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In states around the country, there’s a growing movement to address and resist two of the most abused parts of the Constitution – the Commerce Clause and the 2nd Amendment. Already being considered in a number of state legislatures, and passed as law in Montana and Tennessee this year, the Firearms Freedom Act (FFA) is a state law that seeks to do just that.
The latest to join the FFA movement? Kentucky. Pre-filed for the 2010 legislative session, HB87 seeks to “Create new sections of KRS Chapter 237, relating to firearms, firearm accessories and ammunition that are made in Kentucky,
Originally posted by Doc Holiday
I'm not sure how this would work in MO.
Most of the ammo manufacturers here are federal ammo makers not state, so its sounds good but not sure how that could be played , and us as citizens or states to be able to keep clear from being rationed, raw materials and such....
And as far as firearms, I do not know if the laws could be put in place correctly to keep ammo and firearms from being combined or exploited..
Fiochi is a local CO. here and the restictions on guns in the area is rather strict, but they also need and have to test the ammo "in controlled situations"
So it ends up being kinda like the "egg & chicken" game.
For now I'm happy just being able to work on guns, and buy ammo as a citizen, as long as that doesn't change I don't see a reason to, stirr dried poo....it is just going to stink!