More good news from Cali – could the tide be turning?

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  • October 19, 2013 at 7:39 pm #600146 Back to Top REPORT

    Age: 63
    Joined: 9/9/2004

    …That might be a good idea but a better one is stock up on led free because when it hits your state the price is going to go crazy lol. at least thats how it is here led free or green bullets as they call them are way more $$$

    The EPA is being sued by the Center for Biological Diversity to ban lead in all bullets as a toxic substance. The EPA isn’t fighting the suit. Every sportsman/hunter should be concerned and urge support for the Hunting, Fishing and Recreational Shooting Protection Act (S.1505).

    Before Obama was even elected, there was conjecture that one of the ways he would attempt to make ammo inaccessible would be to ban lead due to toxicity. This is one more reason that NO government agency ought to have ANY ability to essentially legislate people through rules, bypassing the legislative process granted in the COTUS. The EPA and other similar agencies that have the ability to create their own laws/rules ought to be banned for reasons of unconstitutionality, IMO.{#emotions_dlg.mathews_brick_wall}

    I can remember reading an article stating that foreign business people laughed like mad when the U.S. congress passed a bill stating the regulations enacted by the EPA had “the force of law”! Of course, congress passed the bill because it didn’t require them to vote on so many of these regulations that would prove immensely unpopular with so much of the populace. Sort of an “Incumbency Protection Act”.

    It's not how far you shoot, but how close you get.
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