Handloaders get reprieve, again.

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by deadshot2, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. deadshot2

    deadshot2
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    Well, it looks like we'll still be able to use lead bullets. The EPA just told the environmental groups that they had no power to ban lead in hunting bullets as this use was specifically exempted from the law.

    Once again we get a reprieve. Wonder how long it will be before the environmental groups decide to go after lead bullets in Congress?
     
  2. Rascals

    Rascals
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    A couple days after the election. Then it will get real bad if oboma stays in. LEss if the other gets in.
     
  3. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg
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    When lead is outlawed only outlaws will have wheelweights
     
  4. Capn Jack

    Capn Jack
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    Heck! I'm still working my way through my old SCUBA weight belts.:D:D:p
     
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  5. noylj

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    Well, California managed to ban lead bullets for hunting.
     
  6. fxdc

    fxdc
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    So this will turn into each state being able to do as EACH please's? Deal as Kate Brown nose will move to do like Cal & NY did?
     
  7. coyote223

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    If demokkkRats control the state, they will do what their party commands,,,
     
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  8. fxdc

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    I would expect then the recent NY laws that the supreme Court ruled in favor of will be coming soon to oregon .
     

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