumb as a rock comes from". :evil: Regenerated anti's.
     
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  9. cortez kid

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    Ca is a bad place with great weather
    kid
     
  10. R.H. Lee

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    Yeah. We're way light on the humidity, huge bloodsucking bugs and hurricanes :rolleyes:

    Glad to see this goofy scheme go away for awhile, even though it wouldn't have been effective until 2016. All any of us can buy is time anyway.
     
  11. odysseus

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    ..and ammunition too! :p
     
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