Saturday, December 3, 2016

NSSF Fights Impossible Law

"Microstamping" shells is impossible. At least, so far. There is no technology yet to do it, effectively. You can "get around it" with a nail file. But California requires it, by law, in order to sell ammunition in their state. They know it's impossible. I know it's impossible, and YOU know it's impossible. But California still insists on "enforcing" an unenforceable law. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturing Institute (puff, puff!) (SAAMI) have a suit running to ban enforcement of this short-sighted and impossible to enforce law, which was "thrown out of court" some time ago, But it has now been reinstated, to the consternation of California "authorities." Apparently, they want to continue to be able to harass and impede ammunition sellers in their state. But they've lost--so far, and ammunition makers are going to make the most of it. (The Gun Writer)

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