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Ammunition Background Checks

This is a discussion on Ammunition Background Checks within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by cmdrdredd The gun is worthless without ammo so... ssssshhhhhhhhhh, not so loud!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
    The gun is worthless without ammo so...
    ssssshhhhhhhhhh, not so loud!
    "I plan ahead. That way, I don't have to do anything right now!"


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    ...papers...gif to me your papers, plizz...

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    The gun shop isn't going to ignore the cost of employees' time running the background check for a box of ammo. It costs them something to pay a clerk to run it, and that cost will be multiplied by X (profit margin) and added to the cost of a box of ammo. I for one think ammo is expensive enough already, especially lately!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    OK...which one of you tore the ammo background check page out of my memo...I just checked again and it's not there...where did this come from?
    Whats your deal, are you a liberal spy?

    More on point to your post, I believe this is already law in NY. So that's where it came from.
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    Don't know whether to laugh or cry. Looking at it from my vantage point as an old man, and thinking back on
    the days when as a teen I could buy a brick of .22 ammo (and anything else in the way of ammo) at the local
    hardware store, I find this whole conversation as mind bending as my iPhone, iPad, and iMac.

    I don't think my poor old brain can take much more 'change' and I'm not talking politics.
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    So the real agenda and hypocrisy of the government is both indisputable and transparent. Trying to convince any objectors using facts and logic is impossible because they are not interested in the facts, only in their agenda.

    Think of it this way- how many children and entire families are killed every year due to alcohol. Where is the cry for mental health checks and registration for drinkers? Why doesn't a liquor store ask for an alcohol ID card to prove someone is a registered drinker, or do a quick background check at the register anytime somebody wants to buy a bottle of bourbon, perhaps to see if they have exceeded their govt imposed limit on how many bottles they can buy in one month?

    The answer is simple. Drinking doesn't interfere with the behind the scenes govt agenda to put us under one world government ( world bank, UN troops, world court, etc). Btw I drink responsibly and don't have any problem with anyone else who does the same- just trying to show how absurd the whole gun thing is.

    If the governmeny wants to be our nanny then perhaps every elected official should have a mental health check before and periodically while in office. Probably an intelligence test also. Now THAT I can get behind.

    Either way no one is getting any guns, ammo or magazines I have- my rights are not afforded by government- they are inalienable.

    Rant over.

    Carry on :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabbit2011 View Post
    When my wife asks me why ammo background checks would be a bad thing.... I can only reply that it will be a convince issue. Does anyone else have other answers for this riddle.
    I've never seen a bullet kill anyone without first being loaded into a gun. Nuff said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whoppo View Post
    I had to take a federal exam to get my ham radio license, but I don't need to get permission from the FCC to recharge the battery in my radio.
    And it's a good thing, waiting 5 weeks to charge your battery would really suck!
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    Reading this thread and reflecting. Does anyone else here believe that your right to self-defense is natural and that it exists regardless of the wording or interpretation of the Second Amendment? Saying that your right is "allowed" by the Constitution is an oxymoron. The reason we have a Constitution is to make sure our autonomy is not taken from us. Sadly, we seem to want to give it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bombthrower77 View Post
    Reading this thread and reflecting. Does anyone else here believe that your right to self-defense is natural and that it exists regardless of the wording or interpretation of the Second Amendment? Saying that your right is "allowed" by the Constitution is an oxymoron. The reason we have a Constitution is to make sure our autonomy is not taken from us. Sadly, we seem to want to give it away.

    If I've gone too far off topic, delete or move as deemed necessary. I'm here under my own volition.
    The constitution simply reinforces the right and protects it from being taken away by laws.

    Remember laws remove freedoms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
    The constitution simply reinforces the right and protects it from being taken away by laws.

    Remember laws remove freedoms.
    Well, that makes two of us. I was beginning to worry with some of the comments I've come across.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    They are no different than NICS checks...they are registering YOU as a gun owner.

    Registration only has one purpose...CONFISCATION. There is no other reason.
    Oh, I dunno - there's always the taxation aspect.

    Cars are registered to... ? Not catch speeders and criminals, but to tax their owners!
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    The day that checks are required to get a box of ammo, it's time for war

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    Because one can always buy the individual components and make their own...and because those consitutionally protected firearms are rendered useless without them.
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    They can check my ammo from the end of the gun that the ammo comes out of before I ever fill out any more forms that sadly I have to.

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