[QUOTE=Jetryder223;96295]I was at our local Walmart and they were completely OUT of all the popular calibers.
No .22, .223, 38, 357, 9mm, 30-30, 303, 308, 30-06, 45.
I’ve been following this fairly close. My crystal ball is saying AR-15’s & such will no longer be available. Buy one now if you have ever wanted one. 10 round mags will be the rule of the land, Eventually, ALL semi autos with a detachable mag will be unavailable for purchase. Existing “banned” guns can be retained but sale or transfers will be prohibited. If you have one you will have it for life. If registration becomes law, consider, registering it in a young family members name so it can be retained for at least 1 more generation.
Regarding ammo, there is panic buying right now. The manufacturers will catch up to demand later this year so don’t get sucked into spending too much on that. If you are a regular shooter - now might be a good time to get into reloading.
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If you read through fineswine’s bill, it says no private sales. Any grand fathered weapon you will still be able to sell. However it will just be treated as a class III weapon basically. The idiot fineswine is only really asking them to stop making or importing what she considers assualt weapons. I agree the mags will be a thing of the past though, and the rest of her bill will be a very heated battle. Let us hope she does not get her way.
I encourage everyone that feels the same way as me to write your senators and congressmen. Donate as much as you possible can to the NRA, That is the only prayer any of us have of telling fineswine to eff off!!!