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CALNRA: AB 362 - An EXTRA $25 in 'Fees' to buy a BOX OF AMMO???

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  1. MikeHaas

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    CALNRA: AB 362 - An EXTRA $25 in 'Fees' to buy a BOX OF AMMO???
    7:55 PM, 5/31/2007 - PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY

    AMMO SALES RECORDS (AB 362) was passed out of the Assembly Appropriations Committee today, next stop is the Assembly Floor. The author, De Leon, is expected to amend the bill to add a "User Fee" to cover the cost of a background check that is required whenever ammo is purchased.

    Presently, it costs $25.00 to cover the background check when one buys a gun. WHAT WILL IT COST YOU TO PURCHASE A BOX OF AMMO?

    NRA's state lobbyist Ed Worley requests that every California gun-owner "call every Assembly Member on the planet" and express their outrage at this insane idea. Detailed Assembly Member contact info is available here:
    http://calnra.com/legs/asm.shtml

    More information and ONE-CLICK service to the Assembly is available here:
    http://calnra.com/legs.shtml?year=2007&summary=ab362

    Stay on top of other CA-related firearms issues at:
    http://calnra.com/legs.shtml

    Mike Haas
    Electronic Communications Director
    NRA Members' Councils of California
    http://calnra.com/
     
  2. timmyb21

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    They already know we have the guns, now they want to know when we buy ammo? What happens when I want a box of 12 gauge bird shot, or a brick of .22? $4 plus the $25 dollar background check fee? What next?
     
  3. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    Does this affect reloader supplies? And besides...when I take a trip out of state I will just take care of it. :)
     
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