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Biden Admin making life hard for gun owners


The Truth About GunsApparently not content with its efforts so far to make gun ownership more difficult and expensive for America’s 100 million firearm owners, a source tells TTAG that the Biden administration is taking steps to reduce the availability of .223/5.56 ammunition available to the average shooter.

A person with knowledge of the situation tells us that, more than just “considering” the move, Winchester, which operates the US Army’s Lake City ammunition plant, has been informed that it may no longer sell M855 and SS109 ammunition produced in excess of the military’s needs on the civilian market.

Behind the BlackThe Biden administration has increased its forced closures of legal gun stores by more than 500%, often revoking licenses for minor reasons such as typos.

Gateway PunditA group of Democrats, led by Virginia Congressman Don Breyer, are backing a proposed 1000% tax on assault weapons.

Breyer pointed to the recent mass shootings in Buffalo, Uvalde, and Tulsa while introducing the Assault Weapons Excise Act to the United States House of Representatives.

Breyer then took to Twitter to express his views and purpose for the outrageous tax proposal. He noted, “Right after he turned 18, the Uvalde shooter bought an AR-15 model rifle for $1,870. A week later he killed 19 children and 2 teachers. Under my legislation had that gun would cost $18,700, obviously making it significantly harder to acquire.”

On top of recently passed red flag laws and other proposed assault weapons bans.

This entry was published Tue Jul 26 23:43:57 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-07-26 23:43:57.0. [Tweet]

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