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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenb View Post
    I've got a nice patch of desert that I've stretched a friend's out to 1450 yards with.
    3 out of 5 hits on a 55g drum
    1450 is a good range for a .50BMG. Anythng less than 600 is a waste of time.

    I can shoot out to 1000, but only for actual competition, and then only with a .338 or smaller.

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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    1450 is a good range for a .50BMG. Anythng less than 600 is a waste of time.

    I can shoot out to 1000, but only for actual competition, and then only with a .338 or smaller.
    I rock my 30-06 out at 1k yards.

    At some point I wanna try out a mile with it. Just wish match ammo wasn't so expensive for that beast.
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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenb View Post
    Ammunition Bill Signed into Law | News10.net | Sacramento, California | Local News





    Wow, it must hurt to have his head so far up his ass... This will do nothing for violent crime in California.. I guess I should stock up on ammo and open a stand on the border of California and Az and sell ammo to them.

    How do they plan on stopping people from going out of state to purchase? Further, how do they plan on stopping those same people from selling it to their friends?

    Stupid ****ing legislation, the gun grabbers just don't have any common ****ing sense.
    I'm thinking this will go to court.

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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    You must register to vote to exercise your right to vote, so registration is not an infringement.
    Is there a right-to-vote granted by the USA Constitution and, if so, where is it?

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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    The bill is a bad law. Handgun ammunition is too prolific to be controlled in such a fashion. The benefits will likely be marginal, and few criminals will be prevented from obtaining ammunition. Storing ammunition behind the counter is a good idea, but not important enough to require a law.

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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by TOJ View Post
    Is there a right-to-vote granted by the USA Constitution and, if so, where is it?

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    ooooo, props, TOJ

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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by TOJ View Post
    Is there a right-to-vote granted by the USA Constitution and, if so, where is it?

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    10th amendment. Besides, it's the basis of what the system is built on. If you want to make some fundamental "right" issue on it, there is room. You can even argue against it being a base human right as the system originally revolved around only rich, white, land owners being allowed to vote. However, in general the Constitution does not list all our rights. But they have been reserved by the States and People.
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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Wow.....wow. Thumb print customers...record their identification and report it to police!!! WTF ever happened to being able to secure your person, paper, and property against unreasonable search and seizure? Holy communists! More reasons as to why California should be kicked out of the Republic and sunk into the ocean.
    Sell California to China, which is compatible with it's ideology. While we are at it, we can also saw off Florida and float it out to Cuba because they don't know how to cast a vote, and then they blame Bush for the outcome. I say lets get rid of 2 crazy states, and make it economical, with only one saw blade. LOL.
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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Sell California to China, which is compatible with it's ideology. While we are at it, we can also saw off Florida and float it out to Cuba because they don't know how to cast a vote, and then they blame Bush for the outcome. I say lets get rid of 2 crazy states, and make it economical, with only one saw blade. LOL.

    Well, if we're slicing off CA and FL, you def gonna need a good case for crazy TX to stay. Although, most of them don't even want to stay

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    Re: Ammunition Bill Signed into Law

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    Well, if we're slicing off CA and FL, you def gonna need a good case for crazy TX to stay. Although, most of them don't even want to stay
    Don't worry about Texas. We are going to saw ourselves off, and save you the trouble.
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