Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Robert Godlonton, Oct 21, 2007.
Thank you very much for your knowledge.
What is your poll question about exactly? I vote NO because if ammo is some how marked (not sure how that could be done exactly) then the sale of ammo and to whom the ammo was sold would then have to be recorded some how. These records would then have to be sent to the Gov. and stored and so on.
All of this equals $$$$$ which of course will be passed on to the shooters such as me.
As with all firearm regulatory laws they really only affect the law abiding citizens and often are used to infringe on gun owners rights.
Those who want to use firearms to commit crime will obtain them and the ammo illegally thus circumventing any law all together. These laws just don’t do much of anything to stop crime.
BTY people are kind of suspicious of a new member who posts a gun control type poll with their first post so don’t be too surprised if you don’t get too many responses.
* The Model 15: The K-38 Combat Masterpiece
* .38 S&W Special Double Action Revolver
* The Model 15-3 was manufactured between 1967 and 1977
* If it's a 4" Square Butt and supposed to be from a Deputy Sheriff in California it should be marked "Property of Sacramento Sheriff"
* Serial Number 17K2*** was manufactured in 1977 soon to be replaced by the M15-4 also released in 1977
Yes: I think ammo should be marked. As a reloader, I want to know what kind of brass I'm picking up at the range.
No: I might want to create a wildcat & stamp the brass with my own markings.
Yes, under certain conditions: when it's nice & sunny outside.
No, under certain conditions: I have to move to California.
Is that what your question means?....
If you had chosen to create two separate and distinct threads in order to start two different discussions, perhaps your meandering post might have received less criticism.
Again, welcome aboard!
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