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One northern Warren County resident found out recently the government is paying attention to such ammunition sales.
West said a customer of his recently stocked up on .223-caliber rounds, a caliber often used in assault-style weapons. The customer bought 1,000 rounds a few months ago through a mail order company.
Shortly after the purchase, he received a visit from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, whose interest was apparently piqued by a large-scale purchase of that caliber.
"His wife was home. He was at church," West said.
I am sure that it would raise a few eyebrows and concerns if someone were to go stock up on a truck load of fertilizer and does not own a farm or sell to farmers or ranch owners.
It shouldnt be any big deal..unless your doing something that gives them reason to hound you in the first place.
Originally posted by Redpillblues
1000 rounds..well lets break it down..
20 rounds mags. 50mags =1000 rounds..
on any day an avid shooter could blow out 5 mags an hour easy..shoot 5 hours saturday 5 hours sunday..Thats an easy 1000 rounds..
5-20 rd mags an hour is a very conservitive number also..