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    Quote Originally Posted by rifleshooter474 View Post
    Maybe the ATF understand how really stupid, the ban they were thinking about really was. But I still don't trust the ATF and still think we will see some type of ban on Ammo. both 5.56x45 and 7.62x39 and who really knows what else.
    I know before the next election, we will see some major firearm control. Trust me it's going to happen.
    That's when the next American Revolution begins... (Openly, I might add).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdprof View Post
    Key words - "...for now".

    Be ready for the next assault. You know it's coming.
    Probably my AK ammo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Beat you to it in post #2.
    Thanks for posting that. I feel less at ease after reading it though. It looks more like they feel that they didn't properly sell thier proposal rather than admiting it was a bad idea. My interpretation is that they mis calculated how fired up "sportsmen" would get about this and want to let things cool off before they try a second push, but with more save the cops propaganda. That way they can build a fear in the public that this "odd" ammunition is somehow posing a clear and present danger to the public at large.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HootenArmory View Post
    Thanks for posting that. I feel less at ease after reading it though. It looks more like they feel that they didn't properly sell thier proposal rather than admiting it was a bad idea. My interpretation is that they mis calculated how fired up "sportsmen" would get about this and want to let things cool off before they try a second push, but with more save the cops propaganda. That way they can build a fear in the public that this "odd" ammunition is somehow posing a clear and present danger to the public at large.
    That is why you always have to look at what the press and the gov't say with a squint and a magnifying glass. The devil is in the fine print or gov't double talk.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by HootenArmory View Post
    Thanks for posting that. I feel less at ease after reading it though. It looks more like they feel that they didn't properly sell thier proposal rather than admiting it was a bad idea. My interpretation is that they mis calculated how fired up "sportsmen" would get about this and want to let things cool off before they try a second push, but with more save the cops propaganda. That way they can build a fear in the public that this "odd" ammunition is somehow posing a clear and present danger to the public at large.
    If the ATF still had the support of a gun-grabbing Democrat controlled Congress, I doubt the ATF would have paid any attention to the public comments and the ban would have went into affect.
    Anyone who says, "I support the 2nd amendment, BUT"... doesn't. Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman.

  8. Palmetto State Armory has this ammo on sale for around .59 cent per round.

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    This just in, seems the ATF just realized that body armor will not stop ANY high powered rifle ammo.
    The Captain's Journal ATF Wants To Go After All 5.56 mm Ammunition, Not Just Green Tip
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    Soft body armor won't stop any high powered rifle rounds.....or the tiny...not so high powered 5.56.

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