Regulating bullets......

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  1. vertical ascent

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    Adding self to follow the thread...

    I am concerned that technology would make it much easier to track purchases.

    Peter
     
  3. rdb241

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    People..........gun control, ammo control..........it all starts with spring control. Outlaw springs. There is not a single firearm that does not use a spring or two.
     
  4. dallen1x

    dallen1x
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    :lolbeat:Now you're on to something. Uh, metal....ya, that's it. Outlaw metal that's not used to their specs to make safe items.
    Oh, wait, don't they make some really good ceramic knives too?
     
  5. chrisk86

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    For places like California where buyers were all finger printed I think it would be to hard to police ammunition sales now being that so man people can travel so easily now and buy so much online compared to the 80's
     
  6. Chalupacabra

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    Hollywood taught me in Die Hard 2 about Glocks.
    They're porcelain guns that cost more than I make in a month.
    It's not Real! - YouTube
     
  7. Greenbug

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    I like to regulate my own bullets with proper sight alignment and trigger control!:cool:
     
  8. RoneKiln

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    They should put serial numbers on gasoline too in order to track stolen vehicles. And require a license to buy gasoline to help catch drunk drivers and...

    Yeah, I've already run out of sarcasm.
     
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