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California Ammo Bill

Discussion in 'Legal' started by sfc123, Apr 18, 2007.

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  1. sfc123

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    Is that the one about the markings on bullets? Sorry my PC is on dialup.
     
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    it may be of interest

    Bill would require checks on people buying bullets
    SACRAMENTO — California would become the first state in the nation to require instant background checks on handgun bullet buyers under an anti-gang bill that cleared its first, key hurdle Tuesday.
     
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    Also no internet ammo sales. What's next, they never give up. Mark
     
  5. JoeSF

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    As long as the politicians in Sacramento and San Francisco are going to encourage illegal entry to America so garbage like M13 can reap violence in our streets I want to be able to defend myself.
    All the anti gun talk by Democrats (and a few RINOS) shows how important it is to get two more conservative judges on the Supreme Court. No matter what the Democrats have that you might like remember the cost of voting for them is the dismantling of the Bill of Rights.
     
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    That's for me to know and not you!
    :banghead: :banghead: The legislature of this state will never learn, its not the gun or the bullets fault. Well looks like I am gonna have to send some emails out.
     
  7. wolf

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    the "guns don't kill..bullets do" in California is almost a constant way for state & local politicians to get around "gun control" ... you can have a gun...you just can't have bullets..

    the constant "tax bullet" politicians will be the next act to follow ..

    these guys are so transparent it should be a crime ... they are only doing this to affect "gangs"...ahhhh...those law abiding folks...
     
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    That's for me to know and not you!
    What if the gangs just send someone in who they pay to do their dirty work? If they have a clean record they can get the ammo, it makes no sense.
     
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    You got that right.

    The powers that be want us to live in fear, defenseless. Has always been the case.
     
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