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    arsenal

    Once upon a time a neighbor told me that if you have x number of rounds stored at home you supposedly have an "arsenal" and are supposed to register that with the local PD. I have not been able to substantiate that claim in any form or fashion, does anybody know for sure?

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    One man's arsenal is another man's 'just getting started'. I love the stories where the MSM say a person had 2-3 weapons and a few hundred rounds and they call it a cache or arsenal. I think: "Beginner"...
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    A few hundred rounds?! Somebody needs to fire up the reloading press because you're just about out!

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    Chuckle, nobody said this made any sense, I just want to know if it's true. Most gun laws don't really make much sense anyway.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by jlperryusa View Post
    A few hundred rounds?! Somebody needs to fire up the reloading press because you're just about out!
    Funny, but before I got into sport shooting, I would scratch my head at needing that much ammo. Even practicing at the range for self-defense purposes I'd normally only use 50-100 rounds. This afternoon I went through 250 in nothing flat at a sporting event, and easily could have expended 350 if I'd participated in everything available!

    I've only got a couple hundred rounds left, time to stock up again! :-)

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    Here's a story about someone with 30,000 rounds. Yeah, that's a comma, not a decimal point.

    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/gener...00-rounds.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by billv View Post
    Here's a story about someone with 30,000 rounds. Yeah, that's a comma, not a decimal point.

    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/gener...00-rounds.html
    Too much ammo for what?? To carry in your pockets?
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    must not be in texas

    hehe.

    I burn that much on a weekend at the range.

    But on the serious side. There is not statute that I know of in Texas that limit the amount of ammunition a civilian can store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg1967 View Post
    Once upon a time a neighbor told me that if you have x number of rounds stored at home you supposedly have an "arsenal" and are supposed to register that with the local PD. I have not been able to substantiate that claim in any form or fashion, does anybody know for sure?
    We called people like your nextdoor neighbor "Barracks Lawyers" when I was still in uniform. Nobody paid any attention to them because they were full of Toro Poopoo!
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    I'm just impressed that a lot of you have that much brass to burn along with the cash. I gotta be doing something wrong

    I do believe that there are reg's concerning storing certain CLASS explosives/ammunition. No sure if it pertains to private ownership or not. Just my two cents.
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