Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), are proposing a new law to ban internet ammo a sales.
The gist of it is the bill would prohibit ammunition sales from anyone but licensed firearms dealers and require ammunition buyers to present photo IDs before each purchase, in person, effectively ending the practice of online sales. The proposal would also require dealers to report bulk ammunition purchases of more than 1,000 rounds within 5 business days.
Sounds like it's time to start the write in's. They expect a vote next week, and in the words of the two senators, they believe it has a good chance of passing.
This isn't a sky is falling thread, I don't believe it stands a snowballs chance in... well the midwest this summer
of passing. But it's a good time to remind the politicians who's really in charge and find out how much they value their careers.