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Durham, NC seeks to limit ammo sales

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    Durham, NC seeks to limit ammo sales

    Looks like the City of Durham is at it again; just poseted February 24, 2009 - 9:15 AM:

    Durham seeks to limit ammo sales | durham, raising, increase - Top News - Burlington Times News

    Durham's resolution on ammunition sales is a simplified version of the ``Bullet Ownership Bill'' promoted by Durham minister Melvin Whitley. It would modify existing state laws to allow handgun-ammunition sales only to those holding a pistol purchase or concealed weapons permit.

    Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez spoke in support of the restriction.

    ``I would support anything that any way is going to curtail our youth having access to firearms and having access to bullets,'' Lopez said. Amending the law also would ``help identify those who are out there buying them in some bulk,'' the police chief said.


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    You know, I never think of Durham when I think of "thought leadership". The reprobates of Durham continue to run loose and the good Rev Whitley thinks serializing bullets might be the answer. This is very scary in my opinion. Weasel works to the 2nd. But oh boy....a new distribution channel for black market.
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    Enlighten me...why would anybody without a pistol license...whether concealed or otherwise...purchase ammo?

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    Could be the boogie man with mal intent
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    This won't go anywhere... It's the city looking for media hype so they can say..." look we care about you, were going to get all of the bullets of the street" This city has yet to take responsibility for their poor leadership

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncglock View Post
    This won't go anywhere... It's the city looking for media hype so they can say..." look we care about you, were going to get all of the bullets of the street" This city has yet to take responsibility for their poor leadership
    Agreed! It goes nowhere I predict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit383 View Post
    Enlighten me...why would anybody without a pistol license...whether concealed or otherwise...purchase ammo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit383 View Post
    Enlighten me...why would anybody without a pistol license...whether concealed or otherwise...purchase ammo?

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    There are plenty of pistol caliber carbine available on the market. Someone who owned one would not be able to buy ammo for it if they didn't have a pistol purchase or a carry permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit383 View Post
    Enlighten me...why would anybody without a pistol license...whether concealed or otherwise...purchase ammo?

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    I SC you don't have to have a license to own a pistol just to carry one concealed so I imagine there would be a lot of people here that would need to do so.

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    What is his definition of "youth"? And when was it they could buy pistol ammo? I think its time Chief Lopez went back to Law Enforcement academy and learned some laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit383 View Post
    Enlighten me...why would anybody without a pistol license...whether concealed or otherwise...purchase ammo?

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    My wife does not own a pistol or have a CCL, but every now and again she surprises me with a gift of ammo. So I guess as long as she does not go to Durham she's good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dal1Celt View Post
    My wife does not own a pistol or have a CCL, but every now and again she surprises me with a gift of ammo. So I guess as long as she does not go to Durham she's good to go.

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    Great wife...but a gift card can do that...

    I can see the argument about rifles and a license...regardless, wonder how this would play for those that order ammo over the internet. Seems like a moot (mute:))) point.

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    Just some Sabre rattling from Durham again. Nothing more. Technically NC has pre-emption laws to prevent this, however thery are rarely if ever enforced.
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    Amending the law also would ``help identify those who are out there buying them in some bulk,'' the police chief said.
    Why is it anyone's business who is buying ammo in bulk? Last I heard, it's not against the law.

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