Discussion in 'On Topic' started by GuiltySparc, Apr 23, 2008.
yep. it's a crock of fucking shit. if the law passes i dunno what to do.
That is some bullshit!
guess i'll be buying my ammo from VA and smuggling it in to MD. I don't want to be on another fucking registry
Time to move to KS.
"saving lives, one bullet at a time" on their front page. what a load of shit. 5 cent tax isn't going to make a murderer rethink what he's about to do
the tax is irritating, but the ammunition registry is outrageous.
especially if u buy 4,000 rounds of xm855, then it becomes illegal to have it .
Better stay the hell away from Texas.
keep that liberal gun control bullshit outta my state
This shit gets proposed all the time.
Jesus..... .05 a round? Kiss my ass.
What a bunch of fucking bullshit.
here is a nice tid bit...
So they will make us get rid of our old ammo without compensation too.
lol, how are they going to make sure you disposed of the ammo
... at about 900 rpm
my guess would be they could stop people who are outside their homes and ask to see whatever ammo they have.
But if the state already has a registry on say, handguns, then they have a list of people and their addresses/phone numbers. At that point, they can call you up or send folks over to your house to verify the disposal.
Home invas... I mean, no-knock search warrants conducted by plainsclothes police officers.
fuck this shit
I highly doubt it's going to get anywhere, but I emailed my local reps last month. Both of them are gun friendly, and they both told me they don't see it going far, but are voting against it regardless.
This is my favorite part by the way...
nice find KNYTE
.05 a round? that's an extra $50 per case. Fuck that. Criminals will just, oh, I don't know, pick up casings or use a revolver, making this completely useless.
It's not 5 cents a round, it's half a cent a round. Which is ~$2.75 for a 550 pack of 22 ammo, or $5 a case. Which really isnt that bad cost wise, but the whole idea behind it is pure horseshit.
edit - apparently it is .05 in MD, I was looking at other states
Or just use old ammo.