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No bullets, no shooting

If they can't take our guns, they'll take the ammo...


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I'll turn over my bullets

but I don't think they will like how I turn them over. That is all I have to say. Keep up the great work.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

The R3volution requires action, not observation!!!!

Unconstitutional. The ammo

Unconstitutional. The ammo is the consumeable PART of the arms. Would be just as senseless to say that guns are legal, but gun barrels are not. Or guns are legal, but the firing mechanism is illegal. Or the right to petition the government for redress of grievence is legal, but a response from government is not. Or the right to vote is legal, but a requirment to accurately count the vote is not...

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Arizona, New York, Illinois...Hmmm

Who do we know from those states? They didn't mention Texas! We've got a Republican running for Senate in Mass., Jim Ogonowsky, who's going to try to oust John Kerry. Wow! Wouldn't that be great! ;)


If they tried this in Texas

it would be political suicide, literally.

"the only thing that keeps the banking system from failing is general ignorance about how the banking system works."

A thought

I don't have a gun or ammo, so, I don't claim to have a full understanding of what I'm about to suggest here...

Disclaimer out of the way, what if several people -- I mean, a whole bunch of folks -- who use the same kind of ammunition all bought their own ammo, each box "registered' to them personally, then they got together and poured all their ammo out into a great big pile, mixed it up, and then refilled their boxes with the mixed-registration-number bullets...

If enough people did this, wouldn't that pretty much thwart any "tracking" ability the registered numbers were designed to supply? Would such actions eliminate (or at least, greatly reduce) the usefulness of the registration numbers?

not in my neighbourhood

I can buy guns and ammo from a guy who sells them out of the back of a panel van on gratiot.

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Would that be Gratiot Avenue

Would that be Gratiot Avenue in Detroit? AH, the power of entrepeneurism!

Because of this I have sold

Because of this I have sold all my ammo and guns! if they won't atleast pay me for what i have in it, there is no sense in keeping it! :)

as for me and my home, we shall worship the LORD

then go and do that

and stop talking about it.

which lord? ra? zeus? mickey mantle?

you know......there's nothing wrong with believing in your own religion enough and having confidence in it to not have to f'ing talk about it every second.

gees cinco.... you need to

gees cinco.... you need to me to send you a box of exlax or a good stool softener??

as for me and my home, we shall worship the LORD

What State?


From the article...

In the last year, so-called “encoded” or “serialized” ammunition bills have been introduced in 13 states—Arizona, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Washington. Their goal: Destroy our Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
All of these bills would prohibit the manufacture and sale of ammunition, unless the bullets and cartridge cases are marked with a code and registered to the owners in a computerized database. Most would also require gun owners to forfeit any non-coded ammunition they possess.

"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors."
- Plato

If it's a fight they want.

No problem, they can have the big guys with the guns, I'll take the little guys with the knives.

I heard they

are actively buying up all the ammo they can find. A truckload arrived at a gun show and the govt came in and bought it all.

There was plenty

of ammo available at the AZ gun show in Phoenix last weekend

was it 1000 round cases of

was it 1000 round cases of .223 or .308? and i bet it was expensive too..
right now trying to find reasonable m855 or m80 ammo is very hard to do.. and if you do find it in 1000 round cases they charge an arm and a leg for it! now if you say a 20n round box here and there or 50 round boxes for pistol thats common// but for military calibers its hard to find!

as for me and my home, we shall worship the LORD