Ban on reloading

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  1. Oregonhunter5

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    If the potus wants to stamp all bullets, than reloading might take a huge hit, or be outlawed soon.
    Hope this wouldnt happen.
    But if a bad person could grind off a serial number off the back of a bullet, then it's untraceable now.
    Man I hope these monkeys don't do that to us.
     
  2. Oregonhunter5

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    Bump. Think about his folks.
    Possible
     
  3. Trailboss

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    Pretty sure no one will be stamping the millions of rounds that are hand cast in homes. This type of law would be completely non-effective in stopping crime.
     
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    Unfortunatly, it won't matter to the gun grabbers.
     
  5. moose

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    Sadly, you are correct. When guns are gone, they'll go after knives. Pointy objects are bad, mmmmk.

    This is a snippet from a 2005 BBC article. When I first found it, I thought it a parody page but these morons are quite serious.

    Don't blame the drugs and alcohol, blame the knives. Personal responsibility has no place in modern society.

    BBC NEWS | Health | Doctors' kitchen knives ban call
     
  6. Certaindeaf

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    The holy grail is to be marked by the beast, so I'm/we're told. That ("marking bullets")is but minutiae compared to what is already being done. And so things go.
     
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  8. moose

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    Poor choice of words on my part. I meant to say "If they get their way and guns are gone..."
     
  9. Chalupacabra

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    The gov speaks in this of the futility of controlling ammo.Worth a read.
    Statement at the UN Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty Formal Meeting on Treaty Scope
     
  10. accessbob

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    It would require a LOT of resources, including more government and dollars, to do any of this. That is why New York backtracked on microstamping.
     
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    Oh so it wasn't because Microstamping had no possible way of working in anyway?
     
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    Everyone should own, and regularly shoot, a .357 magnum revolver.

    1) like all wheel guns, it doesn't chuck brass.
    2) the caliber comes chambered in some pretty nice lever guns.
    3) two calibers for one using .38 Special.
    4) not dependent on bullet shape to feed.
    5) easy to reload cartridge.
    6) velocity variances don't impact function.
    7) case capacity means black powder is not a reloading obstacle if it's all that's available.
    8) they're fun.
    9) come in a variety of revolver sizes.
    10) whether .357 or .38 Spec, the round can be hot loaded when used with modern revolvers and rifles.
     
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    11) Works well with cast bullets made in one's garage. The unmarked, unenforcible ones made from unbannable materials. :) Remember, the weak link is primers. Spend your dollars on primers.
     

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