If "high capacity" mags are ever banned, we should empty each one to make sure what the round count is. If any ammo is banned we should turn it in one round at a time (except for the NFA tax payers ). I am prepping for worst case, but this time around I really believe we cannot tolerate another gun law. Not one. This has to be when we draw a line in the sand and shout firmly, "You shall not pass!" (thanks Gandalf). We have got to figure out how to put our foot down politically, in peaceful demonstration, and in civil disobedience before it comes to blows, God forbid. Over on arfcom someone posted the latest ATF firearm manufacturer sales for 2006. About 225,000 rifles were sold by AR15 manufacturers in 2006. even if you do not want or think you need an AR15 or other battle rifle/carbine, I would urge to consider buying at least one, or one per year if possible. The huge numbers alone would make it much more politically and administratively difficult to ban these. When there are less than a million battle carbines in American homes then they can be more easily marginalized. But when there are 5 million or 10 million they all of a sudden become mainstream. Buy an AK or AR and help make these arms mainstream and get them off the gun control hit list. After those are mainstreamed then we all need to work on mainstreaming the .50BMG. Every good citizen ought to own an M1A, AR15 and a Barret M82.