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ATF backs down over common AR-15 ammo ban

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  • ATF backs down over common AR-15 ammo ban

    http://controversialtimes.com/issues...blic-response/

    If you’re a gun owner, you’ve probably heard about the ATF’s proposed ban on the popular M855 5.56 round, which is popular among AR-15 shooters. The ATF was considering banning the ammo and reclassifying it as “armor piercing”.

    Well, the public bombarded the agency with numerous emails, faxes, and letters during the public comment period and apparently those communications had an impact.



    Read more: http://controversialtimes.com/issues...#ixzz3U6UEqbQA

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    Yes, but they said it is on hold for now... Still a win!
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    • #3
      So it's now "Sure you can own guns since the constitution says you can, but it doesn't say we can't ban bullets!"

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sparko View Post
        So it's now "Sure you can own guns since the constitution says you can, but it doesn't say we can't ban bullets!"
        IIRC back during the Carter Administration that the government put out "feelers" checking to see if a bullet ban would fly.

        I'm always still in trouble again

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
          IIRC back during the Carter Administration that the government put out "feelers" checking to see if a bullet ban would fly.
          dumbocrats.

          Since a gun without bullets is useless as a firearm, it would render the constitutional right to bear arms useless, therefore it would be illegal. Like selling a car without wheels.

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