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    Need permit to buy ammo and $50 dollar ammo fee


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    Sounds reasonable to me....lol
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    Excellent policy.

    Price the riff-raff out of the market.

    Gomer will have to decide if he wants a gallon of Rebel Yell or a box of bullets.

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    I go to California several times a year on business. Lived there once. Guess what I will be delivering to my friends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geerair View Post
    Excellent policy.

    Price the riff-raff out of the market.

    Gomer will have to decide if he wants a gallon of Rebel Yell or a box of bullets.

    Until the crime rates increase in response to increased prices.

    Break-ins at guns stores and at the homes of known or suspected gun owners will become more common...

    Then, they'll mandate safe ammunition storage laws if they aren't in place already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh B View Post
    I go to California several times a year on business. Lived there once. Guess what I will be delivering to my friends?
    Sure to be a felony, Hugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Sure to be a felony, Hugh.
    Yup, seeing as part of the bill states that all sales must be person to person and the shop has to have a permit and keep records as well. I can see in the future each batch of bullets getting their own serial numbers and them being able to trace bullets back to people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfshadow View Post
    Yup, seeing as part of the bill states that all sales must be person to person and the shop has to have a permit and keep records as well. I can see in the future each batch of bullets getting their own serial numbers and them being able to trace bullets back to people.
    Taggants.

    Serial numbers aren't practical on mass-produced ammunition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Taggants.

    Serial numbers aren't practical on mass-produced ammunition.
    Yeah I could see where that would work better.

    This will make reloading the new main hobby in cali for gun owners.

    This sorta reminds me of one of the politicians that was pushing to ban high capacity magazines that did not they could be reloaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfshadow View Post
    Yeah I could see where that would work better.

    This will make reloading the new main hobby in cali for gun owners.

    This sorta reminds me of one of the politicians that was pushing to ban high capacity magazines that did not they could be reloaded.
    Canister powder would also be tagged.


    Reloading wouldn't avoid the taggants. In fact, reloaders would likely be first to see taggants as smokeless propellents can be used for nefarious purposes quite easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Canister powder would also be tagged.


    Reloading wouldn't avoid the taggants. In fact, reloaders would likely be first to see taggants as smokeless propellents can be used for nefarious purposes quite easily.
    I sure some will take the extra step to make there own powder. The info is readily available these days.

    Someone will find a way around this. The same way that people are producing AKs legally. Its the whole problem that exists with trying to legislate every problem away. Someone will find a way that was not thought of, and even if they don't they will just do it anyways.

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    Oh, they can tag just about anything they want to with nano technology or radioactive markers.

    What makes you think your and my bodies have not already been tagged by the gubbermint?

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    this is why most gun owners in California own Nevada property

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