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Re: Heard ammo maker said no more

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02-23-2013 20:04:42

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I have read that gov agencies that would never have a need for ammo are now being allotted purchasing power. Any thoughts on this besides just another way to drain the ammo market?

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02-23-2013 21:16:04

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 Re: Heard ammo maker said no more in reply to Mark6005, 02-23-2013 20:04:42  
over 2 billion rds have been purchased much of it by agencies that do not need the first round.

i have heard its being destroyed and i have heard its being stockpiled.

The truth is who knows except the people buying it.

It is true that ammo makers are at 24/7 production levels

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02-23-2013 20:43:27

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 Re: Heard ammo maker said no more in reply to Mark6005, 02-23-2013 20:04:42  
Well to me it is simple. If the gov can not take the guns then they can take the ammo. I do not think the 2nd amendment says anything about ammo so if the people stand up and say hey you can not have my guns is the ammo also protected by the 2nd amendment??

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03-07-2013 06:52:31

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 Re: Heard ammo maker said no more in reply to old, 02-23-2013 20:43:27  
The ammunition is a part of the firearm. The second amendment doesn't say anything about stocks, bolts, magazines, flash suppressors, sights, etc. Banning ammo would still be infringing on our second amendment right.

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02-24-2013 08:58:35

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 Re: Heard ammo maker said no more in reply to old, 02-23-2013 20:43:27  
I can see it coming. Federal Ammunition has a plant in every state and the feds can pack sand.

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02-23-2013 21:05:50

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 Re: Heard ammo maker said no more in reply to old, 02-23-2013 20:43:27  
The 2A says "ARMS" as in a "Standard of Arms" a Standard of Arms is a Rifle a Pistol, a bayonet and any powder and shot which is ammunition and any powder horn or web gear to carry it in. It may also include a sword if its for an officer.

So the 2nd article of amendment covers ammo!

The claim that the 2A doesnt cover ammo is an argument put for by the left but it doesnt stand the facts of history

PS. The USA was making 40,000 standards of arms a year for public arms by 1803. Thanks to the efforts of the office of Arms purator ran by Tench Coxe. Coxe started using a power trip hammer that year at harpers Ferry to make rifle barrels production was greatly increased.

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