Feds Attack 2nd Amendment on the Ammunition Front

Jan Morgan

About the author: Jan is a nationally recognized 2nd Amendment Advocate/Speaker/ NRA Certified Firearms Instructor/ Associated Press Award winning investigative journalist/ Owner/Editor JanMorganMedia.com, Sr. Editor/Patriot Update/ Independent Constitutional Conservative. She is closely aligned with the Republican/ ... [read 's FULL BIO]

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Barack Obama’s anti-gun allies in Congress are moving right now to effectively OUTLAW your freedom to purchase ammunition online.

The “Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015” was just introduced last week and it already has 30 cosponsors.

This crippling new law would:
1) FORCE you to submit a photo ID in-person every time you purchase any ammunition;
2) REPORT you to Obama’s anti-gun U.S. Attorney General if you purchase more than 1,000 rounds within a five day period;
3) REGISTER ammunition buyers like you in a database maintained by Obama’s bureaucrats at the Department of Justice.

According to the bill’s chief sponsor, this new law would give the Obama administration the power to “monitor” law-abiding gun owners and “flag them for law enforcement.”
The two main sponsors of this bill are both Democratic Representatives Frank Pallone Jr. and Donald Payne Jr. from New Jersey.

We need to put this fire out NOW. And I need YOUR help to do it.

Please… Call the Capitol Hill switchboard at (202) 224-3121, ask to speak with your U.S. Representative.
Tell him or her that you are flat-out OPPOSED to this sweeping attack on your online ammo purchases – and that you expect him or her to fight back and kill this bill.

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  • jlh243_1

    This has to be stopped, ASAP. And every traitor who signed onto it must be recalled and removed from office. America can not stand for long with traitors like these in power, working from within to destroy us. We must start taking a stand!

  • lakefire

    This gets so old, Obama thinks it’s his mission in life to get involved in something he knows so little about, like Obama care all he can do is screw up something that is not broke. OK GOP time to work for your money and votes, you made good progress last time now show us we did not waste our time and money.

  • Luke

    Learn to “roll your own”. Except for 0.22 long rifle I haven’t purchased loaded ammunition in years. One the other hand, I have no idea how much scrap lead, linotype, once-fired cases, etc, ect. I have purchased (and neither does anyone else).

    • Gouchybear

      Same here, Luke. I’ll just say it’s countless what I’ve reloaded in the past 6 years…

      • Knightowl

        Problem is “roll your own” stuff is getting hard to find too!

        • Luke

          Sometimes you have to be inventive. Primers are pretty widely available. Once fired brass is pretty easy to find for popular calibers. You can convert a lot of stuff. 0.223 or 5.56 can be remade into 300 ACC Blackout for example. If you really want to push the envelope, I know for a fact that a 1911 pistol will run on fffg black powder (though clean up is a little demanding).

          • Knightowl

            Point taken. I guess you have to know where to look. ; )

    • Corelogik

      THe issue is, if they get this bill passed, then the “roll your own” people are next. “Why do you need to stockpile so much powder? It could be used to make explosives,…” They will never stop unless everyone joins in to send them an emphatic no! everytime.

  • M&P Slinger

    Democrats, Democrats, Democrats. All 30 of the cosponsors are Democrats. (No surprise) Why do Democrats hate freedom so much?

  • Sarg

    I think a big part of the problem is so few people in congress have served in the
    military or are hunters, or maybe they are afraid of guns or us that own guns.
    From now on I will only vote for ex military or those known to be pro gun.

  • Robert Moulds

    While assault rifles use shorter cartridges than their battle rifle counterparts therefor limiting their range. So it more cleave departure from the cosmetic assault law of 1994 it is still ineffective and unfair to shooters and gun collectors. It is ineffective because of reloading the cartridges and unfair because sporting semiautos like model 66 22 caliber nylon gun are effective. The easiest and pleasant way to introduce anyone to guns apart from airguns.

  • daddyhawg

    Just a few more reasons to take up reloading……..

  • Jason

    Why don’t we ban pharmacuetical anti-depressants since they are the common denominator in every equation surrounding mass shootings? This fact sticks out like a sore thumb and yet the media, nor government, will touch this topic. It’s not about safety, because if it was, this issue would be being tackled right now. It’s about attempting to disarm everyday Americans before the economy falls out from beneath us and civil unrest develops. Legalize marijuana and get these people off these prescription chemical concoctions and we might see some decline in the amount of people tipping over the edge.