These gun posts are unique as that the products, research, photos, drawings and work has been done by me, or I have traveled to places to see those doing unusual things related to guns and have taken photos of their inventions and genius related to guns. Some gun products are handmade by me in these posts and have taken a month. Reports have taken up to and over a week for a single post I have dyslexia which spelling is corrected in my books but not here.
Richard W. Norman
Guns, and Gun related information, survival, home ammo production and much more
Just so you know in Russia and Nazi Germany the pre-preparation for national disarmament required a lot of failed bills placed before their governments. This was not a wast of time nor were they failures. When the hammer fell they simply amassed all the failed bills and past them all at one time. This allowed these governments to permanently entomb their people in prison work and death camps. However no one lived long enough to finish their sentence.
Historical Review On July 30th, U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) and U.S. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.) introduced legislation that would impose sweeping new--and not so new--restrictions on ammunition sales.
The bills, S. 3458 and H.R. 6241, are known as the “Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act.” The bill itself has four elements: (1) A federal licensing requirement for ammunition sellers; (2) Recordkeeping on all ammunition sales; (3) Reporting of all sales of more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition to anyone without a federal firearms license within five consecutive business days; and (4) A photo identification requirement for all non-licensees buying ammunition, “effectively banning the online or mail order purchase of ammo by regular civilians.”
The two lawmakers’ contempt for “regular civilians” is nothing new, and neither are the first two of the requirements they propose. Starting in 1968, ammunition dealers had to have licenses from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and also had to keep records of purchasers. The recordkeeping requirement on .22 caliber rimfire ammunition was so burdensome that it was repealed in 1982. Congress did away with the remaining licensing and recordkeeping provisions as part of the "Firearms Owners’ Protection Act of 1986" after the BATF itself said the restrictions had “no substantial law enforcement value.”
If they pass laws against guns and ammo you will either make what you need at home or do without. In my book I discus reloading 22 ammo along with powder and primer making and a host of valuable information on powder primers gun repair and construction.