I haven’t heard how many rounds exactly that he did shoot, but at some point he would have reached a maximum utility after which it wouldn’t mater whether he had 6000, or 200, or 600,000 rounds of ammunition. Apparently, he only needed 60 to create the carnage that he did, so any law regarding the possession of ammunition would have to set a really low level to be considered efeective. The goal would have to be one round per person to prevent killing more than one other person. It should also be noted that the shooter would not be constrained by legal limits on ammunition possession because he was a criminal, and criminals are, by definition, not bound by laws.
You mean like .... ZERO ?
Which doesn't matter because everyone on FR lost their guns while out deer hunting in their bass boats. A gator jumped into my boat, turning it on it's side. All my 'guns' sunk to the bottom.
I was able to swim to shore, pulling the boat behind me by it's anchor line. I saved the boat but I ain't gonna go swimming after the guns.
I haven’t read the number of rounds fired either, that info may not have been released. The rifle jammed and there were rounds left in the 100 round drum mag, he then fired pistol rounds. It’s probably safe to say he didn’t shoot too many more rounds than a hundred, if that.
The hype about him buying 6000 rounds is just that, hype, plus it was legal and those rounds could have been bought at a retail outlet or at a gun show.