pjames777 wrote: »
I can see gun shows losing venders because ammo sales will be such a hassle. Total bulls...
horselips wrote: »
...but of producers. The corporations and professionals that provide society with all the goods and services it requires should be ready, willing and able to shut down the whole country whenever government interferes too far. The feds, states and cities should be forced to tread very, very lightly when contemplating any law or regulation affecting the ways, means or costs of doing business.
zorba wrote: »
Its all in Ayn Rand...
tennmike wrote: »
Such a thing could be easily handled by the ammo manufacturers. All they'd have to do is refuse to ship ANY ammo to ANYONE in California, to include all local and state police. That would include ALL retail and wholesale ammunition suppliers in the state. Wanna make a pig squeal? Get them in the squeeze chute and apply an electric cattle prod to their butts.
Armoredman wrote: »
And as soon as that happened a foreign supplier would let them know that they would be more than happy to ship directly to San Fran and LA ports, destined for police, sheriff and thug armies. Not saying it's a bad idea at all, we should anyway, but it would be largely symbolic.
Make_My_Day wrote: »
I can't say for sure, but foreign sources may not be able to fill the quality requirements of a lot of the police and sheriff departments.