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Monday, June 16, 2008

A Slippery Slope

Guns and ammo are being legislated to death. And I believe this is by design of the liberal officials of government.

The California Assembly voted to restrict lawful commerce in the state by outlawing the Internet sales of handgun ammunition (not excluding .22-caliber rimfire ammo). Assembly Bill 2062 states that transactions of more than 50 rounds a month will require a permit, which may be granted by the Department of Justice after a $35 application fee and background check, and up to a 30-day wait.

I shoot 50-100 rounds every Thursday at the range. So, now I have to get registered and background checked and pay a tax for more than 50 rounds a month???

Here's a link to the story - Click Here

Please contact your state Senator and urge them to oppose this bill.

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