Wednesday, November 19, 2008

I know it's been mentioned before, but the ammunition registration

clowns are still with us and pushing their crap. Basically, they want to serial-number each and every bullet, which means when you buy ammo the ammo would be registered to you(which means it's also backdoor firearm registration).

According to their site, this crap is being pushed
Alabama
Alabama Senate Bill 541

Arizona
Arizona House Bill 2833

California
California Senate Bill 997 (Carried Over from 2007)

Connecticut
Connecticut Senate Bill 603

Hawaii
Hawaii House Bill 2392
Hawaii Senate Bill 2020
Hawaii Senate Bill 2076
Hawaii House Resolution 82-07 (Carried Over from 2007)
Hawaii Concurrent Resolution 104-06 (Carried Over from 2007)

Illinois
Illinois House Bill 4258
Illinois House Bill 4259
Illinois House Bill 4269
Illinois House Bill 4349
Illinois Senate Bill 1095 (Carried Over from 2007)

Indiana
Indiana House Bill 1260

Kentucky
Kentucky House Bill 715

Maryland
Maryland House Bill 517

Mississippi
Mississippi Senate Bill 2286

Missouri
Missouri Senate Bill 1200

New Jersey
New Jersey Assembly Bill 2490

New York
New York Assembly Bill 10259
New York Assembly Bill 6920 (Carried Over from 2007)
New York Assembly Bill 7300 (Carried Over from 2007)
New York Senate Bill 1177 (Carried Over from 2007)
New York Senate Bill 3731 (Carried Over from 2007)

Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania House Bill

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Senate Bill 2742

South Carolina
South Carolina Senate Bill 1259

Tennessee
Tennessee House Bill 3245
Tennessee Senate Bill 3395

Washington
Washington House Bill 3359

If your state is there, you might want to yell at your state government varmints about it.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What the hell? I didn't think my state was that stupid!

Thanks for the heads up, time to fire off some letters.

Brent Crude said...

I know where a hundred bucks would get me 15 tonnes of 12' high industrial press with a big motor on it.

It'd need some work to free it up, it's been standing out for a few years and I'd need to make some suitable dies.

Steel suitable for deep drawing is available from old auto parts, and lead from old batteries and wheel weights.

Now, whats to say what that old press makes would have to be seriel numbered? it need only be stamping ammo out 1 holiday weekend a year... the rest of the time it could be doing all sorts of press work.

here’s a link to how it was done in the past:
http://www.archive.org/details/cartridgemanufac00hamirich

apologies for any simillarities to my post at Alphecca a few days back

B Crude