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Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby founderant » Wed Jan 03, 2018 9:05 am

Watch California if you want to see how gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

http://www.breitbart.com/california/201 ... n-control/
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby rickdun » Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:21 am

I expect nothing less from the left coast and that moron Gov. Brown.

I'm surprised that his moron buddy from NY (Gov. KooKooomo) hasn't done the same thing.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby woodchipper518 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:51 am

Hoping the 'big one' cuts them loose to sink or swim in the Pacific......I can dream right? Time for another bulk purchase.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby Fullmoon » Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:32 am

They tried this approach several years ago and gov Moonbeam refused to sign it into law. Maybe Bloomberg bribed him through a large campaign "donation" ?
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Postby danthman114 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:35 pm

people are just going to go to neighboring states to buy it... I can see it now on the checkpoints entering California: sir, do you have any fruits, veggies, or ammo in your vehicle?
driver: nope. (drives off eating an apple)
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Postby NJMike » Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:13 pm

In NJ, we already have to present an ID card to purchase ammo, and if it's handgun ammo it's logged who and what was purchased. Some stores log rifle and shotgun ammo too (Dick's Sporting Goods does this).
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http://www.state.nj.us/njsp/info/pdf/fi ... 3-ch54.pdf
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby NJMike » Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:14 pm

Now across the river in PA, I've heard one only needs a driver's license and/or a pulse.
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Postby MrDanB » Thu Jan 04, 2018 8:16 pm

They're going after 30rd magazines here in Wa.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby Photon Guy » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:26 am

NJMike wrote:Now across the river in PA, I've heard one only needs a driver's license and/or a pulse.


In PA all you need is a state driver's license and you can buy all the handguns, long guns, and ammo you want.

Although from what I know to buy handguns in PA you have to be a state resident for at least 30 days.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby rickdun » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:38 am

Photon Guy wrote:
NJMike wrote:Now across the river in PA, I've heard one only needs a driver's license and/or a pulse.


In PA all you need is a state driver's license and you can buy all the handguns, long guns, and ammo you want.

Although from what I know to buy handguns in PA you have to be a state resident for at least 30 days.


In PA you can buy all the guns (except pistols) you want from private individuals with just cash and a heart beat. Ammo, if you look over 18 yo and have a heart beat you can buy ammo.

I've bought at least a dozen AR's and shot guns this past year from individuals with just cash.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby IceFire » Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:23 pm

In AZ, you can buy all the guns (INCLUDING pistols) you want from private individuals with just cash or whatever other medium of exchange the seller is willing to accept and a heart beat. Ammo, if you look over 18 y/o (21 for handgun ammo) and have a heart beat you can buy ammo.

Not only that, but if you have a CCL, when you buy from a licensed dealer, you don't have to go through a NICS check...they write your CCL number in on the line where the NICS number usually goes.

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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby TRex2 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:01 am

founderant wrote:Watch California if you want to see how gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.
http://www.breitbart.com/california/201 ... n-control/


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The LEFTIST morons have tried this before, and they keep trying it again.
The danger is that one day, it will work.

woodchipper518 wrote:Hoping the 'big one' cuts them loose to sink or swim in the Pacific......I can dream right? Time for another bulk purchase.

Spot On!
Thankfully, ammo prices are good.
In fact they will likely never get any better than they are right now.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby Photon Guy » Sat Jan 06, 2018 9:45 pm

IceFire wrote:In AZ, you can buy all the guns (INCLUDING pistols) you want from private individuals with just cash or whatever other medium of exchange the seller is willing to accept and a heart beat. Ammo, if you look over 18 y/o (21 for handgun ammo) and have a heart beat you can buy ammo.

Not only that, but if you have a CCL, when you buy from a licensed dealer, you don't have to go through a NICS check...they write your CCL number in on the line where the NICS number usually goes.

Gotta love Arizona!


So does it have to be an Arizona state CCL? How about if you've got a CCL that's not from your home state? I am a PA resident and I've got a NV state carry permit. I understand that Arizona is now a constitutional carry state and so you wouldn't need a permit to carry concealed in AZ.
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby IceFire » Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:28 pm

Photon Guy wrote:
IceFire wrote:In AZ, you can buy all the guns (INCLUDING pistols) you want from private individuals with just cash or whatever other medium of exchange the seller is willing to accept and a heart beat. Ammo, if you look over 18 y/o (21 for handgun ammo) and have a heart beat you can buy ammo.

Not only that, but if you have a CCL, when you buy from a licensed dealer, you don't have to go through a NICS check...they write your CCL number in on the line where the NICS number usually goes.

Gotta love Arizona!


So does it have to be an Arizona state CCL? How about if you've got a CCL that's not from your home state? I am a PA resident and I've got a NV state carry permit. I understand that Arizona is now a constitutional carry state and so you wouldn't need a permit to carry concealed in AZ.


Yes, to avoid the NICS check, it does need to be an Arizona CCL. And yes, Arizona IS a Constitutional Carry state, so you do NOT need a license to carry here, either openly OR concealed. Having the CCL DOES make buying guns easier, though, and of course, you'd need it to carry OUT of state, but of course, you need to check WHICH states honor Arizona's CCL. Sure wish Congress would pass national reciprocity!
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Re: Gun control advocates move from guns to ammo.

Postby Photon Guy » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:09 pm

IceFire wrote:Sure wish Congress would pass national reciprocity!

Well supposedly H.R. 38 is just about dead as disappointing as that is. I do hope they do something about that and that they do pass national reciprocity of some sort or another.
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