Everyone keeps stating firearm & ammo makers are having record sales. However some of those companies are owned by conglomerates that are taking federal funds. Could this effect the long term health of firearm rights?
For a while, I've felt the guy in the White House making major changes to firearm regulation was unlikely. Sure, it could happen, but without other factors (like say martial law or a very public martyr to the anti-gun cause) I don't think anti-gun has the political will to enact major anti-gun legislation in the next four years.
I have always provided a caveat. They could target ammo. From taxation to the level to prohibition to serial numbered rounds. I not sure how it could happen, but I thought they may target firearms in that way.
Just as a thought, do you think an aggressive environmental policy could be used to target ammo? Something several hunters have been hit with, but I wonder if it could go farther?
For example, could they define ranges as environmental / toxic. Could they put greater taxs on the production because of the toxic lead production. Etc, etc...