Guess which lawmakers proposed a new bill that would require gun vendors to report anyone who buys 1,000 rounds of ammunition within a five-day span.

Quietman ~PWCM~JLA 2012/08/16 16:15:00

S.F. Bay-Area lawmakers proposed a new bill this week that would require gun vendors to report anyone who buys 1,000 rounds of ammunition within a five-day span.

AB-2512 would give vendors 24-hours to report the name and address of anyone who purchased 1000-rounds.

Read more: http://www.fox40.com/news/headlines/ktxl-new-bill-proposed-bu...
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  • Waldorf 2012/08/16 20:00:16 (edited)
    If they knew anything about ammunition, they would suggest over 1000, because the 1000 is a price break point which is commonly bought by those who shoot a lot, including me. I just bought a 1000 round case of 5.56 NATO. It was sealed in the factory box, packed 1000 rounds. More than that runs too heavy to handle and can exceed the UPS weight limit per package.
  • Professor Wizard 2012/08/16 19:44:17
    Professor Wizard
    Wow.. there is going to be a lot of phone calls the week prior and the weekend of IPDA Events! :)
  • BrianD3 2012/08/16 16:32:18
    so a determined guy just buys 999 here and then buys 999 there and then goes across the street and gets 999 more....
  • baboula 2012/08/16 16:24:02
    it doesn't specify if it would include different ammo that totals 1,000 rounds or 1,000 rounds for one gun. Admittedly, I do not have a gun and don't know if that would be an excessive amount
  • stevmackey 2012/08/16 16:23:06
    I believe in the Second Amendment. There is one problem. Unless you are law enforcement, or a shooing or hunting organization, you will never use that much. It can go bad in storage. Stale ammo is dangerous. Also it would catch the cooks that have been killing innocent people. So although California has the weirdest gun laws, I believe this would help them.
  • Juan O'Mara 2012/08/16 16:16:17
    Juan O'Mara
    lol thats funny just means you take a little bit long and purchase small amounts over a period of time before you go "Aurora up" on a place.
  • BrianD3 Juan O'... 2012/08/16 16:34:23
    or you just buy a bunch online since out of state online vendors wont be subject to the local reporting requirement

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