Government’s Goal : Eliminate Ammunition

I wonder if Numb Nuts thinks “Ben Dover” is two words, or one? Dick

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This is directly from Ben Dover…..

http://freepatriot.org/2013/11/05/governments-goal-eliminate-ammunition-supplies/

Government’s Goal: Eliminate Ammunition Supplies

Posted by: Allison Martinez Posted date: November 05, 2013 In: Gun Control, News, Videos

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There can be no doubt. It is the explicit policy object of the Obama Administration to shut off ammunition supplies in the United States. This becomes clear when one looks at the policies from the Environmental Protection Agency and Executive Orders in their totality. The attack is a three-pronged one: 1) Drying up the market by hoarding billions of rounds 2) Environmental regulation to ban the use and manufacture of lead 3) Shutting down the market with background checks, registration, and banning of online sales 4) shutting down the import market

1. The hording issue of the federal government is well-known. For those who were not paying attention in the last year, this video clip, tyrannical Apprehensions, starting at the 1:18 mark should capture the general highlights of the ammunition hording.

2. Earlier, Free Patriot reported on the use of Environmental Protection Agency’s regulations on lead will shut down the last remaining lead bullion producer. That story was about Doe Run, the last lead smelter that can produce lead bullion for ammunition. Located in Herculaneum, MO, it will be shutting down operations this December due to significantly more stringent air quality requirements regarding lead emissions. The company had originally planned to build a new facility that used cleaner technology. However, they decided it was just too risky given the current regulatory climate.

This has left the United States with minor supplies of recycled lead for ammunition.

3. Regulations by Health and Human Services made changes to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) to enable states to report data to the federal data base. This move makes it more difficult for Americans to obtain ammunition. As that regulation states,

Today, as part of President Obama’s common sense plan to reduce gun violence, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius initiated a rulemaking process to remove unnecessary legal barriers under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule that may prevent states from reporting to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which is the database that houses information on individuals prohibited by law from possessing firearms. This is one of the 23 executive actions the President announced in the wake of the Newtown tragedy to protect our children and our communities from gun violence.

4. It appears that the Obama Administration banned the import of ammunition by executive order. As the Examiner reported

“The Importation of Defense Articles and Defense Services — U.S. Munitions Import List references executive orders, amends ATF regulations and clarifies Attorney General authority “to designate defense articles and defense services as part of the statutory USML for purposes of permanent import controls,” among other clauses specified in heavy legalese requiring commensurate analysis to identify just what the administration’s intentions are. Among the speculations of what this could enable are concerns that importing and International Traffic in Arms Regulations [ITAR] may go forward to reflect key elements within the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.”

Essentially, ammunition supplies are about to dry up. So, while you may have your gun, your ability to use it will be limited to your supply of available ammunition. With limited domestic sources of lead, there will be a limited ability to obtain ammunition. The cost of ammunition will certainly increase. Further, with imports blocked and background checks tightened, the opportunities to obtain ammunition will be even more restricted and there will be higher cost in selling ammunition. One will have to be a very wealthy person to afford ammunition. This is economic gun control, aimed at keeping ammunition out of the hands of the everyday Americans.

It might not be a bad idea to stock up on ammunition, if you haven’t already. Reloading equipment and supplies might be an additional area to consider buying. Ammunition is about to become quite limited in supply.

The overall strategy is detailed in the video below

H/t Shtfplan.com

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Allison Martinez

Allison Martinez writes as the “Arctic Conservative” lives in northern Alaska. An economist by training, AC lives as an economic refugee on the edge of the country.

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  • earnest.roberts

This is no less than an act of war against “we the people” from our own government! The time to act is long since past.. time for action for Patriots.. be prepared.. we are on call. There is no shortage of intestinal fortitude in America.. there is no shortage of weapons in America.. there is shortage of ammo in America.. however, I will no longer be willing to fire a “warning shot” as the price of ammo is too high.

  • Rev T J Carter

Time to come up with a new type of ammo that uses something else besides lead or challenge these acts in court, or as a last act of desperation civil war. It has come to that point.

  • melinda mason

I routinely comb areas around where I live, for spent ammo. As of last Spring, I can hardly find even a spent shot gun shell. Even when I sneak up on the cop’s shooting range, there is nothing there. Since last Spring I maybe have picked up a total of 3 pounds in spent shells

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