Hey, I heard that a cheap case of 100 shotgun shells at Wal-mart has a lot of explosive powder in it...
posted on 04/25/2013 6:15:43 AM PDT
And it already comes with the “bb’s” needed for shrapnel
"Hey, I heard that a cheap case of 100 shotgun shells at Wal-mart has a lot of explosive powder in it..."
Far less than 100 of them would have more than enough powder to do something terrible, and it's a particularly fast-burning gunpowder. It will fire sloppy pellets or junk with terrible aerodynamics well beyond the speed of sound. The bill mentioned in the posted article would be the bulk of legislation and biggest step for requiring every one of the classiest hunters to be, in essence, registered and monitored.
So, Elmer Fudd, somewhere out there, are you paying attention?
The bill would also be yet another end to hunting and other firearms sports. Tourist areas would cease to be tourist areas, and revenues would further cease to local governments those areas. It would make the recent closings of government lands to public access look unimportant.
Rural areas are already being abandoned. County and small town regulatory offices would be closed. Old refrigerators would reappear in front yards. Public schools would close. Local social services offices would close. For lack of funds for professionals, "Andy and Barney" would again take their places in rural law enforcement.
posted on 04/25/2013 10:09:29 AM PDT
(We Baby Boomers are croaking in an avalanche of rotten politics smelled around the planet.)
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