Stuff We Already Knew

From Ammo.com I get an email which serves to remind us of one of the consequences of a Biden presidency:

According to Joe Biden’s own website, he plans to put [Ammo.com] out of business:

End the online sale of firearms and ammunition.  Biden will enact legislation to prohibit all online sales of firearms, ammunition, kits, and gun parts.” We’re not telling you who you should vote for, but we do want to inform you of Joe Biden and the Democratic Party’s current position on these Second Amendment issues from the candidate who proudly proclaims:

“In 1994, Biden – along with Senator Dianne Feinstein – secured the passage of 10-year bans on “assault weapons” and high-capacity magazines.  As president, Joe Biden will defeat the NRA again.” 

Like the title of this post says, we all know what these pricks want to do to the Second Amendment:  gut it and do everything they can to make it irrelevant.  (They can’t repeal it, but they can emasculate it with regulation after regulation to render its freedoms moot.)

What saddens me the most — just a little — is that all this new buying of guns by our citizens has drained the shelves and pipeline of ammo and related supplies to the point where National Ammo Day (Nov 19th, mark yer calendars) is going to be really difficult to observe.  (Reminder:  500 rounds or more of rimfire, or 100 rounds or more of centerfire, or reloading supplies sufficient for 500 or more rounds, all to be purchased or ordered on that date.)

It makes me think of this conundrum:

7 comments

  1. The ban on online ammo sales is just one aspect of the plan cooked up by other people and slapped on his website. One of the big ones is the elimination of liability protection for firearms manufacturers. While an actual ban on many firearms would face court challenges, it will be easy for anti-2A groups to bleed companies dry with endless lawsuits and see all of them go the way of Remington. Pretty soon it just won’t be worth it to be in the business and investors will go elsewhere.

    I keep telling people. What you have at the end of this year might be all you are going to have for a long, long time so you better spend accordingly.

  2. Tying in with your second post –

    “Amy Coney Barrett: Gun Rights Too Important to Be Taken Lightly”

    I think we’re all getting tired of having our tax money used against us. Supreme Court cases are useful in that they can settle things, except when the worthless Leftist bastards in positions of power re-jiggle the legal language and try again. And again. And again…..largely because there’s no suitable enforcement mechanism to ensure Supreme Court decisions are honored.

    There will come a point, and we’re probably approaching it, certainly closer than any other time since the 1850s, where “some may express a certain dissatisfaction with events” in novel and interesting ways.

    Kurt Schlicter has 4 fiction books out; I’ve read all four, and at the time I thought they were merely creative fictional writing. I’m beginning to consider them a potentially workable plan for the future. Except even then, there will have to be enforcement of the dividing line because the fucking commies will still want it all.

  3. This is why I’m becoming convinced there should be a written examination to vote, a harder one to run for office.

    It is ALREADY illegal to sell modern firearms by mail, and has been so for 52 years. Interstate transfers must go through a Federally licensed dealer.

    Ammo? That was tried from 1968-1986. All it did was to encourage people to get kitchen table FFLs.

    Just another proof that Biden should be a candidate for a mental hospital, not the Presidency.

      1. This works better because the problem isn’t dementia, it’s evil. Witness Bloomberg who doesn’t have the mental problem but probably was the one who concocted this.

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