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Reloading May Be Banned

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by steve4102, Feb 21, 2008.

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  1. steve4102

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    More commie B.S. :fire:
     
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    4. You would be responsible for all eternity for ammunition registered to you.


    :what: What the heck is that all about? Illinois is just outrageous! Sounds like something a 2 year old would say. Forever and ever and ever....
     
  4. Walkalong

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    What a bunch of horse...... :banghead:
     
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    Give them credit, they are getting craftier
     
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    Time to stock up and learn to reload.
     
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    Illinois--Proud home of Barroc Husain Obama (Osama)--I know, it's probably not spelled correctly, but you know the communist I am referring to. Remember it, remember it well!!
     
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    I really empathize with you Illinoians. I don't know what it'll take for the citizens to finally see the light and to overthrow those tyrants in government. Obviously, it will have to be much worse than the NIU incident. And for that, I'm deeply sorry for the people that will be hurt.
     
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    you going to obey the law?
     
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    WOW! thats some commie crap right there.
     
  12. steve4102

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    Reloading will be illegal and "stocking up" would be usless. You would be required to turn over all ammo to the State.
     
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    Crafty indeed!

    So I wonder if this affects ammunition for Police Depts?

    Eternally responsible... - so who gets popped for ammo used later by a criminal with the serial number coming back to a Police Dept?

    Reloading, as some Depts do reload I would hazard to guess and what about expended cases in training and quals?
    Again, who gets popped if that brass is traced back to a Police Dept?


    I can see where this might not get passed, at all, or severely rethought.
    i.e. UK banned all knives and it dawned on folks, this meant knives for cooks and chefs to prep food.

    It sure will cost money to implement, and enforce.
    It will not look good the first time a crime is done with a firearm, already not legal in part of IL, and not be able to trace back where that ctg came from, to appease the voters and tax payers that had to pay for all this .


    Then again, BP and homemade bullets are not a new thing, and single shot, and O/U, and SxS shotguns do not expend brass and really hard to serial number all them pellets.

    Single shot .22 is another one , that does not leave brass...

    Emotions for votes...I really see this biting some butts on both sides of the fence, and the antis getting bit the hardest.

    Like NO ammo sales to IL, including Police Depts., so ammo mfg cannot get sued at all...
    Oh it would hurt the law abiding a lot, not affect the thugs so much.

    Police need ammo, they will run out, and will need reloading supplies...

    Even gun grabbers might concede and do their side more harm advocating some ammo sales and reloading so Police can protect them.

    Slippery slopes and tangled webs for sure.

    If the ammo mfg are really Pro Gun, I'd stop all sales to Police Depts in a hearbeat.
    Cut Police Depts off at the knees first and send a message before all this comes up.

    Time to play hardball...
    Ammo mfgs and Distributors quit selling to Police Depts.
     
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    I would not if a similar law were passed here in IN.

    I think if this law is seriously considered, the citizens need to get busy and
    remind these Stalinist/Maoist lawmakers who the voters are and who the servants are...
     
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    When public officials are sworn in to uphold the "Constitution" what does that mean :confused:
     
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    I'm sure Illinois has a decently large population of sportsman and hunters who never feel they are the target of the anti-gun zealots. It's time for them to wake up and smell the coffee. If they can't buy ammo that might help. It might even be better if people stop selling ammo to IL residents, so the sellors don't risk being tagged by the IL police for crimes they weren't a part of.
     
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    Wow, did someone move ********** over to the wrong side of the Rocky mountains... again ?!?!?

    I hope that there are still a few sane people left there to defeat this BS before it gets out of committee..
     
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    Come and take it.
     
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    Before you pass judgement

    I just read the text of both proposed bills. I hate both bills, but both say this:

    A manufacturer shall encode ammunition provided for
    retail sale for regulated firearms in a manner that the
    Director establishes.


    It applies to manufactured ammunition for retail sale.

    Neither bill prohibits reloading. Please go read the text of the bills.
     
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    And how long would it be until there were demands to close the "reloading loophole"? The whole strategy of the anti-gunners is to incrementally take away our rights.
     
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    Black market on reloading presses...saweeet.

    Is this a preview of things to come.

    You should see the optical character recognition technology in British Columbia.

    Big Brother is here, and we are paying for it.
     
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    You can thank the great state of California for starting all of this by passing a similar law. You would think the Congress should be doing more important things than harassing law abiding citizens. I guess the Constitution of The United States means nothing to these clowns! :rolleyes:
     
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    I will have to sell my reloader to a criminal, it won't stop them from reloading.
     
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    Glad someone did. Kinda makes you wonder why that site didn't bother to post a link to the text of the legislation.
     
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    Could you post a link to both bills?
     
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