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No, in some states they register guns, (sometimes illegally) but in most states you do not have to register your firearm.
Isnt it the law that in order to own a firearm, you have to register as the owner of that weapon? If so, is it not logical to ensure that only registered users can purchase ammuntion?
Originally posted by vor78
reply to post by jaynkeel
Its probably not Walmart's fault in this instance. They're likely just following your state's laws. My suggestion would be to move to a state that's more friendly to your 2nd amendment rights. My state has no registration requirements and I've never had a problem buying ammunition at Walmart. They usually don't even ask for ID, and even then, its only for age verification.
Originally posted by DC434L2A
On the way home this morning I stopped in wally world just 'cause this thread. Purchased a box of .40 s&w, a box of .45 acp, and some .380 for the ppks. Then I asked the young lady if she needed to see my I'D. Her reply was " only if your writting a check, but I'll take your phone number!"
Proving that this is a local issue for Walmart, that dosent effect north west GA, and that my Walmart is staffed with shameless hussies.
One of which has my phone number...