New Jersey Assembly aims to ban all handgun, some rifle ammo

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    New Jersey Assembly aims to ban all handgun, some rifle ammo

    Prison Planet.com New Jersey Assembly aims to ban all handgun, some rifle ammo

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    January 28, 2012

    In an end-run around an all out gun ban, the New Jersey Assembly Law & Public Safety Committee is set to consider legislation that would ban ammunition under the auspices of protecting police.

    The language seemingly targets the already prohibited ‘armor piercing ammunition’ but would encompass any ammo that is deemed to “pose a threat to the safety and well being of law enforcement.” Ammoland is reporting that “Common hunting, target, and self-defense ammunition would be subject to ban, along with BB’s, airgun pellets, and non-metallic ammunition like plastic airsoft pellets.”


    The NRA concurs with Ammoland, reporting that while the language of the bill seemingly deals only with handgun ammo, the actual legislation could include the ban of many rifle ammunition, particularly as there is a bleed over between cartridges that work with both types of firearms....


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    How does LE enforce such a law? There really isn't a good way to enforce a law such as this that will put a dent in a criminals ability to kill someone with a gun. what they need to do is fund LE and put more cops on the street so they can be more proactive in curtailing violent crime by having a bigger presence where the high violent crime is happening.
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    This is the same state with the GOP governor many consider to be a serious contender for higher office?

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    I'm waiting for someone to step up here in New Jersey and protect our......Constitutional Rights.......where is he ?

    Stop electing these libral lawyer types or Insurance rates, taxes and our firearms laws will never change for the good......defeat them at the Voting Booth.

    +1 for Ron Paul and our Constitutional Rights.
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    Liberal state with mostly liberal voters....there u have it. It's like ******* against the tide..
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    If the people want to sit back an take it, that's on them. They will wake up when it's too late to do anything about it. Why not just move to England, it's already the way they want it over there.
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    This law is written with typical Jersey vagueness that would enable 'the authorities' to redefine 'dangerous ammo' whenever they saw fit.
    And Chris Christie is no friend of gun rights/2A advocates. His political appointees reveal where his heart really is.
    He's just another member of the political machine here...a machine that wants to control every aspect of our lives.
    I could see Christie signing this legislation...unless of course he does have presidential aspirations.
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    You know, it's a real shame to see BS like this even get serious consideration.

    It's also a shame that Ron Paul hasn't learned to moderate (i.e., move away from far right) just a few of his key positions. If he could just come to the middle a little bit on some issues, then he might actually have a chance of becoming POTUS. Damn, we REALLY need someone like a Ron Paul............

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    Pennsylvania ammo sellers thinks this new law rocks!
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    Think about it you have heard this before. Remember the days of the Brady bill they had tried this idea at a National level . It almost got passed but someone woke up and they figured out it banned all ammo. Same stuff recycled. That does not mean you can rest we must work to stop it, but it will keep coming back.
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    Insanity

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    I'm certain that the criminals barred from having guns in their mere possession will not being using the imaginary bullets in the imaginary guns to kill real people.

    I mean, that never happens, right?
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    Like anything liberals try to pass in legislatures, they appeal to emotions...

    think-of-the-children.jpg

    In this one, they will argue that voting against anything that can "pose a threat to the safety and well being of law enforcement" makes you anti law enforcement...

    It's an emotional appeal...nothing more...

    Liberals use emotions, conservatives use facts (at least true conservatives do...)
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    Angry

    It sounds like everything else with this country lately. Chipping away at our values and rights at ever turn. The balance level is on a slow tilt towards the liberal thinkers and politicians sell us out to retain their votes as a general rule. In reality non of those politicians have us in their hearts and minds so we end up voting for the lesser of two evils. I don't trust any of them at all with my rights and freedoms for a moment. It's all ends up being a lawyers game for the rich man for control.
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    I figured out why they do this. They don't have the brains or the patience to actually close a case based on the actual crime so they're adding this as a way to put the BGs in jail based just upon having something like bullets.

    On the way, they get to harass regular law-abiding citizens whom they don't think should have the same rights as a LEO (because let's face it, what makes LEOs feel special is having guns).

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