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AssHats. "Technology cures everyting" -- riiiight. The scary thing connected to that theory is what was mentioned in another thread, i.e., the state confiscating all previously-made, non-coded ammo.

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another way for the man to get his nose into my business.if all ammo must be coded or thrown away in 3 yrs who's paying for that? my buddy has @ 3000 rounds for his ar does he have to get rid of it all with no reimbursement? what a crock.
 
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another way for the man to get his nose into my business.if all ammo must be coded or thrown away in 3 yrs who's paying for that? my buddy has @ 3000 rounds for his ar does he have to get rid of it all with no reimbursement? what a crock.
I ain't gettin' rid of sh!t. Maybe the day they come after it I'll
use it up....F them!! :twisted:
 

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I just find it interesting that all these pending bills are out there on ammo.
Imagine the problem tracking .22 cal stuff for instance as it works in rifles and handguns.
As it works in either I guess they will have to ask the use of the ammo you are buying?
Stupid in my opinion.
 
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