posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 03:23 PM
The only part in that whole mess that would make any sense at all, and I still call it a violation of my rights as affirmed under DC vs. Heller, is
the required photo ID for purchase. Ephedrine sales through online outlets are an excellent example of how this is already done and minimal for being
an obstruction. If ID is the point, then obstructions being minimal should be the goal. Ephedrine requires a photo-copy of your drivers license sent
with a hard copy order form for the products being ordered. My mail or Internet? THAT sounds reasonable.
The rest? Well, the 1,000 round limit is totally absurd and so is the license to SELL ammunition. I got over 10,000 rounds of various calibers in
factory produced ammunition alone as part of my late Father's estate. Under this, I couldn't sell it? Oh that's a crock. 1,000 rounds? I've
literally fired more than that in just screwing around on the range for a single weapon, on a single visit. 8 hours of defensive pistol training,
where most was spent talking and lecture, still expended 500 rounds for the day. The limits are being picked by people who have NO CLUE what the
shooting sports are about or how real people actually pursue their sport.
Washington can get their own house in order before dictating to me how I can or cannot defend mine and what I am permitted to own or use to achieve