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Discussion in 'Firearm-Related News' started by Tony617, Feb 5, 2016.
Thanks, but not sure what we can do.
This could be an easy fix.
Most work sights and stores are required to have the MSDS there so you can see WTF you are buying. Like all the chemicals in a hardware store?
If you don't know the MSDS tells you all the info you need to know about exposure to what chemicals are in the product you are using or buying.
So the manufacturers could send a MSDS with the ammo,or just send each store one, and have it where people can read it ***IF*** they really care,lol
And the manufacturers have this at the factories already. They have to by OSHA standards
I bet I can recall ,maybe ,3 people,I have shot with,who would really care. Most shooters know the dangers and do as much about this as they care to.
You know,like adults who don't need the gubments intervention ?
***I just emailed my post and this thread to Joe.***