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I don’t think it’s going to work

Carolyn McCarthy (D-ranged) wants to ban online ammo sales. That’s not gonna happen. I buy ammo on line almost exclusively.

Also, since the shooting, gun sales in Colorado are up 41%. I’m guessing they’ll need ammo and they can get it online.

7 Responses to “I don’t think it’s going to work”

  1. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Sorry Mrs. McCarthy’s Husband was killed by that Nutjob years ago. But if she really wanted to do some something useful, she’d have spent her Political Career fight FOR the 2A, so that the Serfs who live in NYC could exercise their RKBA.

  2. Divemedic Says:

    If online ammo sales were eliminated, I could still get all I want at the gun show, but I would have to buy more each time, to get me through the 2 month period between shows, plus ammo would be more expensive.
    I might have to start reloading if that happened.

  3. The real Mr. O Says:

    Is this logic-challenged woman bonking Bill O’Reilly? Competing with Sarah Brady for his affections?

    His melt-down when “interviewing” Rep. Jason Chaffetz last night illustrated once again his open fascism re: guns, ammo and our Second Amendment rights.

    He didn’t have one single talking point that was factual…’twas all agitprop.

    Watch the video for his shouting, finger-pointing rant.

  4. Crotalus Says:

    Yeah, Bill is definitely anti-gun, and dismissive to those who believe that the 2A means what it says.

  5. rickn8or Says:

    Guys, I’ll bet your UPS and FedEx drivers wish online ammo sales were outlawed too.

  6. Chas Says:

    Yeah, I’m going to find .38 S&W ammo at my local gun store or Walmart. Couldn’t even find it online for months.
    Next, she’ll want to ban ammo sales at gun shows. McCarthy is as useful as a douchebag without a nozzle.

  7. Rob Crawford Says:

    “Guys, Iíll bet your UPS and FedEx drivers wish online ammo sales were outlawed too.”

    They have carts on their trucks, and ammo’s not anywhere near the heaviest things they deliver. Those tool trucks that drive to auto shops selling tool boxes and professional grade wrenches and the like? They get their stock via UPS.