A $50 permit? To buy ammo?!

Discussion in 'Politics Of Hunting And Guns (NOT General Politics' started by barnesuser28, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. barnesuser28

    barnesuser28 Well-Known Member

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  2. CB11WYO

    CB11WYO Well-Known Member

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    Wow that sure does make for some pricey ammo don't it!? Ridiculous, makes it look like they're just after our money (go figure). I feel for all you CA shooters...
     

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    mtnwrunner Well-Known Member

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    And the hits just keep on coming.......................
    I still cannot believe that these idiots can keep doing this kind of crap. It just plain pisses me off.

    Randy
     
  4. SidecarFlip

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    I stated previously and will state again that nothing has changed politically. The 'BHO' (I like that term btw) is still on a mission of disarming citizens, just a bit more covertly. Let the states (in this case California, Pelosi and company) subvert the Constitution and eliminate through legislation, the right to bear arms (or fill those arms with ammunition).

    Let the UN impose their brand of gun control on the United States with the UN Arms Treaty. The BHO steps aside and lets others do the dirty work, he saves face but accomplishes his goal.

    IMO, the UN should be evicted from US Soil.

    California needs to fall into the ocean. Preferrably when their legislators are in full session.

    I haven't seen any 22's for sale for months anyway. Do they exist anymore??
     
  5. J E Custom

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    Every hunter/sportsman should stop buying ammo in California and buy it in other surrounding states
    so they wont even get the tax revenue from ammo and that goes for all sporting goods.

    At some point the public just has to say No. Some businesses are already moving out of the states
    that do this crap and hunters are not spending there time and money in them ether.

    I know lots of hunters that are never going back to hunt Colorado and even though it doesn't seem like
    it would impact the state for one individual it stop think about thousands.

    In Texas we still have dry county's that cant sell liquor, So everyone goes to the next county
    and stocks up (That county gets the tax and business get the profit and the state still get there
    taxes) so the one that looses is the county that has the stupid law.

    J E CUSTOM
     
  6. jkupper

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    I would not expect anything less from Commiefornia. WTF!!!
     
  7. geargrinder

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    By the number of California license plates at the Reno Cabelas, you'd think it was in California.

    They come over the border and clean the place out every weekend.
     
  8. varmintH8R

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    California should tax "retartedness" and then they could pay off their giant public debt and balance their budget all in one year. Of course, their legislators would be the ones most impacted so I doubt they would ever vote it in...

    I'm so f'n tired of all the end-arounds on gun control. Can't get an outright ban? Lets try "assault weapons"! Can't get that through congress? Lets go to the states! Unconstitutional?? Lets just tax the crap out of it! People buying out of state? Lets ban lead! Invent a computer gun that determines if your intentions are just before firing! (Howard Dean Style) aghhghghghg!!

    Go arrest criminals, a-hole activists
     
  9. iowa whitetail

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    The scary thing is the libs are spreading out of that state like cancer. They have totally screwed that state and going to move on to others. Pretty sad
     
  10. SidecarFlip

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    Just more condensed on the West and East Coasts. Interior people are more conservative.
     
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    Illinois is just as bad. Had a friend who does a lot of clays shooting live there for a bit and he went to go buy some shotgun shells for a Sporting Clays tournament up in the Twin Cities and they told him you needed a FOID card to buy. What a joke.
     
  12. SidecarFlip

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    At least law abiding firearm owners (with the legal backing of the NRA) are making serious progress in overturning draconian laws in Illinois, I will say that.

    California is another story. I see Janet Napolitano is resigning as a failed politician and going to California as head of the California Universities something or other.

    Janet's plank was to right the immigration morass and all she did was make it worse.

    Politicians, like Obama are all hot air. In fact, Obama should harness his hot air to energize wind turbines......:D